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Filler material range For a maximally smooth and rapid progress

Whether using hand application, powder or spray fillers – what matters are efficiency and quality: Flawlessly smooth surfaces that are also easy to apply and easy to sand. The advantages of Brillux filler materials:

  • The right product for every substrate (unplastered brickwork, render, concrete, plasterboard, and textured old coatings)
  • For interior and exterior use
  • In bags or buckets, for self-mixing or ready to apply
  • Easy application
  • Efficient application

Suitable accessories such as fiberglass filling nonwoven, smoothing compound, etc. make work even more efficient and round out the Brillux complete product range.

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    Hand applying filler

    Smooth in no time at all

    The Brillux hand applying fillers are convincing because of their quality and easy application:

    • Extremely easy to apply
    • Extremely easy to smooth
    • Extremely easy to sand
    • Facade Filler Light ELF 1883 for interior and exterior use

    TIP: Apply the material directly with a notched trowel. This saves much time when smoothing and reduces burrs and thus sanding effort.

    Spray filler

    Perfect results in no time at all

    Spray fillers save much time during material application, meaning that fewer workers are required at the construction site.

    • Can be used with Airless or worm conveyors
    • Extremely easy to smooth
    • Extremely easy to sand
    • Reduced sanding effort due to fewer burrs
    • Low bubble formation on concrete

    TIP: Combing through the applied filler material saves much time when smoothing and reduces e burrs, and thus sanding effort.

    Powder filler

    • <p>Mix powder filler material with water.</p>

      Mix powder filler material with water.

    • <p>Mix to a pasty, lump-free, homogeneous mass.</p>

      Mix to a pasty, lump-free, homogeneous mass.

    • <p>Fills joints, cracks and holes flawlessly, and does not shrink.</p>

      Fills joints, cracks and holes flawlessly, and does not shrink.

    • <p>The material can be sanded after drying.</p>

      The material can be sanded after drying.

    Good filling power, good adhesion, and easy to mix

    Do fill holes, cracks and joints have to be filled? Or does the entire exterior facade have to be filled? This is a case for quick-drying powder filler.

    • Fast curing of large layer thicknesses
    • Can be portioned depending on the required quantity
    • Long pot life
    • No sinkage

    Efficient work

    Even more effective and more economical

    1. Combing through the surfaces

    Combing through the applied filler material saves much time when smoothing and reduces burrs and thus sanding effort.

    2. Spray application instead of manual application

    Machine application saves much time. Savings of up to 40 percent can be achieved with the material application alone compared with manual application – incl. setup and cleaning times.

    Masking the sprayer

    The setup times for the machines are different depending on the object. But the following always applies: The technology is ready for use in just a few steps and usually pays off even for small objects. To minimize the subsequent cleaning work, machine parts that come into contact with filler material should be masked with self-adhesive protective foil.

    4. Using Fiberglass Filling Nonwoven (see video)

    Fiberglass Filling Nonwoven provides the following advantages:

    • Increased filling power
    • Fewer filling steps
    • Fewer burrs
    • Reduced sanding effort

    Depending on the substrate, time savings of 25 percent can be achieved by using Fiberglass Filling Nonwoven.

    5. Smoothing from ground level

    Up the ladder, down the ladder: That takes much time. For work on the ceiling, use the broom and equipment handle with socket for the surface filler knife. By smoothing from ground level, you can be more efficient than ever!

    6. Spray filler, also for exterior use

    Efficient, also for exterior use: Facade Render Light ELF 1883 is not only suitable for interior use, but also for exterior applications. And it can now also be applied efficiently with airless sprayers.

    7. Large-volume containers for major construction sites

    On request, we can also supply Brillux filler materials in 250 liter big bags for filling silos.

    • The material does not cure in a closed system
    • Large material store at the construction site – low space requirements
    • No disposal of the packaging material at the construction site
    • Flexible follow-up deliveries via the Brillux branch network

    Further information is available from your sales consultant and in our theme world "Efficent work"

    Gypsum plasterboard filling

    Prepare surface correctly

    Gypsum plasterboards can be filled in different quality levels depending on the required final coating.

    The simple way to achieve the correct surface quality

    Filling in accordance with quality level 1 (Q1)

    Work steps:

    • Filling the butt joints
    • Covering the visible parts of the fastenings

    Suitable for surfaces that are to be covered with tiles and boards.
     
    Product: Joint and Wall Filler 1875

    Filling in accordance with quality level 2 (Q2)

    Work steps:

    • Base filling (Q1)
    • Further filling until a seamless transition to the plasterboard surface is achieved

    Suitable for surfaces covered with medium and coarse textured wall coverings.
     
    Product: Joint and Wall Filler 1875

    Filling in accordance with quality level 3 (Q3)

    Work steps:

    • Standard filling (Q2)
    • Broad filling of the joints
    • The remaining board surface is troweled under pressure to seal the pores

    Surfaces filled to Q3 are suitable for fine textured wall coverings or matt emulsion coatings. Products: Joint and Wall Filler 1875 for standard filling Q2. Pressure troweling of the surface is performed with Universal Hand Applying Filler 1882 or Mineral Hand Applying Filler 1886.

    Filling in accordance with quality level 4 (Q4)

    Work steps:

    • Standard filling (Q2)
    • Broad filling of the joints, and full-surface covering and smoothing of the entire surface with filler material

    This surface is suitable for smooth and textured wall coverings and gloss coatings or creative techniques. Products: Joint and Wall Filler 1875 or alternatively emulsion filler materials

    Filling in accordance with quality level 3 with nonwoven embedding (Q3 + nonwoven)

    Comparable results with Q4 can be achieved with Q3 filling and subsequent gluing of nonwoven. This offers the advantage that hairline cracks can be avoided due to the reinforcing effect.

    • Q3 filling
    • Gluing CreaGlas Nonwoven VG 1001 Premium

    Accessories

    Professional aids for craftsmen

    Professionals have to have first-class equipment. This is why, in addition to the complete filler material product range, we also provide the right tools and suitable filling accessories for every application – from bucket trowels and surface filler knives to the notched trowels.