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Nazareth House Dry-Products kilsaran

Nazareth House, Dublin 3

Kilsaran Products Featured:

Kilsaran DuraRend – CE marked, EN 998-1 FPC certified, NSAI Agremént certified mineral render. Kilsaran/Ceresit CT 16 priming coat and Kilsaran/Ceresit CT 79 Impactum elastomeric plaster – CE marked to EN 15824.
 

About Nazareth House

Kilsaran are the only Republic of Ireland based rendering mortar manufacturer to hold third party factory production control certification to I.S. EN 998-1 and NSAI Agremént certification for hybrid rendering systems consisting of mineral renders conforming to EN 998-1 and organic based renders complying with EN 15824.

Kilsaran’s DuraRend Classic System and GP Render were the products of choice for the recently completed extension to Nazareth House Nursing Home in Dublin 3. Kilsaran recently supplied their NSAI Agremént certified DuraRend Classic System and GP Render to Kilcawley Construction for use on a new 90 bed Nursing Home. The area of the new building is 6500sq.m over 3 storeys. On completion of the project approximately 3500sq.m of the existing Nursing Home was refurbished to meet current HIQA requirements. The overall project value was €14 million. Specification requirements called for a durable, low maintenance self-cleaning façade that could be colour matched to a variety of colour shades in the existing building.

Specification requirements called for a CE marked, EN 998-1 compliant, sand and cement plaster for the internal walls which received a gypsum skim coat finish. Internal wall structures consisted of dissimilar substrates presenting a challenge for plastering coats. Kilsaran provided guidance on the treatment of these areas and supplied their Super Bond Render to act as a preparatory coat to provide a suitable key for their NSAI Agremént certified, CE marked, EN 998-1 FPC certified, GP Render.
This independently certified, factory produced plaster provided a high level of confidence to the client and
design team.

Nazareth House Dry-Products kilsaran

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