Dryzone Damp-Resistant Plaster application

Dryzone Damp-Resistant Plaster offers salt migration control

  • 15 Feb 2016

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Safeguard Europe’s Dryzone System of damp remedials and protection has benefited from the addition of its Dryzone Damp-Resistant Plaster

Developed to offer an alternative to traditional plasters, Dryzone Damp-Resistant Plaster is a breathable, pre-blended solution; it has been designed with a porous structure to control dampness and salt migration in walls.

The plaster, which can be applied to structures while they are still damp, allows walls to dry out by evaporation. Application can also result in higher thermal resistance, which can, in turn, reduce the risk of condensation in a building.

Applied in two layers as a 5mm anchoring rough coat and a 15mm top coat, the plaster works to a time scale of 30 to 60 minutes, depending on variable factors, such as humidity and temperature.

A 2mm skim coat can be added to the application after 24 hours.

Dryzone Damp-Resistant PlasterEnhancing Safeguard’s Dryzone System

Safeguard’s Dryzone System can benefit from the product: it can be used for replastering purposes, after Dryzone Damp-Proofing Cream or Dryrod Damp-Proofing Rods have been applied.

The plaster can also be used to replace existing plaster that has deteriorated. By applying it in new-build and conversion projects, contractors can limit potential damage caused by minor ingress of dampness.

The plaster’s low compressive strength ensures that it can be easily removed at a later date, without causing any damage to underlying brickwork.


Safeguard Europe,
Redkiln Close,
West Sussex,
United Kingdom,
RH13 5QL

Phone: 01403 210204
Fax: 01403 217529

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