Where to use:Mix with Structural Skin, Conpro Stucco, Foundation Coat, Plastermix, and mortar.
How to apply:Refer to the K-88 Admix Technical Data to find specific recommended addition rates. Additional Information
- Promotes curing Reduces need to moist cure materials in conditions up to 85°F. Reduces shrinkage induced cracking.
- Increases bond Promotes chemical adhesion to substrate.
- Durability Increases compressive and tensile strengths. Increases freeze/thaw resistance.
- Water resistance Increases density and improves resistance to water entry.
- K-88 Admix is an admixture. Refer to the specific product bulletin for material to be used.
- Follow the instructions of the material to which K-88 Admix will be added.
- Stir or shake container gently and pour into mix at the desired addition rate.
- Structural Skin® 1 quart/50 lbs. bag for curing. 2 quarts/50 lbs. bag for Exterior Wall Systems.
- Conpro Stucco 1 quart/50 lbs. bag.
- Plastermix 1 quart/50 lbs. bag.
- Field mix stucco 1 part K-88 Admix to 2 parts water.
- Cement parge coat 1 part K-88 Admix to 2 parts water.
- Mortar and concrete 1 part K-88 Admix to 2 parts water.
- Follow the instructions of the Conproco product to which K-88 Admix is added.
- Clean tools and equipment with water.
- Refer to Application
- Packaging Quart, 1, 5 and 55 gallon containers.
- Shelf Life 18 months in unopened containers.
- Storage Protect from freezing. Transport and store in cool, clean, dry conditions in unopened containers. High temperature will reduce shelf life.
- Do not apply if temperature of substrate is below 45°F.
- Do not apply if ambient temperature is below 45°F.
- Do not re-temper mixes modified with K-88 Admix.
Health and Safety
- Product is alkaline.
- Avoid contact with skin and eyes.
- Avoid breathing vapors.
- Refer to Safety Data Sheet (SDS) for additional information.
- In case of skin contact, wash thoroughly with soap and water.
- For eye contact, flush immediately with a high volume of water for at least 15 minutes and contact a medical professional.
- For respiratory problems, remove person to fresh air.
- If respiratory difficulty persists, contact a medical professional.
- Dispose of material in accordance with local, state and federal regulations.