Single component trowellable fine-textured cementitious paste applied in layers up to 2 mm thick to create decorative floors with a trowelled or mottled effect.
For professional use. Can be applied by hand with a trowel in thicknesses up to 2 mm. Suitable for creating floors subjected to intense pedestrian traffic in areas such as:
Can also be used for creating coats on walls and ceilings.
Around 24 hours after applying the final coat of Ultratop Loft W (it has to be dry), apply a finishing product from the Mapefloor Finish range to protect the surface and to make it non-absorbent – consult manufacturer for information.
Consult manufacturer's literature for information on recommended substrate preparation and conditions not suitable for the application of this product.
One-component, fine-grained cementitious paste for creating decorative interior floors and walls.
Features and benefits:
Also available in natural colour.
Graded silica sand
M10/19 Proprietary screeds to BS EN 13813
M10/195 Proprietary screeds to BS EN 13813
To EN 13892-2, at 23°C, after 24 hours: ≥ 8 N/mm²; after 7 days: ≥ 18 N/mm²; after 28 days: ≥ 25 N/mm².
EN 13892-2, at 23°C, after 24 hours: ≥ 5 N/mm²; after 7 days: ≥ 9 N/mm²; after 28 days: ≥ 12 N/mm².
Ultratop Loft W
Technical characteristics, other
Form: Fine powder.
Composition: Rapid setting and hydrating binders, graded silica sand, synthetic resin and admixtures.
Density of mix: 1600 kg/m³.
Bulk density: 900 kg/m³.
Dry solids content: 100%.
Mixing ratio: 32–35 parts water per 100 parts by weight of Ultratop Loft W.
pH value: 11.
Consumption: 0.7–1 kg/m² per coat.
Application temperature: 5–35°C.
Setting time: 80 minutes.
Suitable for foot traffic: After 3 hours.
Waiting time before applying second coat: 24 hours.
Waiting time before applying finishing coat: 24 hours.
Abrasion resistance (Taber abrasion test, to ASTM D4060): At 23°C: after 7 days: 0.7 g; after 28 days: 0.5 g (expressed as loss in weight).
Abrasion resistance (Böhme abrasion test, to EN 13892-3): At 23°C: after 28 days: 9.
Reaction to fire (to EN 13501-1): Class E.