Baumit Klima KP 36 W is a natural white, climate-regulating lime plaster.
Baumit Klima KP 36 W is a lightweight, vapour-permeable, white lime plaster that regulates indoor humidity. Suitable for use in wet rooms. The natural microporous structure ensures rapid absorption and release of water vapour for an excellent indoor climate. Ideal for machine application.
- Climate regulating.
- Suitable for internal and external use.
- Natural white, fully mineral, creamy, lime plaster which fulfils the physical and biological considerations within the built environment.
- Ideal for sponge floated finish.
- Resistant to impact loading.
- One material, from the basement to the roof.
|Bag||35 kg / 36 bags per pallet (1260 kg)|
|Consumption||app. 1.3 kg /m²/mm|
|Yield||app. 2.7 m²/bag/10mm|
|Water demand||8.5 – 9.5l /bag = 230 – 270 l/t approx.|
|Max. coating thickness||25 per coat (on a new substrate)|
Store in a dry, cool conditions, free from frost in sealed tubs. Shelf life 12months.
Substrates must be sounds, clean, dry, free from frost, dust efflorescence and not water repellent.
- Prepare smooth concrete or very low suction surfaces with a suitable Baumit contact mortar (e.g. Baumit HM 50).
- Prepare mixed masonry substrates and natural stone with a spatterdash coating.
- High suction substrates should be dampened with water using a mist sprayer. Do not saturate aircrete substrates.
- Preparation and levelling coatings must be fully cured, well keyed and compatible with the plaster system.
Baumit KP 36 W can be mixed with clean water in a tub to a lump free, creamy consistency with an electric hand mixer. Automated continuous horizontal mixers may also be used. For small areas the plaster can be manually applied. For larger areas the fresh plaster can be fed into mortar pump for spray application/ alternatively, mortar mixing pumps provide an all-in-one mixing and spraying solution.
The plaster is applied onto the substrate to the required thickness (min 10mm & max. 17 mm) in one or two
passes (fresh-in-fresh) depending on the degree of suction from the substrate and ruled off with a straight edge, filling in undulations
to produce a flat and even plaster layer. On hardening the surface is finely scraped with a spatula blade or grid float in preparation
for receiving the topcoat.
Overall plaster thicknesses (including the topcoat) exceeding 20 mm must be built up in multiple levelling coats of at least 10 mm in
thickness and each surface horizontally keyed with a plasterers comb to receive the following coat. Drying times between each coat
(1 day/mm thickness) must be observed.
Baumit Klima KP 36 W is applied onto the basecoat layer the following day (at the earliest) and smoothed out flat
with a trowel or spatula to a minimum thickness of 3 mm. Shortly afterwards the surface is lightly rubbed over in tight circular motions
with a fine sponge float or a plasterers float to produce a fine, plain finish. Alternatively the topcoat can be randomly textured using
appropriate tools. Keep the surface damp for at least 2 days. A paint finish may be applied if required.