Your Specialists for Mineral Silicate Paints


Beeckosil Fine.jpg

BEECK Coarse paint has a supreme filling capacity with the ability to visually equalize uneven surfaces.



A Single-component, ready-to-use historic quality silicate paint system which is extremely durable, highly vapor permeable and water repellent with BEECK ASF® Active Silicate Formulation. For use on any raw or uncoated brick, masonry or mineral façades.
Manufactured according to the German standard for Mineral Silicate Paints, VOB/C DIN 18363 2.4.1.

Available in self-cleaning photocatalytic Beeckosil +P.

BEECK Beeckosil is an extremely durable, single-component, ready-to-use silicate paint system with BEECK ASF® Active Silicate Formulation. Beeckosil is based on our historic formulation using pure potassium water glass for maximum silicification and is manufactured according to the German standard for Mineral Silicate Paints, VOB/C DIN 18363 2.4.1. Beeckosil represents a centuries old hand crafted paint that is extremely vapor permeable, weather resistant and water repellent, as well as fully UV stable. This sustainable product is hand made today with historic methods using the best quality raw materials and pure mineral pigmentation. Suitable for both interior and exterior applications. Beeckosil is used for restoration and renovation on brick, masonry, concrete, all types of stucco, lime cement plaster, terracotta and other raw mineral surfaces of historic as well as new structures. Previously painted surfaces must first be primed with one of the BEECK Bonding Coats prior to application of Beeckosil. Due to its unique handcrafted quality, period correct formulation, durability, and its physical properties, Beeckosil is a great fit for the building physics characteristics of historic structures. 

Beeckosil is available in white and all 200 colors in the BEECK Mineral Paint Color Chart. Custom color matching is also available. Please contact us for pricing on custom color matching.

Consumption is approximately between 300-350 sq.ft. per gallon, per coat.
(Minimum 2 coats required for weathering and performance)