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• Timber Treatment
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• Cellar Conversion

8. Product Data

  Wykamol Renovating Plaster Wykamol Integral Waterproofing Liquid Wykamol RA611
Coverage 3.5 sq m / 25 kg at 10mm 1lt/50kg OPC 1lt/25lt gauging water (dry sand) 0.5lt/25kg Renovating Plaster 1lt/25lt gauging water in cement or cement:lime mixes
Appearance Light grey cementitious powder Dark yellow turbid liquid White liquid (emulsion)
Shelf Life 6 months in optimum conditions 2 Years 12 months
Cleaning Application tools should be cleaned in water immediately after use If spilt clean down area with water If spilt clean down area with water and detergent, before wax dries
Pack Size 25kg paper sacks 25, 5 & 1lt containers 5 litres only
Storage Store in a cool dry place off the ground Protect from frost, high temperatures and direct sunlight Protect from frost, high temperatures and direct sunlight
Hazard Classification Irritant. Handle as Cement Irritant Unclassified
Safety Instructions for the safe use of the above materials are given on the product labels. More detailed information for hazard assessment, emergency procedures etc. are available in the appropriate Material Safety Data Sheets

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Inspections Damp Proofing Timber Treatment Condensation Cures Cellar Conversion
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We are experts in timber treatment, condensation cures, damp proofing and cellar conversions. We work in London and throughout the Home Counties area, mainly in Essex and Hertfordshire. We are a well-established family firm, and have built our business on our good reputation. Our work is carried out by our own staff and is usually backed by a long-term insurance-backed guarantee.   Condensation occurs when warm moist air comes into contact with a cooler surface. If the surface temperature is at or below the point where moisture vapour held in the air condenses, the Dew Point, then water droplets form on the surface.   RegencyHDT
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