Product Data Sheet
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DATA SHEET 7100-180
POWER PLAY ICE PAINT
POWER PLAY ICE PAINT is a premium-grade ice coating for indoor or outdoor use in any ice facility. It has excellent hiding power, brilliant whiteness, and is easy to apply. POWER PLAY ICE PAINT is of high purity and brightness to provide optimum performance, which is demanded by arenas today. POWER PLAY ICE PAINT is a non-toxic blend of natural inorganic minerals and pigments, which provides good coverage and hiding abilities, while being very easily applied. POWER PLAY ICE PAINT will not bleed or migrate through ice layers and exhibits no long-term hiding loss.
POWER PLAY ICE PAINT is recommended for use on any rink to enhance the appearance of the ice sheet. The product is used in hockey, curling, and skating facilities due to its bright whiteness and sharp colours.
- Provides excellent hiding power.
- Provides brilliant whiteness to ice surface.
- Easy to apply.
- Provides optimum performance and sharp colour.
10 Kg Bags
1.5 – 1.75 m²/kg
Indefinite if stored in appropriate conditions. Store in cool, dry area.
Colours: White, Red, Blue, Crease Blue
POWER PLAY ICE PAINT must be thoroughly mixed with equal parts of warm water to provide a lump-free mix. Lumps will cause spraying clogging and uneven coverage. Bright white should be evenly sprayed to produce an even colour, free of shadows and streaking.
White … Add 10 – 12 L of warm water per bag and mix to a lump-free consistency. Apply by any conventional spray equipment, such as a Chapin 1949 with a 0.379 LPM nozzle, or roller. Remix occasionally to prevent settling. Hold spray nozzle approximately 1′ from surface to prevent beading and overlap spray pattern to provide even colouring. Apply second coat at 90° to the first. Once the final coat has been inspected, cover with a light water spray to protect the coat from damage. Clean with water.
Colours … Add one bag of POWER PLAY ICE PAINT to the premixed colour concentrate and mix to a lump-free consistency. Do not add water, as this will dilute the pigment strength. Paint colours by brush, roller, or conventional spray equipment, such as a Chapin 1949 with 0.379 LPM nozzle. Protect the coat with 2 – 3 fine mist applications of water. Heavy water coats will cause colours to bleed.
MASTERFORMAT NUMBER AND TITLE
13 18 00 – Ice Rinks
May help contribute to LEED credits:
- MR Credit 2: Construction Waste Management
- MR Credit 5: Regional Material