Grundolja

Primer Oil

A drying oil which makes wood water-repellent, resistant to rot, dimensionally stable and which increases its bending strength.

Available in 0,25, 1 and 5 litre cans, 200 litre drums, 1000 litre IBC containers. Retailers.

PRIMER OIL is linseed oil from which the non-drying ingredients have been removed with our unique refining method. It penetrates the substrate and dries quickly by a reaction with the oxygen in the air to linoxyn, a natural polymer with excellent adhesion. It is non-biodegradable, water-repellent and resistant to fats, petroleum products, salts and household acids, e.g. lemon, wine and vinegar.
At 20 °C / 60 °F and with good ventilation, PRIMER OIL dries in 24 hours or less.
Read more on the TECHNOLOGY.

PRIMER OIL makes wood rot resistant by making it waterproof - fungi cannot grow in dry wood, and no organism can extract nourishment from the oil.

Field tests and tests in a rotting chamber show that wood deep impregnated with PRIMER OIL remains free of rot for a minimum of 24 years - in moist soil!

The dimensional stability and the increased bending strength - doubled in our experiments - is a result of the wood forming a natural composite with linoxyn.

Sunlight will make the surface turn grey. The original colour of the wood can easily be restored by rubbing a small quantity of PRIMER OIL into the surface.

Wood treated with PRIMER OIL can be glued, polished with LINSEED VARNISH OIL and/or painted. For optimal results, paint with Selder & Co’s linseed oil paints.

The Technical Data Sheet and the Safety Data Sheet are under the heading Datasheets in the main menu.

Video: Skoghults Snickeri joinery applying hot refined linseed oil

Video: Carpenter Martin Lydén deep-impregnating wood in a deep fryer.

SELDER & COMPANY AB
WORK MANUAL FOR PRIMER OIL

The work differs significantly from that with other wood oils.
READ CAREFULLY FOR A GOOD RESULT.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

WOOD CAN BE PROTECTED WITH PRIMER OIL IN SEVERAL WAYS (click to read the chapter)

SURFACE TREATMENT WITH OIL AT ROOM TEMPERATURE (click to read the chapter)

IMPREGNATION WITH 130 °C / 266 °F WARM PRIMER OIL AND A BRUSH (click to read the chapter)

FOR A GLOSSY SURFACE (click to read the chapter)

DEEP IMPREGNATION OF END WOOD (click to read the chapter)

MAINTENANCE (click to read the chapter)

GENERAL (click to read the chapter)

WORKER PROTECTION (click to read the chapter)

SAFETY (click to read the chapter)