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Stauf multilayer MS polymer

 

Ideal for under floor heating (UFH)

 

Special features

elastically deformable

excess adhesive easy to remove

water and solvent-free, no wood swelling

very well spreadable

particularly suitable for multiple layer wood flooring

very good thread formation

Suitable for installation of

multiple layer wood flooring according to DIN EN 13489

 

Suitable subfloors

 

concrete C 25 / 30 according to DIN 1045 (non-skid surface)

calcium sulphate (flow) floors

mastic asphalt screed, only after priming with STAUF VEP 195

STAUF levelling compounds for wood flooring

chipboards (P4 to P7), OSB boards (OSB/2 to OSB/4)

cement floors

 

Suitable primers

 

STAUF VDP 130

STAUF VPU 155 S

STAUF VEP 195

STAUF WEP 180

 

Suitable levelling compounds

 

STAUF XP 40

STAUF XP 20

STAUF GS

STAUF FZ

STAUF XP 10

STAUF RM

STAUF PU

STAUF SSP RAPID

 

Stauf multilayer MS polymer Product properties aging-resistant suitable on subfloor heating systems not sensitive to frost very good thread formation fast setting

 

Color beige

 

Required quantities per m²

1150g with STAUF notched trowel no. 5

Open time

approx. 30 minutes at 20 °C

Accessibility

after approx. 24 hours

Grinding/polishing: after 24 hours

Room climate at work site minimum 15 °C, maximum 75% rell humidty, preferably max. 65%

Shelf-life

12 months

Giscode

RS 10

Emicode

EC1 plus

 

Available Packaging

18 kg plastic bucket

 

Stauf multilayer MS polymer

 

Prior to processing, the subfloor must be checked according to the standard DIN 18356 or corresponding national standards. The subfloor shall be resistant to pressure and tension, free of cracks, must have sufficient surface strength, be permanently dry, level, clean and free of from contaminants that may prevent adhesion, sinter layers etc. In addition, porosity and grip of surface need to be checked. Also check moisture content and absorption of subfloors as well as temperature, air humidity and subfloor temperature.

It must be ensured that the subfloor is ready for installation by performing proper subfloor preparation, floors must be clean, have sufficient surface strength, must be level, permanently dry and free of cracks. A mechanical pretreatment of the subfloor (sweeping, vacuuming, mechanical brushing, sanding, milling, shot blasting) must be performed depending on type and condition of subfloor. Cracks and joints, except expansion joints and other construction joints, shall be solidly closed with STAUF repair resin and floor brackets. Cavities and indentations can be filled with a non self-levelling STAUF levelling compound. If necessary, make sure subfloors are level, have sufficient absorptive capacity and grip by applying the appropriate STAUF levelling compound.

Apply adhesive to sub floor using the appropriate STAUF notched trowel, avoid adhesive pooling and excessive layer thickness by evenly raking the notched trowel over adhesive layer. Install wood flooring during specified open time, slide in and press down firmly. In particular with raw wood flooring, avoided pushing adhesive into joints. Adhesive in joints can impair subsequent surface treatment. Depending on the degree of setting, adhesive residues can be removed with the appropriate STAUF cleaners. Please test the effect of the cleaner on the finish of the wood flooring in an inconspicuous area or on a sample prior to applying the cleaner. Hardened adhesive residues can easily be removed mechanically, mostly residue-free. However, longer exposures on finished wood flooring should be avoided to prevent possible contouring.

Load bearing capacity depends on room climate and applied quantities of adhesive.

Stauf multilayer MS polymer

Plasticizers contained in the adhesive can cause flow asphalts to partially dissolve and may affect the wood flooring finish systems, especially for wood flooring installed without tongue and groove technique. The adhesive hardens when reacting with moisture either in the form of air humidity, wood or substrate moisture. The higher the ambient temperature, the faster the adhesive sets. Setting time increases with thickness of the adhesive layer. Adhesives classified as elastic according to DIN EN 14293 and ISO 17178, have elastic properties once hardened. On account of this elasticity, only minimal tension is transferred from parquet to sub floor, but dimensional changes of the parquet elements are allowed for.

Stauf Multilayer

£74.99Price