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Nur Plaster Primer

Nur Plaster Primer

Gypsum-based construction material used for plastering before wall and ceiling painting and stacking of wall paper

 About the material

Nur Plaster Primer is a gypsum-based surface plaster with heat and sound insulation properties. The rules of preparation and use are simple. The initial timber length of 70-90 minutes allows the plaster to be easily applied. Properly designed and applied, it does not drain, ensures that the surface is smooth at optimum levels allows direct wallpaper mounting on the primer plaster. It fills cavities in places where it is applied, removes dirtiness and defects on the wall surface, prevents the formation of mushrooms and molds caused by regulation of moisture content in the spaces. It is fire-resistant. Human and environment friend.

Application areas

In interior space, walls and ceilings in offices, villas, hospitals, hotels, recreation and residential complexes

Monolithic cement and smooth surfaces inside the building

Directly on concrete surfaces, bricks and cubic stone

Benefits

It has high resistance

Lightly polished, almost gives smooth surface effect without polishing

Paint and wallpaper work is easily carried out

It regulates the moisture balance of the walls, resulting in the wall breathing

It does not crack, mold, it does not contribute to the spread of bacteria

Protects heat and creates sound insulation

Since it contains water has a fire retardant, is a fire-resistant

Surface Preparation

The lowest air temperature that can be used is + 5 ° C. The applied area should be cleaned of various contaminants (dust, lubricating stains, old paint). It is recommended that the wall or ceiling surface be moistened in conditions of high air temperature, airborne dirt, and excessive drying of the surface.

Mixing

1 kg of dry mixture is dissolved in 0.6 liters of pure water. The resulting solution should be sprinkled with water until complete ingredient is to be expected, and the water should dip into the dry mixture for 2-3 minutes. Then, the solution should be ready to be mixed until homogeneous with mechanical or manual method.

Storage conditions

It is advisable to store the plaster materials in tightly-sealed containers at dry temperatures above 0 ° C.

Technical features

Physical appearance – White powder

Plaster / water ratio: 100 g of plaster / 60 g of water

Duration of use: 70-90 minutes

Freezing time: 160-220 minutes

Usage: 1 cm thick 8.5-10 kg / m

Pressure resistance:> 2 N / mm2 (after 7 days)

Torsion resistance:> 1 N / mm2 (after 7 days)

Volume weight: 700-900 gr / lt

PH: 13-14

Surface hardness: 30 shore D

 

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