KÖSTER Crisin 76 200ml - Waterproof Lab

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SKU: M279200 Categories: , Tags: , ,

Very low viscosity synthetic resin for waterproofing against rising damp (wicking moisture) even in case of high moisture and salt contents in the masonry. Due to its very low density and its surface tension which is considerably lower than that of water, KÖSTER Crisin 76 Concentrate displaces water from the capillaries. After full cure, KÖSTER Crisin 76 Concentrate remains elastic and does not rot.

Density: 0.91 g/cm³, viscosity 15 mPa·s. KÖSTER Crisin 76 Concentrate is resistant to all aggressive media which are usually encountered in masonry such as acids, alkalis and salts, during application as well as after full cure. Together with KÖSTER Restoration Plasters it is suitable for the restoration of masonry.

NB Note:

Most walls in South Africa comply to the 25-30cm wall thickness spec. To be safe we spec a for 30cm thick wall, ie. for every METER you will require
1. 8 Crisin 76 Cart cartridges
2. 8 Suctions Cups
3. 3 x 90mm Capillary Rods
Note: it is your responsibility to measure correctly

 

Weight 1 kg
Dimensions 14 × 5 × 5 cm

How to apply KÖSTER Crisin 76

How to apply KÖSTER Crisin 76 Concentrate

Remove the plaster and any loose materials completely from the wall.
Drill the boreholes at the required distance (see table). The length of the borehole is the thickness of the wall minus 5 cm. Clean the boreholes with pressurized air or a brush, e.g. a steel wire cylinder brush to remove the drilling dust. If there is a high level of moisture, rinsing may also be necessary.

After that, the KÖSTER Capillary Rod is cut to the required length (depth of the borehole + 7 cm) and inserted into the
borehole. Then the KÖSTER Suction Angle is installed. Then, the cartridge filled with KÖSTER Crisin 76 Concentrate is set into the KÖSTER Suction Angle. The KÖSTER Crisin 76 Concentrate flows into the supply chamber of the KÖSTER Suction Angle where the liquid is absorbed by the KÖSTER Capillary Rod. The injection liquid is transported through the KÖSTER Capillary Rod.

It is only released into the wall where the KÖSTER Capillary Rod has contact with the wall of the borehole. In those places where the KÖSTER Capillary Rod does not have contact with the wall of the borehole (like cracks and voids in the masonry), no injection liquid is released and thus no injection liquid is lost into cracks or voids.

Once the cartridge is empty, the cartridge and the suction angle can be removed. Both can be re-used. The cartridges can be removed after 7 days but are usually empty before that. Once the cartriges are removed, the capillary rods are pulled out, cut off approx. 2–3 cm, and then pushed back into the boreholes. The boreholes are then closed using KÖSTER KB-Fix 5. The KÖSTER Capillary Rods stay inside the borehole. As an ideal combination the wall or substrate can be renovated with KÖSTER Restoration Plasters after deep priming and salt treatment with KÖSTER Polysil TG 500.

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SKU: M279200 Categories: , Tags: , ,

Very low viscosity synthetic resin for waterproofing against rising damp (wicking moisture) even in case of high moisture and salt contents in the masonry. Due to its very low density and its surface tension which is considerably lower than that of water, KÖSTER Crisin 76 Concentrate displaces water from the capillaries. After full cure, KÖSTER Crisin 76 Concentrate remains elastic and does not rot.

Density: 0.91 g/cm³, viscosity 15 mPa·s. KÖSTER Crisin 76 Concentrate is resistant to all aggressive media which are usually encountered in masonry such as acids, alkalis and salts, during application as well as after full cure. Together with KÖSTER Restoration Plasters it is suitable for the restoration of masonry.

NB Note:

Most walls in South Africa comply to the 25-30cm wall thickness spec. To be safe we spec a for 30cm thick wall, ie. for every METER you will require
1. 8 Crisin 76 Cart cartridges
2. 8 Suctions Cups
3. 3 x 90mm Capillary Rods
Note: it is your responsibility to measure correctly

 

Weight 1 kg
Dimensions 14 × 5 × 5 cm

How to apply KÖSTER Crisin 76

How to apply KÖSTER Crisin 76 Concentrate

Remove the plaster and any loose materials completely from the wall.
Drill the boreholes at the required distance (see table). The length of the borehole is the thickness of the wall minus 5 cm. Clean the boreholes with pressurized air or a brush, e.g. a steel wire cylinder brush to remove the drilling dust. If there is a high level of moisture, rinsing may also be necessary.

After that, the KÖSTER Capillary Rod is cut to the required length (depth of the borehole + 7 cm) and inserted into the
borehole. Then the KÖSTER Suction Angle is installed. Then, the cartridge filled with KÖSTER Crisin 76 Concentrate is set into the KÖSTER Suction Angle. The KÖSTER Crisin 76 Concentrate flows into the supply chamber of the KÖSTER Suction Angle where the liquid is absorbed by the KÖSTER Capillary Rod. The injection liquid is transported through the KÖSTER Capillary Rod.

It is only released into the wall where the KÖSTER Capillary Rod has contact with the wall of the borehole. In those places where the KÖSTER Capillary Rod does not have contact with the wall of the borehole (like cracks and voids in the masonry), no injection liquid is released and thus no injection liquid is lost into cracks or voids.

Once the cartridge is empty, the cartridge and the suction angle can be removed. Both can be re-used. The cartridges can be removed after 7 days but are usually empty before that. Once the cartriges are removed, the capillary rods are pulled out, cut off approx. 2–3 cm, and then pushed back into the boreholes. The boreholes are then closed using KÖSTER KB-Fix 5. The KÖSTER Capillary Rods stay inside the borehole. As an ideal combination the wall or substrate can be renovated with KÖSTER Restoration Plasters after deep priming and salt treatment with KÖSTER Polysil TG 500.

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