KLEIB C17 is a general purpose lightweight plastering mortar for mechanical application of traditional internal plasters. It can also be applied manually.

  • for mechanical or manual application
  • with enhanced adhesion
  • contains perlite
  • easy to apply and process
  • high durability
  • excellent adhesion and flexibility
  • waterproof
25 kg
pieces per pallet
average consumption

13 kg of dry mortar is used to make 1 m2 of plaster with the layer thickness of 10 mm.

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KLEIB C17 jest lekką zaprawą tynkarską ogólnego przeznaczenia do maszynowego wykonywania tradycyjnych tynków wewnętrznych. Może być aplikowana również ręcznie.

The substrate should be stable, structurally sound and clean, i.e. free from impurities that could impair the adhesion of
the mortar. Before plastering, excessively absorbent surfaces should be primed with KLEIB G1 primer or KLEIB C19
rough coating should be applied. Before plastering the ceiling, always apply KLEIB C19.

Pour the product into the container of the plaster spray unit and add water in such a way that the mortar becomes ductile in consistency. In case of manual application, the mortar is prepared by pouring dry mix into a container with a measured amount of water and mixing until a smooth, uniform consistency is obtained.

 In case of mechanical application, apply the mortar in horizontal strips starting from the top. Then level (remove excess) with a batten and after initial bonding, trowel with a wooden or polystyrene float. The thickness of the layer applied once should not be exceed 20 mm. Apply the next layers after the previous one has bonded. Use a trowel for manual application of the mortar. Protect freshly plastered surfaces from drying out too quickly. Tools should be washed with water immediately after use.

13 kg of dry mortar is used to make 1 m2 of plaster with the layer thickness of 10 mm

The mortar must be transported and stored in tightly sealed bags, in dry conditions (preferably on pallets). The shelf life is up to 12 months from the manufacturing date on the packaging.

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