Rust-Oleum Thinner 22 is for the dilution of synthetic enamels and varnishes for airless application. Degreasing of metals and most wood types. Cleaning of `spots` of acrylic paints and acrylic fixing paints (e.g. on glass). Best used to dilute the following products: Primer 44 Fassiclor Galvaprim Vernac Gloss Vernac Satin More...
We no longer stock this product, but can recommend Teamac Chlorvar Chlorinated Rubber Paint as a great alternative.
Mathys Fassiclor Swimming Pool Paint
Mathys Fassiclor Swimming Pool Paint is a solvent based, plastified, chlorinated rubber paint for swimming pools, fish ponds and any other areas requiring excellent water and chemical resistance such as industrial bunds, tanks, silos, etc. Mathys Fassiclor Swimming Pool Paint is alkali and acid resistant making it perfect for dealing with chemical and aqueous solutions in areas of constant submersion.
Mathys Fassiclor Swimming Pool Paint is best used to provide a decorative, satin gloss finish to swimming pools and ponds made from concrete. Mathys Fassiclor is UV stable and provides excellent water resistance, making it perfect for indoor and outdoor applications.
Features & Benefits
- Quick drying
- Chemical and water resistant
- Indoor and outdoor use
- Perfect for swimming pools and ponds
|Solids content in volume:||31 %|
|Solids Content in weight:||53 %|
|Drying Times At 20°C/RH 50%|
|Touch Dry:||1,5 hours|
|Dry To Handle:||3 hours|
|Dry To Recoat:||24 hours|
|Fully Cured:||12 days|
2 coats of ± 6 m²/l per coat
Practical coverage depends on many factors such as porosity and roughness of the substrate and material losses during application.
Apply without priming coat on old chlorinated rubber paint (after cleaning) or on a hardened and dry concrete substrate (maximum humidity degree 5%). Attention: since Fassiclor is not a waterproofing product, the concrete substrate must be waterproof!
Directions For Use
To ensure homogeneity, coating materials should be thoroughly stirred prior to use.
Apply in a dry and well-ventilated area.
- Brush: If necessary, dilute slightly with Thinner 22.
- Roller: Apply the first coat with brush by preference, if necessary dilute slightly with Thinner 22
- Airless Spray: Dilute with ± 10 – 20% volume Thinner 22. Nozzle: 018 / Pressure: 200 bars
- Air-Atomised Spray: If necessary, dilute slightly with Thinner 22.
- When using in indoor swimming pools, especially during airless spraying, it is advisable to wear a mask due to limited ventilation.
- Swimming pools and other under water applications have to dry/cure for minimal 14 days before they can be immersed with water. Early contact with water can cause premature fading, chalking and blistering.
- Old coatings: only apply on perfectly sound similar and compatible paints (test in case of doubt).
- Building design of pool must be in accordance with specific construction rules.
- Water chemistry balance must be respected (Ph, water hardness, alkalinity etc).
- Any specific water treatment (salt, ozone, etc.) must be checked to avoid impact on coating system. A swimming pool specialist should be consulted for further information before applying any coating system.
- Single Pack
- Base Type
- Solvent Based
- Key Features
- Alkali and acid resistant. Excellent flow; easy to apply. UV-stable satin gloss finish
- Brush, Roller, Spray
- Dry to Handle (at 20°C)
- 3 hours
- Dry to Recoat (at 20°C)
- 24 hours
- Fully Cured (at 20°C)
- 12 days
- 6m² per litre
- Recommended Thinner/Cleaner
- Thinner 22
- 580 g/l
- Shelf Life (from date of manufacture)
- 5 years from date of production in unopened cans, if stored in dry, well ventilated areas, not in direct sunlight at temperatures between 5° and 35°C.
- Touch Dry
- 1.5 hours
- Recommended Dry Film Thickness
- 50 µm
- Recommended Wet Film Thickness
- 165 µm
|Fiona on 2019-06-21 18:26:53|| |
Can I paint this directly onto cleaned ceramic mosaic tiles?
We would not recommend the Fassiclor if the intention was for it to be used in the swimming pool itself (i.e. submerged in water). If however this is for use on walls, floors, etc. for atmospheric conditions only, then my the ceramic tiles would need to be sanded before applying the paint. Do a trial area to ensure adequate adhesion, appearance and perfomance before carrying out the full area.