Decorative acrylic ANSERGLOB "baranets" plaster with granulation of grain of 1.5 mm and 2.0 mm; It is intended for decorative, thin-layer plastering of internal and external walls of buildings, and also as a finishing decorative coating in ANSERGLOB bonded thermal insulation system. It is applied to any mineral substrates, such as cement-sand and cement-lime plasters (age 28 days, humidity less than 4%); gypsum plasters (humidity less than 1%); concrete foundations (age 3 months, humidity less than 4%), etc. Decorative acrylic ANSERGLOB “baranets” plaster is tinted according to the COLOR SYSTEM and NCS systems or applied in the basic white color. Not recommended for use on the basement of the building. It forms a characteristic uniformly rough surface with a uniformly granular effect.
Preparation of the base is carried out in accordance with DSTU - N B A.3.1-23: 2013 and DBN B.2.6-212-2016. The base must be durable, free from dust, dirt, lime, grease, oil or emulsion paints. During repair work, before applying the plaster, it is necessary to carefully remove fragile sections of the base. Level irregularities up to 3 mm with putty of finish ANSERGLOB BCT 25, large roughnesses of the walls with ANSERGLOB BCT 20 plaster mortar. Strong and dense cement-sand and cement-lime plasters, concrete substrates are pre-treated with ANSERGLOBE EG 62 emulsion and substrates. highly absorbent cement-lime and cement-sand plasters must first be primed with one of the deep-penetrating primers ANSERGLOB, and then apply the adhesive emulsion ANSERGLOB EG 62 and withstand until completely dry. Paint coatings from glue and lime paints should be carefully removed, and the surface primed with ANSERGLOB EG 62 emulsion. Coatings from oil and polymer paints should be removed mechanically or with a solvent, and then the entire surface should be treated with ANSERGLOB EG 62 adhesive emulsion and maintained for at least 3 - 6 o'clock. ANSERGLOB EG 62 adhesive emulsion is recommended to be used in a color close to the color of the plaster.
Mix the plaster in the container with a drill at low speed. The plaster is applied to the base with a stainless steel grater, which is held at an angle of 60 degrees to the surface. When the mortar ceases to adhere to the tool (5-15 minutes), the plaster is given a texture using a plastic grater. When performing work on the formation of the texture, the tool must be held parallel to the surface. Work on one surface should be carried out continuously, adhering to the “wet to wet” rules, not allowing the wiped layers to dry before applying the next layers. In case of a break in work, glue the masking tape along the line where the completion of work is planned, apply the plaster with the run on the masking tape and give it the desired texture. Then immediately remove the masking tape along with the remnants of fresh plaster.
Do not use corrosive containers or tools.
Average consumption of the decorative plaster is:
Grain size 1,5 mm –
Grain size 2 mm –