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ATLAS ZŁOTY WIEK TWC

ATLAS ZŁOTY WIEK TWC

lime - cement plaster

ATLAS ZŁOTY WIEK TWC

Product description

Recommended for plaster coating on surfaces covered with old lime and lime-cement plasters. It can also be used on rough surfaces of brick or natural stone.
As the surface finishing coat or – after rough troweling – as base coat plaster for other surface finishing coats (plaster category from 0 to III).
Based on lime, natural binder, used for manufacturing of renders for ages. The content of lime determines the elasticity of the plaster and its resistance to cracking.

Main properties

    Main parameters

    • compressive strength: 1.5 – 5.0 N/mm²
    • consumption: ca. 17 kg / 1 m² / 10 mm layer thickness
    • high vapour permeability
    • waterproof

    USE & PROPERTIES

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    ·          recommended for plaster coating on surfaces covered with old lime and lime-cement plasters. It can also be used on rough surfaces of brick or natural stone

    ·          for manual application

    ·          for walls and ceilings, for indoor and outdoor application

    ·          as the surface finishing coat or – after rough troweling – as base coat plaster for other surface finishing coats (plaster category from 0 to III)

    ·          based on lime, natural binder, used for manufacturing of renders for ages. The content of lime determines the elasticity of the plaster and its resistance to cracking

    ·          contains cement, increasing the resistance of the applied mortar to weather conditions and mechanical damage

    ·          high vapour permeability – a very important factor in case of old, humid substrates, the plaster enables free transport of water vapour and releasing the humidity by the material upon which it has been applied

    ·          easy for application and floating – due to the content of lime, the mortar is very plastic and has very good working parameters

    ·          light-grey coating colour – enables easy and economical covering the surface with paint

    ·          material developed specifically for the needs of renovation of historical buildings – characterized by optimally combined resistance, physical and chemical properties

    ·          waterproof

    ·          frost resistant

    SUBSTRATE PREPARATION

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    The method of surface cleaning must be individually adjusted for each object, depending on the strength and condition of the substrate material and its historic value. The substrate must be sound, free from dust, dirt, efflorescence, remains of painting coats. Hammer off poorly adhering pieces of the surface and remove loose or weak parts with steel brush. Directly before the application of plaster, wet the surface with water.

    APPLICATION

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    Pour the dry mix from the bag into a clean container with the suitable amount of water (recommended proportions: 7.5 – 8.0 l/25 kg) and mix mechanically until homogenous, lump free and without separating liquid. Apply the plaster in two coats - as scratch coat and final plaster coat. Apply the mortar manually with a trowel, in an even layer and level the surface with an H-rule and leave for initial setting. The moment of floating must be established experimentally in order not to allow over-drying of the plaster. Use tool appropriate for the expected finishing effect and purpose of the plaster. Protect the plaster against excessive drying, wetting it with water, if necessary.

    REMARKS

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    ·          The above information constitutes basic guidelines for the application of the product and does not release the user from the obligation of carrying out works according to engineering principles and OHS regulations.

    ·          The tools must be cleaned with clean water directly after use. Difficult to remove residues of the set adhesive can be removed with the ATLAS SZOP agent.

    ·          The shelf life of the product is 12 months from the production date shown on the packaging. The mortar must be transported and stored in tightly sealed bags, in dry conditions (most preferably on pallets).

    ·          Irritant – contains cement. Risk of serious damage to the eyes. Can trigger allergic reaction on contact with skin. Keep out of the reach of children. Do not inhale the dust. Rinse contaminated eyes with large amounts of water and seek doctor’s assistance. Wear appropriate protective clothing, protective gloves and goggles or face protection. In case of ingestion immediately seek medical advice – show the packaging or label.

    TECHNICAL DATA

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    ATLAS GOLDEN AGE TWC is a factory made dry mix manufactured on the basis of the highest quality mineral binder (lime and cement), quartz fillers and improvers. The product conforms to PN-EN 998-1 standard. EC Declaration of Performance No. AZW TWC/CPR.

    Mixing proportions: water/dry mix
    7.5 – 8.0 l/25 kg
    Pot life
    ca. 2 hours
    Consumption
    ca. 17 kg of mortar for 1 m²
    at 10 mm layer thickness
    Mortar preparation temperature,

    substrate and ambient temperature during work

    from +5°C to +30°C
    Max. aggregate grain size
    0.5 mm
    Min. / max. coat thickness
    5 mm / 30 mm
    Available packaging
    paper bags of 25 kg

    Content of soluble chromium (VI) in ready-to-use mix

    ≤ 0.0002%
     

    Factory made plastering mix of specified properties,

    general purpose (GP),
    suitable for indoor and outdoor use
    CE 09
    Reaction to fire - class
    A1
    Adhesion
    ≥ 0.3 N / mm² - FP:B
    Compressive strength
    1.5 – 5.0 N/mm²
    Water absorption
    N/A
    Water vapour permeability coefficient μ
    ≤ 15
    Thermal conductivity coefficient
    (average tabular value P=50%)
    0.83 W / mK (λ10,dry)
    Gross dry density
    ≤ 1800 kg/m³
    Durability.
    Mass decrement after freeze-thaw cycles
    < 3%
    Durability.

    Compressive strength decrease after freeze-thaw cycles

    < 10%
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    ATLAS ZŁOTY WIEK TWC
    ATLAS ZŁOTY WIEK TWC
    lime - cement plaster

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