Keim Optil is a ready to use silica-sol interior mineral paint in accordance with DIN EN 3 300. Keim Optil is suitable for all conventional interior wall and ceiling surfaces whether unpainted or previously painted.
- With MacroFill technology for maximum light
- Abrasion resistant
- Outstanding hiding power
- Economic consumption
- Resists mould growth (certified resistance to
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Keim Optil is a ready to use silica-sol interior mineral paint in accordance with DIN EN 3 300. Keim Optil is suitable for all conventional interior wall and ceiling surfaces whether unpainted or previously painted, and is particularly suitable for the creation of interior designs with specific requirements for high colour intensity and appearance, in prestigious architecture and poor lighting conditions.
Top Features & Benefits
Keim Optil is optimised for application in areas with glancing lighting conditions. In addition to this, Keim Optil boasts the following features:
- With MacroFill technology for maximum light scattering.
- Intense and lightfast colour shades.
- Abrasion resistant.
- Outstanding hiding power.
- Economic consumption.
- Highly vapour permeable.
- Resists mould growth (certified resistance to fungi).
- Low environmental impact.
Preparation & Application
All loose, flaking and unstable material must be identified and then thoroughly removed, all
surfaces must be thoroughly washed down with clean cold water to remove all surface dirt and dust. When all surfaces are clean, sound, wind dry, dust free and free from all surface contaminants, decoration using KEIM Optil may proceed.
Keim Optil should be applied by brush or roller with a minimum period of 12 hours between coats.
Ambient and substrate temperature above 5°C and below 30°C. Do not apply in direct sunlight or onto sun-heated surfaces.
0.22lt per square metre for two coats. Consumption rates are offered for guideline purposes only and are quoted for smooth surfaces. Actual rates are the responsibility of the applicator. Project specifications should be referred to for specific rates.
Clean tools with water immediately after use.
The NBS (National Building Specification) is a UK-based specification launched in 1973 and is used by building professionals and architects to describe the materials, standards and workmanship of a construction project. Keim provides documentation specific to this product that outline the NBS specifics. You can download these documents by locating the Keim Optil product at the following link: Download the NBS Documents Here
- Interior / Exterior Use
- Water / Solvent Based
- Application Method
- Brush, Roller
- Standard / Ready Mixed
- Single, Two or Three Pack
- Pack Size
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