Ultra-quick setting, smoothing, wearing screed for high abrasion-resistant Industrial floor coverings at a thickness from 5-40 mm.
For professional use. Can be spread by hand or with a pump in a single layer of 5 to 40 mm. A smoother can be used for a natural finish. Used for levelling or smoothing new or existing concrete and screed substrates, to make them suitable for industrial use. Application examples include:
Floors made using Ultratop Industrial must be protected and then made non-absorbent using a Mapei finishing system – consult manufacturer for further information.
Consult manufacturer's literature for information on recommended substrate preparation and conditions not suitable for the application of this product.
Self-levelling industrial floor screed based on hydraulic binders, for use on abrasion resistant flooring.
Features and benefits:
M10/130 Proprietary quick drying levelling screeds
M10/19 Proprietary screeds to BS EN 13813
M10/195 Proprietary screeds to BS EN 13813
M10/7 Proprietary quick drying levelling screeds
To EN 13892-2, at 23°C, after 24 hours: ≥ 20 N/mm²; after 72 hours: ≥ 25 N/mm²; after 7 days: ≥ 30 N/mm²; after 28 days: ≥ 40 N/mm².
To EN 13892-2, at 23°C, after 24 hours: ≥ 5 N/mm²; after 72 hours: ≥ 7 N/mm²; after 7 days: ≥ 9 N/mm²; after 28 days: ≥ 11 N/mm².
Quick drying and quick setting binders, specially graded silica sand, synthetic resins and additives.
2000–2100 kg/m³ (mix); 1300 kg/m³ (bulk).
17—19 parts water per 100 parts by weight of Ultratop Industrial.
Suitable for light foot traffic: After 3–4 hours.
To EN 13892-8, at 23°C, after 24 hours: 2.5 N/mm²; after 28 days: 2.5 N/mm² (substrate failure).
Taber abrasion test.
To ASTM D4060 (at 5°C), after 7 days: 1.7 g; after 28 days: 1 g. (at 23°C): after 7 days: 0.7 g; after 28 days: 0.6 g (expressed as loss in weight).
Böhme abrasion test, to EN 13892-3): At 23°C: after 28 days: 9 cm³.
Reaction to fire
To EN 13501-1, A2fl-s1.