Mortar for plastering inside and outside buildings Suitable for plastering walls and ceilings made of bricks, concrete blocks and concrete blocks FEATURES: –
– good application properties
– good grip
– strength category
CS II PRODUCT CONFORMING TO: EN 998-1
SUBSTRATE TYPES AND PREPARATION:
Bricks, concrete blocks, silicate blocks, cellular concrete blocks, hollow blocks.
The substrate must be seasoned, i.e. after a period of settling, dry and free from any contaminants that would impair adhesion.
PACKAGE QUANTITY – 25 kg
QUANTITY ON A PALLET – 48 items
GRAINING – 0-1 mm
CONSUMPTION – 18.5 kg / m2 with a layer of 10 mm
USE TIME – 60-180 min
LAYER THICKNESS – 8-10 mm
WATER CAPACITY – 5.2-5.3 l / 25 kg
COMPRESSIVE STRENGTH – CATEGORY CS II
HEAT CONDUCTION COEFFICIENT
≤ 1.11 W / M * k
– PORTLAND CEMENT
– QUARTZ AGGREGATE
– HYDRATED LIME
– PERFANCING ADDITIVES
Pour the contents of the package into clean, cool water and then mix it with a slow-rotating mixer until a homogeneous consistency is obtained.
Leave for approx. 5 minutes and mix again. Hardened mortar should not be added to the fresh mixture.
HOW TO USE:
The product should be used as intended, in accordance with the principles of good building practice and health and safety rules. Apply the prepared mortar on the plastered surface to a thickness of approx. 10 mm, then level it with a float. When the plaster starts to set, smooth it out with a felt, plastic float or a sponge. During the works and while the mortar is drying, protect it against rain and strong wind by using special covers. The temperature of the air, substrate and product should be within the range of 5 ° C to 25 ° C. Masonry surfaces must be clean, free of impurities that would impair the adhesion of the mortar.
The product should be placed in dry places in its packaging.
Working time up to 12 months from the date of production.