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TECHNICAL DATA SHEET GENERIC TYPE : TEAK OIL TYPE : IMPREGNATING OIL FOR EXOTIC WOOD DESCRIPTION: TEAK OIL is an extremely nourishing oil which penetrates and durably protects teak in a marine environment. This teak oil guarantees long-lasting UV protection. TEAK OIL ensures the conservation of wood in hostile environments. 0.85 White spirit > 60°C Liquid solvent Clear/slightly amber PHYSICAL PROPERTIES: Density at 20 °C Solubility Flash point Physical state Finish APPLICATION: TEAK OIL can be applied with a brush on clean and dry wood. Pretreatment with PHOSPHATING RUST REMOVER is recommended if there are signs of fungus or fouling. Apply in the same direction as the wood fibres (greyed wood). Always apply a second coat once dry. Drying time Prevention Protection Dilution : Surface dry : 8 h Hard dry : 24 - 48 h : Avoid contact with eyes and skin. Use only in well ventilated areas. : Wear appropriate gloves and safety glasses in case of spattering. : No dilution necessary, use pure. Clean tools with white spirit. On new exotic wood, leave outdoors for one year to let the tannins contained in wood exude, as they can impede the oil drying process. PACKING AND SHELF-LIFE: Available in: 1litre, 5litres and 25 litres Shelf-life: 12 months unopened. HEALTH AND SAFETY: Please refer to packaging. Material Safety Data Sheet available on request. This data sheet is aimed at informing our costumers about our products’ properties. These products are in accordance with the purpose they are intended for so far as they are applied in conformity with the rules outlined by SEPV & DTU in force when the work is being carried out. On account of the permanent evolution of techniques, it is up to our costumers to check with our company that the hereby data sheet has not been changed before starting work. SEPV - 2 Rue Henri ROL TANGUY— 91 180 ST GERMAIN LES ARPAJON - Tel. 01 69 88 13 10 - Fax. 01 60 84 04 81 -

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