ALFALIQ GRAFIT

Colors: White, Cream, Light Yellow, Beige, Caramel, Light Grey, Brown, Dark Grey

Description: It is a ready to use thick pasty, scratch effect plaster. It consists of aggregate with a special particle size granulation, to form a flat finish (1mm) or a coarse-textured decorativesurface (< 1.5 mm & < 2.8 mm).

Benefits:

  • Excellent adhesion and alkaline resistance
  • Excellent workability-fast application
  • Highly resistance to UV rays and ageing
  • Cracking prevention
  • High water repellency and Excellent vapor permeability
  • Suitable for indoor and outdoor application

Application: It's used to protect and decorate exterior and interior surfaces (plaster, concrete, cement and gypsum boards). Εliminates the need of facade painting.

Product Identity

  • Appearance: Paste
  • Packaging: Plastic buckets of 5kg, 10kg & 25kg
  • Granulometry: < 1 mm (flat finish) or < 1.5 mm & < 2.8 mm (graffiato)
  • Density: 1.9-2 kg/L (according to the grain size)
  • Dry Solids content: 80-85 %
  • Shelf Life-Storage: 12 months from production date
  • Toxicity: No

Application Data

  • Preparation: Ready to use
  • Application temperaturerange: +5 ºC - +35 ºC
  • Consumption: 2.5 - 3 kg/m2
  • Drying: In open air
  • Time to be ready for painting: About 1-2 days 

 

  • ALFALIQ GRAFIT is applied after the primer has dried completely (max 24 hours after primer application).
  • Plaster is applied by hand using a stainless or plastic trowel. While is still fresh the plaster is treated (pressed) by plastic float, in horizontal, vertical or circular movements depending on the desirable appearance of the surface
  • Protect the plastered surface from high temperatures, rain and frost until is cured (about 24 hours). 

Substrate Preparation

Substrate must be dry, free of dust or loose particles etc.Prime the surface with ALFALIQ GRAFIT PRIMER (in the same colour with graffiato) or ALFALIQ PRIMER, prior application.  

 

Preparing the mix

Stir well before application. Stirring should be done with slow circular motions in order to avoid creating bubbles in the mass of the material.