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To eliminate harmful substances when painting.
EM Ceramic Powder Amron A is a ceramic powder containing Effective Microorganisms. It is added to the paint when painting rooms. It absorbs and reduces harmful substances in building materials, paint, cement and other materials. The otherwise characteristic chemical smell after painting is absorbed and disappears immediately.
Basic Ingredients 78,4 % SiO2 (siliconoxid = quartz), 14,1 % Al2O3 (Aluminium oxide), K2O (potassium oxide)
The treatment can permanently combat mould and also prevent it in areas at risk.applications.show_details
This additive can be mixed into any wall paint and acts to prevent and reduce mould contamination.applications.show_details
Mixing the paint with Effective Microorganisms counters aggressive substances and ensures a pleasant indoor environment immediately after painting.applications.show_details
The use of EM Ceramic Powder for Construction eliminates harmful substances in the materials used.applications.show_details
The environmentally-friendly method keeps drains clean for much longer and blockages only occur very rarely, if at all.applications.show_details
EM Ceramics reduces the size of water clusters in drinking water, which enables better transfer of nutrients and minerals into the cells and more effective removal of harmful substances.applications.show_details
The EM Ceramic Water Reactor improves the water quality throughout the household, changes the structure of limescale and prevents it from accumulating in pipes.applications.show_details
Daniel Zippel is an EM advisor and an expert on issues such as the production and functioning of EM Ceramics. He has been successfully using Effective Microorganisms - particularly EM Ceramics - since 2003. "One of my specialist areas is the building sector.
For pretreatment of old masonry I spray on EM Clear active for a natural drainage process or for mould-resistant painting in damp rooms I mix Amron A powder into the paint. These two methods have been very successful for me."