ACRYL-PUTZ® MS30 - Putty for jointing plaster cardboard panels without tape
Highly flexible putty containing cellulose fibres and plastic dispersions reducing loads as a result of difference in material joints. The final surface is smooth and ready for painting and wallpapering.
ACRYL-PUTZ® MS30 is designed for jointing plaster cardboard panels inside of premises without necessity to use the reinforced tape. It can also be applied to fill in cracks and scratches on the surface of walls and ceilings, assembly of angles, cover screws etc.
Thanks to cellulose fibres content ACRYL-PUTZ® MS30 putty for jointing plaster cardboard panels without tape has better durable properties and optimal flexibility. Fibres prevent form cracks and make the structure of the putty more flexible.
ACRYL-PUTZ® MS30 contains special polymer resin which enhances significantly its durable parameters and determines excellent adhesive properties of the putty to the surface.
- jointing surface must be solid, dry and free of dust, grease, loose plaster grains and any contamination
- plaster cardboard panels are to be assembled in accordance with existing assembly principles
- all construction malfunctions are to be fixed
- all cut edges are to be smoothed by plane or knife and primed by ACRYL-PUTZ®
- scratches must be deepened
- spots particularly exposed to cracks for example wooden construction of attic, it’s recommended to use the reinforced tape
- estimated amount of dry putty is to be put and stirred simultaneously into a container with the following proportion, 1 kg of dry putty for 0.5l of water,
- the content of the container must be stirred carefully, by using a low-speed stirrer until obtaining homogenous, easy-to-apply mass without lumps
- ready-to-use putty mass must be stirred again after 5 minutes
- ready-to-use putty mass is applicable for about 1 hour
- each putty preparation must be performed by clean tools and containers
- minimum two layers of the putty are to be applied by putty knife, stainless steel float
- application works are to be carried out at the air and surface temperature from +10 °C
- jointing without tape/ fixing cracks – the first layer – fill in the joint and after about 50 minutes collect excess of the putty. The second layer – fill in the area of joint by using a wide float so as to obtain smooth and even surface.
- after drying, if necessary, apply the third layer by using even wider float
- jointing with the use of tape – apply the putty along the joint so that the tape or net can be put onto the wet surface
- the tape is to be put bulge to the walls so that centre of its width runs along the joint
- by using the putty knife remove air bubbles under the tape by pressing it into new applied putty mass