In larger items, such as panels and walls, surface treatments are used more and more in order to ensure better aesthetics and greater durability. Their visual impact requires excellent finishes and optimum protection against harmful environmental factors (pollution, weather, graffiti, etc.).
FUCHS has developed the FILMAT range, which meets the expectations of improvement and optimisation of our customers' precast units.
FILMAT AQ 773
Water-repellent that prevents the formation of efflorescence and humidity stains. The appearance of the item remains unchanged.
Emulsion varnish for concrete that unifies and brings out the colour with a glossy finish.
Emulsion varnish for tiles that creates a protective and waterproof coating.
Low-viscosity emulsion varnish for concrete that enhances the colour of treated surfaces.
Solvent-based varnish that enhances the colour with a satin finish.
Solvent-based varnish that gives the treated items a very glossy wet finish.
Grey paint for the protection and decoration of concrete, available in various shades.
Surface retarder for precast units.
FILMAT PROTECTOR RSD
Non-stick frame part protector for easy cleaning.
FILMAT 360 AT
Protector against stains, non-stick against chewing gum and high resistance to scratches and harmful environmental factors.
NET EMPREINTE - CF AEROSOL
Graffiti remover spray.
To obtain the best surface results with varnishes, protectors and cleaners, we recommend the following guidelines:
- The concrete surfaces on which these products are applied need to be free of dust and dirt.
- They must be porous enough for the product to penetrate and ensure its adhesion.
- In the case of water-based varnishes, paints and protectors, it is not advisable to apply them to polished concrete or concrete with water-repellent admixtures in their composition.
- For solvent-based products, surfaces must be dry and free of moisture. In general, varnishes, paints and protectors can be applied by brush, roller or spray.
- The performance levels shown on their datasheets are indicative and will vary according to the porosity of the concrete surface.