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Sanixyl

From £20.06

Properties

  • Prevents and cures insect and fungal attacks.
  • Formulated to protect against termites and blue stain.
  • Easy application.
  • Ready to use.
  • Excellent penetration.
  • Clear, low odor and non flammable.
  • Water-based.

Where to Use

  • Direct on prepared woods
  • Interior wood infected or in good condition : vertical/horizontal surfaces (paneling, stairs, flooring, furnitures etc)
  • Exterior wood infected or in good condition : vertical surfaces (cladding, window and door frames etc) except broad leaved woods ie oak, chesnut, ash etc
  • Protects to classes 1, 2 and 3A.

Prevents

  • Insects attack: Capricornes, Vrillettes, Lyctus, Termites
  • Cubic Rot fungi (Brown Rot) and discoloration of the wood from blue stain

Cures

  • Insects attack: Capricornes, Vrillettes, Lyctus, Termites**
  • Eliminates deep boring insects and re-infection.

**Regarding termite infected wood, the work should be carried out by a qualified professional in order to treat first floors and walls. Termite infected woods might have to be replaced regarding their infection level.

Surface Preparation

General Directions:

  • Surfaces must be clean, dry and free of dirt, grease, grime and previous coatings.
  • After cleaning, allow wood to dry 2-3 good drying days or until it has reached a moisture content of 18% or less before applying Sanixyl.
  • Sanixyl may only be applied to bare wood surfaces. ALL other finishes must be completely and thoroughly removed.
  • All wood weakened by infestation should be cut out and repaired using a suitable wood repair system or a new piece of wood fitted.
  • All cut out sections should be treated prior to being repaired.
  • All new spliced in pieces of wood should be treated prior to fixing.
  • If necessary sand surface after cleaning and/or stripping (100 grit paper).

New wood surfaces:

  • Sand surface with 100 grit paper to improve penetration. Dust off.
  • Weathered wood surfaces (untreated):
  • Wood that has weathered longer than 6 months or turned grey should be cleaned with Net-Trol to remove all loose wood fibres, dirt and other surface contaminants before applying Sanixyl.

Previously oiled surfaces:

Interior: Contact our technical department for information and advice.
Exterior: All oils or sealers must be completely and thoroughly removed with Aquanett and the stripped surface neutralised with Net-Trol before applying Sanixyl.

Previously coated surfaces (paint, stain, varni etc):

Interior: Contact our technical department for information and advice.
Exterior: All previous coatings must be completely and thoroughly removed with Dilunett and the stripped surface neutralised with Net-Trol before applying Sanixyl.

Other finishes i.e. 2 pack epoxies, urethanes etc:

Contact our technical department for information and advice.

Application

  • Wood in good conditions: apply liberal application until wood is saturated or apply by garden sprayer. Ensure all end grains are well saturated.
  • Infected wood in sound condition: areas that have been weakened by infestation should be cut out and repaired using a suitable wood repair system or a new piece of wood fitted. Liberally apply Sanixyl until wood is saturated including end grain.
  • Severely infected wood: drill every 20 cms for large sections and 40 cms for small sections and inject Sanixyl. Follow with liberal application over entire surface.
  • For dipping please contact us
  • Clean tools thoroughly and immediately after application.
  • Areas of application

Information

Coverage: Preventative: 5 m² per litre. Curative: 3 m² per litre.
Application tools:  Brush. Garden Sprayer. Pressure injection. Dipping.
Application temperature: Between 10°C and 35°C.
Drying: 24 hours – 48 hours
Clean-up: Soap and water.