Restoration plaster system for masonry work damaged by damp and salt without additional waterproofing measures
Areas of application
- Restoring living spaces
- Private areas
- High quality usable areas
- Directly usable surfaces
- High salt load in the masonry work
- Damp damage due to condensation
- For building sites under time pressure
- Base areas
- Interior and exterior areas
- White restoration plaster surface
- Low material rate
- High volume of entrained air
- Sulphate resistant
- Rapid, reactive bonding behaviour
- Vapour permeable
- Keeps the surface dry
- Extremely low shrinkage
1 Substrate preperation
- Remove the plaster from at least 80 cm beyond the damaged area.
- Scrape crumbly and salt loaded joints out to at least 20 mm deep.
- Use ESCO-FLUAT to convert sulphate and chloride salts from salts that dissolve easily to salts that are difficult to dissolve.
- Use THERMOPAL-GP11 to compensate for joints and voids.
2 Producing the horizontal damp proof barrier
- Use AQUAFIN-i380 or AQUAFIN-F to create a retroactive horizontal barrier.
- Use ASOCRET-M30 to seal the drilled holes again.
3 Restoration plaster system
- For improved adhesion, apply the THERMOPAL-SP splatterdash coat as a semi-covering to the load-bearing substrate.
- If required (e.g. high salt loading and large surface irregularities), apply the THERMOPAL-GP11 base plaster as an intermediate layer. Roughen up the surface horizontally for the subsequent restoration plaster.
- Use the THERMOPAL-ULTRA-white restoration plaster to plaster the wall surfaces.
- THERMOPAL-FS33 can be applied as a finish if fine plaster is required.