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TEMPO

Machine-applied Gypsum Plaster

TEMPO
P1  na ściany P1 na ściany
P3  do wewnątrz P3 do wewnątrz
N10 natrysk N10 natrysk

Product description

Machine–applied Gypsum Plaster TEMPO is designed for indoor execution of gypsum plasters onto appropriately prepared walls made of ceramic elements, sand–lime bricks, normal and cellular concrete, cement particle boards.
Can be used in rooms of standard air humidity including the kitchens and bathrooms.

Main properties

  • based on natural gypsum
  • pot life: 240 ± 30 minutes
  • flexural strength: ≥ 1.0 N/mm²
  • compressive strength: ≥ 2.0 N/mm²

Main parameters

  • Yield: 100 kg of gypsum = approx. 110 l of mortar
  • Consumption: approx. 0.9 kg / 1 m²/ 1 mm
  • Minimum coat thickness: 8 mm
  • Maximum coat thickness: 25 mm

USE

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Machine–applied Gypsum Plaster TEMPO is designed for indoor execution of gypsum plasters onto appropriately prepared walls made of ceramic elements, sand–lime bricks, normal and cellular concrete, cement particle boards. Can be used in rooms of standard air humidity including the kitchens and bathrooms. The mortar should not be used on metal, wooden and plastic substrates.

PROPERTIES

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Machine–applied Gypsum Plaster TEMPO is a dry mix based on natural gypsum binders sourced from gypsum stone calcination. It contains mineral fillers and components making the mix plastic, easy in use and well adhering. The single coat plaster is even, smooth, hard and provides a perfect substrate for painting, wallpapering and tiling. It is an ecological, environmentally friendly material, which ensures favourable room microclimate, with beneficial influence on human health and well-being. Additionally the plaster coat prevents the building construction elements against fire.

SUBSTRATE PREPARATION

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The substrate should be stable and cleaned of impurities which might reduce the gypsum adhesion, particularly of dust, dirt, form oils, greases, remains of paint coatings and anti-adhesion agents. Poorly adhering substrate elements should be hacked off, loose dusty fragments additionally cleaned with the use of a card. The substrate should be properly aged and its humidity must not exceed 3%. Very absorbent and porous substrates (cellular concrete, sand-lime and ceramic bricks) should be primed with one of the priming agents EURO-GRUNT. In case of smooth substrates or those of low absorptiveness (concrete), use the priming agent INTER-GRUNT. Any steel elements, which might contact the plaster directly, should be protected against corrosion. Frozen substrates must not be plastered. Steel beams forming the ceiling structural elements and joints of different materials should be, prior to the plaster application, additionally coated with the mortar with reinforcing mesh embedded.

MORTAR PREPARATION

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Machine – applied Gypsum Plaster TEMPO is prepared for use and applied with plastering units.

APPLICATION

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The plaster is applied with the use of a plastering unit for dry mixes. In order the facilitate the application and monitor the plaster thickness, one should install the battens on the walls. It is recommended to apply the plaster with a single coat of minimum thickness of 8 mm and maximum thickness of 25 mm. Spray the plastering mass of plastic consistency onto the substrate, in horizontal overlapping stripes, from the top to the bottom. Once applied, the mortar should be initially evened with a “H-type” darby, led along first, then from the bottom to the top of a wall. Any cavities should be regularly filled with additional mortar from the unit or manually with the use of a stainless plastering trowel and levelled. When the mortar partially sets, i.e. after approx. 80 – 120 minutes, the plaster plane and corners should be formed with the use of a feather edge or a long float, and minor cavities or irregularities, if any, filled with a stainless plastering trowel. Appropriately set plaster should be misted and floated with a sponge float in order to “extract” bleed water onto the surface. Once it becomes matt, it should be uniformly spread upon the whole surface with a long float. Caution! Plasters planned to be covered with ceramic tiling should be floated “rough” with a sponge float. In other cases, the surface smoothing gives smooth surface with fine pores. During the first 24 hours after application, the gypsum plaster should not be exposed to draught or direct sunlight. Next, it is recommended to ventilate the rooms thoroughly, which greatly facilitates the plaster drying. Detailed information on the substrate preparation and plasters application can be provided by the manufacturer. The drying time depends on the plaster thickness, temperature and humidity of a room. It can be assumed that the plaster of thickness of 15 mm, in a properly ventilated room and temperature above 15 °C,  dries approx. 14 days. The plaster surface must dry properly before any subsequent cladding or painting works.

CONSUMPTION

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The average consumption is ca. 0.9 kg per 1 m² for coat thickness of 1 mm.

PACKAGES

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Paper bags 30 kg.

STORAGE AND TRANSPORT

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Store in closed original and labeled containers in dry, well ventilated rooms, preferably on pallets. Do not expose to direct
sunlight. Store in containers protected against corrosion. Keep away from drinks and food. Protect against moisture - the
product hardens irreversibly when exposed to moisture. Under the above conditions, no adverse interactions are known.
The shelf life is 6 months from the production date placed on the bag.

ATTENTION

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Keep away from children. Avoid breathing dust. Wear protective gloves, protective clothing, eye protection, face protection.
In case of eye contact, rinse cautiously with water for several minutes. Remove contact lenses, if present and easy to
do. Continue to rinse. Proceed according to the Safety Data Sheet.

TECHNICAL DATA

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Mixing ratio:
ca. 18.5 l of water for 30 kg of dry mix
Yield:
100 kg of gypsum = ca. 110 l of mortar
Pot life:
240 ±30 minutes (depending on storage period and conditions, room temperature and humidity)
Beginning of setting:
> 50 minutes
Conditions during plastering:
substrate and ambient temperature:
+5 °C and +25 °C, room humidity: up to 70%
Bonding to the substrate:
≥ 0.1 N/mm²
Flexural strength:
≥ 1.0 N/mm²
Compressive strength:
≥ 2.0 N/mm²
Bulk density:
approx. 900 kg/m³
Specific gravity:
approx. 900 kg/m³
Minimum coat thickness:
8 mm
Maximum coat thickness:
25 mm

Standard marking
Gypsum plaster for plastering walls
EN 13279-1- B1/50/2
Use
Indoors
Reaction to fire
Class A1
Airborne sound insulation
NPD
Thermal resistance
NPD

 

TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS

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TEMPO DOLINA NIDY is a construction product for which the technical specification is the harmonized European standard PN-EN 13279-1: 2009.

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Declaration of Performance Nr EC 09/1/CPR

PN-EN 13279-1:2009 (EN 13279-1:2008)

MACHINE-APPLIED

GYPSUM PLASTER

TEMPO DOLINA NIDY (2019)

Intended use: general construction

Reaction to fire (when exposed directly)

A1

Airborne sound insulation

(in end use conditions)

NPD

Thermal resistance

NPD

 

The product has a PZH Hygienic Certificate and a Radiation Hygiene Certificate.

The following must be observed:

              - proper storage of the product

              - priming and proper preparation of the substrates

              - applying the recommended plaster thicknesses

              - proper humidity and temperatures of substrate and ambient

              - recommended plaster care

The manufacturer is not responsible for the consequences of using the product contrary to the above recommendations and principles of the art of building

 

Release date: 23/01/2019. With the issue of this technical data sheet, all previous ones become void.