SurfaMix C – Elasticity and workability improvement of cement and plaster enhancing adhesion, elasticity, work-ability and water resistance

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Cement and plaster admixture for enhancing adhesion, elasticity, work-ability and water resistance.

SurfaMix C is an admixture for cementitious mortars that enhances adhesion and bonding on application surfaces. Furthermore, it improves elasticity and reduces cracking, shrinkage and the formation of water absorbing capillaries.

GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS

SurfaMix C is a water based, liquid formulation, which can be mixed with cementitious powders to enhance their adhesion and bonding on application surfaces. SurfaMix C improves workability, makes mixing easier and open time is almost double, enabling larger mix volumes and increasing workability during application. SurfaMix C promotes surface adhesion and bonding and reduces cement surface ingress of dirt and weathering. Furthermore, SurfaMix C prevents unwanted moisture, that may rise through the structure (i.e. rising damp) or penetrate from the outside (i.e. condensation). Finally, the cured cementitious mix is more durable against surface corrosion, negative water pressure, frost threat and extreme weather conditions.

APPLICATION SURFACES

Plasters, renders, exterior and interior masonry coatings, cementitious mortar/grout, patch, repair and re-profiling mortars, adhesive materials for tiles/stone, floor screeds/overlays

APPLICATION NOTE

Add SurfaMix C directly in the cementitious mix, at a ratio of 5-10 by weight of the cement used. Alternatively, add 2,5 – 5 Kg of SurfaMix C for every 50 Kg of cement. For strengthening of adhesive materials of tiles and stones add 0,5 kg SurfaMix C into 25 kg. SurfaMix C cannot be used as plasticizer in reiforced concrete. For improved water repellency use SurfaPore C on dry cement based surfaces. If you wish to paint use as a primer SurfaMix P.

SurfaMix C – Elasticity and workability improvement of cement and plaster enhancing adhesion, elasticity, work-ability and water resistance