Issued March 2004 CUPRINOL TRADE LOW ODOUR 5 STAR COMPLETE CT636 WOOD TREATMENT PRODUCT INFORMATION Typical Use Cuprinol Trade Low Odour 5 Star Complete Wood Treatment is a colourless, multi-purpose product for use in the eradication of wood decay, including Dry Rot and all forms of wood-boring insects, it also protects against future attack. For use indoors and outdoors.
The treatment can be painted, stained, or varnished when dry.
Before preparing any surface for painting, read the Safety, Health and Environmental information on page 4 about old lead -based paints.
Pack Size Colour Range Composition (nominal) Pigment: Binder: Solvent: Volume Solids Application Method
Brush, dip, or coarse spray. Immersion (professional users only).
Film Thickness Drying Times Drying time: 2 to 5 days under average temperature and with good ventilation, but longer under less favourable conditions. 6 to 8 weeks before laying certain types of floor covering or hanging vinyl wallpaper. Recoat: After the previous coat has soaked into the timber. Practical Coverage
4 to 8 sq metres per litre or 32 to 80 kg per cubic metre in more severe situations (see System Information).
Thinning Spray Recommendations Low pressure compression (airless) spray. Cleaning Up
Remove as much product as possible from brushes etc, before cleaning with white spirit. Re-seal can after use.
Before treatment wood should be clean, free from bark, dirt and any surface treatment such as paint or varnish, air dry (25% moisture content maximum), properly prepared and fully worked.
WOOD TREATMENT Determine the full extent of any decay by opening up the area. Remove all infected timber. Locate, identify and cure the cause(s) of damp. In the case of Dry Rot outbreaks, remove a further half a metre of timber, since this may have fungal strands in the timber. Where wood has been attacked by woodworm, cut away and burn all badly attacked wood. Make any necessary structural repairs. Treat the remaining timbers in the vicinity of the outbreaks and treat all replacement timbers, as indicated below. Brush or Spray – Flood all surfaces with the treatment, especially end-grain and flood all joints to ensure maximum protection. Normally two or three liberal coats are required. Apply second and third coats before the previous coat is dry. One flooded spray coat is equivalent to one brush coat. Dip - Submerge ends of the timber in the preserver for the recommended period (see table below). Issued March 2004 CUPRINOL TRADE LOW CT636 ODOUR 5 STAR COMPLETE WOOD TREATMENT Immersion (Professional users only) – Completely submerge the wood in an open tank of preserver. This method ensures that all surfaces of the wood receive maximum treatment.
[e] Timber in flat roofs [f] Timber to be used for Dry Rot
10 minutes; Brushing / spraying 3 applications
Dipping 3 minutes; Brushing / spraying 2
Brushing / spraying 2 applications (Note 1)
Dipping / Immersion 10 minutes to 1 hour
Note 1 Exterior timbers treated by brushing, in which checks or mechanical damage can occur, should be periodically re-treated. Note 2 In some circumstances, spraying may be the only practicable method of application. One flooding spray coat is equivalent to one brush coat. Issued March 2004 CUPRINOL TRADE LOW CT636 ODOUR 5 STAR COMPLETE WOOD TREATMENT Note 3 With brush or spray treatment, it is important that good flowing coats are given. Excessive 'brushing out' to give very low rate of application will give poor results. Note 4 Building Regulations applicable to certain areas require 10 minutes immersion – Cuprinol Trade Low Odour 5 Star Complete Wood Treatment or *Cuprinol Trade Low Odour Woodworm Killer are suitable. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
During application, avoid spilling, splashing or over-spraying onto surrounding areas since stains can be difficult to remove. Remove splashes etc immediately with white spirit followed by soap and water. If stains on plaster occur, when dry they can normally be overpainted with emulsion paint. Clothes can be dry cleaned by the normal cleaning process.
RUBBER, BITUMEN AND PLAST ICS Rubber, bitumen and some plastics are softened and stained by the liquid product. Avoid over-spraying or runs on to these materials. Be especially careful with rubber insulated electric cables and plastic flooring materials. COLOUR OF TREATED TIMBER The colour of treated wood may be affected by type and condition of wood and may be modified by previous treatments. The treatment may modify the colour of some hardwoods. FLOOR COVERINGS Complete drying of the treatment (approximately 6 - 8 weeks) is essential before plastic flooring or rubber backed carpets are laid or hanging vinyl wallpaper. If a long drying period is not possible, a vapour barrier such as heavy duty polythene sheet may be used. GLUING Glues applied before treatment will not be affected. Wood can be glued normally with most types of wood glue once the carrier solvent has dried. KNOTTING Knotting may be used after preservative treatment (before filling and painting), once treatment is dry. FINISHING OF TREATED TIMBER Treated timber can be painted, varnished, stained or dyed when dry. All freshly treated timber must dry thoroughly before finishing. When painting, solvent based or water based primers may be used. GREENHOUSE TIMBERS Thorough drying of treated timbers in close proximity with plants (not seed boxes) under service conditions must be allowed before introducing plants. BEEHIVES & BEE-KEEPING EQUIPMENT Beehives and bee-keeping equipment must not be treated with Cuprinol Trade Low Odour 5 Star Complete Wood Treatment. Use **Cuprinol Trade Low Odour Wood Preserver Clear instead. METALS Cuprinol Trade Low Odour 5 Star Complete Wood Treatment has no effect on common metals and metal fitments can be used on treated wood. Indoor furniture only at risk from woodworm attack should be treated with *Cuprinol Trade Low Odour Woodworm Killer.
To prevent possible formation of verdigris on susceptible metal surfaces, such as freshly cleaned brass in confined spaces, allow 6 to 8 weeks drying under good conditions prior to fitting the metal parts. Alternatively, varnish surfaces to seal in residual traces of solvent.
Use *Cuprinol Trade Low Odour Woodworm Killer for the treatment of clock cases. Issued March 2004 CUPRINOL TRADE LOW CT636 ODOUR 5 STAR COMPLETE WOOD TREATMENT SAFETY, HEALTH & ENVIRONMENTAL INFORMATION SOLVENT-BASED WOOD PRESERVER STATUTORY CONDITIONS RELATING TO USE
FOR USE ONLY AS A WOOD PRESERVATIVE FOR USE ONLY BY PROFESSIONAL OPERATORS. APPLICATION RATE: BRUSH AND SPRAY (low pressure 1-3 BAR Compression Spray only) : APPLY 1 LITRE OF PRODUCT PER 3-8 SQUARE METRES OF TIMBER. DIP: DIP FOR AT LEAST 3 MINUTES. IMMERSION: IMMERSE TIMBER FOR 10-60 MINUTES OR LONGER AS REQUIRED. The (COSHH) Control of Substances Hazardous to Health Regulations 2002 may apply to the use of this product at work. Engineering control of operator exposure must be used where reasonably practicable in addition to the following items of personal protective equipment. Wear suitable protective clothing, gloves and eye/face protection. AVOID EXCESSIVE CONTAMINATION OF COVERALLS AND LAUNDER REGULARLY. If swallowed, do not induce vomi ting: seek medical advice immediately and show this container or label. Do not breathe spray mist. Otherwise wear respiratory protective equipment and eye protection (see HSE Guidance Booklet HS (G) 53: "The Selection, Use and Maintenance of Respiratory Protective Equipment – A Practical Guide"). However, engineering controls may replace personal protective equipment if a COSHH assessment shows that they provide an equal or higher standard of protection. DO NOT CONTAMINATE FOODSTUFFS, EATING UTENSILS OR FOOD CONTACT SURFACES. COVER WATER STORAGE TANKS before application. UNPROTECTED PERSONS AND ANIMALS SHOULD BE KEPT AWAY FROM TREATED AREAS FOR 48 HOURS OR UNTIL SURFACES ARE DRY. THIS MATERIAL AND ITS CONTAINER must be disposed of in a safe way. WHEN USING DO NOT EAT, DRINK OR SMOKE. Use only in well ventilated areas. EXREMELY DANGEROUS TO FISH AND OTHER AQUATIC LIFE. Do not contaminate ground, waterbodies or watercourses with chemicals or used container. Avoid release to the environment. Refer to special instructions/ safety data sheet. REMOVE OR COVER FISH TANKS AND BOWLS before application. ALL BATS ARE PROTECTED UNDER THE WILDLIFE AND COUNTRYSIDE ACT 1981 AND WILDLIFE (NORTHERN IRELAND) ORDER 1985. BEFORE TREATING ANY STRUCTURE USED BY BATS, CONSULT ENGLISH NATURE, SCOTTISH NATURAL HERITAGE, THE COUNTRYSIDE COUNCIL FOR WALES OR THE DEPARTMENT OF THE ENVIRONMENT FOR NORTHERN IRELAND. AVOID ALL CONTACT WITH PLANT LIFE. DO NOT USE ON BEEHIVES OR BEE KEEPING EQUIPMENT. READ ALL PRECAUTIONS BEFORE USE. HSE No. 7568.
PRECAUTIONS Harmful: may cause lung damage if swallowed. Repeated exposure may cause skin dryness or cracking. Harmful to aquatic organisms, may cause long-term adverse effects in the aquatic environment. Keep away from sources of ignition – No smoking. WASH ANY CONTAMINATION from skin or eyes immediately. WASH HANDS AND EXPOSED SKIN before meals and after use. Keep only in the original container. Keep container tightly closed. KEEP IN A SAFE PLACE. Keep out of the reach of children. Keep away from food, drink, and animal feeding stuffs. VENTILATE TREATED AREAS THOROUGHLY after application. To avoid risks to man and the environment, comply with the instructions for use.
CONTAINS ACYPETACS ZINC 14.5% W/W (120g/l) (EQUIVALENT TO 2.86% W/W ZINC METAL)
PERMETHRIN 0.092% W/W (0.74g/l). *Cuprinol Trade Low Odour Woodworm Killer contains permethrin. ** Cuprinol Trade Low Odour Wood Preserver Clear contains acypetacs zinc and permethrin. Approximate
Read the label before you buy. Use pesticides safely.
This product is approved under The Control of Pesticides Regulations 1986 (as amended) for use as directed HSE No. 7568. Do not use or store by hanging on a hook. Some local authorities have special facilities for disposal of waste product. Avoid the inhalation of dust. Wear suitable face mask if dry sanding. Special precautions should be taken during surface preparation of pre-1960s paint surfaces over wood and metal as they may contain harmful lead. For further advice contact ICI Paints at
ICI Paints, Wexham Road, Slough, SL2 5DS.
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Tel: 0870 242 1100 See www.duluxtrade.co.uk
VOC Content Very High more than 50%. VOCs (Volatile Organic Compounds) contribute to atmospheric pollution. Cuprinol Trade and Dulux Trade are Trademarks of ICI. ICI 04 (24/03/04 IT)
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