Konstrukt™ Permaplast™ K-201 High-Performance Acrylic Skimcoat

Konstrukt™ Permaplast™ K-201 High-Performance Acrylic Skimcoat is a specially formulated bonding paste that is mixed with cement and applied on interior and exterior concrete substrates to correct surface imperfections prior to painting. It dries to a smooth cement finish and it repairs bubbles, honeycomb, and concrete defects such as waviness and plumbness from 2mm to 3mm thick.
It is ideal for interior and exterior concrete surfaces.

Technical Data

Principal Uses

It is ideal for interior and exterior concrete surfaces.

Vehicle Type

Acrylic

VOC
(±2.0 g/L)

10 g/L

Pot Life

30 minutes to 1 hour

Dry Time

Recoat: 1 hour
Cure: 7 days

Theoretical Coverage

10 sq. m. per 2mm coat per 4-Liters

Clean-up Solvent

Water

Packaging

4-Liters and 16-Liters

Application

Trowel or putty knife

Mixing Ratio

Approximately 5-kg cement per 4-Liters of K-201 High Performance Acrylic Skimcoat

FEATURES

Fixes wall imperfections from 2mm to 3mm thick
Minimizes the use of putty
Minimizes cracking and improves water resistance
Improves alkali resistance
Imparts a smooth, luxurious look

SERVICE CONDITIONS

Do not apply product on painted surface.

SURFACE PREPARATION

Surface should be clean and dry, free from oil, grease, dirt, contaminants, and all loose grit and mortar. Defects on concrete like plumbness that are more than 3mm thick should be addressed by using exterior renders. Always dampen the concrete before application. Plastered walls should already be cured for at least 14-28 days prior to the application of a skimcoat.

MATERIAL PREPARATION

Put K-201 High-Performance Acrylic Skimcoat in a suitable container and mix it with sifted cement at a 1:1 ratio by weight until a lump-free, homogenous paste is achieved. Do not add water. Use Portland cement (for ordinary cement color) or white cement (to produce a white finish).

APPLICATION SCHEDULE

Using a steel trowel, apply a thin layer of mixture on the surface by firmly pressing the edge of the trowel on the concrete until all areas are covered. Let it dry for at least 1 hour before applying the second coat. If trowel marks are visible, let surface dry for at least another hour before sanding to further smoothen surfaces. Allow at least 7 days before painting. No need to neutralize.