- Enables application in lower temperatures
- Manufactured in more than two hundred colours
- Easier application of plasters
- Higher adhesion to the substrate
- Ready to use
- Amount required: from 0.2 to 0.5 l/m2 depending on the properties of the substrate
Designed for priming substrates before the application of mineral, acrylic, silicone and silicone-silicate thin-coat plasters, finishes and paint coats. It allows to continue the applications at lower temperatures down to 0 °C. 8 hours after application the priming paint is resistant to frost down to -5 °C. Facilitates the application and texturing of plasters, optimize the drying process and improves the plaster to substrate adhesion. Provides a uniform substrate, prevents stain build-up on thin-coat and coloured plasters. Designed for brush application on mesh- reinforced layers when insulating walls with Ceresit Ceretherm Systems and on traditional indoor/outdoor plasters. For priming the substrate under thin coat plasters, we recommend using CT 16 in a colour similar to that of the plaster.
CT 16 can be used on all solid, load-bearing, clean and dry substrates free of substances which may impair adhesion. Test the load-bearing strength of the substrate. Level out any unevenness. Before appli- cation, any continuous rear surface moisture must be eliminated. Fungi and moss must be removed with CT 99 Anti-fungus before priming.
Apply CT 16 directly with a brush or paint brush. Depending on the site-specific drying conditions, work can be continued after only 3 hours. After hardening, the surface must be scratchproof. After use, wash the tools out with water. Hardened ma- terial can be removed with a solvent or paint remover.