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RonaBond Crack Bridging Anti-Carbonation Coating WB

High build, elastomeric & waterproof anti-carbonation coating

Features and Benefits

  • High build anti-carbonation coating; excellent CO2 resistance
  • Excellent self-cleaning properties
  • Elastomeric & waterproof façade coating
  • Permanent flexibility
  • Dynamic crack accommodation up to 2mm
  • Water based
  • Colours from Zolpachrom 2 & 3 ranges + suitable RAL colours
  • Matt finish

Description

RonaBond Crack Bridging Anti-Carbonation Coating WB is a façade coating formulated on a water based acryl-siloxane.  It is used as a waterproof decorative coating and can be applied to most traditional building surfaces after suitable preparation.  The addition of siloxane improves shedding of pollutants from the surface and resistance to migration residues from the substrate.

 

RonaBond Crack Bridging Anti-Carbonation Coating WB is a high build elastomeric, waterproof and carbonation resistant coating. It protects facades against water ingress while allowing diffusion of normal levels of moisture vapour from the backgound. When applied to reinforced concrete it provides excellent protection against corrosion of reinforcement.

Pack Size

16 litre

Coverage Rates

3.5 or 5m2 per litre depending on system specified

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