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Base preparation

  The base should be dry, cleared of a dust, dirt, oils and greases. Unstable and fragile parts of old plaster or paint must be removed.

 

Mixing of mortar

   Thoroughly mix before applying.

Application

   The primer is applied in even, continuous layer by a brush or roller. The temperature of the basis must be from +5°C to +30°C. The application of further materials is carried out after drying of primer.

 
Consultation on the pplication materials

BASIS-BETON

  

   Bonding primer for concrete and smooth surface basis IVSIL BASIS-BETON is designed for improvement of bonding to solid, low absorption surfaces of basis (concrete monolith, tiles, paint, etc.) prior to further application of plaster, tile adhesive or any other similar jobs.  

   This primer action is based on the principle of "beto-contact": it has excellent bonding characteristics and it makes the surface rough. It is suitable for interior jobs.

   Basic price for IVSIL BETON is 900 roubles /20 L. To see prices of other IVSIL primers, please visit the section Price List.

   Primer IVSIL BASIS-BETON is available in 20L and 6L tubs.

   See also: all IVSIL primers or go to the main page of the site.

   IVSIL bonding primer for smooth, low absorption surfaces IVSIL BASIS-BETON, primer for concrete.

 
 

Technical characteristics

Temperature of works and the baseFrom +5 to +30
Packaging6 and 20 kg
Drying-out time2 3 hours
Consumption on 1sq.m0,2 0,3 kg
 
Packaging and storage
The primer is delivered in plastic canisters of 10 l. A storage warranty period is 6 months from the date of the manufacturing. Prevent freezing during storage and transportation.
The consumption
Average consumption of one layer is 0,2 - 0,3 kg on 1 sq. m of a surface. The exact consumption depends of flatness (relief) of the basis.
 
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