Quick Dry Satinwood
Application

Suitable for use on interior wood and metal surfaces.

Description

Dulux Trade Quick Dry Satinwood is an advanced water-based, satin paint that provides a smooth, durable top coat for use on both interior wood and metal. It creates a mid-sheen satin finish, providing a subtle, attractive alternative to gloss.

Quick Dry Satinwood is self-undercoating, wipeable, stays white and suitable for use on interior wood and metal, including radiators.


Features and benefits:

  • Good satin finish.
  • Advanced water based technology.
  • Tough, durable finish.
  • Coverage: up to 12 m²/L.


System code:

The preparation of the substrate, type and number of coats is determined by the codes below. For more information contact an AkzoNobel account manager or email the support team on project.support@akzonobel.com

General information

Finish

Satin

Color

Material

Water-based

Water-based paint with a modified acrylic binder and lightfast pigments.

WarrantyDescription

Uniclass 2015

Pr_35_31_22_94 Water-based finishing coatsPrimary

CAWS

M60/14 Eggshell/ satin paint

M60/150 Eggshell/ satin paint

Specification data - Water-based finishing coats Enhanced data

Composition

Modified acrylic.

Sheen

Satin.

Colour

Consult manufacturer’s literature for options and insert requirements

Product Reference

Dulux Trade Quick Dry Satinwood

System code

D1330 – Internal non resinous softwood/ Hardwood.

D1331 – Internal non resinous softwood/ Hardwood.

D1334S – Internal MDF/ Internal non resinous softwood/ Hardwood.

D1334W – Internal MDF/ Internal non resinous softwood/ Hardwood.

D1335 – Internal non resinous softwood/ Hardwood.

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Form

Liquid.

Capacity

1 L.

2.5 L.

5 L.

Environmental information

Country of product manufacture

Netherlands

Recyclability

Digital objects
Platform Compatible Version Certified to
IFC
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1

1.3
Revit

Revit 2016

1

2.0
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