Primer KLESTER System

Primer for silicate plasters, produced based on liquid potash glass. Limits and smoothes the absorbency of the substrate without reducing vapor permeability. Does not contain organic solvents. Facilitates the application of paint coatings and increases the adhesion to the substrate.

Solvent-free deep-penetrating primer. It is produced based on aqueous dispersion of acrylic resin. Limits and smoothes the absorbent surface, strengthens dust-producing substrates. Increases adhesion, facilitates the application of paint coatings or solutions.

The single-component waterproofing mixture in the form of a dry mixture is industrially manufactured with the addition of mineral and organic binding materials, mineral fillers and modifying agents.

Solvent-free primer produced based on aqueous dispersion of acrylic resin. Limits and smoothes the absorbent surface, strengthens dust-producing substrates. Increases adhesion, facilitates the application of paint coatings or solutions. Resistant to saponification and atmospheric impacts. Suitable for interior and exterior works.

Primers are the basis for any work

It is used in the majority of construction works: plastering of walls, installation of self-leveling floors, usage of adhesive mixtures, painting.

The main advantages include uniform drying of the layer subsequent to the priming, prevention from the appearance of fungi and mold, dust removal of the surface, adhesive qualities. These benefits are appreciated by many professionals.
It should be added that the usage of primers substantially reduces the consumption of building materials applied to the treated surface.
During soil hardening a crystalline carcass on the surface is formed, it is this property of the primer that improves the adhesion of the material applied to the surface. Such a crystalline framework creates a good vapor-permeable basis, allowing the walls to "breathe".

Depending on the nature of the works and the type of surface the preference is given for one or the other primer.

The most common group of primers are the penetrators. The main task of the primer is to fix the subsequent layer applied to the substrate.
For poorly absorbent substrates the adhesive primer is applied.
Loosened substrates should be treated with impregnating primer (deep-penetrating primer). Such primer penetrates into the loosened foundation, strengthening it and normalizing the absorbent properties of the surface.

ПBy usage we distinguish between facade primers and primers for internal works.
The main quality of facade primers is the increased moisture resistance. Such primer will resist the negative environment for many years (rain, frost, temperature changes, etc.).

The primer for internal works should first of all be ecological and have high adhesion.

You can familiarize yourselves with the primer usage techniques by following the link.