- Fast-setting, acrylate based repair grout
- Two component repair compound,
- Surface protection product against penetration
- Low shrinkage
- Quick and easy repair
- Adjustable rheology by the content of the bulk component in the mixture.
- Strengthens the surface and improves durability
- Increases electrical resistance by limiting moisture content
Polymeric mineral mixtures allow to obtain extremely tight coatings, filling any irregularities and properly insulating the elements. They are perfect for effective sealing of irregular surfaces. They leverage the characteristics of polymer compounds, which are used in many products intended for construction. These are organic compounds of both natural and synthetic origin. In construction chemistry products they are a component of adhesives, impregnates, sealants and many others. Polymers are classified into several groups of compounds due to their different structures, which has a significant impact on their application.
Polymeric mineral masses and their characteristics
Construction chemistry products usually contain various blends of polymers with different properties, so they can be used in a wide variety of ways. Polymeric mineral masses are particularly noteworthy. They are characterized by proper elasticity, which depends on the content of these compounds in a given binder. Their use makes the coating fully resistant to damage and cracking, which prevents plasters from crumbling greatly decreases their absorbption.
Polymeric mineral masses consist of an aqueous dispersion of an organic binder combined with a pigment and a filler. Used both for protective and decorative layers in interiors and exteriors, as elevation and insulation layers.
Types of grouts:
We can divide plaster compounds into two groups based on their thickness and binder type Depending on the thickness of plasters, we can distinguish between thick-coat grouts, which are mineral, cement and silicate plasters, and thin-coat grouts, which are mineral and polymeric mixtures. Thin-coat grouts differ according to their binders. It can be either gypsum, water silicate, lime or cement (mineral grouts) and, in two-component grouts (polymer mineral) it will additionally be a selected organic compound
Polymeric mineral masses and their advantages
Polymeric mineral compounds are much easier to use than traditional films, membranes and other waterproofing solutions. They enable to obtain waterproof coatings filling all the resulting irregularities, which are perfect for sealing irregularly shaped surfaces.
These are fast-setting, acrylate-based mortars. They are two-component products that allow for quick and effective repairs. Their application significantly increases the resilience of the surfaces.
Additionally, polymeric mineral masses differ from other insulation materials in their water vapor permeability. This allows the walls to maintain a favorable indoor microclimate.
Advantages of polymeric mineral masses:
- relatively easy to use,
- increase resistance to moisture,
- form waterproof coatings,
- they allow water vapour to pass through, ensuring the right microclimate,
- contain different ingredients and their contents, so they have different effects,
POLYMERIC MINERAL FILLERS – usage
Polymeric mineral compounds are most commonly used to create vertical insulation. Applied at temperatures above 5 degrees Celsius. do not require pre-priming for sealing.
These types of sealants are mineral products from which both flexible and rigid insulation coatings are formed. They are sold in dry form, so they need to be diluted with water. They allow to create vertical and horizontal insulation also in basement and foundation walls. The use of high quality materials allows the walls created to maintain proper circulation.
adaptation of polymeric mineral fillers:
- Application of polymeric sealants:
- sealing and repairing of substrates, even of irregular shape,
- vertical and horizontal insulation on foundation and basement walls,
- When creating floors and flooring,Polymeric compounds are also used to create insulation layers on floors and floors that are particularly exposed to moisture. Therefore, they can also be used for effective sealing of swimming pools and water reservoirs. These mortars are characterized by high resistance to all mechanical damages and chemical substances. Some of them have in their composition active components that penetrate into the substrate and react with water.
Mineral polymer compounds – how to use them properly?
Polymeric masses can be used at temperatures from 5 to 30 degrees C. It is worth knowing that the prepared mixes will behave differently depending on the given temperature. They will dry much faster in a warm environment, so smaller portions are necessary when applying the compound in this situation. Before laying the layers, it is necessary to clean the substrate from all dust and dirt. You can also slightly moisten them with water.
You will need plastering trowels and other tools to apply this type of grout. Do not use rusting tools, which will prevent rust stains on the surface. A thorough priming is necessary before laying, taking into account the manufacturer’s recommendations. This helps to increase adhesion and stabilize the particles.
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Due to their nature, polymeric mineral compounds are relatively easy to use. They ensure high imperviousness, durability and effectiveness of the layers. This makes them ideal for creating various types of insulation, facades and sealing.
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