Primer Guard Color Special concrete for 2 component products

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Article number: 90410001322

 

Coloured primer for two-component products on concrete

Primer that improves adhesion of bi-component products on all types of concrete.
Primer Guard® Color Special Concrete is a product designed to be used as a primer before application of any two-component products from the Guard Industrie range: ProtectGuard Color® Two-Component or AntiGraffiti Guard® Special Concrete. It facilitates adherence due to its capacity to attach itself strongly to the material. It therefore guarantees perfect adherence of two-component products.

PrimerGuard® Color is a non-film forming impregnation product, the material remains permeable to air and water vapour.

 

ADVANTAGES
  • Guarantees perfect adherence of two-component products
  • Homogenizes the support before protection
  • 40 standard colours
  • Lets the material breathe
USE
  • All types of concrete: standard, reinforced, fibre, UHPC, GRC
  • Facades
  • New or old
  • External or internal

 

Preparing the material:

  • Apply the product to a clean, dust-free, grease-free and dry surface.
     

 

Application:

  • Use the product in its pure form: do not dilute it.
  • Shake the packaging well before use and carry out a preliminary test.
  • Apply from bottom to top.
  • It is essential that Primer Guard® Color Special Concrete has an adhesive effect when you press down on it with your finger. If it does not, apply a new coating.
  • Primer Guard® Color Special Concrete must withstand dust for the 3 hours after application.
  • Primer Guard® Color Special Concrete can be covered in 4 hours at a temperature of 20°C.
  • It is nevertheless recommended to apply the two-component product within 4 to 48 hours following application of Primer Guard® Color Spécial Concrete.

 

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