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A smooth, creamy water based acrylic coating. It is used as a protective and decorative coating for new, maintenance and refurbishment work and can be applied to most traditional building surfaces including concrete, repair mortar, render and masonry after preparation.

It provides a weather resistant surface which resists the ingress of CO2 and allows the substrate to 'breathe'. When applying RonaBond Crack Bridging Anti-carbonation Coating WB to facades, RonaBond Anti-carbonation Coating WB should be used for soffits and below DPC level, to reduce the risk of blistering associated with elastomeric coatings applied to substrates containing high levels of moisture. The semi-thick nature of RonaBond Anti-carbonation Coating WB provides high opacity.


  • Excellent CO2 resistance.
  • High resistance to UV degradation.
  • Excellent vapour permeability.
  • Permanent flexibility.
  • Water based - environmentally friendly.
  • Large standard colour range.
  • Smooth finish - low dirt retention.
  • Suitable for facades and soffits.

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Standard product features

Liquid state:

Semi-viscous coating.


100% acrylic dispersion in water, contains a protective fungicide and corrosion inhibitor.


Smooth dappled.


112 (±5 KU).


  • By weight 64% (±2%, white).
  • By volume 47% (±2%).


1.48 (±0.05).

Drying time:

  • Surface dry: 30 minutes.
  • Recoatable: 2 hours.

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This product is associated with the following NBS Create clause:
45-35-84/384 Anti-carbonation paints

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Ronacrete Ltd


+44 (0)1279 638700

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Manufacturer details

Ronac House,
Flex Meadow,
Essex, CM19 5TD
Tel +44 (0)1279 638700
Fax +44 (0)1279 638701
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