TECHNICAL DATA SHEET
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INTERIOR SATIN ENAMEL PAINT
NO. 7750 ULTRA PURE WHITE®
PRODUCT INFORMATION
BEHR PREMIUM PLUS ULTRA® Interior Satin Enamel Paint is a 100% acrylic paint and primer in one with an advanced stain-blocking
formula that will change the way you paint. This product, featuring NANOGUARD® Technology, forms an extra-protective shell that
oers outstanding stain, scu, mar and antimicrobial-mildew resistance and an easy-to-clean, STAYS LOOKING NEW LONGER®
Finish with superior stain removal. This sophisticated color palette delivers exceptional hide and maximum moisture resistance.
RECOMMENDED USES:
Use on properly prepared, coated and uncoated, interior surfaces such as:
• Concrete • Concrete Block/CMU • Brick • Plaster
• Drywall/Gypsum Board • Wood • Ferrous Metals • Galvanized Steel
• Aluminum • Other Non-Ferrous Metal • Architectural Plastics
PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS:
Tint Bases/Max Tint Load:
No. 7750 128 oz. / 2 oz.
No. 7754 120 oz. / 10 oz.
No. 7753 116 oz. / 14 oz.
Gloss: 15-25 @ 60°
Sheen: >35 @ 85°
Resin Type: 100% Acrylic Latex
Weight per Gallon: 10.8 lbs.
% Solids by Volume: 38.3%
% Solids by Weight: 51.9%
VOC: <50 g/L
Flash Point: N/A
Viscosity: 95-105 KU
Recommended Film Thickness:
Wet: 6.4 mils / Dry: 2.3 mils @ 250 Sq. Ft./Gal.
Wet: 4.0 mils / Dry: 1.5 mils @ 400 Sq. Ft./Gal.
Coverage: 250-400 Sq. Ft./Gal. depending on application
method and substrate porosity. Does not include the loss of
material from spraying.
APPLICATION:
Brush: Nylon/polyester
Roller: 3/8" - 1/2" nap
Airless Spray: At packaged consistency
Tip: .015"- .019"
Filter: 60 mesh
Thinning: (If required) No more than 1/2 pint
of water per gallon.
Dry Time: @ 77° & 50% RH
Longer dry time may be required in cooler temperatures
and higher humidity.
To Touch: 1 hour
To Recoat: 2 hours
Full Cure: 4 weeks
SURFACE PREPARATION:
All surfaces must be clean, free of dust, chalk, oil, grease,
wax, polish, mold and mildew stains, loose and peeling
paint, rust, and all other foreign substances.
New Drywall: All drywall surfaces should be suciently
sanded smooth. Remove any remaining drywall dust prior
to priming. Allow all drywall compounds to be completely
dry prior to coating. Previously Painted Drywall:
Remove all loose and peeling paint and all other foreign
substances. Clean any dirt and grease by scrubbing the
surface with a detergent and water solution, followed
by a thorough rinsing with clean water. Set nails and ll
holes, scratches, and gouges with the appropriate spackling
material. Let dry completely and sand smooth. Remove all
dust with a wiping cloth. Fill all gaps with a 100% acrylic,
siliconized, paintable caulking, and allow to completely dry
prior to coating. Glossy Surfaces: For maximum adhesion,
sand the surface thoroughly before coating.
New Wood: Remove mill glaze with sandpaper. Set nails and
ll holes, scratches, and gouges with the appropriate wood
ller and let dry completely. Remove all dust with a wiping
cloth. Fill all gaps with a 100% acrylic, siliconized, paintable
caulking, and allow to completely dry prior to coating.
Previously Painted Wood: Remove all loose and peeling
paint and all other foreign substances. Clean any dirt and
grease by scrubbing the surface with a detergent and water
solution, followed by a thorough rinsing with clean water.
Set nails and ll holes, scratches, and gouges with the
appropriate wood ller and let dry completely. Remove all
dust with a tack or wiping cloth. Fill all gaps with a 100%
acrylic, siliconized, paintable caulking, and allow to completely
dry prior to coating. Glossy Surfaces: For maximum adhesion,
sand the surface thoroughly before coating.
Wood: WARNING! Sanding or scraping pressure treated
lumber may be hazardous; wear appropriate protection.
New Plaster: New plaster should be thoroughly dried
out and cured for a minimum of 30 days before painting.
When cured, clean using a mixed solution of one part vinegar
and one part water to remove eorescence and neutralize.
Previously Painted Plaster: Remove all loose and peeling
paint and all other foreign substances. Clean any dirt and
grease by scrubbing the surface with a detergent and water
solution, followed by a thorough rinsing with clean water.
Set nails and ll holes, scratches, and gouges with the
appropriate spackling material. Let dry completely
and sand smooth. Remove all dust with a tack or wiping
cloth. Fill all gaps with a 100% acrylic, siliconized,
paintable caulking, and allow to completely dry prior
to coating. Glossy Surfaces: For maximum adhesion,
sand the surface thoroughly before coating.
Stain-blocking: After priming, test for stain bleed-through
by applying the topcoat to a small section. If the stain bleeds
through the topcoat, apply a second coat of primer and
test again before top-coating the entire area. If bleeding
continues, a longer dry time of the primer may be needed
before top-coating.
Masonry: All masonry surfaces must be cured at least
30 days before painting. The pH must be 10.0 or lower
prior to coating. Smooth masonry may require an
adequate prole for adhesion. For all other smooth
concrete, create a prole using a product such as
BEHR PREMIUM® Concrete & Masonry Cleaner &
Etcher No. 991 or with mechanical means.
Remove loose aggregate and debris using a
product such as a muriatic acid etcher.
COMPLIES WITH THE BELOW AS OF 1/1/2017
SCAQMD YES LEED v.4
YES
CARB YES MPI# 43
OTC YES MPI X-GREEN 43
LADCO YES GREENGUARD® YES
AIM YES CHPS YES
LEED v.3 (2009)
YES NAHB/ICC NGBS YES
This coating conforms to USDA regulatory requirements
for incidental food-contact materials intended for use on
surfaces not in direct contact with food, such as walls, oors
and ceilings.
Please visit www.usgbc.org/LEED for additional details.
GREENGUARD is a registered trademark of UL Company.
 
 

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