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New build construction

Façades - as diverse and individual as faces

Efflorescence has become a more frequent occurrence on new brick façades in recent years. This is the result of an excessively high level of moisture absorption in the masonry during the construction phrase during which the brickwork cannot always dry quickly after the mortar has been applied and therefore the lime content in the mortar cannot set.

The joints on a building have a technical function and can make up to 20 % of the overall façade. However, the shape and colour of the joints can also have a decisive impact on the appearance of the façade.

Thanks to hydrophobizing impregnation, the capillary water absorption of a façade through rain and splashwater is significantly reduced. The water repelling, hydrophobic treatment is therefore a sensible damage-preventing and/or supplementary measure.

New build construction

10 products found


Article No. 067505

Acidic cleaner

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Cleaning paste for removing urban dirt

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Special detergent for removing green growth on terraces, stone floors and walls

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Hydrophobising impregnation in cream form on a silane base

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Clear, hydrophobising, solvent-based impregnation on a silane/siloxane base

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Cement-lime jointing mortar for new buildings

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Solvent-free, skin-forming peel-off paste for water-free removal of dust, soot and other impurities

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Solvent-free, film-forming peel-off paste for water-free removal of dust, soot and other impurities

Article No. 071905

Stone strengthener on a silicic acid ester base with a low gel deposition rate (10%) in order to prevent excessive surface consolidation and achieve uniform strength profiles