Bekoteks Plaster with High Insulation Against Heat, Sound, Fire and Nemen consists of inorganic materials from voluminous and artificial stones, from lightened aggregates with open cell that can be porous and breathable. When mixed with water, mortar form is a natural insulation material that prevents heat, sound, fire insulation, moisture, mold and fungi formation by its area structure.
: Is used for heat, water, noise and fire insulation in open roofing and terraces, in slab bottoms of basements, in sloping
cement tile roofing, in face walls and in slab tiles of floors.
: Natural heat, water, noise, fire insulation alum should be mixed for 5 minutes with tools such as mixer, concrete mixer, reciprocating plastering machine etc. with 11 or 12 liters of unused water in a 50 liters pot according to the desired material consistence, providing the usage of one pack in one time. To avoid chalking or sinking during mixing, the half of the water should be put in the pot before the mixing process. After the recommended time of mixing is completed, you should wait approximately for 2- 3 minutes for the homogeneity of the material
Conforming the preparation and timing, the material can be applied to the surface using steel trowel or reciprocating plastering machine. The desired thickness (minimum 3 cm) is provided by using molding plaster in two times. There can be cracks or spillages in the thickness provided in first time. In surfaces like concrete shear walls, protective materials should be applied before using materials such as soil. There should be waiting period of 24 hours between the first and the last layers. The molding plaster should be removed and the holed should be filled, after the last layer is applied. Through dry is 25˚ C in 48 hours, test dry is 25˚ C in 28 days.