Opaque, silicate color finish for wood in exterior areas
Opaque paint finish as part of the KEIM Lignosil-System for the protection of non-dimensionally stable and limited dimensionally stable wood
Excellent moisture protection, particularly low diffusion resistance, UV-stable and absolutely lightfast, extremely weather resistant, longevity, stable velvet-matt appearance, easy to renovate, particularly economical
White, KEIM Palette Exclusiv
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After 20 years of research, the developers at KEIM succeeded in transferring the ‘silicate paint model’ to the substrate of wood. The result is KEIM Lignosil® - the world‘s first mineral composite coating to protect wooden surfaces from weathering.
The First Mineral Paint for Wooden Surfaces
The decisive advantages of the silicate system structure are enhanced by the very small material and work effort while renovating. In technical and economic aspects, KEIM Lignosil® is unbeatable.
Thanks to the aging behavior of KEIM Lignosil® which is a typical characteristic for silicate paints, a highly durable coating structure provides the advantage that surfaces usually do not need to be sanded off prior to a refinish. A thoroughly performed cleaning of the surfaces is all the preparation work it takes.
- Excellent moisture protection
- Particularly low diffusion resistance
- UV-stable and absolutely lightfast
- Extremely weather resistant
- Unmatched longevity
- Stable velvet-matt appearance
- Easy to renovate
- Particularly economical
Overview of KEIM Lignosil® system products
|Products ||Effect |
|KEIM Lignosil®-Color ||First patented silicate paint for wood creating an opaque paint finish for exterior wood components. |
|KEIM Lignosil®-Verano ||Silicate greying glaze for controlled greying and in order to simulate a greyed, patinated surface as it occurs on natural wood after years of weathering. |
|KEIM Lignosil®-Inco ||Innovative silicate paint for wood and wood-composite materials indoors. It maintains the natural hygroscopic properties of the wood and thus ensures a natural and pleasant indoor climate. |