Base compound designed for use where floor levels need to be raised quickly and economically, prior to the application of a suitable floor smoothing underlayment.
STOPGAP 600 is a base compound designed for use where floor levels need tobe raised quickly and economically in light to heavy-duty applications onto soundabsorbent and non-absorbent subfloors.
STOPGAP 600 sets sufficiently in as little as 3 hours allowing it to be capped withSTOPGAP Fast Track 30, 200, 300 or 1200 self-smoothing underlayments prior tothe installation of new floorcoverings. STOPGAP 600 is also suitable for use underSTOPGAP 800 Wearcoat.
STOPGAP 600 is dimensionally stable and is supplied as a pre-blended dry powder,which is designed for application between 5-50mm in one application. It is protein-freewhich allows it to be used in biologically sensitive areas.
STOPGAP 600 is suitable for use over a wide range of subfloor types including sand/cement screed, concrete, granolithic, terrazzo, epoxy and polyurethane resins, ceramicand quarry tiles and STOPGAP waterproof surface membranes.
IT IS ESSENTIAL TO PRIME ALL SURFACES
Absorbent surfaces - Prime with dilute STOPGAP P131 to prevent uncontrolledrapid drying of the compound.
Non-absorbent surfaces – such as adhesive residues, terrazzo, quarry tiles andSTOPGAP waterproof membranes should be primed with neat STOPGAP P131 toensure that good adhesion is obtained between the compound and substrate.
The primer should be used in accordance with instructions printed on the bottle andmust be allowed to dry before applying the compound.
M10/160 Proprietary self smoothing levelling screeds
M10/7 Proprietary quick drying levelling screeds
M40/460 Smoothing underlayment
M42/10 Wood flooring
M42/110 Wood block flooring
M42/120 Mosaic parquet panel flooring
M42/150 Composition block flooring
M42/20 Composition block flooring
M50/110 Resilient floor tiling
M50/45 Existing floor covering removed
M50/460 Smoothing/ levelling underlayment compound
M51/150 Carpeting for stairs
Compressive strength (N/mm², to EN13892-2):
Flexural strength (N/mm², to EN13892-2):