Rødvig Finishing Coat A

Rødvig Finishing Coat A
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Rødvig Finishing Coat A

Product Description 

Rødvig Finishing Coat is a ready mixed lime mortar, which is a very gentle and smooth mortar with a high tensile strength. The finishing coat is a mixture of 1 part well-matured Rødvig slaked lime and 1 part Kronhøj mortar sand no. 00 (0,0-0,3) or no. 000 (0,0-0,1). The product is ready to use but you have to whip it thoroughly before and during use.  

Field of Application

Rødvig finishing coat is suitable for the final treatment on nicely leveled-out coarse coat on interior walls and roofs. 

Packaging

Rødvig finishing coat is stored and sold in 13-litre plastic buckets (approx. 20 kg) with hermetic lids. 

The finishing coat is also delivered with lime-proof colours on request.  

Additional Information

KALK A/S has been the market leader for many years with products used for renovation of conservation and listed buildings among others. The products can also be used for new construction because of the good physical properties of the material:

  • Great flexibility in use
  • Great elasticity and adhesion
  • High tensile strength
  • Good porosity, which provides excellent insulation and moisture conditions.

We have extensive experience in assisting clients in the use of our products. The technical guidance, which we can offer, merely serves to aid you with experiences. Therefore, we do not take on the responsibility of being planning technicians. With regards to renovation work, we can refer to technicians who are familiar with renovation work on buildings worthy of preservation.  

Guidance

Execution

Finishing coat is applied with a steel board in a layer with a thickness of approx. 1 - 2 mm.

It may be a good idea to carry out the finishing relatively soon after, applying the rough coat about 2 - 3 days, to avoid a quick drying-out. Otherwise, you will have to water it, but not more than the material can absorb. 

After applying the finishing coat, it is finalised by smoothing with a smoothing board; for instance, a viscose sponge is very suitable.

Now and then, it is necessary to dip the board in water, and you smooth the surface by using round, soft movements. It is very common to finalise with a second and last treatment to achieve a good result.

Finishing coat used as the final layer is applied in one single process in order to avoid boundaries. It is a good idea to do parallel sides on the same day as the masking tape is put on, about half a centimeter on the adjoining sides.

After the first sides have dried, usually after 1 - 2 days, you can put on the masking tape right into the corners, and after the adjoining sides have been finished, you can pull off the tape, making the corners appear bright and sharp. It is also recommendable to put on the tape when working with ceilings, skirting boards and door casings.

After having dried, the plastered walls can get a final treatment with clear lime water as an extra reinforcement.

Limitations of Use

Finishing coat can only be used on the inside.

When adding colour to it, the finishing coat has a limited durability, which you should check from type to type.

Storage

Finishing coat should be stored frost-free and in buckets with hermetic lids. 

Safety Data Sheet

You can find the safety data sheet for Rødvig Finishing Coat A by clicking on the image below.