Specifications and applications for Chaffwall


Specifications

Order number

Product name

Specifications

Nozzle

Number of packs
in a bag

Water to Chaffwall ratio

A-100

shell White

Flat blown

2.5

10kg

1,200 cc

A-100

Shell white

Roller

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10kg

1,000-1200 cc

C-20

Pale white

Flat blown

2.5

10kg

1,200 cc

C-20

Pale white

Roller

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10kg

1,200 cc

C-40

Pale ivory

Flat blown

2.5

10kg

1,600 cc

C-40

Pale ivory

Roller

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10kg

1,600 cc

B-20

Shell cream

Flat blown

2.5

10kg

1,300 cc

B-40

Shell ivory

Flat blown

2.5

10kg

1,500 cc

B-60

Shell camel

Flat blown

2.5

10kg

1,700 cc

B-80

Shell brown

Flat blown

2.5

8kg

2,200 cc

B-100

Chaff brown

Flat blown

3.5

8kg

2,600 cc

A-100

Shell white embossing

Flat blown

2.5

10kg

1,200 cc

A-100

Shell white embossing

Embossed blown

3.5

10kg

800 cc


Combinations of colors (A pale color is used for the foundation.)

Order number

Product name

Specifications

Nozzle

Number of packs in a bag

Water to Chaffwall ratio

C-20-B-40

Shell ivory embossing

Flat blown

2.5

10kg

1,200 cc

C-20-B-40

Shell ivory embossing

Embossed blown

2.5

10kg

1,300 cc

C-20-B-60

Shell camel embossing

Flat blown

2.5

10kg

1,200 cc

C-20-B-60

Shell camel embossing

Embossed blown

3.5

10kg

1,500 cc

C-20-B-80

Shell browm embossing

Flat blown

2.5

10kg

1,200 cc

C-20-B-40

Shell embossing

Embossed blown

3.5

10kg

1,800 cc

You can order a color combination other than those above with a special order.
Use the Chiron warm air low-pressure coater SG200 or the PN-5 series spray gun.
The water ratios listed are with respect to 1 kg of Chaffwall. Use these figures only as a guide.
The ratio for embossed blown with respect to the foundation is about 3:2.


Applications for Chaffwall

Pretreatment

1. Masking: Carefully cover windows, baseboards, and floors with a special seal, vinyl, or masking tape.

2. Pre-treating the foundation: Remove dust and other contaminants from the surface. Remove oil contaminants completely to clear the surface. When there is lye, a stain, or an unevenness in the color of the surface, cover it with a sealer or other adjusting agent.

3. Mixing: Add the previously mentioned amount of water to 1 kg of Chaffwall and mix well. Let the mixture sit for about 2 hours. Mix again before use. If you want to use it instantly, filter the mixture with a screen.

Application and necessary tools

Spray the surface

@- Use a compressor with an output of 0.75 kw.

@- A spray pressure of 4 to 5 kg/m2(average).

(1) Natural calcium paint (Use a nozzle with a diameter of 2.5.)

@Flat blown (Spray twice)

@- Required amount 310 g/m2

@- A bag (10 kg) covers an area of 30 to 35 m2.

@Embossed blown (Spray over 2 coats of Flat blown)

@- Required amount 500 g/m2

@- A bag (10 kg) covers an area of 20 m2

i2jNatural silica wall (Use a nozzle with a diameter of 3.5.)

@Flat blown (Spray twice.)

@- Required amount 310 g/m2

Procedures for application

1. Spray the mixture on the surface. Spray evenly over the surface. Do not worry if the foundation is not completely covered.

@When you use a roller, use a brush in corners where a roller does not work well.

2. Wait for the paint to dry (about 2 hours).

3. Spray the surface again. When using a roller, avoid overlaps to apply the mixture evenly.

Note

Once water is added to Chaffwall, use the mixture as soon as possible. Keep the mixture in a cool place. This will allow the mixture to hold for about a week. Treat the mixture like uncooked food.

It takes some time for the mixture to dry because Chaffwall is made from natural materials. A dried surface may not indicate that the inside has dried. Let the surface stand for a day after the mixture is applied.

Use Chaffwall only for the predetermined purposes. An odor peculiar to natural materials will linger for a week or so.

Do not use Chaffwall in areas where water is used.