Thermal insulating plasters ETG

  • Do not require reinforcement
  • High vapour permeability (0.34 mgh * Pa * m)
  • Hydrophobic
  • Thermo-insulating
  • Environmentally safe
  • Fire-resistant
  • Provide waterproofing, thermal and acoustic insulation of perimeter walls

When are thermal insulation plasters ETG mixed with water, they produce a mixture of an excellent plasticity with high levels of adhesion. ETG plasters are suitable for insulation of walls, floors and roofs against heat loss, moisture and noise. ETG plasters consist of 99% of inorganic substances, which makes them environmentally friendly; which also permits their use not only on external but also on internal structures. Thermal insulating plasters ETG are fire-resistant.

Thermal insulating plasters ETG provide economic savings of up to 40% and protect buildings against harsh weather conditions. ETG plaster mixtures also prevent heat loss during cold season of the year; thereby they are reducing the cost of heating and during summer they provide thermal comfort inside buildings.

Due to their water-repellent properties and the ability to “breathe”, ETG plasters facilitate removal of moisture in masonry, thus they prevent the formation of mould and fungi on surfaces of the walls and in internal constructions and create a safe and healthy climate inside buildings.

Thermal insulating plasters ETG do not contain carcinogens and are safe both for humans and the environment.

The main components of ETG plasters are granulated silica balls, which are characterized by the highest strength coefficient, low water absorption, have thermal insulation properties and are non-flammable.

Use of ETG plasters

Thermal insulation plasters ETG are used to insulate walls, floors and roofs against heat loss, moisture and noise and to equalise perimeter walls made of lightweight concrete, aerated concrete blocks, bricks, metal structures and other materials from inside and outside. Thickness of the plaster varies from 5 to 100 mm.