Multi-purpose, ready-to-use bonding promoter primer with a very low emission of volatile organic compounds (VOC) for render, smoothing and levelling compounds and adhesives for ceramic tiles.
Where To Use
- Multi-purpose, ready-to-use primer for internal and external floors and walls.
- Eco Prim Grip may be used to improve the bond of all types of cement, gypsum and lime-based plasters on substrates made from concrete, brickwork, vibro-compressed concrete blocks, lightweight blocks and gypsum.
- Eco Prim Grip is also suitable for improving the bond of adhesives for ceramics, smoothing and levelling compounds on non-absorbent surfaces, such as ceramic, terrazzo and natural stone floors.
Some application examples
- Application of render on concrete, brickwork, substrates, etc.
- Application of smoothing and levelling compounds on old ceramic, terrazzo and natural stone floors.
- Laying ceramic and natural stone floors directly on top of old ceramic floors.
- Eco Prim Grip is a solvent-free, primer composed of synthetic resin in water dispersion and selected inert materials with excellent bond strength, resistance to water and ageing. It guarantees a rough keying surface ideal for render, smoothing and levelling compounds, thus ensuring an excellent bond on smooth substrates and substrates with low absorbency, reducing and evening out absorption of water of absorbent surfaces. Once dry, it guarantees a tough bond of any cementitious render on various types of substrate: concrete, lightweight cellular cement blocks, bricks, stone, plasterboard, wood, ceramic, metal, render, gypsum, etc.
- Eco Prim Grip is a ready-to-use grey latex which is easy to apply using either a roller or a brush.
- Eco Prim Grip is non-flammable and has an extremely low emission level of volatile organic compounds (VOC). Therefore, the product is considered non-hazardous for those who use the product and final users of the environments where it is applied. It may also be stored without taking particular precautions.
Coverage: approx. 0.2-0.3 kg/m²