Table of contents:
- Preparation of the surface
- Order process
- Coating structure
- Prepare the material
- Processing conditions
- Drying / drying time
- Tool cleaning
- Algae and mushrooms
Video: Sylitol Facade Plaster NQG
2023 Author: Hannah Pearcy | [email protected]. Last modified: 2023-11-26 11:39
Ready-to-use lightweight plaster with nano-quartz grid technology based on sol-solate for clean facades.
The ready-to-use sol-silicate lightweight plaster with nano-quartz lattice technology for clean facades without biocidal film protection brings clear advantages to the facade. As a "light TO GO" product, it is characterized by its low weight and low consumption combined with high area coverage. The Capatect Sylitol facade plaster NQG is highly permeable to water vapor, offers first-class weather protection and natural film protection against algae and fungi. The Capatect Sylitol facade plaster NQG is produced in a climate-neutral manner and even awarded the Blue Angel in the ETICS system Pro.
Ready-to-use, structurable sol-silicate plaster with nano-quartz grid technology. Can be used as a top coat for:
- Capatect ETICS systems
- Concrete, uncoated
- Sub-plasters of the mortar group PIc, PII + PIII according to DIN 18550 T-1 / DIN EN 998-1
- Matt, stable emulsion paint coatings
- Sustainable mineral coatings
- Very low material consumption
- Natural algae and fungus protection
- Extremely low contamination tendency thanks to sol-silicate technology
- For mineral and organic substrates
- Very high color stability even without additional painting
- High chalking stability
- Minimized tendency to bloom
- Very smooth processing
- Highly permeable to water vapor
Preparation of the surface
The surface must be level, clean, dry, firm, stable and free of separating substances. Observe VOB, part C, DIN 18363, section 3.
Unsustainable emulsion paint or synthetic resin plaster coatings as well as unsustainable mineral coatings must be removed completely.
Clean adherent coatings dry or wet.
Clean mold, moss or algae-infested areas using pressurized water jets in compliance with the legal regulations. Wash through with Capatox and let the surfaces dry well.
Clean surfaces contaminated by industrial exhaust gases or soot using pressurized water jets with the addition of suitable cleaning agents and in compliance with the legal regulations.
After repairing cracks and damaged areas with a suitable material, after hardening and drying, a fluorination and post-washing must be carried out. In the case of larger plaster repairs, the entire surface (old and new plaster) can flow and wash.
Apply the plaster to the entire surface using a stainless steel trowel or a suitable fine plaster spraying machine and remove it to the grain. Immediately afterwards, use a plastic trowel or a PU board to smoothly scrape off the plaster.
The choice of tool influences the roughness profile of the surface, so always work with the same structure discs.
When spraying, special care must be taken to ensure that the material is applied evenly and that overlaps on the scaffold layers are avoided. To achieve a uniform structure, contiguous areas should always be carried out by the same craftsman, in order to avoid structure deviations due to different "handwriting". A sufficient number of employees must be deployed on each scaffold level to avoid starting and work through quickly, wet in wet.
By using natural fillers and granules, slight color variations are possible. Therefore, only process material of the same production number on coherent surfaces or mix material of different production numbers with each other beforehand.
Primer or intermediate coats must be dry before further processing.
New mineral reinforcing compounds - no priming required. Prime reinforced armouring layers due to longer service life (e.g. overwintering) or with plaster primer 610 in very warm and dry weather.
New cement-free reinforcing compound - prime with Putzgrund 610.
Sub-plasters of the mortar group PIc, PII and PIII
New plasters: Leave untreated for 2-4 weeks. Prime with Sylitol Minera. Plaster surface roughly porous, sanding, absorbent: Prime with Sylitol concentrate 111, diluted 2: 1 with water. Intermediate coat with Sylitol Minera.
Old plasters: after-plastering areas must be well set and dry. Prime coarsely porous, absorbent, lightly sanding plasters with OptiGrund ELF intermediate coat with 610 primer. For heavily sanding, floury plasters, prime with Dupa-grund. Intermediate coat with plaster primer 610.
Clean concrete surfaces with dirt deposits or a layer of flour grain mechanically or using pressurized water jets in compliance with the legal regulations. Prime coarsely porous, slightly sanding or absorbent surfaces with OptiGrund ELF. Prime on floury surfaces with Dupa-grund. Intermediate coat with plaster primer 610.
Adhesive coatings: Clean dry or wet. Prime with Sylitol Minera.
After removing non-adherent coatings: Primer coat with Sylitol concentrate 111, diluted 2: 1 with water. Intermediate coat with Sylitol Minera.
Load-bearing, matt emulsion paint coatings
Re-work matt, weakly absorbent coatings after an intermediate coat with Putzgrund 610. Clean dirty, chalking old coats by pressurized water jets in compliance with the legal regulations. For other types of cleaning (wash off, brush off, spray off), prime with Dupa-grund. Intermediate coat with plaster primer 610.
Prepare the material
Stir the contents of the container thoroughly with a slow-moving stirrer. If necessary, dilute with Sylitol concentrate to adjust the consistency; Addition max. 2%. Do not use aluminum whisks to stir, otherwise there is a risk of discoloration.
During the processing and drying phases, the ambient and substrate temperatures must not be below +8 ° C and above +30 ° C. Do not use in direct sunlight, in strong wind, fog or high humidity. In this context we refer to the leaflet "Plastering at high and low temperatures" from the German Stucco Industry Association.
Drying / drying time
At 20 ° C and 65% relative humidity, the plaster is dry to the surface after 24 hours. Dried through, resilient and paintable after 2-3 days. The plaster dries by chemical reaction and physically, ie by silicification with the substrate and evaporation of the moisture. Delayed drying is therefore particularly important in the cool season and when there is high humidity. To protect against the effects of rain during the drying phase, hang the scaffold with tarpaulin if necessary.
Immediately after use with water.
Algae and mushrooms
Capatect Sylitol facade plaster NQG K offers the necessary basic protection against algae and / or fungal attack under normal load. If further protection is required, a double coat of Sylitol NQG-W or ThermoSan NQG is required.
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