Sopro SG 602 Primer Sealer
Special, solvent-free, one-component, synthetic resin primer for high- and variable-suction substrates. Dilutable with water to suit application. Specifically for calcium sulphate screeds when laying large-format fully vitrified stoneware units. Particularly suitable for subsequent application of mineral adhesives, surface fillers and waterproof membranes.
Coverage: Approx. 50 – 150 g/m² depending on substrate suction. For calcium sulphate-based substrates, 100 – 150 g/m². Additional crosswise application is required in case of very high substrate suction.
Benefits of Sopro SG 602 Primer Sealer
- For walls and floors, indoors
- Specifically for calcium sulphate and self-levelling calcium sulphate screeds when laying large-format fully vitrified stoneware units ≤ 1 m²
- For cementitious substrates, may be diluted up to max. 1:3
- For cement and lime render, may be diluted up to max. 1:4
- In undiluted form also suitable for non-absorbent substrates
- Overcoatable: after 2-5 hours
- Acting as a barrier coat
- Suitable for use in conjunction with floor heating
- GISCODE (German hazardous substances classification): D1
- DGNB: Top quality level 4, Line 8, based on DGNB (German Sustainable
Building Council) criterion “ENV1.2 Local Environmental Impact” (2015 version).
Field Of Application for Sopro SG 602 Primer Sealer
Sopro SG 602 primer reduces absorbency and evens out variable suction in substrate. It protects against moisture from bedding adhesive. It stabilizes friable surfaces and binds loose particles. Sopro SG 602 improves adhesion. It prevents bubbling where overcoated by surface fillers and waterproof membranes; premature water loss is prevented where thin-bed tile adhesives and waterproof membranes are subsequently applied. As a primer on calcium sulphate screeds for normal and rapid-set Sopro thin-bed adhesives, for tile sizes ≤ 1 m².
Available in Buckets: 20 kg canister, 10 kg canister, 5 kg canister
* Based on DGNB (German Sustainable Building Council) criterion ‘ENV1.2 Local Environmental Impact’ (2015 version).