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Fungicidal Sealer

> Features & Benefits

  • Reduces the porosity of substrates
  • Improves adhesion to a wide range of substrates
  • Improves flexibility of traditional mixes
  • About
  • Preparation & Application
  • Health & Safety
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Enewall Fungicidal Sealer is a multi-purpose bonding agent, primer and sealer which will equalise and control the suction forces of highly absorbent substrates. The product has been designed for use with Enewall rendering systems.

> Technical & Supporting Services

Enewall’s Technical Services Department has a team of experienced advisors available to give on site

advice both at the specification stage and during application. Detailed specifications can be prepared for indi-vidual projects. Site visits and on site demonstrations can be arranged on request.  For any technical enquiries please call Enewall main office on 01698 373 305 or via email on technical@enewall.co.uk

> Preparation

Enewall Fungicidal Sealer should not be applied in temperatures below 3°C, to saturated backgrounds, or during rainfall. Remove all growth, debris ,dirt, dust, grease using Enewall fungicidal wash prior to application.

> Mixing

Enewall Fungicidal Sealer is pre-mixed. No mixing is required. No water or additives should be added on

> Coverage Rates

5-7 sq.m per litre dependent on surface porosity and method of application

> Application

One coat of Enewall Fungicidal Sealer is to be applied using brush, roller or spray and should be allowed to cure for a minimum period of 20 minutes. The curing period could fluctuate with hot or cold conditions. Allow to dry before applying any other treatments.

> Health & Safety

Care should be taken to avoid splashes in the eyes and inhalation of vapours. Contains small quantities of Bactericide, so avoid prolonged contact with the skin. >

> Packaging

Enewall Fungicidal Sealer is supplied in 5 litre and 15 litre containers

> Storage

Do not store in temperatures exceeding 30°C or below 5°C. Storage in direct sunlight should be avoided. Pot life is 12 months when stored in proper conditions