weberfloor level is a polymer-modified, cement-based, self-smoothing levelling compound. It is used for correcting surface irregularities on interior floors.
ABOUT THIS PRODUCT
Self-smoothing levelling compound for uneven floor surfaces (up to 30 mm)
weberfloor level is used to level out minor surface unevenness on:
- Cement screeds
Suitable for covering with:
- Flexible floor coverings
- Parquet flooring
FEATURES AND BENEFITS
- Manufactured under BSI Quality Assurance Scheme ISO 9001
- Excellent spreading and smoothing characteristics
- Provides a very smooth finish
- Rapid drying
Not to be used where some movement is expected (e.g. underfloor heating).
Do not use:
– on permanently damp floors or floors with rising damp
– on friable or unstable floors in industrial areas
– on exterior floors
Substrates should be completely dry, hard, rigid and clean. Remove any traces of paint, plaster, laitance, old adhesive or other unsound materials. Thoroughly remove all traces of dust by vacuuming or sweeping.
Concrete should be a minimum 28 days old and have minimum compressive strength of 20 N/mm2.
The relative humidity of the substrate must be <95%.
Fill in any localised deep holes and allow to dry before applying the levelling compound.
Do not mix if the temperature is outside of the range +5°C to +30°C.
Thoroughly mix 5 litres of clean water per 25 kg bag using a slow speed electric mixer (250 rpm) for at least two minutes until a fluid, homogenous paste is obtained.
Allow the mix to stand for 2 minutes, then use within 20 minutes.
At higher temperatures this time will be reduced.
Do not attempt to extend the pot life by the addition of more water.
Pour the mix onto the floor and spread evenly with a steel trowel, spatula or spiked roller. Do not apply at thicknesses above 30 mm. The product will self-smooth and most trowel marks will disappear.
At 15 – 20°C weberfloor level will have set sufficiently hard in 2 to 4 hours to withstand light foot traffic. Laying of the floor covering can then commence within 24 hours. At lower temperatures and at thicknesses over 5 mm, these times will be extended.
The minimum application thickness is 2mm (4 mm in heavier traffic areas and under tiling).
weberfloor level is not intended as a wearing surface so the final finishing layer should be applied as soon as possible after drying has completed. If it is to be left for a prolonged period of time the surface should be suitably protected.
Allowance for movement
Allow for suitable expansion or control joints in screeds or slabs by following them through the new topping.
weber PR360: approximately 0.2 kg/m2.
HEALTH AND SAFETY
Contains cement (Contains chromium (VI). May produce an allergic reaction). Harmful by inhalation. Irritating to eyes and skin. Keep out of the reach of children. In case of contact with eyes, rinse immediately with plenty of water and seek medical help. After contact with skin, wash immediately with plenty of soap and water. Wear suitable protective clothing, gloves and eye/face protection.