Westox 50 Low Odour is a low molecular structure alkoxysiloxane solution cross linked with a silane.
Formulated to provide maximum penetration in both brick and stone
Remove skirtings where applicable. Remove damp effected
plaster to a height of 400mm above the highest point at
which dampness can be detected (a suitable moisture meter
should be used). Drill 1Omm holes in the brick or stone to
predetermined depths and spacing’s. lntroduce injection
Iances into holes and activate expansion washers.
Proceed with injection through multi lance harness until it is
visually evident that full saturation has been achieved.
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The rate of fluid used will be relative to the porosity of the
materials and the thickness of the walls. As a general guide
the fluid requirements are in the region of 1.5 to 2 litres per
110mm thickness of wall per lineal metre.
After drying out period (minimum of 2 -7 days) the walls are
to be replastered to the following specification.
40 parts fresh water to 1 part Westox Salt Retarder
(e.9. 500mls per 20 litres water).
1 part OP Cement, 3 parts washed plastering sand.
DO NOT ADD lime, plasticizer or any other additives.
Mix to a workable consistency and apply at a minimum
thickness of 10mm. After overnight drying the wall may be
set finished with Westox Plastalite Multifinish. Should a
sponge finish of render be required, a second coat of render
may be applied on the same day as the salt retarding render
coat. This finish coat is to be of 6 sand, 1 cement, 1 lime.
After adequate drying either the original or
replacement ikirtingt may be fitted.
Clean tools and equipment immediately after use in clean
water. (Refer below for injection machine clean up)
CLEAN UP INJECTION MACHINE:
Use white spirits or turps.
Refer to the Westlegate Pty Ltd Material Safety Data Sheet
(MSDS) for instructions.
STORAGE: Store in a cool dry place.