pintura alimentaria


by Fakolith Chemical Systems

pintura sanitaria


Anti-humidity hygienic paint, high resistance to dampness and its consequences. Treated with antimicrobial BioFilmStop technology against molds, bacteria and biofilm. Suitable for food industry, healthcare sectors, industry in general and in buildings with moisture and microorganism problems.

Product description

PRODUCT SUMMARY: DISPERLITH INDUSTRY is an hygienic paint treated with BioFilmStop antimicrobial technology (Art 3. BPR) with high resistance to humidity and its consequences: biofilm, bacteria, mould and yeast. Formulated based on modified acrylic copolymers in aqueous dispersion, low VOC, free of ammonia, APEO, formaldehyde, phthalates, BPA, heavy metals, polyhalophenols and polyhalanisoles. Matt finish in interiors and exteriors, excellent coverage, breathability, adherence, low odor, and dry from 5ºC.As a finish for open surfaces, walls and ceilings, in interiors and exteriors. In food industry, healthcare sectors, industry in general, construction and civil works. Available in white, NCS colors. With Declaration of Conformity.

HOW TO APPLY: Compatible with most absorbent mineral surfaces, concrete, properly primed metals, lacquered panels and other dispersion paints and/or previous primers well attached and resistant to cut-cross test Class 0-1 UNE-DIN EN ISO 2409:2007.For the proper application of a product, the state and preparation of the base must be considered. The base must be clean, consolidated and with adequate levels of humidity, for which we have a wide range of cleaners, disinfectants, deoxidizers, primers, water repellents, consolidators, insulating agents, mortars, putties. In case of doubt, consult our technical advice service.

Finish with 2 coats of Disperlith Industry hygienic paint, applied by roller brush or airless. More information in the web section, solutions and application guides of our website.

CONSUMPTION – PERFORMANCE: Depending on the state and type of base, we recommend between 200-333 ml/m², applied in 2 coats, with a total yield between 3 and 5 m²/l.

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