Linseed Oil Putty

Application

  • For bedding and external fronting single glass into primed softwood frames which will subsequently be painted.
  • For putty fronting.
  • Suitable for external use only.

For painting as soon as the putty has formed a skin firm enough. Apply the first coat within 7-21 days. The final coat should be applied within 28 days.

Description

Genuine linseed oil putty.

Features and benefits:

  • High quality, hand-applied glazing compound.
  • Good working characteristics.
  • Designed to be overpainted.
  • Good long term performance.
  • Manufactured using traditional materials.
  • A setting glazing compound.
  • Conforms fully to all relevant industry standards.
  • 'Type O' setting compound as defined in BS 6262 – Table 5.
  • Conforms to BS 544 and BS 8000-7.

Applications:

  • For bedding and external fronting single glass into primed softwood frames which will subsequently be painted.
  • For putty fronting.
  • Suitable for external use only.

For painting as soon as the putty has formed a skin firm enough. Apply the first coat within 7-21 days. The final coat should be applied within 28 days.

General information

Uniclass 2015

Pr_30_31_68_47 Linseed oil puttiesPrimary

CAWS

L40/210 Putty-fronted single-glazing

Specification data - Linseed oil putties

Product Reference

Linseed Oil Putty

Colour

Natural

Standard

In accordance with BS 8000-7, BS 544

Class

Type O to BS 6262

Standard product features

Technical characteristics:

  • Adhesion: Good (to primed softwood).
  • Base technology: Drying oil.
  • Curing system: Sets initially by absorption of oil into the frame followed by reaction with oxygen in the presence of moisture.
  • Mould resistance: Good.
  • Movement accommodation: <5%.
  • Service temperature range: -20°C to +70°C.
  • Application temperature range: 5–30°C.
  • Staining: Can cause staining of porous surfaces if not previously sealed.
  • Ultraviolet (UV) resistance: Good.