Dryzone Express Replastering
|Standards & Accreditations|
The Dryzone Express Replastering System combines the power of our patented Dryzone Damp-Proofing Cream with a modern fast-track replastering system. It was created with the following design criteria:
- As effective as sand:cement
- Faster than sand:cement
- Cleaner than sand:cement
- Warmer surface than sand:cement
- Less damage to heritage sites than sand:cement
- Lower applied cost per m2 than sand:cement
Why Rethink Replastering?
Dryzone Damp-Proofing Cream revolutionised the treatment of rising damp when it was launched in 2000. It was faster to install, less messy, and provided a more reliable barrier to rising damp than conventional damp-proofing systems.
However, it was still used in conjunction with an industry standard sand:cement replastering system that was slow and expensive to install, was unpopular with homeowners and heritage bodies and could often result in a cold wall surface that could be vulnerable to condensation.
How does The Dryzone Express Replastering System compare to current practices?
|Current Practice||The Dryzone Express Replastering System|
|Locks salts away||Yes||Yes|
|Creates a smooth surface||Yes||Yes|
|Installation complete within 24 hours||No||Yes|
|Increased thermal resistance||No||Yes|
What does The Dryzone Express Replastering System comprise of?
Dryzone Damp‐Proofing Cream and Dryrod Damp‐Proofing Rods offer an effective treatment for rising damp in walls of all types. Both products have been independently tested and proven to form an effective damp‐proof course in existing walls.
- Stop the source of rising damp
- Simple and clean application
- Effective in both new (alkaline) and old (neutral) mortar
A salt and damp-resistant adhesive glue for fixing plasterboard directly to masonry surfaces. Provides excellent bonding characteristics to the substrate.
- High moisture resistance
- Strong resistance to effects of salt on masonry
- Forms a strong and long-lasting bond between masonry and plasterboard
A breathable, salt-resistant water-repellent that acts as a primer for Drygrip Adhesive. Applied to walls contaminated with rising damp, the cream greatly weakens the crystal strength of salts forming in or at the masonry surface as damp evaporates. Acts as a primer for Drygrip Adhesive.
- Breathable and long-lasting formulation
- Deeply penetrates to form a durable bond with the masonry structure
- Easy to apply by brush or roller
|4½″ (115 mm)||9″ (230 mm)||13½″ (345 mm)||18″ (460 mm)|
|Depth of Drill Hole||95 mm||210 mm||325 mm||440 mm|
|Drill Hole Intervals||120 mm||120 mm||120 mm||120 mm|
Tip: If leaving opened cartridge in gun, ensure nozzle is covered with tape or similar to prevent material
Dryshield Cream Properties
|Size(s) & Packaging||3 litre and 5 litre plastic buckets|
|Water Solubility / Miscibility||Completely miscible at 20°C|
|Coverage ||15 - 20 m2 per 5 litre bucket 9 - 12 m2 per 3 litre bucket|
|Storage||Store in a cool, well ventilated area. Keep container tightly closed. Protect from frost|
|Shelf Life||12 months|
Drygrip Adhesive Properties
|Size(s) & Packaging||600 ml foil sausages|
|Coverage||1 - 2 Drygrip cartridges per sheet of standard plasterboard|
|Salt Resistance||Pass (In-house tests)|
|Passage of Salt: Resistance to Chlorides and Sulphates||Pass (In-house tests)|
|Application Temperature||5°C - 35°C|
|Skin Formation at 23°C and 50% RH||10 minutes|
|Initial Cure||2 - 3 hours|
|Full Cure||>24 hours|
|Elongation at Break||>250%|
|Tensile Strength at Break||>3 MPa|
|Storage||Store in a cool, well ventilated area|
|Shelf Life||12 months|