Primes substrates for ATLAS SILKON thin-coat renders.
Increases adhesion – strongly adheres to the substrate and the applied renders.
Limits the absorbability of the substrate – prevents excessive transfer of water from the freshly applied renders into the substrate.
Facilitates the execution of the next layer – the rough surfaces reduces “slip” of the applied render.
Creates temporary protective layer for the façade – protects the bare façade against weather conditions for half a year.
The main characteristics
- ensures ideal adhesion of the render
- reduces absorbability and strengthens the substrate
- facilitates render application and texture forming
- unifies the substrate colour
- vapour permeable
The main parameters:
- consumption: ca. 0,3 kg / m²
- adhesion: > 1.0 MPa
Types of substrates
- traditional plasters on walls of bricks, blocks, or ceramic,
- cellular concrete or silicate hollow bricks,
- thermal insulation systems with EPS, XPS and mineral wool.
Contains aggregate – increases the adhesion owing to significant development of the effective surface between the layers (creates rough surface).
Protects the substrate against adverse effects caused by the new layer – constitutes a chemical barrier between the substrate and the render, limiting their interaction - limits colour penetration from the substrate and occurrence of stains on the surface of the render.
High adhesion – min. 1.0 MPa to concrete.
ATLAS SILKON ANX is included in the following approvals of thermal insulation systems:
|Technical Approval No.
|EC No. 1488-CPD-0021
|EC No. 1488-CPD-0075
|EC No. 1488-CPD-0036
|ATLAS ROKER G
ATLAS SILKON ANX is manufactured on the basis of organosilicon resin and quartz powder.
|Density of the ready-to-use product
|ca. 1.5 g/cm3
|Adhesion to concrete
|> 1.0 MPa
|Mass preparation temperature, substrate and ambient
temperature during work
|from +5°C to +30°C
|4 ÷ 6 h
The average consumption is ca. 0.3 kg of the priming mass for 1 m2.
Plastic buckets: 15 kg
Pallet: 660 kg in 15 kg buckets
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