DIASEN C. W. C. Stop Condense

Anti-mould paint

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C. W. C. Stop Condense


Anti-mould paint

White coating, latex-based with specific mineral powders, that, thanks to insulating features, allow to keep surfaces warmer, eliminating thermal bridge. there is a +5°C of difference between the surface treated with C.W.C. and the one treated with a traditional paint. These heat degrees also prevent the air from condensing onto the wall, even if there is a relative humidity in the room (up to 90%), the condensation is eliminated and therefore also moulds. ADVANTAGES • Do-it your self • Definitive and cheap solution • Hygienic reclamation of residential environments • It is possible to paint on the product with hydropaint • Final physical solution (not chemical) USES Painting of cold surfaces that cause condensation and the spreading of mould. To cover pillars, reinforced cement walls, not insulated walls and against thermal bridges. APPLICATION Remove any presence of mould washing the surface with bleach (1 part) diluted with water (10 parts). A fixative is not necessary and the product can be applied onto the existent paint. Dilute with 10-15% of water and apply by brush. 1.Apply a first coat by brush making sure to completely cover the surface and with a very thin layer. 2.When the first coat is dry, apply the second one. 3.With great mould and thermal bridges, apply a third coat, taking care to obtain a total thickness of about 0,7 mm. TECHNICAL DATA Aspect White creamy Difference of temperature onto concrete. +5°C Superficial drying temperature +5°C Steam permeability (high transpiration) μ =8 Resistance after 50 cycles freezing/defrosting (-15°C /+ 15°C) (UNI EN 202) Inaltered YIELD Lt/m² 0,5-0,7. PACKAGING Tin of Lt 5. Plastic pail of Lt 15. COLOUR White. STORAGE Store the product in the dark in temperatures between +5°C and +35°C. Use by: 24 months.

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