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Peronat - Perlite Plaster

Peronat - Perlite Plaster

Peronat is applied on bricks, gross concretes, gas concretes , pumice blocks etc. It is a bagged gypsum-based ready to use plaster that can be applied directly on materials. It provides fire resistant sound insulation.

Peronat Trademark Registration Certificate Peronat Trademark Registration Certificate
Physical Form white powder
Plaster/Water Ratio 6-6.5 Lt Water 10 Kg
Usage Time 60-90 minutes
Freezing Time 150 minutes
Consumption Amount 8.5-9.0 Kg/m³ (per 1 cm thickness)
Compressive Strength 2.5 N/mm² (4x4x16 blocks)
Flexural Strength 1.0 N/mm² (4x4x16 blocks)
Dry Unit Weight 650-750 Kg/m³
Response to Fire A1 (According to TS EN 13279 – 1
Related Standard 13279-1.2 (Type B4)

-It should be free from dirty materials such as dust, oil, paint. -Extremely dry, hot and highly absorbent surfaces should be moistened with water. -The surface of the ceilings should be roughened before applying the plaster or primed with a material that allows the mortar to adhere to the surface. -There should not be air flow or circulation in the environment during the application-Application temperature should be between +5 and +35 C.

6-6.5 liters of clean water is poured into the mortarboard to be mixed and 10 kg of Peronat is poured into the mortarboard it. It is awaited about 2-3 minutes into the mortarboard to make sure the plaster absorbs the water for about 2-3 minutes for the plaster to absorb the water. It is mixed with a mixer or trowel until a homogeneous mixture is obtained. According to the smoothness of the surface, the application thickness is determined with the help of slabs. The prepared mortar is applied to the surface with the help of a steel trowel. The mortar will be smoothened by screeding. After mastering, the surface is smoothed with a steel trowel. If two coats would be applied, the second coat should not be applied before the first coat dries.

Polypropylene bag 25 kg (+- 2%)

Maximum 15 bags should be stockpiled on top of each other in a dry place, and the bags should be stored in such a way that they do not come into contact with the ground and are protected from moisture and condensation. It should be used within 9 months from the date of manufacture.