Uniplan Eco is a fibre reinforced, cement-based, pumpable
smoothing compound for levelling concrete and wooden floors with sufficient
stiffness. Uniplan Eco is supplied as dry mortar and only needs addition of
water. It can be laid in thicknesses of 5 - 50 mm in a single operation.
Uniplan Eco has Technical Approval – No. 2544 and is CE approved and classified
as CT-C30-F7 in accordance with EN13813.
AREA OF USE
Uniplan Eco is
intended for levelling concrete and wooden floors with sufficient stiffness. It
can be used for floors in homes, offices, institutions and light industry.
Uniplan Eco can be used for embedding electrical or waterborne underfloor
heating in dry and wet rooms. A membrane must always be applied on top of the
compound in wetrooms. Uniplan Eco can also be used for building up silent floor
systems. Uniplan Eco is not intended as a top layer, and must be covered by a
suitable floor covering as soon as conditions permit. The finished, hardened
compound will be a suitable substrate for most floor covering types, e.g.
linoleum, wood or tiles, and must be prepared according to the covering
manufacturer’s recommendations. Uniplan Eco is ONLY intended for indoor use.
The dry compound should be at room temperature when mixing
(approx. +20°C). The temperature of the mixed compound must be > +10°C. Mix
with an automatic mixer pump, special pump with mixer or drill and whisk. Mix
to a smooth consistency. Normal mixing time is 2 - 3 minutes. Uniplan Eco is
also suited for automatic mixers and pump systems. Checking the water level and
consistence of the compound according to the manufacturer’s instructions should
always be done on the site (ref. check form). The fully mixed compound must be
used within 30 min. For professional laying of smoothing compounds using
automatic machinery, measuring the flow can normally be performed correctly at
the end of the hose, and should indicate how the compound will behave on the
floor with regard to viscosity and fluidity. The correct amount of water from
the hose gives the best result – especially for viscosity. Maximum outflow of
Uniplan Eco (measured with a 50 mm diameter flow ring: h = 22 mm, at +20ºC) is
165 mm. Too much water will reduce the compound’s density, cause separation and
give an uneven and less attractive surface, and imply a risk of separation
making it unusable.
Mixing ratio: 3,8 – 4,2 litres/sack (19 – 20,5%)
Using the hose, spread the compound across the floor. Check
the correct amount of water regularly by flow test. We recommend treating the
surface immediately after laying with a serrated edge trowel to achieve the
best possible result. Prime between each layer when laying several layers.
Scratch protection is needed for large areas, at door openings etc. The
compound can also be laid using a bucket for small areas. If a layer thicker
than 25 mm is required, apply further layers in separate operations. Prime
between each layer.
Nine months when
stored in a dry place in unopened origianal packaging.