MAP-MFF / Lightweight Machine Plaster with Fibre

  • Suitable for plastering walls and ceilings in one or more layers (according to standard EN 998-1 mortar class CS II)
  • For outdoor and indoor works
  • For use only on mineral surfaces
  • Structuring is possible
  • Can be used as a heat-insulating layer on mineral bases and stable old plasters
  • With light fillers
  • It is processed manually or mechanically


Surface preparation

  • The base must be firm, dry, stable and without cracks
  • Clean the substrate from less durable and/or removable layers
  • Particularly dense and/or smooth substrates should be treated with an abrasive material
  • Highly water-absorbing surfaces must be primed with SAKRET BG primer or diluted SAKRET UG primer in a ratio of 1:3, especially smooth concrete surfaces must be primed with SAKRET QG primer


  • Mix in a clean container with cold water until a homogeneous mass without lumps is formed
  • After the ripening time, ~3 min., mix again
  • All works must be carried out in accordance with the regulations for wall masonry and plastering works!
  • The material that has started to harden must not be diluted with water!

Tehnical data

Air and surface temperatureThermal conductivity λ10, dry (table value EN 1745)ConsumptionFire safety classMaximum grain sizeWater for mixing 30 kgOne layer thicknessFrom 30 kg of dry mixture can be madeCompressive strength after 28 days/nightsProcessing time
from +5°C till +25°C≤0,31 W/(mK) P=50% / ≤0,35 W/(mK) P=90%Approximately 10 kg/m² of dry mixture, if layer thickness is 10 mmA1 (non-flammable)till 1mmapprox. 7,5 litresfrom 5mm till 25mmapprox. 31 liter mortar1,5-5,0 N/mmapprox. 2 hours
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