It is Used as a first hand (peck or spat,) in all techniques and plastering methods, creating the substrate for the application of the remaining plaster layers. Suitable for both internal and external surfaces. It is Applied on bricks, concrete blocks, elements of concrete (YTONG-ALFABLOCK, etc.) (columns-ceilings-beams, etc.) stone, thermal insulation plates, and other materials. In cases Of particularly difficult surfaces, such as visible concrete, the addition of MARMOLINE MP 20 resin is required.
Resistance to moisture and frost.
Internal and external use.
Preparation Speed-Ease of application.
How to Apply
Check the surface to be clean and free from loose materials and corrode the
For the best results for subsequent layers of plaster, it is recommended to install metal guides and MARMOLINE angle valves.
Mix well with the hand or cement mixer, a sack with the necessary amount of water. The process is simplified by the use of the special machinery available to the company
The amount of water added is proportional to the desired liquidity
Apply in thickness up to 1 cm
The mud should be gets splattered evenly on the wall, either with trowel or with motor
Soak the plaster surface on the same day, and depending on the weather conditions, you corrode periodically for the next 2 – 3 days
Mixing Water: 6-7 lt/sack 40 kg.
European Standard EN 998-1:2010 (GP/CSIII)
Granulometry: 0-4 mm.
Specific weight of fresh mortar: 1980 kg/m³
Compressive Strength at 28 days: 5.0 MPa. (category CSIII) (ΕΝ 1015 – 11)
Bending Strength at 28 days: 1.5 MPa. (ΕΝ 1015 – 11)
Application Temperature: + 5 °C to + 35 °C.
How to Dispose
In bags of 40 kg.
In a pallet of 1400 kg, 35 paper sacks of 40 kg.
In magnacous of 1000 kg.
In Bulk in silos with a capacity of 12-18-22 m³.
In an intact packaging, in a dry environment, for 12 months from the date of production.
You Need about 6-8 kg of mortar per m² for plaster of 0.5 cm thick.