In-depth primer - penetration concentrate
Use - impregnation of unevenly or over-absorbent substrates. It is particularly suitable for soaking bases made on gypsum and plasterboard. It is also used for the treatment of porous or strongly absorbent substrates (cement screeds, new concrete etc), their deep hardening and dust-free treatment. The use of deep penetration prevents the penetration of moisture into the substrate. Thin or cast streams, screeds, thin-layer mineral and acrylic plasters, paints or tiles are applied to the treated substrate. It is suitable for outdoor use, indoors and floors with underfloor heating. Depth penetration based on the type of substrate is used with water:
• diluted in a ratio of 1: 4-5 (1 part penetration and 4-5 parts water) to gypsum plasterboard, plasterboard, slats, preliminary painting prior to spraying and gluing, for new concrete
• diluted in 1: 6 ratio (1 part penetration and 6 parts water) to cement screed, porous or strongly absorbent substrates. When applied to such surfaces, we recommend using 2 coats. First apply 1: 6 diluted penetration and then 1: 4-5 diluted penetration.
It is sprayed, rolled or brushed. While maintaining the dosage, it does not reduce the vapour permeability of the penetrated substrate.
Substrate preparation - The substrate must comply with applicable standards, must be solid, with stable volume, free from dust, grease, incoherent layers and no remains of old coatings. Fresh bases must be mature enough.