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'Golden Hour' by Josef Krstofeletti
KEIM Soldalit is a highly developed multi-purpose exterior sol silicate paint system based on a combination of KEIM potassium silicate and silica sol binding agents, forming a chemical bond to mineral substrates and a mechanical bond to existing paint coatings.
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KEIM Soldalit
KEIM Soldalit is a highly developed multi-purpose exterior sol silicate paint system based on a combination of KEIM potassium silicate and silica sol binding agents, forming a chemical bond to mineral substrates and a mechanical bond to existing paint coatings.
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Exterior Aura Feature
Check out this great example of mineral silicate paint for masonry. After and before. Keim invented this product 150 years ago to be used on exterior fresco and art as well as masonry based architecture to preserve, sustain and not degrade. This paint makes a molecular bond to masonry so it doesn't peel. Uses oxide tints so it doesn't fade. It is water permeable so it breaths moisture in and out. Refraction of light so no angular shine. Keim trim paint is Benjamin Moore's Exterior Aura nano particle paint.
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Community Hall in Argentina
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PGA Tour Headquarters
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Ochre-Colored Winery at French Vineyard
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Chengdu Tianfu International Airport Officially Opens
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MINERAL SILICATE DIFFERENCE
KEIM mineral paints — a Bavarian invention by the scientist Adolf Wilhelm Keim — are liquid silicate paints that becomes a part of the surface to which it is applied and binds the color pigment into it as well.

KEIM became the leading manufacturer of mineral paints providing only the highest quality, research-based paints with application characteristics prized by painters, and long lasting durability demanded by owners.
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FEATURED VIDEO

PROJECT GALLERY
10 Sullivan, New York, NY
About:
Developed by Madison Equities and Property Markets Group, 10 Sullivan is a contemporary addendum to SoHo's rich architectural legacy.

Challenges:
Raw concrete surfaces were aesthetically unacceptable due to form marks, holes, pits and voids. After remedial action was taken to minimize poor appearance, the concrete was still unacceptable. The architect decided a concrete filler and subsequent finish was required to deliver an acceptable final concrete appearance.

Solutions:
After all form marks were abraded, KEIM Concrete Cleaner and KEIM Concretal Fine Filler was used to fill-in blow holes, pits and voids to deliver a smoother concrete surface. Then two coats of Concretal W Protective Mineral Silicate Finish for Concrete was applied to smooth out and deliver a concrete finish that was aesthetically acceptable.

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