pintura alimentaria


by Fakolith Chemical Systems

pintura sanitaria


High resistant and water-based epoxy hygienic paint that dries even at low temperatures. Treated with BioFilmStop technology against molds, bacteria and biofilm. Suitable for food industry, health sector, industry in general and where a high performance and low odor paint is required.

Product description

PROPERTIES: DISPERLITH Pox is a two-component, water-based epoxy paint with CE Marking, formulated using special epoxy resins, low emissions and low odour (Low Voc), free of APEO, ammonium, formaldehyde and heavy metals, waterproof highly resistant to abrasion, dampness/humidity and the consequences thereof, for interior use. DISPERLITH Pox forms a well-balanced film of paint, highly resistant to stains, easy to apply, quick drying, low odour and providing an excellent finish, in line with the DIN EN 13300 Standard, wet scrub resistance Class1 and coverage Class 1. Excellent adhesion on all kind of surfaces. Highly resistant to surface carbonation and alkalinity. It could be applied at temperatures as low as 2-3ºC and up to a maximum relative humidity of 75%. Paint resistant to the most disinfectant cleaners according to Tests DIN EN ISO 4628-2: 2004-01 by TÜV SÜD Germany and/or Fakolith R&D+i (For more security, before use, ask your case to our Tech. Department). Available in white. Other colours consult availability and minimum quantity to order.

BIOFILMSTOP SANITARY TECHNOLOGY (Treated Article BPR Art.3): DISPERLITH Pox is an intelligent sanitary paint, treated with BioFilmStop Inhibition, highly resistant to biofilm bacteria and mould, DIN-UNE EN 15457:2008 (Aspergillus, Cladosporium, Penicillium, Algae…), as well as bacteria, ISO 22196:2011 (Escherichia coli, Listeria monocytogenes, Bacillus subtillis, Pseudonomas aeruginosa, Staphylococcus aureus, Salmonella enteritidis, Legionella pneumophila...). The paints of the DISPERLITH range positively contribute to compliance with (EC) 852/2004, are manufactured subject to HACCP and GMP (EC) 2023/2006, also notably improving HACCP, food safety and asepsis for the user company. With Statement of Compliance – Health Register FAKOLITH RGSEAA ES-39.005259/T and ROESP E-0043-E.

RECOMMENDED USE: DISPERLITH Pox is mainly recommended for use on walls, ceilings and skirting boards, and is compatible with most surfaces, duly primed should such be required, lacquer-finish sandwich panels, and to cover well-adhered previous coats of dispersion and/or priming paints. Resistant to cross-cut test Class 0-1 UNE-DIN EN ISO 2409:2007, the excellent qualities of this paint ensure that it functions as a hybrid, between a water-based dispersion and an epoxy paint, with improved physicochemical resistance, particularly in severe industrial, climate or sanitary conditions, for the food industry, health sector, and pharmaceutical or cosmetics industry in general, construction and civil engineering.

HOW TO APPLY: Carefully protect all surfaces that are not to be treated from splashing. Apply DISPERLITH Pox using brushes, rollers or airless spray guns. The surface must be clean, free of hygroscopic salts, microorganisms, etc. and, should such be required, duly primed. Following suitable preparation of the surface, slowly pour component A into component B (never the other way round), mix together gently using an electric mixer, for at least 2 minutes or until the components have blended completely together, and then leave to rest for 1 minute before starting to apply. When mixing always use complete batches of component A and component B, to avoid errors in the mixing ratio. Drying times and the length of time you will have to wait between coats will depend on the actual thickness of each coat, temperature, level of relative humidity and ventilation. However, generally speaking you will not have to wait for more than 1-4 hours before applying a second coat. Clean utensils immediately after use with water. For more information consult the specifications sheet and/or application guidelines.

AVERAGE YIELD: DISPERLITH Pox has a yield of approx. 2-5 m²/l, applied in 2 -4 hands although this can vary considerably, depending on how it is applied and the texture and absorption of the surface.

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