Easy Bond –
Limelite Easy Bond is a breathable, high bond primer designed to provide a durable bond between Limelite plasters and the substrate.
- High bond strength
- Rapid drying
- Easy to apply
- Salt resistant
Limelite Easy Bond is a breathable primer and keying aid designed to be used with the Limelite range of plasters.
Enables plastering onto smooth substrates where there is little key allowing effective adhesion of plaster coats.
Suction control and crack prevention
Helps to prevent shrinkage and cracking by controlling suction on dry, porous substrates such as sandstone or old brickwork.
Reduces efflorescence and staining
Contains a salt inhibitor to prevent surface efflorescence. Minimises the risk of sulphate attack and staining on plasters from contaminated substrates.
Limelite Easy Bond is breathable and won’t seal moisture into the substrate like an impermeable SBR or latex base primer. It also won’t re-emulsify when damp like PVA based primer.
Easy to use
Limelite Easy-Bond is easy to use, only requiring the addition of water and is applied with a brush.
All of our products are manufactured in the UK and certified under BES 6001 Responsible sourcing. Tarmac was the first company within the cement and lime sectors to be awarded the BES6001 ‘Excellent’ rating across its entire product range.
|Dry powder density||1200 kg/m3|
|Wet mixed density||1600 kg/m3|
|Bond Strength (Dry)||1.26 N/mm2|
|Bond Strength (Wet)||0.92 N/mm2|
|Typical Coverage||14-18m2 per 5kg|
5kg of Limelite Easy Bond should be mixed with 2.5 litres of clean, cool water. Once mixed, Limelite Easy Bond will give a working time of 15 minutes. Only mix the amount of material that can be applied in time.
The performance characteristics of Limelite Easy Bond are dependent on temperature – higher or lower temperatures will result in reduced or extended setting times, respectively.
Limelite Easy Bond should be brushed onto the substrate around 15 minutes before applying the first plaster coat. Limelite Easy Bond can also be applied by spray machine for covering larger areas faster.
Clean Up & Spillages
Tools and equipment can easily be cleaned using water. Cleaning of tools and equipment should be carried out as soon as possible after application.