Exposed aggregate render finish
Mineralite is a cement based final render coat, finished to expose a variety of durable aggregates including granite and glass.
Make sure the plaster surface is well leveled before application of Mineralite.
Expansion joints should be included to coincide with joints in the substrate and carried through all render coats
It is supplied as a blend of dry materials which requires only the addition of clean water to provide, when finished, a highly durable rendered surface.
Recommended not to apply under direct sun light
- Unique esthetical style
- Easy to apply
- External application
- High adhesion
- Decorative finish
- Wide range of colors
Surface of application
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Natural stone aspect Durable, weatherproof Allows the substrate to breathe Low maintenance
- All surfaces must be sound, clean, suitably dry and free of any material which may impair adhesion.
- Undercoats must be well adhered to the substrate, of good alignment, thoroughly horizontally keyed and fully cured before weber.mineralite is applied.
- All faults to be rectified before weber mineralite is applied. Mineralite is applied by stainless steel trowel and levelled using a plastic float and SS trowel ensure the surface is closed.
- Do not mix manually, Mineralite should be mechanically mixed Maintain a constant water: powder ratio throughout the application Scaffolding must be independently tied to allow for an uninterrupted application. Any faults in the structure, particularly those which may lead to moisture penetration must be rectified.
- To avoid dampness and discoloration rendering should be avoided below DPC and within 150 mm of ground level For good quality application panel size should be controlled: a maximum of 6m² is recommended as a workable size.
- Feature stop details, angles and joints in weber.mineralite should be formed using clean and straight hardwood battens of 5mm thickness with chamfered edges All equipment must be washed with clean water immediately after use. Waste material should not be emptied into drainage systems.