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Product based on special cements, selected aggregates and additives.
Features and applications
- Indoor floor levelling.
- High mechanic resistance.
- High resistance to abrasion.
- Easy to apply.
- Excellent fineness.
- Excellent levelling qualities.
- Up to 5 mm thickness.
- Concrete, mortar flooring and similar elements.
- Substrates must be resistant, stable, sound and clean, free of dust, demolding agents, organic products, etc.
- For non-porous and very porous undergrounds apply a primer (as TEXTURE FIX-PLUS) or improve the roughness through mechanical means.
- Before applying the paste, make sure that residual moisture is below the recommended proportion (less than 3%).
Instructions for use
- Add water (5.5 to 6 litres per bag) and mix with a low-speed mechanical mixer (500 rpm approx.) until you have an even and fluid paste.
- Let the mixture stand for 2 minutes and remix.
- The manipulation time of the paste is 20 minutes, depending on the weather conditions.
- Pour the mixed product on the base to be set and spread with a levelling trowel.
- The recommended thickness is 2 – 3 mm. applied in one coat.
Cautions and recommendations
- Do not apply below 5ºC nor above 30ºC.
- Do not apply when there is a risk of frost, rain, strong wind or direct sunlight.
- Do not apply on humid floors or when there is a risk of humidity.
- Do not add water once it starts to harden.
- Do not apply outdoors.
- On surface areas greater than 20 m², it is advisable to make partition joints (of 6mm minimum), filling them with an elastic material, such as PUMALASTIC PU.
- On surface areas greater than 12 m², it is advisable to do perimeter joints, filling them with an elastic material.
|Setting starting time||
|Time to wait before walking on surface||
4 – 5 hours
8 – 12 hours
|Cladding time tiling or wall-to-wall carpet starting||
24 hours later
|Cladding time timber, synthetic floor or paint starting||
24 hours later
|Resistence to compression||
|UNE-EN 13813 Classification||
CT C20 F6
1,5 Kg/m2 per mm of thickness
Times shown relate to 23ºC temperature and 50% relative humidity. Such times are shorter at higher temperatures and longer at lower temperatures.