R-SL-MAGK Acrylic for Drywall

Flexible acrylic dispersion sealant.

Features and benefits

  • For joining of plasterboard sheets in attics.
  • Solvent-free
  • Flexible plastic joint, water-resistant after curing.
  • Can be painted when fully-cured.
  • Suitable for most construction substrates.
  • Designed for internal and external use, with resistance to changeable weather conditions, once cured.

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    Base material

    • Plasterboard


    • Metal Sheet & Profiles

      Metal Sheet & Profiles

    • Ceramics


    • Concrete


    • Masonry


    • Wood


    • Glass


    • High-Density Natural Stone

      High-Density Natural Stone

    • Plaster


    For use also with

    • Solid Concrete Block

      Solid Concrete Block

    • Hollow-core Slab

      Hollow-core Slab

    • Concrete Slab

      Concrete Slab

    • Aerated Concrete Block

      Aerated Concrete Block

    • Lightweight Concrete Block

      Lightweight Concrete Block

    • Hollow Lightweight Concrete Block

      Hollow Lightweight Concrete Block

    • Silicate Blocks

      Silicate Blocks

    • Hollow Brick

      Hollow Brick

    • Vertically-perforated Clay Block

      Vertically-perforated Clay Block

    • Hollow Sand-lime Brick

      Hollow Sand-lime Brick

    • Solid Brick

      Solid Brick

    • Solid Sand-lime Brick

      Solid Sand-lime Brick

    • Ceramic Hollow Block

      Ceramic Hollow Block

    • Gypsum Fibreboards

      Gypsum Fibreboards

    • Plasterboard


    • Chipboard


    • Oriented Strand Board

      Oriented Strand Board

    • Stainless Steel

      Stainless Steel

    Installation guide

    Installation guide
    Installation guide
    Installation guide
    1. Clean up the gap. Surface, that the acrylic will be applied on, should be clean, free of dust, dirt, grease, oil, rust, remains of old sealant and other substances that might lower the cohesion.
    2. In case of absorptive substrates, the priming is suggested. The test of adhesion prior application is also recommended.
    3. Prior to application, protect edges with masking tape
    4. Cut the tip of the cartridge, leaving part of the thread. Screw the applicator on to the thread, then cut at the required angle to give an aperture width suited to the joint.
    5. Use manual or pneumatic gun applicator.
    6. The applied acrylic can be smoothed with a spatula.
    7. After completing the application, wipe tools with a paper towel and wash with water.
    8. Fully dried product should be secured with plaster, paint etc.


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