For an efficient protection of paving stones

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Paving impregnator for a long-lasting protection of your paving stones

proPERLA ® Paving Impregnator is a water based solution, designed with the latest nanotechnology. It can be used on all mineral surfaces, such as concrete slabs, paving stones, terraces and many more. proPERLA® Paving Impregnator has a special chemical composition that reacts with minerals and bonds to mineral building materials like concrete, clay, etc. It protects surfaces against rain, dirt, green growth, pollution, oil and many more. proPERLA® Paving Impregnator is recommended for the treatment of concrete, clay, terracotta, etc.

Highlights and properties

  • Improves thermal efficiency of masonry by keeping it dry
  • Maintains thermal properties of cavity wall insulation
  • Reduces heat loss
  • Offers a self cleaning surface
  • Maintains the original masonry finish
  • Slow ageing or breakdown of the surface
  • Will allow the building to breathe
  • Clear insulation barrier for +20 years

Water repellent

You will recognise the excellent water repellent properties by its beading behavior. It will make the masonry dry and extremely resistant to biological hazards, mould, mildew,etc. A dry masonry will improve the thermal resistance, prevent frost damage and reduce the growth of microbial spores.

Breathability

The masonry is able to breathe and will be permeable to water vapour. Air and moisture pass through from one side to the other. A breathing masonry will improve the thermal conductivity and insulation properties. Just a 5% content of damp in cavity wall insulation or other building materials can lower the thermal resistance by up to 50%.

Self cleaning

Dirt particles are unable to obtain a hold on the proPERLA® coated facade and will simply flow off with rainfall. The façade remains clean and attractive, even on sides which are particularly exposed to the weather like on the north-facing side or facades in shade, as well as in areas with high air humidity or sea salt penetrated air.

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