Neutron Neuklad 100% Pure Acrylic Waterproofing Emulsion. Neuklad is one of the most durable and versatile exterior waterproofing coatings available. Neuklad is based on a proprietary Pure Acrylic blend and is re-enforced with a carefully selected natural and pure fibres. These specially selected combination of raw materials ensure that Neuklad has unsurpassed flexibility, elongation and elasticity, together with excellent UV and water resistance.
High Performance Neuklad Acrylic Waterproofing Paint is available in the following sizes: 5lt and 20lt
Without membrane: 5m² - 7m² per litre, dependent on substrate type and texture.
With membrane: 1.5 Lt per m² - 1.8 Lt per m², dependent on substrate type and texture.
Solids: ± 55% by mass and ± 44% by volume.
Density: ± 1,25kg/l.
Recommended Dry Film Thickness: 2 coats at 75 µm per coat minimum used without the membrane but 60µm per coat minimum.
Viscosity: ± 87Kµ (235 grams) pp.
Flash Point: Non-flammable.
Available Sizes: 5Lt and 20Lt
Colours: White and colours as per latest colour card. Tint bases for the Neuklad tint system.
Life Expectancy: 15-years for specified exterior facade applications.
Calculated Maximum VOC: 16g/L maximum for white & pastel tinting base.
Respecting The Environment:
Touch dry - 30 minutes.
Note: higher temperatures will accelerate the drying times (approximately halved for every 10°C increase), whilst lower temperatures will retard the drying times (approximately doubled for every 10°C decrease).
Recoating time: 4 hours at 23°C.
No of coats /Requirements:
Without membrane: Two coats.
No of coats /Requirements: With membrane:
Five coats i.e: 1st coat (primer/bonding coat): Neutron Neuklad thinned 10% with water, at ± 2-4m² per litre, allow drying. 2nd coat (bedding coat): Neutron Neuklad un-thinned at a spreading rate of ± 2m² per litre ,while wet bed the polyester membrane into the coating until completely saturated.
3rd coat (saturation): Neutron Neuklad un-thinned at a spreading rate of ± 2m² per litre.
4th and 5th coat: Apply 2 full coats of Neutron Neuklad to complete the system at a ± 4 m² per litre per coat.
Exterior cement plaster:
Cement plaster with rising damp:
Sound matt emulsion painted surfaces:
Sound gloss or sheen painted surfaces:
Painted surface in poor condition, i.e. extensive peeling:
It is advisable to test the compatibility of coatings when redecorating is involved, i.e. paint a small section and then check the adhesion after 24 hours by applying a strip of masking tape and attempting to rip the paint off.
The tint base containers are only filled to levels which are specific for each tint base to allow the calculated volume of colourant to be added in order to achieve the volume indicated on the container after tinting. Tint bases and colourants are unfinished products which should not be used on their own. Only once the prescribed colourant is added to the specific tint base will the finished product comply with the technical features and related information as set out in this TDS. The calculated VOC compliance to 16g/L maximum is only applicable to product tinted from Pastel Tinting Base.
Colourant to be used: Prominent colourants are 100% Lead Free specifically formulated for use with Prominent Pro-Matic tinting system.
Tint Bases: Neuklad Pastel Base PPM and Neuklad Clear Base PPM.