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BORNIT® Injektil 100

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BORNIT® Injektil 100
Injection agent against rising, capillary masonry dampness, applicable on all building material structures in good condition. Solvent-free, for masonry reconstruction using non-pressurized, chemical injection, also suitable for pressurized injection.
Protect against frost!
Color: transparent

EAN-Codeorder-No.Package
4 017228 004037
4 017228 004051
4 017228 004068
6900002689
6900002688
6900002538
1 liter
10 liter
20 liter
single
60 canister
24 canister
Consumption
approx. 20 liter/m² masonrycross-section
BORNIT® Injektil 100 - 10 liters

detailed information

Areas of application
BORNIT® Injektil 100 is used to subsequently provide horizontal barriers against rising moisture in concrete, masonry and plaster. The product can be applied via non-pressurised, chemical injection as well as via pressure injection.
The structure of the building material must be firm and well preserved, since BORNIT® Injektil 100 does not have any material solidifying properties.
Use of the injection agent is possible up to a degree of moisture penetration of max. 65 % and a max. wall thickness of 0.70 m.

Type and properties
BORNIT® Injektil 100 is a thin liquid injection agent based on a water-repellent siliconate.

Product advantages
• Easiest handling because it is ready to use
• very good penetration
• Economical and cost-reducing as there is less equipment, material and labor

Substrate
The building material structure must be solid and well preserved, as BORNIT® Injektil 100 has no building material-strengthening properties.

Processing
For chemical injection, BORNIT® Injektil 100 is used undiluted (as delivered). It contains potassium hydroxide and therefore undergoes an alkaline reaction. Therefore, eyes, skin and clothing must be protected from splashes. Sensitive surfaces (e.g. aluminium and glass) can be slightly etched. Immediately remove splashes with a lot of water. Chemical injections are normally inserted at base height (above ground) as well as in the basement area above the pressure and retained water lines.
For the provision of horizontal waterproofing, holes are drilled into the substrate to be treated above the ground or, upon excavation, above the basement floor.
Should fractures, voids or open joints be noticed after drilling the holes, the holes must be filled with BORNIT®- Drill Hole Filler, wherein the thin liquid mortar must be pressed in. Prior to thorough hardening (after approx. 30 minutes up to max. 3 hours), the holes must be drilled again.

The distance of the drill-holes depends on the absorbency of the building material. In case of strong absorbency of the material, the distance of the drill-holes can be larger, with lesser absorbency smaller. In principle, however, it should be max. 120 mm. For non-pressurised injection, the drill-hole diameter is approx. 12-16 mm, the drilling angle (inclined from top to bottom) between 45 ° and 30 °. The drill-hole depth should correspond to the wall thickness minus 5 cm.

Remove the drilling dust prior to injection. Walls with a thickness of more than 0.5 m as well as corners should be treated from both sides. In case of higher wall thicknesses, the reaction until the water repellency becomes effective is greatly delayed. Non-pressurised injection is performed using a suitable watering can and always wet in wet until saturation and termination of the absorption of the impregnation agent (depending on the type of masonry) are achieved.

It is likewise possible to impregnate the masonry from dispensing bottles with a spout. For that, smaller drill-hole diameters are sufficient.
For pressure injection, which should preferably be performed in the low-pressure range, the drill-hole diameters depend on the specified packers.


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Additional measures:
Following execution of a chemical masonry injection against capillary rising masonry moisture, make sure that water cannot penetrate the masonry above the injection area anymore. For that, the plaster must be renewed with the respective necessary substrate pre-treatment and vertical waterproofing of the outer surfaces in contact with the ground. If the plaster is salt-damaged, it should be stripped after the treatment and replaced with renovation plaster. Structurally damaging salts must be neutralised with BORNIT® Anti Sulphate.
The operating principles and procedures are described in WTA data sheet 4-4-04 / D "Masonry injections against capillary moisture", including the necessary accompanying measures.
Consumption
Approx. 20 l per m² of masonry cross-section, depending on moisture content, thickness and condition of the masonry.

Product data in brief

Basis Special silanes
Colour   Light pink
Processing temperature From +5 °C
Density approx. 1.02 g/cm³
Consistency Liquid
pH-value 11
Consumption depending on the wall thickness


System products
BORNIT® Drill Hole Filler
BORNIT® Anti Sulphate
BORNIT® Filling Stick

Storage
At temperatures below +40 °C and frost-free, storable for 12 months.

Health and fire protection, occupational safety
For information on handling, safety and ecology, please refer to the current safety datasheet.

Forms of delivery
  1.0 l    PE bottle (also with spout)………    15 pcs. per box
10.0 l    PE canister……………………………...........    60 containers per pallet
20.0 l    PE canister……………………………...........    24 containers per pallet

Note on disposal
Only recycle completely empty containers. Material residues can be disposed of according to AVV-ASN: 060205* (other bases).

Note
This datasheet replaces any previous technical information about the product. Thus, this information is no longer valid. The details have been compiled according to the latest state of application technology. Please observe, however, that, depending on the state of the construction object, deviations from the method of application suggested in the datasheet may be required. Unless agreed otherwise in individual contracts, any information contained in the datasheet shall be non-binding and thus does not represent an agreed product constitution. We reserve the right to changes in the information contained in this datasheet anytime.

Reference

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