Mapei Ultraplan Renovation Screed 3240 - Fibre Reinforced - 25Kg
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Fibre reinforced self-levelling compound designed for the renovation/refurbishment of existing floor substrates.
For use in both commercial and domestic situations. Can be used from 3-40mm on concrete, screed, stone, ceramic, timber (plywood, chipboard, T&G floorboards). Suitable for use with underfloor heating and for encapsulating electric cable undertile heating systems.
Ultraplan Renovation Screed 3240 is a fibre reinforced self levelling compound, designed for use in the refurbishment of existing floors in both commercial and domestic applications, it can be hand or pump applied.
WHERE TO USE
Used for interior levelling, smoothing and infilling differences in thickness from 3 to 40 mm on new or existing concrete, screeds, stone, terrazzo and ceramic tiles, old and new timber floors, floor boards, chipboard panels, plywood, parquet for use in dry locations as an underlayment for floor finishes such as tile, stone, vinyl, carpet and wood flooring.
Ultraplan Renovation Screed 3240 is suitable where good resistance to loads is required, also for wheelchair traffic and underfloor and undertile heating systems.
Preparation of the Substrate
The substrate should be solid, free of dust, loose particles, paint, oil, gypsum residues or other contamination that could compromise the bond. Timber substrates should be clean and solidly fixed, open joints should be sealed with Planiprep Skimcoat. Cementitious surfaces that are not sufficiently compacted must be removed or, where possible, consolidated with Prosfas or Primer EP. Cracks in the substrate should be repaired with Eporip.
The substrate should be primed with Mapeprim SP, Eco Prim Grip or Eco Prim T prior to the application of Ultraplan Renovation Screed 3240.
Preparing the mix
Pour a 25 kg bag of Ultraplan Renovation Screed 3240 into a bucket containing 4.25 - 4.5 litres of clean water and mix with a low speed electric mixer to obtain an homogeneous, self-levelling, lump free mix.
Larger quantities of Ultraplan Renovation Screed 3240 can be prepared in suitable mixers. After 2-3 minutes of slackening, the mix should then be restirred and then it is ready for use.
The amount of Ultraplan Renovation Screed 3240 mixed at any time must be used within 20 minutes (at a temperature of +23 degree celcius).
Apply in a single coat from 3 to 40 mm in thickness. To minimise aeration a spiked roller may be used. The self levelling properties of Ultraplan Renovation Screed 3240 will provide a surface ready to accept all kinds of floorcoverings.
Approx 6 square metres at 3 mm thickness.
25 kg bags.
12 months in a dry place and in the original un opened packaging.
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS FOR PREPARATION AND APPLICATION
Ultraplan Renovation Screed 3240 is contains cement that when in contact with sweat or other body fluids causes irritant alkaline reactions and allergic reactions to those predisposed. It can cause damage to eyes. During use wear protective gloves and goggles and take the usual precautions for handling chemicals. If the product comes in contact with the eyes or skin, wash immediately with plenty of water and seek medical attention.
For further and complete information about the safe use of our product please refer to the latest version of our Material Safety Data Sheet.
PRODUCT FOR PROFESSIONAL USE.
Whilst we try to ensure that any advice, recommendations or information given in our literature is accurate and
correct, we have no control over the circumstances in which our product is used. It is therefore important that the end users satisfy themselves that the product and conditions are suitable for the envisaged application.
No warranty can be given or responsibility accepted other than, that the product supplied by us will meet our written specification.
End users should ensure that our latest product data and safety information sheets have been consulted prior to use.
Please refer to the current version of the Technical Data Sheet, available from www.mapei.co.uk