Baumit KZP 65 can be hand applied using appropriate tools. Small quantities can be mixed with a paddle mixer. For larger areas continuous mixers and mortar pumps or an all-in-one plastering machine provide a more efficient application of the product, The product should be mixed with clean water free of additives.
The minimum application thickness for a render basecoat is 15 mm and 3 mm for a topcoat.
Render thicknesses greater than 20 mm must be built up in multiple coats. Each coating must be allowed to fully cure (1 day/mm thickness) and the surface well keyed before receiving the following coating.
Adequate standing time is particularly important in low temperatures which slow down the curing process! Apply the render in two passes (fresh-in-fresh) on to substrates with high suction.
Any dubbing coats or levelling coats should be compatible in strength. Each render coat should be ruled off flat with a straight edge, filling in undulations to produce a flat and even render layer.
On hardening the surface can be float finished or scraped with a grid float in tight circular motions in preparation for receiving decorative topcoat renders or tiles.
KZP 65 DATA SHEET
£16.00 inc VAT
£13.00 inc VAT
£9.59 inc VAT
£9.31 inc VAT
£7.19 inc VAT
£7.07 inc VAT