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Purecoat Panels
Description

With a beautiful mirror-like finish, PureCoat by Bates Surfaces panels inspire spaces that create a real wow factor. They come in a range of solid colours, patterns and wood grains and the advanced UV cured surface offers a higher level of scratch resistance when compared to traditional two pack paint systems, high gloss vinyl and high gloss acrylic panels.

Suitable for residential and commercial spaces, Purecoat panels are ideal for vertical applications such as drawers, cabinet doors, wall linings, and large feature panels. Purecoat comes with the reassurance of a 10 year limited warranty. 

Purecoat is available in three painted, double-sided Mirror Gloss options and eleven colours with a single-sided Mirror Gloss finish in 2440 x 1220 x 18mm sheets.  Matching edge tape is available for all decors in 1mm PVC or laser edging. 

Key Features
  • Antimicrobial
  • UV stable indoor use
  • VOC free coating
  • Group 3 fire rating
  • Moisture resistant
  • Scuff resistant
  • Stain resistant and easy to clean
  • New Zealand Made
  • Warranty: 10 years
Scope of Use
  • Interior, vertical applications such as cabinetry
Limitations on Use
  • Purecoat is not intended for exterior use or in horizontal applications
  • Purecoat must not be used in high humidity or wet areas such as saunas or showers
  • The substrate must not come in contact with any free-standing water. Failure to keep dry will affect the performance of the panel

Effects of Heat:

  • Precautions must be taken to ensure that Purecoat is kept clear of heat sources, such as free standing fireplaces and space heaters, wall ovens and hot plates etc. The structural life of the substrate may be impaired if temperatures exceed 50°C for prolonged periods
  • Purecoat can withstand short term exposure to temperatures of 65°C above ambient temperature without fear of ignition
  • Manufacturers of heat appliances referenced above must be consulted to ensure that correct clearances and ventilation are provided for
Statement of Building Code Compliance

When stored, handled, used and maintained in accordance with this document, Purecoat will meet the durability requirements of NZBC B2.3.1(c) for 5 years.

The Group Number Classifications below were generated from tests carried out and data recorded in accordance with the test procedure described in ISO 5660 2002 – Reaction-to-Fire – Part 1: Heat Release and Part 2: Smoke Production Rate, for the purposes of determination of the Group Classification in accordance with the New Zealand Building Code Verification Method C/VM2 Appendix A.

Purecoat bonded to Lakepine MRZero Medium Density Fibreboard (MDF) substrate — Group Number Classification 3.

In-Service History

Purecoat was initially introduced in New Zealand as a painted panel offer in July 2015.

Other Performance Attributes

Please see the Purecoat Technical Data Sheet for further information relating to steam, UV, scratching, stain and wear resistance performance data.

  • Antimicrobial, stain resistant and easy to clean
  • UV stable indoor use
  • VOC free coating
  • Scuff resistant
B2 Durability compliant
Durability
C Protection from Fire compliant
Protection from Fire
Interior Fire Rating 3
3

Bates Surfaces are New Zealand’s largest UV coatings applicator for interior building panel products.

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