Lime plaster K100/1200

Product description

Fescon Lime Plaster is an air entrained, lime-based dry mortar that can be mixed with water and cement on the worksite to get a lime cement plaster with good workability properties. With the Fescon special manufacturing method, the plaster has the good properties of the traditional wet plaster. The maximum grain size is 0.6-4.0 mm.The finished wet plaster is suitable for use in adhesion plastering or filling according to the amount of cement. Suitable for mechanical and manual application.


  • add water and cement according to the instructions
  • good workability properties
  • extremely weather-resistant
  • pumpable
  • breathable


  • burnt brick
  • lime-cement plastering
  • Kahi-brick
  • insulation plastering
The product is suitable for use on sites with a Nordic Swan Ecolabel.

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EAN code Product name Product number Package size
6416841339010 Lime plaster K100/1200 0,6 mm 33901 800 kg
6416841339102 Lime plaster K100/1200 1,5 mm 33910 1000 kg
6416841339119 Lime plaster K100/1200 4 mm 33911 1000 kg


Refer to the bag and the work instructions for how much cement and water the plaster requires. Add the cement into a small amount of water and mix it into a paste, dose the correct amount of basic plaster as volume fractions, add the required amount of water and mix it with a free fall mixer for around 10-15 minutes. Allow the plaster to stand for around ten minutes and mix it again for a short while. Find the correct consistency at this stage by gradually adding the rest of the water. We do not recommend adding all of the water right at the start. Every batch must be mixed in the same way. The finished lime-cement plaster remains workable for around 2-3 hours. Lowest usage temperature + 5°C.

The brick surface and the plaster surface to be repaired must be clean and undamaged. Remove salt, dust, rust and compact cement paste, for example by water sand blasting. If necessary, wet a dry surface while retaining the absorption capacity of the base. Select the patching plaster grade according to the strength of the base. In deep patching, we recommend using coarse, so-called manual plasters. Allow the patches to harden at least for a couple of days before plastering the entire surface.

Slam or spray the adhesive plaster tightly to the base so that it fills 90-95% of the base. The adhesive plaster must be allowed to harden for at least one day before filling. Apply the filling plaster with a plaster trowel or a pump. A suitable thickness for one layer of filler is around 15 mm. If the layer thickness exceeds 20 mm, the filler must be applied in several layers so that the previous layer has had time to dry for one to two days before the next layer is applied. In dry conditions, the base must be dampened. Screed the filler plaster with a board. You can also carefully float the surface with a wooden tool to level the surface.

If necessary, you must remember the aftercare of the finished plaster surface, for example by spraying it with water.

Waste handling

Storage and handling of waste. See the separate storage and disposal instructions

Technical information

Material usage

3-6 kg/m² (adhesion)
approx. 30 kg/m² (fill to approx. 15 mm layer)

Water requirement 140-180 l/1000 kg
Finished compound approx. 600 l/1000 kg
Binder Lime (after addition also cement)
Aggregate Natural sand
Colour Grey
Maximum grain size

0.6, 1.2 and 4.0 mm

Package size 1000 kg

storage time in a dry location approx. 1 year


If necessary, add aeration additives.

Lowest usage temperature

+ 5 0C

Workability time 2-3 h from the addition of cement
Compressive strength

After the addition of the cement (in parts by volume):

1:4 approx. 20/80

1:5 approx. 35/65

1:8 approx. 50/50  

1:10 approx. 60/40

Fire class Class A1 (non-combustible)
Frost resistance flexural and compressive strength do not decrease after 200 melt-freeze cycles

Hägermann 170 mm

Water retention capacity 80- 90%

The information is based on tests and practical experience. We cannot affect conditions at the work site so we cannot assume responsibility for the end result affected by local conditions.


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