weberbase thick render

Product formerly named: EMIX Thick Render
Saint-Gobain Weber Hong-Kong

weberbase thick render is a high quality water resistant cement-based plaster designed for brickwalls, blockwalls and concrete walls, and other rendering in thick layers. It can also be used as mortar for straight edge levelling and angle forming of thickness 15 – 25 mm. It is especially formulated for the replacement of conventional cement sand render. weberbase thick render is suitable for dry and wet interiors as well as exteriors. It serves as render coat underneath Weber TILE ADHESIVE and TILE GROUT series products for tile fixing. To achieve a finer surface finishing, weberbase thick render may be overcoated with Weber skim coat series before painting. This product
shall not be used on painted surfaces.

40kg / bag

Uses

  • Thick layer rendering
  • Interior and exterior wall rendering

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Features and benefits

Formulated to comply with British Standard and Chinese Standard
Single component : fixed mixing proportion, ensure the quality of work
Shrinkage compensated : reduce the chance of shrinkage cracks
Suitable for tiling with Weber TILE ADHESIVE and TILE GROUT series products
After receiving Weber SKIM COAT series, a finer surface profile is available for painting
Compatible to cementitious waterproofing materials Weber WATERPROOFING series products

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This product fits for these following projects

The information and physical data on this website is given to the best of our knowledge under standard testing method and controlled environment. The results may vary with different weather / site conditions, workmanship or substrates. This is beyond our control that we shall not be liable for any faults or consequences arising or associated with this. We suggest comprehensive tests to be conducted before final application. Unless specified, all technical data are average values with curing time of 28 days. We reserve the right to update or amend the contents in the light of new findings during the course of research and development.