Inorganic white mineral plaster, ready to use and with excellent aspect. It is formed of lime and cement, for indoor and outdoor use, applicable mechanically or manually on brick walls, stone or cement blocks. Thixotropic product with controlled rheology, high dimensional stabilitty, low elastic module and high vapor permeability.
Intocem i3 is a foundation plaster formed of hydrated lime and cement, applicable manually or mechanically. Selected inerts in controlled granulometry, high quality binders and proper additives make the product perfectly workable with excellent results and water vapor permeability. The mixture makes the product perfect for any kind of brick wall, stone or cement block. Perfectly balanced micropores in the mixture bestow the right density to eliminate thermal dispersion and improve the qualitative perception of spaces. Hight perspirability and natural row materials grant high quality plasters for high living standard houses.
25 kg paper sacks on flatcars of 1,400 kg
It lasts 9 months inside its intact package stocked in dry places.
- Aspect: white pre-mixed powder
- Use: foundation plaster formed of lime and cement for indoor and outdoor use
- Lay Foundations: Full bricks, perforated bricks, earthquake-proof block, cement blocks, natural stone walls slightly absorbent
- Mixture Realization: plasterer machine, concrete mixer, blending drill
- Application: Mechanical with plasterer machine or manually
- Minimum depth: inside 10 mm, outside 20 mm
- Maximum depth per layer: 20 mm
- Maximum depth of final result: 60 mm
- Laying conditions: from +5 °C to +35 °C
- Consumption: 13 kg/m2 each cm of depth
- Pre mixed powder:
- granulometry: 0 – 1.5 mm
- Volume mass of the powder: 1326 kg/m3
- Fresh mortar:
- Water: 19%
- Mixture resting time: 0 minutes
- Mixture lasting time: 40 minutes
- Mass volume of fresh mortar: 1,750 kg/m3
- Harden Mortar:
- Mass volume of harden and dry mortar: 1500 kg/m3
- Average resistance to fexure after 28 days: ≥ 1.50 N/mm2
- Average resistance to compression after 28 days: ≥ 3.50 N/mm2
- Average resistance to adherence after 28 days on “fu“: ≥ 0.40 N/mm2 – A
- Absorbency water coefficient by capillarity “Cm“: ≤ 0.60 kg/(m2 min1/2)
- Thermal Conductivity “λ10 dry” (scheduled value): 0.54 W/m K
- Average Value of resistance factor to diffusion “μ”: ≤ 12
- Fire Reaction: Class A1
- Traces Realization: 7 days
- Finishing renovation laying: 48 – 72 hours
- Painting and coating laying: 28 days
- outdoor: Lavedil SQ, Lavelast, Silicat painting, Siloxan painting
- indoor: Pittura a Calce, Super, White Fast, New, New Super
- High level and quality Finishing:
- outdoor: INTONACHINO A CALCE, Frattazzato, Silikat INTO, Siloxan INTO
- indoor: Marmorino, Grassello 600
Foundation plasters for indoor/outdoor walls and attics can be realized by using pre-mixed inorganic mineral mortar formed of lime, cement and specific inerts with a controlled granulometry (1.5 mm to mix only with clean water like Intocem i3).The laying-up can be mechanical or manual. The support must be clean, seasoned, compact and dry. The plaster must have a depth not lower than 1.0 cm until a maximum of 2.0 cm. Thicker layers can be applied after 24 hours avoiding depth higher than 6 cm. During the hardening phase, scrap the plaster to compact the surface and make it coarse in order to apply the final finishing. The coloring will be done by painting.
- Do not apply over bituminous sheath or wood, plastic, metal, rubber, chalk supports.
- Wet surfaces which are mainly absorbent before laying and avoid water spots left over.
- Only apply on clean, resistant and compact supports.
- Previously apply primer latex on smooth or scarcely absorbent supports and lay the plaster with “fresco su fresco” technique.
- Outdoors plasters must be made with 2 layers with a depth not lower than 2cm: make the first rendering layer and after 24 hours apply the second layer to complete.
- Walls having scratches that have not been filled with mortar, must be, at least 24 hours before the plaster application, filled up with stucco. The operation, especially for outdoor walls, is very important in order to avoid micro cracks.
- If you need to apply more layers, spread the plaster from the bottom to the top with a toothed spatula to create a coarse overlapping surface.
- If you need to plaster mixed walls, you first need to make a proper rendering to compact the support.
- Protect the laid up product from rain, freeze and thermal shocks caused by wind or sun for 48 hours. Temperatures lower than +5 °C and higher than +35 °C during the 24 hours that follow the lay-up, may modify the hardening times and damage final mechanical performances.
- Do not apply wet thin mortar as renovation finishing in outdoor places because it doesn’t resist to atmospheric agents and doesn’t grant the right protection and covering for the underneath plaster.