Bricks are one of the oldest known building materials used by man. However, a brick façade does not just comprise of bricks but also the joints inbetween. High moisture absorption levels of both or one of the two building materials are usually the starting point for damage. The Remmers protection system ensures permanent protection against penetrating moisture and guarantees optimum durability.
Rendered façades is one of the most common façade variants. The reason for this is the variety of colour and form they allow. The traditional mortar renders for façades are lime-cement renders. In addition, there are heat insulation renders that are made of a heat-insulating undercoat and a water repelling mineralogical top render. They are applied to solid walls with an average thickness and combine good insulation with specific physical properties.
In contrast to bricks or modern building materials, natural stone not only differs with respect to its shape, colour and surface quality, the physical and chemical properties are also very different. It is therefore especially important to preserve the original material and carefully select the newly installed repair materials to preserve the substance for the long-term. Across the world, Remmers stone strengtheners are used to secure historically valuable cultural assets.
Old and historic buildings42 products found
Article No. 210005
Liquid preservative concentrate for preventing dry rot in masonry work
Article No. 040120
Salt storing, WTA-compliant pore undercoat render in the restoration render system for masonry subjected to moisture and salt loads
Article No. 067105
Surfactant solution for removing grime, dirt incrustation, dust, oil and grease deposits
Article No. 067305
Bactericidal, fungicidal and algicidal combination product for cleaning and priming building materials with and at risk of green discolouration
Article No. 072505
Aqueous deep primer with strengthening and hydrophobising properties
Article No. 281005
Bonding layer and coating for mineral substrates with low absorbency