The mortar is intended for making cement subfloors and floors as well as similar pressure, backing layers and layers shaping a slope, inside and outside buildings
Used as a base in a floor heating system, floating on thermal insulation, separating layer and linked with a bed.
Also other elements poured directly at a construction site can be made of this mortar, such as: foundations, lintels, stairs, ceilings - after prior installation of proper reinforcement.
Minimal layer thickness: base binding with the groundwork > 25 mm; base on separating layer > 35 mm; base "floating" on the thermal and/or acoustic insulation layer > 40 mm; anhydrite base in the floor heating system -> 45 mm (external diameter of the heating element + thickness of the layer above heating elements min. 30 mm).
Applied as base for ceramic tiles, synthetic lining, panels, parquet, etc.
- Very high durability
- Under parquet, panels, carpet flooring, tiles
Amount per unit
Unit per pallet
The mortar can be stored for up to 12 months from production date in sealed packaging and at temperatures, ranging from +5°C to +25°C. The storage area shall be kept out of the reach of children, protected against direct sunlight and located far from heat sources and naked flames. It can be transported by any means of transport, at a temperature not lower than +5°. It is not subject to ADR provisions.
|Classification according to PN-EN 13813:2003||CT-C40-F6|
|Shelf life after mixing with water||Up to 60 minutes|
|Possibility of standing on the laid floor||from 24 to 48 hours|
|Possibility of further works||After 28 days of hardening|
|Layer thickness||up to 25mm|
|Water mixing ratio||about 3.5 litres per 25 kg of dry compound|
|Dry compound consumption||c.a. 1.93 kg/m2 per 1 mm of thickness|
|Soluble chromium VI content||≤ 0,0002%|
|Reaction to fire||A1fl|
|Release of corrosive substances||CT|
|Water vapour permeability||NPD|
|Resistance to wear||NPD|