- Simple application in the production line
- Reduction of capillary water intake
- Good penetration in cement-bound substrates
- Reduction of dirt intake
- Reduced algae, mould and surface vegetation formation
- Better colour stability
- Water vapour permeable
- Natural look (satin or matt)
ACB sells its tile coatings worldwide and has a great track record with many cement-based product suppliers because it takes into account different production processes, formulations and climatic conditions. The Lipaguard coatings are e.g. highly resistant to freeze-thaw cycles, and offer good resistance to high temperatures and high humidity.
The application on a substrate occurs at the production line of the customer. The coating is applied to the substrate before the cement reaction finishes. The coating is sprayed as 1 layer (±50 g/m²) or 2 layers (25-30 g/m²) on bricks between 25 °C and 30 °C. Only a thin layer is needed for the desired result. After the evaporation of the water (±45 min.) the bricks pass through a 70-80 °C oven. This final step can also be done with IR lamps.