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Puramate

MSDS

 

URETHANE COATINGS PURAMATE is water borne Wet Edge Extender developed for addition to PURATHANE and PURATHANE TWO PACK. Recommended for use when coating in hot conditions, especially large areas where it is difficult to maintain a ‘wet edge’.

 

PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION

Appearance:      Transparent liquid.
Colour:                Water clear.
PH:                        Approximately 7
Specific Gravity @ 25ºC: Approximately 1

 

SUITABLE FOR USE WITH

PURATHANE GLOSS
PURATHANE SATIN
PURATHANE MATT
PURATHANE TWO PACK GLOSS
PURATHANE TWO PACK SATIN
PURATHANE TWO PACK MATT

DIRECTIONS

Recommended for use when coating in hot conditions, especially large areas where it is difficult to maintain a ‘wet edge’.

ADDITION RATE

Initially add 50mls of PURAMATE per Litre of PURATHANE mixing thoroughly. Continue adding PURAMATE in increments of 20mls per Litre of PURATHANE up to 100mls per Litre of PURATHANE as necessary to slow drying, maintain flow, and assist self levelling.

IMPORTANT NOTICE

PURAMAX (anti rejection fluid) is compatible with PURAMATE and accordingly can be added simultaneously into PURATHANE however the addition of one or both should not exceed 100mls per Litre of PURATHANE.

CLEAN UP

Thoroughly wash brush, roller, applicator and equipment with water. Dry all equipment before reusing.

PACKAGING

URETHANE COATINGS PURAMATE is available in 1 Litre plastic bottles.

SHELF LIFE

URETHANE COATINGS PURAMATE is best if used within 24 months from manufacture (refer to batch number on label), when stored in unopened containers under normal conditions of temperature (between 5ºC and 30ºC – DO NOT FREEZE) and humidity. Keep containers closed when not in use.

RESPONSIBLE CARE

URETHANE COATINGS are proud of a conservative tradition of responsible care, and therefore regardless that the VOC levels of PURATHANE are low, it is inappropriate to advise PURATHANE (and all other water borne coatings) is non toxic. Accordingly URETHANE COATINGS recommend that personal protective equipment is used when applying this product.

SAFETY DIRECTIONS

For detailed Health and Safety information refer to the PURAMATE MSDS as it is an integral part of using this product.
PURAMATE is classified as Non-Hazardous however URETHANE COATINGS recommend usage of this material must be in well ventilated conditions to minimise inhalation of vapours. If applying in confined conditions wear respirator with filters that conform to AS 1716. Prevent skin contact by wearing appropriate protective clothing. May irritate skin and eyes. Keep containers firmly closed when not in use. In case of spillage absorb into dry sand or dirt then remove from work area and complete disposal in a responsible manner.

FIRST AID

If affected by inhalation of vapour, remove to fresh air. If breathing difficulty persists or occurs later consult a doctor and have MDSD ready. If swallowed, give water or milk to drink and Do Not induce vomiting. Contact a Doctor or Poisons Information Centre Australia 131126. In case of eye contact, ensuring eyelids are held open, flush immediately with water for fifteen minutes. In case of skin contact, remove contaminated clothing and wash skin with soap and water.

PRODUCT IDENTIFICATION

UN No.: Not Regulated            D.G. Class: Not Applicable       CAS No.: PROPRIETARY
HAZCHEM: Not Applicable     PACK. GRP.: Not Applicable
Correct Shipping Name: Nil as Non-Dangerous Goods
Manufacturers MANCODE: URECOAT

Notice to Reader

URETHANE COATINGS make no representation as to the completeness and accuracy of the information contained in this Technical Data Sheet. It is the user’s obligation to evaluate and use this data, and to comply with all relevant Federal, State and Local Government laws and regulations. URETHANE COATINGS shall not be responsible for loss, damage or injury resulting from reliance upon or failure to adhere to any recommendations contained herein, from abnormal use of the material, or from any hazard inherent in the nature of the material.