weber.floor 4060Product formerly named: maxit plan 435
approx. 2.2 liters / 25 kg
The product can be stored for at least 6 months in its original unopened packaging if kept dry and protected from moisture.
Fields of application
weber.floor 4060 is used as bonded screed, floating (un-bonded) screed on separating membranes or on insulation boards. For new constructions as well as for renovation and refurbishment of existing floors in residential, industrial and commercial constructions, whenever the speed of drying is essential.
Also, as gradient screed for wet-duty rooms and balconies.
For indoors and outdoors.
- EMICODE EC 1 R PLUS: very low emission of volatile substances
- CE marking: CT − C40 − F7 (EN 13813)
- early ready for overlay with flooring materials
- grain size 0 - 4 mm
- non-combustible according to DIN 4102 ‟Building material class A"
- Follow the national guidelines/standards. If not issued or if necessary, refer to the norm DIN 18560 relating to the load-dependent
thicknesses of cement screeds.
- Arrange dummy joints for special structural features and special room geometry, e.g. wall entry points, doorways and wall recesses.
- Take over existing movement joints.
- In case of doubt regarding the application, substrate or special structural features, request technical advice.
- Do not add any foreign substances during mixing and application.
- Limits of use: do not use for underfloor heating constructions; in this case we recommend the quicksetting heating screed weber.floor 4065 (CT-C40-F6).
- In case of rising damp, take the appropriate waterproofing measures.
- In case of application in wetduty rooms and on balconies, special measures for waterproofing should be taken, e.g. with weber.tec Superflex D 2 or weber.xerm 844 (waterproofing bonded layers).
- When used on all floating constructions, roll out a separating membrane, for e.g. vapour permissive polyethylene-coated natron kraft paper or PE foil.
- All walls and upstands (pillars, columns, etc.) within the floor should be separated with a thick insulation foam strip ≥ 10 mm; it must reach downwards from the substrate up to the upper edge of the final covering.
- Minimal screed thickness: 30 mm (when used as bonded screed).
- Minimal screed thickness: 40 mm (when used on separating membrane).
- Minimal screed thickness: 45 mm (when used on insulation boards).
- Maximal screed thickness: in all cases 60 mm.
- The minimal and maximal screed thickness depends on the system setup for the screed installation (bonded system, floating system on separating membrane or on insulation boards), the thickness of insulation as well as the specific use and weight loads of the floor (residential, commercial, public constructions, etc.). Always comply with the national guidelines; if not issued or if necessary, refer to the standards EN 13813 or DIN 18560. Request technical advice for full information.