Hydrophobic impregnation

Product description


A modern, colorless formulation based on silicone resins. It is used for the hydrophobic impregnation of artificial concrete stone, concrete substrates, cement plasters, cement-fiber boards. In the case of newly made mineral substrates it is possible to apply the preparation after a 24-hour seasoning period
Note: The preparation should not be used on floor surfaces, and also to protect the substrate against soil moisture, surface water and pressurized water.
You cannot use the preparation for impregnating plasters and paint coatings based on plastics.


Substrate preparation:
The basic condition for a properly carried out impregnation is a properly prepared substrate surface. The surface should be evenly porous, clean and free from traces of grease. Application: The package contains the product ready for use. Apply the preparation on the substrate with a brush or by spraying (low pressure). It is recommended to paint a very absorbent substrate twice using the “wet on wet” method. A well and carefully applied impregnation protects to a large extent from the occurrence of stains and limescale blooms on concrete surfaces such as artificial stone and is much easier to clean.


Application: brush, roller or spraying with a low-pressure device Application temperature: from +5 to + 30 ° C. Number of layers: 1-2 (depending on the absorbency of the substrate) Efficiency up to 6 m2 / l or Consumption: about 0.2 l / m2 with 1 layer; Drying time: approx. 4 hours (at 20 ° C air temperature and 55% relative air humidity); Storage and transport: Store in original packaging, in covered and dry rooms at a temperature of 5 to + 30 ° C.
Protect against frost.
Shelf life: 12 months from the production date specified on the packaging.
Protect against freezing!


Work with the impregnating agent should be carried out using gloves and protective glasses. Provide effective air exchange. Maintain general health and safety rules. We recommend applying 2 times. The second time after drying of the 1st layer, i.e. after at least 4 hours. At air and substrate temperature from + 5 ° C to + 25 ° C