Viela is a lime free acrylic marble based interior coating product that is applied in multiple steps/layers to create an attractive Venetian plaster finish. It is a beautiful, durable, mildew resistant coating, featuring easy cleanup, outstanding coverage, fast drying, non-toxic, and environmentally safe.
Ideal for almost all interior surfaces requiring an attractive durable Venetian plaster finish. Excellent for interior wallboard, plaster, concrete block, cement, brick and wood.
Interior Venetian plaster finish
Multiple coat application
Trowel applied texture
Beauty and durability
Made in USA
Designed for professionals
Application by certified installers
Soap and water cleanup
Excellent color retention
Lead and mercury free
Excellent burnishing features
Remove all loose paint and any crumbly, chalky or glossy material, wash off all dirt, grease, wax, and oil with a household detergent, rinse and allow to dry. Dull glossy surfaces. Any mold or mildew must be removed and the surface should be scrubbed with 1 oz. of heavy-duty cleaner, 1 qt. Bleach and 3 quarts warm water. Rinse thoroughly with water to remove all residue and allow to dry before applying Viela. All new surfaces should be prepared to a level 5 finish for sheetrock or equivalent for other substrates. All surfaces should be sealed with an appropriate regular or stain-blocking primer designed for subsequent latex paint coatings. Consult TM Pratt for appropriate primers.
The Viela finish is pre tinted and is designed to be applied in three or more separate coats using a stainless steel trowel. The customer may choose to apply a light wax coating after the final coat to add protection and add sheen. See separate details for compatible wax procedures. Stir thoroughly before and occasionally during application. Do not apply if temperature is below 50 ° F. Apply Viela using a stainless steel trowel being careful to work a 4'x8' section or smaller at a time. Repeat second and following coats using similar trowel techniques. Can be thinned with up to one cup of water per five-gallon container.
On properly prepared interior surfaces up to 65 square feet per gallon. Depending on previous color, surface, porosity, and application methods, coverage can vary greatly.
Dries to touch in 1 to 6 hours and can be recoated at that time. Drying times may vary depending on temperature, humidity and air movement.
Clean hands, tools, and equipment promptly with warm soapy water .
|H.M.I.S. RATING Health 1 Flammability 0 Reactivity 0 Protective Equip.|
PRATT SPECIALTY COATINGS, Inc.
MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET
Product Names: Viela Product
Class: Aqueous emulsion based texture coating
Product Code: PTVP
Grade: Standard Contractor/Consumer grade
SECTION I - MANUFACTURER IDENTIFICATION
Manufacturer's Name: PRATT SPECIALTY COATINGS, Inc.
Address: PO Box 398598
Miami, FL 33239
Information Phone: 1-305-984-7288
Emergency Phone: 1-305-984-7288
Date Revised: August 2012
Date of Issue: 3/25/06
SECTION II - HAZARDOUS INGREDIENTS/IDENTITY INFORMATION
OCCUPATIONAL EXPOSURE LIMITS-----------VAPOR PRESSURE
|HAZARDOUS COMPONENTS||CAS NUMBER||OSHA PEL||ACGIH TLV||OTHER||mm Hg||@ TEMP|
|TITANIUM OXIDE/TITANIUM DIOXIDE||13463-67-7||10MG/M3||10MG/M3||N/A|
LIMESTONE CACO3/CALCIUM CARBONATE
|POLYVINYL ACETATE DISPERSION /LATEX EMULSION||MIXTURE||N/A||N/A||N/A||17.4||68F|
|STODDARD SOLVENT/MINERAL SPIRITS||8052-41-3||100PPM||100PPM||N/A||3.4||68F|
Contains one or more toxic chemicals subject to the reporting requirements of S.A.R.A. Section 313 of the Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act of 1986 and of 40CFR 372. A CERCLA Hazardous Substance and Hazardous Air Pollutant. Generally, the above ingredients that do not possess a vapor pressure are pigments and are only hazardous as airborne particles when the coating begins to degrade.
The HMIS (Hazardous Materials Identification System) codes at the upper right area of this page are recognized by OSHA. The PERSONAL PROTECTION code is left blank on PRATT SPECIALTY COATINGS's MSDSs as it depends on application technique and workplace ventilation. Please read all other sections of this MSDS before deciding on the appropriate protective equipment and beginning work.
SECTION III - PHYSICAL/CHEMICAL CHARACTERISTICS
Boiling Point: 212 Deg F
Melting Point: Greater than 32 Deg. F
Vapor Density: Heavier than air
Solubility in Water: Dilutable
Vapor Pressure: Less than 1 mm Hg
Specific Gravity (H2O=1): 1.49
Appearance And Odor: White or colored liquid with slight odor.
Evaporation Rate: Slower than ether
Coating V.O.C.: 0.07 Lb/Gl (8 Gr/Lt)
Material V.O.C.: 0.02 Lb/Gl (3Gr/Lt)
SECTION IV - FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARD DATA
D.O.T. Flammability Classification: Not regulated
Flash Point: None Method Used: N/A
Flammable Limits In air By Volume - Lower: N/A Upper: N/A
Extinguishing Media: FOAM CO2 DRY CHEMICAL WATER FOG
SPECIAL FIRE FIGHTING PROCEDURES
Polymer film can burn. Avoid breathing fumes of burning dry coating because carbon dioxide/monoxide may be released.
Use full protective equipment including self-contained breathing apparatus. Cool closed containers with water.
UNUSUAL FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARDS
Closed containers may explode when exposed to extreme heat or fire. Material may splatter if exposed to extreme heat.
Decomposition of burning material may cause toxic gases to form, which may include carbon dioxide and carbon monoxide.
SECTION V - REACTIVITY
CONDITIONS TO AVOID
Elevated temperatures. Contact with oxidizing agent.
INCOMPATIBILITY (MATERIALS TO AVOID)
Oxidizers, acids and bases.
HAZARDOUS DECOMPOSITION OR BYPRODUCTS
Burning or decomposing film may give off carbon dioxide and or carbon monoxide.
Will Not Occur
SECTION VI - HEALTH HAZARD DATA
INHALATION HEALTH RISKS AND SYMPTOMS OF EXPOSURE
Lightheadedness, staggered gait, headache, dizziness and nausea. Irritation to the nose, throat and lungs.
Prolonged inhalation may lead to mucous membrane irritation, central nervous system depression, and unconsciousness.
SKIN AND EYE CONTACT HEALTH RISKS AND SYMPTOMS OF EXPOSURE
Irritation and watering of the eyes. Prolonged or repeated contact can cause blurred vision and corneal injury.
SKIN ABSORPTION HEALTH RISKS AND SYMPTOMS OF EXPOSURE
Irritation of skin, redness and possible swelling. Prolonged or repeated contact can cause dermatitis, defatting. Can be absorbed through skin.
INGESTION HEALTH RISKS AND SYMPTOMS OF EXPOSURE
Amounts ingested incidental to consumer and industrial handling are not likely to cause injury.
Ingestion of large amounts can cause serious injury, including gastrointestinal irritation, nausea, and vomiting.
HEALTH HAZARDS (ACUTE AND CHRONIC)
Breathing difficulty, headache, dizziness, nausea and irritation to the respiratory tract. Causes eye and skin irritation. Irritation of the digestive tract and nervous system depression. Prolonged and repeated overexposure may cause permanent brain and or nervous system damage. Can cause dermatitis. Sanding dust inhalation may cause lung damage. Intentional misuse through inhalation may be harmful or fatal.
CARCINOGENICITY: NTP? NO IARC MONOGRAPHS? NO OSHA REGULATED? NO
If product contains ethylene glycol (see section II), oral consumption may produce adverse health effects e.g. kidey damage.
This product may contain trace amounts of crystalline silica, which is considered a hazard by inhalation, may cause silicosis.
MEDICAL CONDITIONS GENERALLY AGGRAVATED BY EXPOSURE
Ingredients in this product are reported to aggravate preexisting eye, skin, respiratory, kidney and liver disorders.
SECTION VII - FIRST AID MEASURES
EMERGENCY AND FIRST AID PROCEDURES
Eye contact: Flush with large quantities of water for at least 15 minutes. Seek immediate medical attention.
Inhalation: Remove to fresh air. Administer oxygen if necessary. Seek immediate medical attention.
Skin contact: Wash thoroughly with soap and water. If irritation persists, get medical attention.
Ingestion: Do not induce vomiting. Drink 1 or 2 glasses of water to dilute. Obtain medical attention immediately.
SECTION VIII - PRECAUTIONS FOR SAFE HANDLING AND USE
PRECAUTIONS TO BE TAKEN IN HANDLING AND STORING
Keep out of reach of children. Do not take internally. Avoid contact with eyes and prolonged contact with skin. When storing containers, close tightly, keep in upright position, away from fire, open flame and high temperature areas. Transfer only to approved containers with complete and appropriate labeling. Remove contaminated clothing and launder before reuse. Remove contaminated shoes and thoroughly dry before reuse. Wash skin thoroughly with soap and water after contact.
Warning! If you scrape, sand or remove an old coating, you may release lead dust. Lead is toxic. Exposure to lead dust can cause serious illness, such as brain damage, especially in children. Pregnant women should also avoid exposure. Wear a NIOSH-approved respirator to control lead exposure. Clean up carefully with a HEPA vacuum and wet mop. Before you start, find out how to protect yourself and your family by contacting the National Lead Information Hotline at 1-800-424-LEAD or log onto www.epa.gov/lead.
SECTION IX - ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES
STEPS TO BE TAKEN IN CASE MATERIAL IS RELEASED OR SPILLED
Avoid contact and breathing of vapors. Ventilate area. Remove ignition sources. Dike and absorb with absorbent material.
Prevent material from entering sewers or open bodies of water.
SECTION X - CONTROL MEASURES
Use only with adequate ventilation. Provide adequate fresh air entry. If not wear the proper respiratory protection.
If ventilation is inadequate use an organic vapor/particulate respirator approved by NIOSH/MSHA for spray/mist vapors.
When sanding a dried coating film use a dust/mist respirator approved by NIOSH/MSHA for dust which may be generated.
Use local exhaust. In confined areas, use mechanical ventilation to keep vapor concentration under permissible TLV and LEL.
Waterproof rubber gloves are required during repeated contact.
Splash resistant and spray mist protection required. Use splash goggles or safety glasses with side shields.
OTHER PROTECTIVE CLOTHING OR EQUIPMENT
Clothing adequate to protect skin. Remove and wash before reuse.
Eye wash, safety shower.
Normal industrial hygienic practices should be followed. Wash hands before eating, smoking or using the washroom.
SECTION XI - DISPOSAL CONSIDERATIONS
WASTE DISPOSAL METHOD
Waste from this product is not hazardous as defined under the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) 40 CFR 261.
Triple rinse all containers. Then offer for recycling or reconditioning or puncture and dispose of in a sanitary landfill or by other procedures approved by state and local authorities. Improper disposal is a violation of federal laws. Dispose of in accordance with Federal, State and Local regulations. If approved for incinerating, incinerate in an approved facility. Do not incinerate closed containers.
Do not drop or throw containers. If these wastes cannot be disposed of by use according to label instructions, contact the Environmental Control Agency or the Hazardous Waste representative at the nearest EPA Regional Office for guidance.
SECTION XII - ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION
Do not discharge effluent containing this product into lakes, streams, ponds, estuaries, oceans or other waters unless in accordance with the requirements of a National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permit and the permitting authority has been notified in writing prior to discharge.
Do not discharge effluent containing this product to sewer systems without previously notifying the local sewage treatment plant authority. For guidance, contact your State Water Board or Regional Office of the EPA.
SECTION XIII - TRANSPORTATION DATA
Non-Bulk Not Regulated (Water based material Non-bulk - PROTECT FROM FREEZING!)
Bulk Not Regulated (Water based material Bulk - PROTECT FROM FREEZING!)
SECTION XIV - REGULATORY INFORMATION
This product is considered non-hazardous under the OSHA Hazard Communication Standard (29CFR 1910.1200).
EMERGENCY PLANNING & COMMUNITY RIGHT-TO-KNOW (SARA TITLE 3)
Sections 311/312 Categorization (40CFR 370). This product is not a hazardous chemical under 29CFR 1910.1200, and therefore is not covered by Title III of SARA.
Section 313 Information (40CFR) 372. This product does not contain a chemical that is listed in Section 313 above de minimis concentrations.
SECTION XV - STATE ADDENDUM
|CALCIUM CARBONATE||1317-65-3||A Washington State Permissible Exposure for Air Contaminants material|
||1317-65-3||A Massachusetts Hazardous Substance List material|
||1317-65-3||A Minnesota Hazardous Substance List material|
||1317-65-3||A Pennsylvania Hazardous Substance List material|
||13463-67-7||A Washington State Permissible Exposure for Air Contaminants material|
||13463-67-7||A Massachusetts Hazardous Substance List material|
||13463-67-7||A Minnesota Hazardous Substance List material|
||13463-67-7||A Pennsylvania Hazardous Substance List material|
||8052-41-3||A Washington State Permissible Exposure for Air Contaminants material|
||8052-41-3||A Massachusetts Hazardous Substance List material|
||8052-41-3||A Minnesota Hazardous Substance List material|
||8052-41-3||A Pennsylvania Hazardous Substance List material|
||8052-41-3||A Florida Toxic Substance List material|
||8052-41-3||A New Jersey RTK Hazardous Substance List material|
||7732-18-5||See current Material Safety Data Sheet|
||124-68-5||See current Material Safety Data Sheet|
|POLYVINYL ACRYLIC LATEX||MIXTURE||See current Material Safety Data Sheet|
SECTION XVI - DISCLAIMER
All information contained in this MSDS is based on current technical data believed to be accurate and reliable. Additions of reducers or other additives to this product may substantially alter the composition and hazards of the product. Since these conditions are outside our control, we furnish this MSDS without any express or implied warranties.
VIELA Venetian Plaster
Cleaning & Maintenance
• Vegetable scrub brush with clean, white bristles.
• Spray bottle for water or recommended cleaning product.
• Clean white terry cotton towel.
• VIELA Wax
• Dampen the surface with a small amount of clean, clear water and rub the wall lightly with a clean absorbent white towel. If the spot remains, scrub the wall lightly with a nylon brush. Towel dry with a clean, absorbent white towel. If the spot does not come clean, allow the surface to thoroughly dry before beginning the next step.
• Try spraying lightly with soapy water and scrubbing lightly with a stiff, clean, nylon brush. Dry with a clean, absorbent towel. Again, if the spot does not come clean, allow the wall to thoroughly dry before beginning the next step.
• Spray with a recommended cleaner (as mentioned in the third paragraph under "Important") and scrub with a stiff, clean, nylon brush. Dry with a clean, absorbent towel. Allow the wall to thoroughly dry before initiating any repairs to the Viela wall.
• If cleaning has dulled the surface reapply a small amount of VIELA wax to the dulled area and buff with a clean, dry, white cotton terry towel.
Rinsing off any residue of soap is very important. Always rinse any soap scum or cleaning product off the VIELA surface with plenty of clean water. Spray and pat dry using clean and absorbent towels.
Care should be taken to follow the steps for cleaning as noted below. In certain cases, repairs to the wall may be necessary. Please follow the instructions that were provided with the repair materials.
When necessary, VIELA surfaces should be cleaned with the mildest cleaning agent possible starting with water, then soap and water, and if required a clear household cleanser without bleach such as Professional Lysol Basin Tub & Tile Cleaner, or a colorless industry specific cleanser such as Don’s “Don-o-mite”. Always try the mildest cleanser first.
VIELA Venetian Plaster
Before you can undertake a repair to a VIELA surface, make sure you have the correct matching VIELA Venetian Plaster and Permitex SA Primer. If you have questions call us at 305-576-3316
Repair to the underlying substrate must be made before the texture finish is repaired. Use a setting type compound or plaster to make repairs. Care must be taken to assure that substrate repairs are 1/16” below the adjoining VIELA surface level or you will find the variation is noticeable after the repair is made. Use fine sandpaper to create an angled edge as the repair joins the adjoining VIELA. Make sure the wall substrate is dry before proceeding to the next step.
All repairs should be primed with the Permitex SA primer prior to applying VIELA. The primer should be applied thinly (600 square feet per gallon is ideal) with a thin nap 1/4” roller or a brush. This layer is a tack coat designed to prep the wall for the additional VIELA layers. Applying too much Primer will greatly reduce the permeability of the VIELA Venetian Plaster finish. Remember thin, uniform, but not a covering appearance is what you are trying to achieve with the primer coat.
VIELA Venetian Plaster:
Repairs should be done the same way the original plaster was installed. If only a small repair or touch up is needed a small artist’s spatula may be the best tool for the job. Larger repairs should be done with a Co.me 8”x3” finishing trowel (available at TM Pratt). To apply, layer several coats of VIELA on to the repaired area using the same stroke pattern as the original installation of the adjoining areas. Allow each coat to dry before proceeding with the next coat. Feather and gradually blend the VIELA into the existing plaster. When the final VIELA coat is dry in the repaired area lightly buff the new/old work joint with steel wool to create a mat finish. Use ‘000’ or ‘0000’ grade steel wool. Finish by burnishing and waxing to match adjoining areas.
SECTION A: New Construction Applications
SECTION B: Additional application steps for Renovations
SECTION C: Appendices
A). Masking and Bagging Information
B). Clean Up
C). Inspection Process
SECTION A: Application Procedure for New Construction:
It is assumed that all wall surfaces have been made PAINT READY prior to the installation of Viela. The Viela installer should conduct a thorough inspection of all areas to be coated before starting work. If wall surfaces are unsatisfactory, preparation incomplete, or areas obstructed, it is best to deal with these inadequacies and arrange for a cure before proceeding.
The Viela finish is smooth as marble and you will need a selection of mint condition stainless steel trowels in 1", 6", 8" and 10" depending on the surface areas you will be dealing with. The trowel edges need to be slightly beveled to minimize edge marks as you are applying the material. Use a stainless steel hawk.
Surface & Area Preparation:
Wall surfaces and adjoining areas should be dry, free of dust, dirt, grease and any other contaminates that could interfere with the bonding characteristics, installation procedure, or aesthetic qualities of the Viela system. All wall substrates should be prepared to a level 5 finish for sheetrock or equivalent for other substrates. This is the same finish requirement that would be used to finish with gloss paints. All surfaces must be free of dust before priming.
Masking & Bagging:
Protect all areas and surfaces not to be coated using the 3M or an equivalent masking system. Surfaces to be masked should be sound, clean, and free of contaminates. Be sure that any surfaces such as doorframes, etc. that may have been painted prior to the Viela installation, are adequately cured before masking. See appendices for additional information.
Stain Block Primer Coat:
The stain block Primer Coat should be applied at a rate of 250 square feet per gallon using a 3/8" nap roller or an airless with a 517 spray tip. Allow to thoroughly dry. Lightly sand the primer coat with 120 grit paper to remove any spurs or rough spots.
The Viela finish is a multiple coat (generally 4) application. All the material comes pre tinted. The Viela finish is applied at a combined rate of about 50 SF per gallon. The first coat is applied at a rate of about 100 SF per gallon and can be applied to a larger square footage area than the second and subsequent coats that are applied thinner, dry faster and have a shorter working time window. All Viela coats are applied with the hawk and trowel using a half moon type of pattern to the application. Keep the trowel angle low against the substrate. Apply the material evenly to completely cover and hide the substrate. The first coat will take approximately 6 to 8 hours to dry. After the first coat has dried, lightly sand (200 to 300 grit paper) any high trowel ridges. Remove any sanding dust from the substrate.
Apply the second coat of Viela to a smaller area that you can cover in less than one hour as the material is applied at a rate of 200 sf/g and dries in one to two hours. Use the same trowel techniques used in the first coat but apply additional pressure in order to spread the material thinner.
Apply the third coat to an even smaller area since you will be applying the material at a rate of 330 sf/g and the material will dry in less than one hour. Because the third coat is applied thinner you will need to use increasing trowel pressure to spread the material.
Apply the fourth coat to an even smaller area since the material will be applied at the rate of 500 sf/g and will dry in less than 1/2 hour. Again you will need to use increasing trowel pressure to spread the material thinly.
After the fourth coat has dried for a few hours, use a clean trowel with extra pressure to burnish the material and create sheen highlights.
Apply the wax thinly to the dried Viela finish using the same trowel and techniques that were used for the Viela material. Use trowel pressure to work the wax into the finish and after it has dried, buff with a lint free soft clean cloth to create extra sheen and protection.
SECTION B: Additional Application steps for Renovation:
If you are dealing with old substrates or if you have removed wallpaper, walls should be examined to determine the presence of mildew, wallpaper paste, rust or other stains. If mildew is present, walls need to be treated with bleach treatment. The bleach treatment should be done before making wall repairs because quite often, bad areas that might go unnoticed will show up after bleaching.
Using a garden type sprayer and a solution of bleach and warm water (one-cup bleach per gallon of water), wet out the walls and allow to dry. Immediately after spraying of bleach solution, scrub the molded & discolored areas with a scrub brush on a pole. Scrubbing should break up remaining mildew areas. All of the stains will not go away, but scrubbing and wetting out with bleach will kill any remaining live spores. Additional spraying of bleach solution and scrubbing of stubborn areas may be necessary. Allow to thoroughly dry.
Excess wallpaper paste must be removed by wetting out the paste with warm water and scraping. A normal amount of wallpaper paste residue can stay, as it will wet out, emulsify, and lock down when the Primer Coat is applied.
Check all corner beads or exposed nail and screw heads for signs of rust and use a high quality, stain blocking metal primer (RUST-OLEUM No. 769) on these and other areas that are likely to produce rust in the future. Treat exposed rusty metal with Ospho prior to applying metal primer and patching with plaster. Extremely rusted corner beads should be removed and replaced with plastic corner beads.
Styrene Acrylic (SA) Primer Coat:
The SA primer Coat should be applied thinly at 600 square feet per gallon using a 513-spray tip. To wet out and emulsify a moderate amount of wallpaper paste the SA Primer Coat may be thinned 50% with water and applied at 300 square feet per gallon. See PASTE REMOVAL above. Allow to thoroughly dry.
Repair or replace damaged, unsound, wet, or rotted drywall. Cut away and/or remove any lose or delaminated wallboard paper. Patch and finish to a level 5 finish for sheetrock or equivalent for other substrates. Large voids, gaps or cuts need to be patched and/or taped and mudded. Caulk where required to achieve an even & clean line in corners and at window, doorframe, and equipment junctions. Conduct wall repairs after applying styrene acrylic (SA) primer.
Previous moisture problems may cause the wallboard paper to blister or separate from the wallboard in places. Mild blistering may not require cutting out and repairing as the paper may shrink down and bond when the Primer Coat dries. If blistering persists, these areas must be cut out, repaired and primed again before proceeding. Allow to thoroughly dry. Do not proceed with Viela installation on areas that remain wet.
Apply Stain Blocker Primer at 250 square feet per gallon using a 3/8" nap roller or an airless with a 517 spray tip. Allow to thoroughly dry. Stain Block Primer applied over walls that have been patched & repaired will reduce flashing. Lightly sand the primer coat with 120 grit paper to remove any spurs or rough spots.
SECTION C: Appendices
Appendix A: Hints for Masking and Bagging the Room:
The room is assumed to be paint ready and furniture, fixtures, and equipment free (FF&E). Check different areas in each of the rooms for moisture levels. Make note of which areas are checked and the moisture readings obtained at each location. Do not continue if any moisture readings are in excess of the safe limit for the substrate being tested. If you believe you may have a moisture problem, stop and correct the problem before proceeding.
The return air conditioning, or hot air heat system should be turned off or blocked before masking.
The carpet if any should be covered with polyethylene with at least 3 overlap and duct tape applied at the seams.
Dust off or wipe areas to be masked to assure masking tape sticks to the substrate.
All heating and a/c vents should be masked, vent covers should be removed, and thermostat should be adjusted and masked.
Sprinkler heads and smoke alarms should be masked with paper or film at base and then use an appropriate sized Styrofoam cup to cover the sensor. Check with building personnel to determine whether the procedure followed meets operating codes.
All switch plate and outlet covers should be removed and placed in room hardware bag.
All switches and outlets should be masked.
All windows, wooden trim, doors, and doorframes should be masked.
All hallways and high traffic areas should be covered with rosin paper runners.
A clean area should be defined near the elevator allowing personnel to remove shoes or apply clean footwear before entering the elevator and other areas of the hotel.
Masking the doors, windows, shower units, a/c unit, mirrors or other common sized objects encountered in each room should be done using pre cut pieces if possible. Glue sticks are quite useful to tack the poly material to the area being masked, and then follow up with tape.
If the doorstops have been removed, a temporary one should be rigged to prevent wall damage.
Be sure that any surfaces such as doorframes, etc., that may have been painted are adequately cured.
Appendix B: Clean Up
All tools and equipment used in the application of Viela products can be cleaned with warm soapy water.
After the final coat and the wax has dried and the room has been inspected. The room should be cleaned up as follows.
All tape should be removed from the walls, windows, outlets, switches, and doors. Care should be taken, as the Viela finish can be peeled away from the wall in areas if tape is removed hastily. When in doubt use a razor utility knife with a fresh blade to cut the tapeline to get a clean edge. All used painting supply material, except containers, should be removed from the room and placed in the facilitys dumpsite. All polyethylene should be removed from the floor unless the property owner wishes it to stay.
Appendix C: The Inspection Process
The room should be inspected at the inception of the job to determine if the area is in a paint ready condition.
Moisture readings are crucial since applying Viela over moist walls will result in an unacceptable job. Work must not begin if moisture readings are in excess of safe readings based on the wall substrate.
Additional inspections should occur after the room is masked and bagged.
Further inspections are necessary after the primer is applied. Look for raised drywall face, non-dry spots, and recheck moisture readings.
Additional inspection should take place after each coat is applied.
A final sign off inspection should occur after the room is cleaned.
Please contact PRATT SPECIALTY COATINGS for any questions on these instructions.
Appendix D: Precautions
Use with adequate ventilation. Do not ingest. Avoid prolonged contact with the skin. Wash immediately after use and before smoking or eating. Avoid breathing vapors or mist. In case of eye contact, flush eyes immediately with water and continue for at least 15 minutes and consult a physician. In case of ingestion, do not induce vomiting; drink one or 2 glasses of water to dilute. Seek immediate medical attention. If affected by inhalation, leave the area for a location with fresh air; administer oxygen if necessary, and seek immediate medical attention
KEEP FROM FREEZING. KEEP CONTAINER OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN. Close container after each use. Do not transfer contents to another container for storage.
Contains Crystalline Silica. Use only with adequate ventilation. Avoid contact and breathing of vapors and spray mist. Local exhaust is preferable. If in a confined area use mechanical ventilation. If ventilation is inadequate, use an organic/vapor particulate respirator approved by NIOSH/MSHA for spray mist vapors. When sanding the dried paint film use a dust/mist respirator approved by NIOSH/MSHA for dust which may be generated. This product contains crystalline silica, which is considered a health hazard if inhaled, which can result in silicosis.
In lieu of all other warranties or guaranties, express or implied by contract or law, Manufacturers liability is hereby limited to replacement of such quantities of this material if found to be defective upon inspection by it. Manufacturer shall not be liable for any representations, warranties (express or implied) made by any of its agents, representatives or employees or by any applicator regarding the product contained herein. In no case will manufacturer reimburse for extra labor cost or be responsible for damage or replacement of substrates to which this product is applied.
SPECIAL WALL SURFACES
PART 1 GENERAL
A. Section Includes: Masking, protection of adjacent surfaces, priming, finishing, and cleanup of coated areas throughout the project as designated on the drawings and finish schedules. (Write a general description of the scope of work)
B. Related Sections:
1. 04200 - Masonry Units.
2. 07800 - Fire and Smoke Protection.
3. 09940 - Decorative Finishes.
A. Acrylic Coating: Specialty Viela acrylic coatings meeting the minimum performance specifications stated herein.
A. Product Data: Submit manufacturer's product information including installation instructions and product description.
B. Samples: Prior to beginning work, furnish the architect with color and finish selections. Manufacturer shall create and submit samples of the selected colors and finishes for architect's review.
1. Final acceptance of finish will be from samples applied at mock-up at the project site.
1.04 QUALITY ASSURANCE
A. General: Work shall be done by skilled applicator in accordance with the best standard practice and in a manner acceptable to the architect. Any work not conforming to these specifications shall be corrected to the satisfaction of the architect at the expense of the installing contractor.
B. Qualifications: Applicators shall be factory trained and certified specifically to apply Viela materials prior to commencing work. Applicator shall submit a photocopy of factory Certificate as proof of factory certification at the start of work.
C. Regulatory Requirements:
1. International Conference of Building Officials (ICBO), Section 4204, Class 1.
2. Southern Building Code Congress International (SBCCI), Section 704.2, Class A.
3. Southern Florida Building Code; Section 3078.2, Class A.
D. Coordination of Work: Review other sections of these specifications in which primers, substrates, or other substances might be present to insure compatibility of total coatings systems. Upon request from other trades, furnish information or characteristics of coating materials provided for use, to insure compatible substrate materials and finishes are used.
1.05 DELIVERY AND STORAGE
A. Deliver materials to project site in original, new and unopened containers bearing manufacturer's name and label, and the following information;
1. Name of coating material and batch number.
2. Contents of containers including color name and number.
B. Storage and Protection: Store materials in tightly covered containers. Maintain containers in a clean condition. Protect from freezing and maintain temperatures below 100 degrees F. Keep materials organized by name of coating to reduce the risk of error. Do not stack materials more than three high. Protect from fire hazards.
1.06 SITE CONDITIONS:
A. Apply materials only when surface temperature is between 60 and 100 degrees F.
B. Protect finishes from abrasion for a period of 2 days after installation. Mask all areas that will not be coated and wipe away any excess of the manufacturer’s materials on other surfaces.
C. Cut and remove masking tape and film with a sharp razor knife, and clean all adjacent surfaces upon completion of each work area. Do not leave masking tape or excess material in place until hard.
A. Provide manufacturer’s standard 5 year limited warranty.
PART 2 PRODUCTS
A. Viela coatings as manufactured by PRATT SPECIALTY COATINGS, Miami, Florida. Telephone: (800) 776-3316, Facsimile: (305) 576-8416, E-mail: email@example.com.
B. Other manufacturer's products complying with the qualitative and selection requirements may be considered by the architect provided such products are submitted to the architect for review (select 5 days or 10 days) prior to bidding and with sufficient time allowed for evaluation prior to bidding. Submit proposed substitute products with supporting documentation to verify conformance with the above requirements, pursuant to the Section 01630 - Product Substitutions Procedures. Attempts to short cut the specified product substitution process could result in disqualification of the proposed substitute product.
A. Stain Block Primer as manufactured by PRATT SPECIALTY COATINGS, Miami, Florida. Telephone: (800) 776-3316, Fax: (305) 576-8416, E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org to be applied to all areas prior to Viela application.
B. Viela wax as supplied by PRATT SPECIALTY COATINGS, Miami, Florida. Telephone: (800) 776-3316, Fax: (305) 576-8416, E-mail: email@example.com to be applied to areas after final coat of Viela.
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G. Color Selection:
1. As selected by the Architect.
PART 3 EXECUTION
A. Examine substrate prior to commencing with the installation of the coatings.
A. Perform preparation and cleaning procedures in accordance with manufacturer's installation instructions and as specified, for each particular substrate condition.
1. Review and adhere to the recommendations stated in the Manufacturers Safety Data Sheet.
B. Remove or mask all hardware, switch plates, lighting fixtures, and other items attached to the substrate and not to be coated prior to application of coatings. Mask to avoid damage to non-coated areas such as ceilings, floors, carpets, tiles, doors, windows, jams, and moldings.
C. If necessary, clean surfaces before applying any materials.
D. Surface Preparation:
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1. Drywall: Prepare drywall to industry acceptable standard for hanging vinyl wall covering (level 5 finish). Remove any dust. Do not prime the drywall.
2. Cementitious Substrates: Prepare cementitious surfaces such as concrete, concrete block, cement plaster, etc. by cleaning as noted above; then patch all major holes, joint lines, etc., using materials as specified in Section 07900 - Joint Sealants or Section 09210 Gypsum Plaster.
3. Ferrous Metals: Clean with non-petroleum based solvent. Prime all bare metal surfaces with a good quality rust inhibiting primer prior to application of any coatings.
4. Galvanized Surfaces: Clean with non-petroleum based solvent.
5. Existing Painted Surfaces: Clean surface with soap and water to remove oils, dust, etc. Lightly sand surface to improve adhesion. Remove any paint that is not adhering to the substrate.
A. If necessary, stir materials before application with a power drill and paint paddle for the Primer and a drywall compound paddle for the Viela materials. Keep containers closed until the material is used.
B. Coating materials come mixed and tinted to match specifications. Thinning of the material is not recommended. See manufacturer's written installation instructions for thinning details.
C. Apply coating materials in accordance with the manufacturer's instructions to achieve the appearance of the approved samples. Coating materials shall be used as a system that may include a Primer and several coatings of Viela followed by a coating of wax.
D. Coat surfaces behind removable equipment or furniture units such as refrigerators or bar units with the same coatings as exposed substrates.
E. Finishes Requiring Primer: Apply stain block primer with an airless paint sprayer or 1/4 to 3/8 inch nap paint roller at a coverage rate of 250 square feet per gallon. Allow to cure until firmly set (minimum of 1 to 2 hours).
F. Apply three to five coat(s) of Viela materials in accordance with manufacturer's instructions until finish is equivalent to samples approved by architect.
G. Apply wax with a trowel as per manufacturer's instructions. Allow to dry and buff to gloss equivalent to samples approved by architect.
3.04 CLEANING AND PROTECTION
A. Clean Up: Remove all masking materials and discard empty containers to refuse. Clean up any overspray with water.
B. Protection: Provide signs as needed to protect coatings from damage by others.
C. After completion of work by all trades, repair damaged finish areas.
1. Applicator to provide touch up cleaning and maintenance equipment and instructions in the form of a repair kit as provided by the manufacturer.
END OF SECTION
PRATT SPECIALTY COATINGS, Inc.(TM Pratt), a Delaware Corporation, will warrant to XYZ Corp (Owner) for five years, ending XX/XX/20XX, that its Viela coating installed in the following locations between (beginning and ending installation dates), by Installer's name and address, will not lose its bond to the interior room walls, peel, or flake. The Viela coating will not crack under normal weather conditions and when applied to substrates that do not subsequently fail or crack. The Viela coating material will not contribute to the growth of mildew as long as the surface integrity is maintained and reasonable (for an occupied commercial property) environmental, climate, and cleanliness conditions exist in the area in which the Viela coating is applied. This limited warranty is provided contingent on the installer installing the Viela components as per the installation instructions found at www.tmpratt.com/vielainst.asp.
Viela finishes are decorative and highly susceptible to surface discoloration due to abrasion, cleaning, or scuffing. TM Pratt cannot warrant against surface discoloration and recommends the use of its Viela coatings only in protected areas out of harms way.
This warranty does not cover failure of the Viela coating which occurs as a result of i) workmanship of the installer, ii) surface failure, iii) water penetration due to leaks, floods, or other means, iv) structural or design defects, or v) abuse, vandalism, acts of war, acts of god, fire, flood, fumes, lightning, earthquake, chemical fumes or foreign substances in the atmosphere.
This warranty is subject to the owner giving TM Pratt written notice of any defects within 30 days of the discovery thereof.
TM Pratt’s obligations hereunder shall be limited to the replacement of the coating (materials only) only in those areas where the coating is found to be defective, as a result of its manufacturing process, as determined by TM Pratt and independent experts agreeable to TM Pratt and Owner. TM Pratt will not be liable for damage to other components of the building in which the Viela coating is installed. In no event will TM Pratt be liable for any indirect or consequential damages of the owner or any third party. This warranty will not cover damage resulting from the subsequent application, repairs, or other works upon a Viela coated surface, without written permission and instructions from TM Pratt as to the technique and materials to be used and the party who will apply those materials.
During the term of this warranty, TM Pratt, its agents, or employees will have free access to inspect the coatings during normal business hours.
Any claim of defect in the material must be made in writing by certified mail to TM Pratt within the warranty period. This warranty is not effective unless all bills from TM Pratt have been paid in full.
Except as stated TM Pratt makes no Warranties express or Implied of merchantability or fitness for any particular purpose or otherwise.
PRATT SPECIALTY COATINGS, Inc. PO Box 200 Miami FL 33243-0200