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ATLAS ZŁOTY WIEK KI

ATLAS ZŁOTY WIEK KI

injection cream

ATLAS ZŁOTY WIEK KI

Product description

Modern, solvent – free product based on silanes of low viscosity for execution of horizontal membranes preventing capillary water rising in damp partitions.

Main properties

    Main parameters

    • use with the pressure – free method in conservatory works in heritage buildings as well as in contemporary construction
    • active ingredient content: > 80% by weight
    • consumption: ca. 1.0 – 1.6 l for 1 m² of wall horizontal section

    USE & PROPERTIES

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    ·          modern, solvent – free product based on silanes of low viscosity

    ·          for execution of horizontal membranes preventing capillary water rising in damp partitions

    ·          for use with the pressure – free method in conservatory works in heritage buildings as well as in contemporary construction

    ·          is a part of the system for damp proofing and refurbishment of buildings – in combination with other materials allows to reconstruct comprehensively ineffectual/non – existent insulation

    ·          can be used on substrates of very high dampness level, even up to 95%

    ·          for injection into porous, absorptive partitions of brick, stone or concrete blocks

    ·          particularly recommended for walls of composite structure – with cracks and cavities

    ·          characterized by high efficiency and effectiveness – content of active ingredient ca. 80% (by weight)

    ·          very easy to use, does not require specialist equipment or accessories

    ·          thixotropic – properly chosen cream consistency ensures quick and continuous filling of the injection hole, eliminates also the risk of uncontrollable leakage of injection cream outside the wall or into existing wall cavities

    ·          solvent – free, does not bring harmful substances into the wall structure

    ·          resistant to alkali

    ·          for indoor and outdoor use

    RANGE OF USE

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    ·          reconstruction of horizontal insulation of foundation walls of buildings with and without basements

    ·          reconstruction of horizontal insulation of walls at plinth zones

    ·          in tub – shaped insulation system – for insulation of internal walls (both partition and load bearing) adjoining the external walls 

    SUBSTRATE PREPARATION

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    The substrate should be comprehensively prepared for using the renovation system (see technical data sheets for other components of ATLAS ZŁOTY WIEK restoration plasters system, DAMP PROOFING PLASTER HYDROTYNK U). Damp and saline plasters should be removed up to the height of ca. 80 cm above the highest visible salinity and/or dampness line. Clean the surface of dust, saline efflorescence, mortar remains and poorly adhering wall elements. If need to neutralize the construction salts. use PREPARATION FOR SALT NEUTRALISATION PS, according to its technical data sheet. Carve out the masonry mortar from joints up to depth of 20 mm and re-fill with a cement - based mortar without wall facing. Before injection, cracks, cavities and empty spaces should be filled with a cement – based mortar, e.g. RENOVATION BASE COAT PLASTER TRP (it is advisable to drill sample holes in order to determine the wall construction and structure).

    APPLICATION

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    The technology of works during injection and reconstruction of the horizontal insulation depends on the planned technical solution (range of use), current groundwater conditions, wall thickness, substrate dampness and salinity level. The site of execution of the horizontal membrane must be coordinated with the designed secondary insulation scheme in order to obtain the waterproof insulation continuity. In buildings with basements the horizontal membrane is usually executed in the wall zone directly over the strip foundation (so it can be joined with the floor insulation and vertical insulation from indoors), for tub – shaped insulation the horizontal membrane is usually executed in the upper wall zone (below the ceiling). In buildings without basements the horizontal membrane is executed above the ground level (the execution level should be coordinated with the room floor placement, in order to join the floor insulation with the horizontal membrane). Make sure there is no dampness penetration into the wall zone above the membrane. The injection must not be executed in zones loaded with pressure water.

    RECOMMENDATIONS FOR HOLES DRILLING AND INJECTION

    The holes intended for the introduction of the injection cream into the wall structure should be min. 12 mm in diameter and executed in one or two rows. The axial spacing of the holes should be max. 12 cm. In case of injection in two rows, the second row should be executed with a shift (half a distance between the holes).The holes should be drilled in joints, horizontally or with a slight slope. The drilling thickness should be chosen in order to make the hole ca. 2 cm shallower than the total wall thickness. If the hole is not executed in the joint, make sure it cuts at least one horizontal joint. Mark the drilling line and holes placement on the partition. When drilling try to keep the holes parallel – use templates and T – squares, and drillers should, whenever possible, work shake-less. Drain the holes with suction or blow them through with clean compressed air. The cream can be applied with the use of a pressure sprayer (after removing the spraying nozzle), alternatively with a tube squeezer (with additional pipe or hose installed). Place the sprayer lance or the pipe ending in the hole, then apply the cream evenly and remove the tool simultaneously. The properly applied cream should fill the hole fully. After cream absorbing, after ca. 12 hours, it is recommended to float the holes with a cement – based mortar, e.g. RENOVATION BASE COAT PLASTER TRP or DAMP PROOFING PLASTER HYDROTYNK U.

    REMARKS

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    ·          The above information constitutes basic guidelines for the application of the product and does not release the user from the obligation of carrying out works according to engineering principles and OHS regulations.

    ·          Decision on the choice of technological and material solutions during waterproof insulation reconstruction works should be made after evaluation of the local groundwater conditions, type of construction material of walls adjoining the ground, dampness, salinity level and foundations technical state as well as other aspects crucial for a particular object.

    ·          The tools must be cleaned with clean water directly after use.

    ·          The shelf life of the product is 12 months from the production date shown on the packaging. The product must be transported and stored in tightly sealed packages, in dry conditions, in positive temperature (most preferably on pallets). Avoid overheating (above +30 °C). Flash point +64 °C.

    Detailed information on hazards and safe use conditions, ecological aspects and recommendations for transport and storage are listed in the Material Safety Data Sheet.

    TECHNICAL DATA

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    ATLAS ZŁOTY WIEK KI is a solvent – free, silanes – based cream.

    Product density
    ca. 0.9 g/cm³
    Active ingredient content
    > 80% by weight

    Consumption (in practice depending on the substrate material type and thickness, partition dampness and holes diameter)

    ca. 1.0 – 1.6 l for 1 m² of wall horizontal section

    Temperature during work
    from +5°C to +30°C
    Available packaging
    plastic buckets: 2 l, 20 l
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    ATLAS ZŁOTY WIEK KI
    ATLAS ZŁOTY WIEK KI
    injection cream

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