Pretreatments and primers

So stick the top coat remains

A primer or undercoat is applied to mineral materials such as plaster or concrete to reduce the porosity of the substrate and compensate for different absorbency different substrates. In a painting by less ink is required.

There are solvent-based and water (solvent-free) primers. In sandendem underground (usually in very old plaster layers or poorly processed concrete) is the primer solvent-dependent, since they can penetrate deeper into the surface and so more can contribute to a strengthening material. Solvent-based primer should, if possible, be applied only in the outer region, since such residues still outgas noticeable after several weeks of the machined surfaces. Solvent-free primer can be applied on all absorbent substrates in interior and exterior applications.


Flyer Pretreatments inside and outside
Flyer Pretreatments EN 2013.pdf
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