Click to Hide Notification

Raw Materials for Specialist Decorating

2 Item(s)

per page

Grid  List 

Set Descending Direction
  1. Lime Putty

    Lime Putty

    £94.99

    Call to Order

    Lime Putty 15 Litre (approx 20 Kg)

    Limestone (Calcium Carbonate – CaCO3) is burnt in a kiln giving off Carbon Dioxide (CO2) gas and forming Calcium Oxide (CaO) which is commonly known as Quicklime. It needs to be burnt at 900-1100°C to ensure a good material is produced. The resulting lime is at its most volatile and dangerous at this stage.

    The Burnt Lime or Quicklime is then combined with water (slaked) as quickly as possible. Combining Quicklime (CaO) and water (H20) produces Calcium Hydroxide (Ca(OH)2 – slaked lime and heat. It is combined with an excess of water which produces a putty. It is also known as non-hydraulic lime because it requires exposure to air in order to carbonate and does not set under water.

Learn More
  • Pelikan Nakiplast

    Pelikan Nakiplast

    Starting at: £7.56

    Pelikan Nakiplast Learn More
  • 2 Item(s)

    per page

    Grid  List 

    Set Descending Direction