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BORNIT® Anti Sulphate

deep primer | solvent-free | masonry renovation | basement waterproofing
BORNIT
Short information
  • solvent-free
  • economical and cost-reducing, as there is low requirement of equipment, material and labor
Product
Colour
Content
Anti Sulphate
transparent
10 kg / canister
sufficient for:
Order-No.
EAN code
euro pallet
76,9 - 100,0 m²
6800000410
4 017228 00462 4
60 canister
Anti Sulphate
transparent
1 kg / bottle
sufficient for:
Order-No.
EAN code
7,69 bis 10,0 m²
6900002779
4 017228 00478 5
Consumption
as a deep-penetrating primer approx. 100 – 130 g/m²; in case of highly absorbent substrates, consumption could double
Storage note
  • sensitive to frost
  • in originally sealed containers storable for 12 months

Complementary products
Follow-up products
Status technical data sheet
26 November 2020

Areas of application
BORNIT® Anti-Sulphate is used for solidifying and for reducing absorbency of mineral substrates. With its low viscosity, it penetrates deep into the substrate and prevents scaling. It is suitable as a measure for masonry rehabilitation and subsequent basement waterproofing against mortar-destroying salts and efflorescence. It reduces the risk of salt efflorescence occurring again under BORNIT® Renovation Plasters. Furthermore, BORNIT® Anti-Sulphate serves surface hardening of concrete, masonry (joints), plaster (lime and cement plasters) and sandstone.

Type and properties
BORNIT® Anti-Sulphate is a thin-liquid polymer- and silicate-based combination product. Using BORNIT® Anti-Sulphate, the water-soluble, mortar-decomposing salts, such as sulphates and chlorides, are inactivated by enclosing them, and thus converted into insoluble or poorly soluble, resp., compounds, so that they cannot cause any destruction anymore. With its solidifying effect and hydrophobic properties, the chemical and mechanical resistance of mineral construction materials is increased, and the re-occurrence of salt efflorescence is avoided. Not suitable for gypsum substrates.

Advantages
  • solvent-free
  • economical and cost-cutting, due to low equipment and material costs and effort

Surface
The mineral substrate must be clean, firm and free from separating substances, oils and greases. Voids and depressions must be removed. Masonry must be fully grouted. The substrate must be moistened prior to application. Standing water must be removed. Dusty and salt-damaged substrates must be primed with BORNIT® Basic Primer. Rigid mineral sealing slurries are not capable of bridging crack formation. Therefore, it must be ensured that no crack movements occur in the substrate.

Processing
BORNIT® Anti-Sulphate can be brushed on and sprayed on. During the hardening phase, the ambient and substrate temperatures must not drop below 0 °C. Salts migrating to the surface during the hardening period must be removed using brushes.

Consumption
As a deep-penetrating primer approx. 100 – 130 g/m². In case of highly absorbent substrates, consumption could also double, for more exact determination, prepare test surfaces at the respective structure on site.

Product data in brief
Product type
solvent-free façade impregnation
Solvent
water
Density at +20 °C
1.03 g/cm³
PH-value
11,5
Consistency
thin liquid
Film-forming components
8 %
Colour(s)
transparent – light
Application
brushing, spraying
Processing temperature (ambient and substrate)
min. 5 °C
Cleaning
immediately after use with water
Storage
sensitive to frost
Shelf life
in originally sealed containers storable for 12 months
GISCODE
M-GF01
Substances hazardous to health in terms of the ordinance on hazardous materials
also see “Health and fire protection, occupational safety”
Hazard class according to ADR
none

surface
slightly sticky

Health and fire protection, occupational safety
For information on handling, safety and ecology, please refer to the current safety data sheet.

Storage
Can be stored for 12 months in the original sealed container, cool and frost-free.

Disposal note
Only recycle completely empty containers. Material residues can be disposed of according to AVV-ASN: 060299 (used alkaline solutions (lyes)).

Note
The above information replaces all previous technical information about the product. Thus, this information is no longer valid. The details have been compiled according to the latest state of application technology. Please observe, however, that, depending on the state of the construction object, deviations from the method of application suggested in the datasheet may be required. Unless agreed otherwise in individual contracts, any information contained in the datasheet shall be non-binding and thus does not represent an agreed product constitution. We reserve the right to any changes in the information contained in this datasheet anytime.
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