A masonry biocide for the treatment and prevention of dry rot in masonry and brickwork. Ready to use - applied by either brush, spray or injection.
Masonry Dry Rot Treatment
This high strength masonry biocide comes ready to use for the treatment and control of dry rot and fungal growth in masonry and brickwork.
The micro emulsion is designed for high penetration into the substrate for a deeper, longer lasting treatment. It is designed for either spray application or for injection into the masonry and can also be sprayed onto the subsoil.
Before any dry rot treatment is applied, it is essential to eliminate the source of damp. Treated areas can be rendered over and painted.
For timbers that are within the affected area, identify and remove infected timbers (cut back in-situ timbers 500mm beyond last signs of fungal growth or strands) and treat all timber that will remain or that is being re-instated in and arround the area with Permagard Universal Wood Preserver.
For more information on dry rot treatment contact our team on 0117 982 3282 or read our guide to identifying and treating dry rot.
- Solvent Free
- Quick Drying
- Deep Penetration into the substrate
- Ready to use
- Targets Dry Rot and Fungal Growth
- Prevents Reinfestation
- For Masonry and brickwork
|Size:||5 litre container|
|Dilution:||Ready to use|
|Coverage:||1 litre of product per 3-4m² of surface area|
|HSE Registration No:||7663|
|Country of Manufacture:||United Kingdom|
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Can I use Dry Rot Treatment (ready to use) on timber?
No, all timber in and around the area that is remaining and any new timber that is being put into the area should be treated with Permagard Universal Wood Preservative. This product is solely for masonry, brickwork and sterilising the sub floor oversite.