The benefits speak for themselves
- Highly dehumidifying
- highly permeable/high capillary suction
- resistant to salts
- heat and sound insulating
- adheres to extremely wet masonry
- permanently moisture and salt resistant
- prevents mould
- stable and resistant to aging
- easy to work with
- healthy living environment
- a material for all applications
Organic and healthy
Whether masonry dehumidification or base renovation: the dehumidifying systems from IBT drain moisture through the masonry. By means of the special IBT technology, a unique pore system is created during mixing, which dries the wall by suction due to the physical process of capillary action.The evaporation rate is always higher than the incoming moisture. By continuously repeating these cycles - starting in the bottom wall layers - a further rising of moisture in the material is prevented.A NATURAL BARRIER IS CREATED!
The result are dry buildings, from the basement to the roof!
For all wet areas
Most of the salt load remains inactive in the dried masonry and can not cause any further damage. The salt components previously absorbed into the plaster are minimum. The stable plaster structures and pore systems manage these existing amounts and suppress further crystallisation (existing anions) .
No further destruction by salts or moisture!
Comfortable room climate
After completion of the dehumidification process, the plaster takes over the vapour regulation in the interior and highly vapour-permeable end coatings support this effect permanently. This prevents the formation of condensation. Due to the high proportion of spherical pores, the aerius plaster system is also highly heat and sound insulating (high porosity/closed spherical pores).
Simple technology, instead of fighting against water
The vapour permeable microporous structure quickly removes moisture from the substrate (Capillary suction). Absorbed moisture in liquid form is distributed in the capillary pores on the entire plaster surface, is converted into water vapour in the middle and last layers of plaster and evaporates on the specific enlarged surface of the plaster or after application on a highly open diffusion end coating.
The evaporation rate is always higher than the incoming moisture. By continuously repeating these cycles - starting in the bottom wall layers - a further rising of moisture in the material is prevented. Due to repeated cycles of moisture in the masonry, an enrichment of all minerals (salts, lime, etc.) occurs in the foundation/masonry area, which closes the ascent paths in the pore systems.
A natural barrier is created!