Injection cream 80 (12,5 liter)
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Injection Cream 80 is used as an injection agent to stop and remedy rising damp in building masonry work. Under gravity the cream is brought into the masonry work through boreholes.

Product number

0691 

Weight   

13,000 KG

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€ 0,00 

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1-5 working days

€ 475,50
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Contents: 12,5 Liter

Property profile
Remmers Injection Cream 80 is an solventfree, aqueous, injection cream with an high active ingredient content of 80%.

  • Ready to use
  • Silane based, solvent-free
  • Very high yielding, low application rate
  • Optimised for application under gravity
  • Easy, fast and reliable
  • Suitable for a high degree of moisture saturation
  • Application rates can be easily calculated

Directions
Substrate preparation: Remove old render at least 80 cm above the visible moisture edge. Take out damaged joints at least 2 cm deep. Fill open joints with Remmers Undercoat Render. Coat wall surfaces up to 30 cm above the row of boreholes with Remmers Sulfatex Grout in the Remmers Kiesol System (mineral waterproofing with deep protection).

Adjacent surfaces: Building elements that should not come in contact with the impregnation agent (e.g. glass, coated surfaces and surfaces to be coated) - as well as plants - should be protected by suitable means (e.g. by covering with polyethylene sheets).

Injection: Injection Cream 80 is injected through boreholes in the masonry work. The boreholes are usually placed at ground height or floor height. The injection tube, which fits the diameter of the boreholes, is inserted as far as possible into the borehole. The boreholes should be evenly filled by slowly injecting the material into the borehole while pulling out the injection tube at the same time. For practical purposes, the distance between boreholes should be 12 cm with a borehole diameter of 12 mm. The depth of the borehole should be the depth of the masonry minus approx. 2 cm. Before injecting, always remove drilling dust from the boreholes first.

 

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