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ATLAS SILICATE RENDER

ATLAS SILICATE RENDER

thin-coat silicate render

ATLAS SILICATE RENDER

Most important features

  • long term durability and façade protection
  • highly alkaline and naturally resistant to mould, algae and lichen
  • perfect water vapour and CO2 permeability
  • hydrophobic, highly resistant to atmospheric factors and UV radiation
  • outstanding colour durability

Product description

ATLAS SILICATE RENDER is designed for application of decorative and protective thin-coat rendering coats, outdoors and indoors, upon existing and newly constructed buildings:
• in external thermal insulation composite systems (ETICS) with the use of polystyrene (EPS),
• upon even, appropriately prepared mineral substrates (e.g. concrete, traditional cement and cement-lime plasters).

ATLAS SILICATE RENDER is particularly recommended for:
• façades exposed to growth of biological life (infection of mould, algae, lichens) because of location (close to forest, clusters of greenery, water tanks, intensively shadowed, etc.); the render is characterised by high pH which blocks the development of biological corrosion,
• façades requiring free water vapour permeability – owing to very high vapour permeability the render is a perfect solution for walls made of cellular concrete, walls of old buildings, walls of swimming pools, laundries, kitchens, washing rooms, etc.,
• buildings located in zones of significant air pollution (city centers, close to industrial plants, etc.) – the render is resistant to direct acid environment action.

Main properties

  • Place of use – façade with external wall insulation with polystyrene, façade of solid wall, wall indoors.
  • Types of rendered buildings/objects – residential, public access, educational, healthcare, commercial and service, outbuildings, heritage buildings, passive housing, energy efficient buildings.
  • Building location – urban areas, industrial, investment and economic zones, rural and agricultural areas, wet and damp areas close to water tanks, areas close to clusters of greenery, shadowed places.
  • Types of substrates – base coat of listed external wall insulation system, concrete, traditional, cement and cement-lime plasters on walls made of ceramic, cellular or silicate bricks, blocks or hollow blocks, gypsum plasters and plasterboards (indoors).
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ATLAS SILICATE RENDER
ATLAS SILICATE RENDER
thin-coat silicate render

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