Used to lay gypsum finishing coats inside buildings, in rooms not exposed to continuous moisture. The finishing coat should not be used to join drywall boards. The product is classified as thin-layer gypsum plaster, B2/20/2 type; it also fulfils requirements for 2B type painterâs putties. It can be applied on mineral bases, such as: cement, cement-lime and gypsum plasters, drywalls and âPro-Montaâ boards, concrete, cellular concrete etc.
Packaged in 20, and 5kg containers.
Preparation of mass: A correct amount of gypsum finishing coat should be poured into clean water and stirred until a smooth mass without lumps is obtained. Ca. 0.45 l of water should be added per 1 kg of dry mix. Put the mass aside for 5 minutes, then stir again. For finishing coat preparation, clean containers and tools should be used. Each time, only such amount of material should be prepared that will be consumed. Remainders of set plaster considerably reduce the setting time. Unused, hardening material cannot be diluted in water again.
Luting: Distribute the mass evenly, pressing strongly against the base. The maximum layer thickness is 1 mm. After complete drying, the application of further layers is possible, until desired effects are achieved.
The temperature of the base and its surroundings during the storage and drying should not be lower than +5°C and higher than +30°C. Optimal application temperature is +20°C. Surfaces that are exposed to contamination should be protected and any stains should be removed before they dry up. The specified processing times may be subject to considerable variations under the influence of adverse thermal and moisture conditions.
Any attempts to change the composition of the product are not allowed, as they may considerably reduce the quality of applied material. Information contained in the manual help ensure the optimal use of the product, however, it does not create any legal liability of the Manufacturer, due to the fact that the conditions of use remain outside of its control. Finishing coat consumption depends on the evenness degree at the base.