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AS/NZS 2311:2017 pdf free.Guide to the Painting of Buildings.
This Standard provides a guide to products and procedures for the painting of buildings for general domestic, commercial and industrial use. Where no specific application standards apply the minimum standard to follow is the recommended specification from the relevant manufacturer specific to the product or type or substrate.
This Standard does not apply to the long-term protection of iron or steel exposed directly to the atmosphere or to internal climates likely to have aggressive environments. These subjects are dealt with in AS/NZS 2312 (series).
This Standard is intended to assist those with interest in building design and maintenance such as trades people, architects, builders or building owners in the preparation of painting specifications for inclusion in contracts. It should not be called up in contracts without also specifying the detail to be derived from it.
In providing guidance on the preparation of painting and repainting specifications for surfaces forming parts of buildings, this Standard necessarily gives choices of paint types for use in different areas. For each contract, the architect, or owners, should draw up a complementary painting schedule to detail the options that are to be used together with a colour schedule. This Standard can then be referred to when specifying the necessary preparation, the coating system and the methods and conditions of application.
NOTE: Information on the preparation of painting specifications is given in Section 9 and Appendices A and 13. Information on inspection and testing is given in Appendix C.
For the purpose of this Standard the definitions given in AS/NZS 2310 apply, in addition to the following:
1.4.1 Latex
Manufactured with water-borne polymers of acrylic, vinyl acrylic or blends of both. Latex products include paints, stains and coatings (sealers and binders).
1.5.1 General
All paints and related products should be regarded as hazardous and should be assessed for their risk. Statutory regulations for the control of hazardous materials may be obtained from the relevant government authorities. These regulations may include requirements for storage methods, licensing, safe use (including provision of information and control of exposure) and disposal. Advice on some of these matters may be found in AS/NZS 60079, Parts 10.1 and 10.2. The manufacturer should be contacted for information on the company’s products and material safety data sheets (MSDSs).
1.5.2 Precautions Poisoning
Paint materials should not he left within the reach of infants and small children. Vapours
Vapours from most solvent-borne paints arc flammable, so contact with sparks, flames or hot surfaces should be avoided (pilot lights can be a hidden danger). Exposure to vapours can lead to adverse health effects. Adequate ventilation should always be provided. Suitable supplied-air respiratory protection devices complying with AS/NZS 1716 should be worn when painting is conducted within a confined space. A risk assessment, identifying hazards associated with any painting task, should be carried out before commencement of work.

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