ClimoPlate ™ is a New Zealand manufactured Alkyd / Bitumen co-polymer, solvent / water emulsion based paint developed primarily for New Zealand outdoor conditions. It is specifically but not exclusively formulated to act as a top coat over bitumen based sealers such as our GilsoFlex™ and FlexsoTar™ products. It is ideally suited for painting of exposed metal roofs, cement tile roofs and steel structures. It is compatible and suitable to be used on Decramastic and Butynol roofs and can also be used on other substrates like timber etc.
ClimoPlate ™ Spraying Thinner is intended primarily for thinning ClimoPlate ™ roof paint to a suitable spraying viscosity. The thinner is a blend of Xylene, Hexane, White Spirits and other hydrocarbon solvents. For best results use to a maximum of 8%.
The thinner can also be used for clean-up of spraying equipment etc.
For more detailed information please see our documents below.
- Packaging: Available in 4 Litre, 1 Litre and 0.5 Liter cans
Use: Suitable for use as a thinner for ClimoPlate ™ Roof Top Coat Paint only. It is not compatible with other paint systems
Thinning Ratio: Maximum 8% (Typically 5% should be adequate)
– Contains volatile solvent, keep away from heat and open flame.
– Keep out of reach of children.
– Keep closed when not in use, avoid breathing vapor - ensure good air flow when mixing.
Storage, Handling Safety: Refer to Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS GilsoFlex™ Thinner) also refer to “Health and Safety in the Surface Coating Industry” Brief 3, October 2007 as published by the Department of Labor.
These documents contain important information about:
- Material Safety Data
- General Information
- Safe use
- First Aid
- Clean Up
- Available Packing Sizes
- and more information
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Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS)
“Health and Safety in the Surface Coating Industry” Brief 3, October 2007 as published by the Department of Labour.