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== Description ==
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Flügger [https://www.flugger.com/en/ Flügger Group A/S] is a bonding and filling acrylic spackle composed of butyl metharylate and calcium carbonate.<ref>ConsDistList post, June 10, 2009 Kiffy Stainer-Hutchins [https://cool.culturalheritage.org/byform/mailing-lists/cdl/2009/0674.html]</ref>. It is widely used as a filler and for fine surface finishing. [[file:Flugger Acrylspartel.jpg|thumb|400g tube of Flügger]]
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== Synonyms and Related Terms ==
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== Applications ==
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== Personal Risks ==
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[https://www.talasonline.com/images/PDF/MSDS/Flugger_MSDS.pdf Flügger MSDS]
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== Collection Risks ==
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== Environmental Risks ==
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== Physical and Chemical Properties ==
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* Solids weight: 77%
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* Volume: 59%
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* Density: 1.8 kilo/liter
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* Layer thickness: Max. 2 mm
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* Particle size: Max 0.01 mm
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* Adhesion: 12 kp/cm2
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<ref>Talas website - https://www.talasonline.com</ref>
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== Working Properties ==
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Flügger is suitable for spot filling and for finishing filling of primed woodwork, plaster, concrete, anti-corrosion iron and metal as well as previously painted surfaces. After grinding and dusting, this product can be painted with aqueous or alkyd paint. Flügger can be tinted using ground pigments and may be thinned or cleaned using water.<ref>Talas website - https://www.talasonline.com/Flugger</ref>
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* Drying time at 68°F (20°C) is approximately 1/2 (to the touch)
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* Re-coating interval is approximately 1 hour
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* Fully cured in several days
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* Purportedly susceptible to mold
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== Forms and Sizes ==
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== Resources and Citations ==
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Koob, S.P. "Restoration skill or deceit: manufactured replacement fragments on a Seljuk lustre-glazed ewer", in The Conservation of Glass and Ceramics; Research, Practice and Training Norman H. Tennent (ed), James and James Ltd., London, 1999, p.157.
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Revision as of 08:20, 31 August 2020

Description

Flügger Flügger Group A/S is a bonding and filling acrylic spackle composed of butyl metharylate and calcium carbonate.[1]. It is widely used as a filler and for fine surface finishing.
400g tube of Flügger

Synonyms and Related Terms

Applications

Personal Risks

Flügger MSDS

Collection Risks

Environmental Risks

Physical and Chemical Properties

  • Solids weight: 77%
  • Volume: 59%
  • Density: 1.8 kilo/liter
  • Layer thickness: Max. 2 mm
  • Particle size: Max 0.01 mm
  • Adhesion: 12 kp/cm2

[2]

Working Properties

Flügger is suitable for spot filling and for finishing filling of primed woodwork, plaster, concrete, anti-corrosion iron and metal as well as previously painted surfaces. After grinding and dusting, this product can be painted with aqueous or alkyd paint. Flügger can be tinted using ground pigments and may be thinned or cleaned using water.[3]

  • Drying time at 68°F (20°C) is approximately 1/2 (to the touch)
  • Re-coating interval is approximately 1 hour
  • Fully cured in several days
  • Purportedly susceptible to mold

Forms and Sizes

Resources and Citations

Koob, S.P. "Restoration skill or deceit: manufactured replacement fragments on a Seljuk lustre-glazed ewer", in The Conservation of Glass and Ceramics; Research, Practice and Training Norman H. Tennent (ed), James and James Ltd., London, 1999, p.157.

  1. ConsDistList post, June 10, 2009 Kiffy Stainer-Hutchins [1]
  2. Talas website - https://www.talasonline.com
  3. Talas website - https://www.talasonline.com/Flugger

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