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Weber.floor LEVEL - Self-leveling spout | 25kg
Cement self-leveling spout weber
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weber.floor LEVEL - Self-leveling spout for manual laying, 2-20 mm
The most important features of the weber level is:
- Very good self-leveling properties
- Perfect for manual stacking
- Makes it easy to get things done quickly
- Pedestrian traffic after 4-6 hours
- Laying ceramic tiles after 24 hours
- For smoothing screeds with underfloor heating
- For indoor use
The use of a self-leveling spout weber the following level:
- For fast execution of ground-related, smooth and leveled primers for carpet, PVC, cork, linoleum, ceramic tiles, stone, flooring, etc.
- For concrete substrates and cement primers, in dry and damp and wet rooms (e.g. bathrooms, kitchens, etc.).
- For indoor use in apartments, offices and public facilities.
The weber.floor LEVEL is not recommended to be operated without the above-mentioned floor layers.
Application WEBER floor level:
- Preparation of the substrate:
The substrate must be load-bearing, stable, dry and free of impurities that weaken the bond (e.g. fats, bitumen, dust, dust, adhesives, paint residues and mortars). Seal the holes in the ceiling to prevent mortar from leaking. Prime larger ground cavities (> 20 mm) and fill them with weber.floor RAPID mortar. Vacuum the substrate thoroughly and prime with weber.prim start or weber.floor 4716. Primer weber.prim start (mix the contents of the package before use):
• Prime concrete substrates without dilution,
• Prime the absorbent substrates twice - the first make the ground diluted with water in a ratio of 2:1, the second - without dilution.
Primer weber.floor 4716 (add the preparation to water):
• concrete substrates - concentrate mixed with water in a ratio of 1:3 (ground : water),
• absorbent substrates (e.g. porous concrete, cement screeds) - first priming 1:5, second 1:3.
Pour the prepared soil on to the substrate and distribute evenly with a soft brush. Do not leave excess primer in the hollows. Leave the ground to dry (about 3-5 hours). The priming layer increases the adhesion of the mortar to the substrate, facilitates its leveling, prevents the formation of air bubbles and dehydration of the mortar before binding. Detailed information on priming is contained in the technical data sheet of primer preparations. Around walls, columns, pipes, etc. perform circumferential dilatations using e.g. weber.floor 4960.
- Product preparation:
Pour 25 kg (bag) of dry weber.floor LEVEL into 4.9-5.3 l of pure water and stir for 2-3 minutes with a slow-speed electric stirrer until a homogeneous mass is obtained. Allow to stand for about 2 minutes and mix again briefly. Prepare portions that will be consumed within 15-20 minutes. Do not add more water than recommended by the instruction, as this will reduce strength and increase the contraction of the mortar. It is unacceptable to "improve" the product by adding sand, cement, etc.
- Executive guidelines:
Divide large areas into work areas e.g. with an adhesive sponge tape weber.floor 4965. The width of the poured field should not exceed 2-3 m. Pour weber.floor LEVEL into the substrate with bands 30-40 cm wide. Pour more portions of mortar so quickly that they can connect while they are still in a liquid state. After pouring, distribute the mass with a toothed troop or barbed roller (for thickness < 8 mm). Arrange the mortar without interruption until the entire area of the plot is covered. After the initial binding of the primer, remove the tapes from the sponge and proceed to pour the mortar on the next working plot. Fresh dirt with mortar washed off with water, hardened to remove mechanically.
approx. 1.7 kg/m² per mm thickness