KEIM MINERAL PAINTS LTD
Deer Park Way, Donnington Wood
Shropshire TF2 7NA
Tel: 01952 231250
Fax: 01952 231251
Company Registration Number 2343394
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Keim Lotexan on concrete
Breathability of Keim Mineral Paints
The crystalline nature of mineral paints means there are finite gaps between adjacent crystals, these ‘holes’ are large enough to allow the free passage of moisture vapour but small enough to prevent the passage of driven rain. Keim Mineral Paints are in excess of 96% breathable. This video shows a Keim Mineral Paint in one tube and a conventional acrylic coating in another, you can see that the high breathability of the Keim tube allows permeability through the coating.
Keim Concretal Lasur Application with Nicola Young, Senior Colourist
Keim Concretal Lasur is a concrete colourwash, ideal for removing blemishes and colour variations from concrete surfaces.
In this video our Senior Colourist, Nicola Young gives detailed instructions for material application.
Keim Restauro Lasur Application with Nicola Young, Senior Colourist
Keim Restauro Lasur is a colourwash system which can be used onto stonework, brickwork and render to create a natural effect and disguise repairs, imperfections and variations.
In this video our Senior Colourist, Nicola Young gives detailed instructions for material application onto a rendered surface to create a limewash-type effect.
Keim Universal Render Application with Paul Milligan
Incombustibility of Keim Mineral Paints
Keim Mineral paints are inherently non-combustible. They do not burn, do not support the spread of flame and do not give off any noxious emissions due to their inorganic composition. This video demonstrates the difference between a Keim Mineral Paint and a conventional acrylic based material.
Creative Lasur Techniques (Keim Demark)
Produced by our friends at Keim in Denmark this is a fantastic video showing the possibilities of Lasur.
There are a few translation issues with the text, but it's worth a look and really shows the possibilities and effects which can be created with Lasurs.