Mapelastic used in waterproofing of terraces, balconies, swimming pools, bathtubs, shower stalls, etc., prior to installing ceramic tile or natural stone.
Protective elastic finishing with Mapelastic applied over cement-based surfaces with crazing in interiors and exteriors.
Waterproofing with Mapegum WP and Aquaflex in particularly stressed areas, e.g. joints between walls and floors, etc.
Mapegum WP and Aquaflex when used as anti-fracture membranes over screeds or walls with crazing in interiors.
Plastisol 1 when used for repair of cracked bituminous membranes and with Plastimul when applied over substrates with crazing.
Polystyrene, polystyrene foam, rock-wool, and cork insulation installed with Mapetherm AR1 or mortars manufactured with Adesilex FIS13.
The Fibreglass mesh must be completely covered by the waterproofing or levelling compound:
Apply an even coat of approx. 1 to 1.5 mm of the waterproofing or levelling compound with a smooth-edged trowel.
Place the mesh over the waterproofer or leveller while still wet and gently press it in with the trowel so it is completely covered.
When the surface has hardened (usually 12 to 24 hours depending on the type of product used, the ambient temperature and humidity, and the thickness), apply a second coat of the product if needed.
The edges of adjacent sheets of fibreglass mesh should overlap by at least 5 cm.
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