NCL Render 608 – HP
Looks great serves best
NCL Render known as stucco or plaster, is a coating applied to building surfaces. It provides a protective and decorative finish, improving aesthetics and durability with proper application, it forms a strong bond to the substrate, enhancing the overall strength and longevity to your structure.
pre-mix for superfast
quality for higher productivity
Strong bonding, excellent workability.
Cost-effective, budget-friendly option.
Unbeatable advantages, that set us apart!
Eliminates the dependency on sand save water
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- Preserve natural resources like water and sand.
Factory produced dry mix plastering mortar that confirms to prescribed standards
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- Factory made products adhere to stringent process control and quality norms, making it of uniform quality.
Special additives and polymers ensure excellent bonding and workability.
Being ready to use, it covers more work per day thus accelerating construction.
Cost effective – no need to procure and store and cement
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- Reduces wastage at site by more than 15%.
Easy application reduces plastering time and labour
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- Studies have shown that there is substantial reduction in the number of skilled and unskilled labour needed.
NCL Render specifications
Experience efficient and fast application with factory premixed composition, saving time and labor with high compressive, tensile, and flexural strength, it ensures a robust and durable finish while minimizing shrinkage and hairline cracks. Cost-effective and environmentally friendly,
Labor and time-saving
Factory premixed material saves labor and time.
Enables rapid construction progress.
High compressive strength
Ensures strong and durable structures.
Good tensile strength
Resists tension and stretching forces.
Excellent flexural strength
Withstands bending and loading stresses.
Reduces material contraction during curing.
Reduces hairline cracks
Helps maintain smooth surfaces.
Cost-effective and VOC-free
Economical choice with no harmful emissions.
Key facts and specifications
- Suitable for interior & exterior applications.
- Suitable to apply on fly ash bricks, clay bricks, AAC Blocks, concrete blocks.
- Any other cementitious substrates.
- For filling the cavity, holes and irregularities to level the surface.
|2||Water Mixing Proportion||Mfg. Spec||17.5 % to 20%|
|3||Pot Life||Mfg. Spec||60 minutes|
|4||Compressive||ASTM||> 4 Mpa|
|5||Flexural Strength||ASTM||> 2 Mpa|
|6||Tensile Strength||ASTM||> 0.5 Mpa|
- Ensure that the wall’s surface should be free from dust, oil, grease, paints, loose foreign particles/materials and curing agents which may affect adhesion.
- Proper hacking to be done on concrete.
- Wet the surface before application without leaving excess water.
- Before application proper wall plumbing measures are to be taken.
- Apply the dough with help of steel trowel on the bare brick wall surface from base of the surface to upward to get an average thickness of 10 mm. If required apply more material to achieve 10 mm thickness
- Coat on coat can be done up to 18 mm thickness
- To make the surface smooth & uniform run the wooden / fibre / plastic trowel
- For immediate strength & better performance 1 to 2 days curing is required based on weather conditions
- Keep out of reach of children.
- Keep in a dry place.
- Avoid inhalation of dust.
- If it comes in contact with eyes or you feel skin irritation, wash with plenty of plain water and consult a doctor.
- The level from base to the top layer should be properly horizontal.
- There should not be any gap between the joints of AAC Blocks.
- Bottom layer of AAC Block should be properly laid, so that no gaps should come in between otherwise the blocks would crack.
- The lentil should be placed after every 5 to 6 layers of AAC Blocks or 6 m length to avoid cracks. It should be placed on a complete block.
- Storage on dry and even surface to avoid damage and contact with moisture.
- Before application – wet the block.
- Use self curing block mortar with 3 to 4 mm thickness only and notching is mandatory.
- Use a tool like hacksaw or rotary cutter.
- Should rest on full block.
- Do not use a rich mortar mix as it tends to shrink & might crack.
- Do not flood the brick with water.
- Do not construct a wall without coping the beam.
- Do not stack the blocks in haphazard manner or leave them exposed to rain or moisture.
- Do not use tools like hammer, chisel etc. to cut the block.