Systemgrafik für das mineralische Fliesensystem bei Marineanwendung

Mineral system for tiles

Waterproofing and laying of tiles on structures in shipbuilding.

For this purpose, a highly flexible waterproofing system is used as bonding system on top of ceramic tiles and slabs. It can be applied in all indoor damp and wet-duty areas in the domestic, commercial and public sector (water impact classes: W0-I up to W3-I - DIN 18534) and also according to DIN 185354 for the classes W1-B (swimming pools and water tanks up to 5 m), W2-B (up to 10 m), S1-B (outdoor pools) and S2-B (indoor pools).

The specific tile adhesive used exceeds the requirements for reactive resins according to EN 12004 (adhesion shear strength ≥ 2.0 N/mm²) as well as the requirements of class C 2 TE /S1 of the standard EN 12004 with a pull-off strength ≥ 1.0 N/mm², extended open time and low slip.

The steel substrate is provided with a suitable corrosion coating or it consists of stainless steel that does not deform.

System build-up

  1. Cleaning of substrate

    Remove all adhesion-impairing particles form the substrate. It must be clean, dry, load-bearing, dimensionally stable and suitable to accommodate ceramic tiles laid in the thin-bed method.

  2. Priming of non-aborbent substrates

    Priming is done with the solvent-free polymer dispersion weber.prim 803, acting as bonding layer on non-absorbent substrates which have been previously and protected from corrosion.

    Consumption : weber.prim 803 max. 150 g/m2

  3. Bonded waterproofing with flexible slurry (in case of water loads W0-I up to W3-I according to DIN 18534)

    Surface waterproofing of horizontal and slopes is carried out with the 2-comp. waterproofing compound and tile adhesive weber.tec Superflex Marine (with German official approval) in at least 2 layers, each fully covering. The 1st layer is applied by using a brush, the 2nd one is applied by using a brush or a flat trowel as soon as the previous coat can no longer be damaged. Total layer thickness of 2 layers (eventually, 3) at least 2.0 mm.

    Consumption : weber.tec Superflex Marine max 2.5 kg/m2 in 2 mm thickness

  4. Tile fixing, thin-bed/medium-bed adhesive

    Supply ceramic coverings of the client's choice and install with the flexible, hydraulically setting thin- and medium-bed tile adhesive weber.xerm 861 with a pull-off strength ≥ 1.0 N/mm². It is tested according to EN 12004 and the German guidelines for flexible tile adhesives, and exceeds the requirements of class C 2 TE S1. For use in thickness up to 10 mm.

    Consumption: weber.xerm 861 max. 2.4 kg/m2 with 8 mm notched trowel

  5. Household cleaner resistant-grouting of wall and floor surfaces, for joints of a width of 1 up to 6 mm

    Grout the joints between the ceramic tiles with weber.fug 875 BlueComfort by using a hard rubber float. For joint width from 1 up to 6 mm. Grout of class CG 2 WA according to EN 13888: improved water absorption and abrasion resistance, low water absorption and high abrasion resistance. After hardening this grout scores with a high resistance to household cleaners.

    Consumption: weber.fug 875 BlueComfort 0.6 kg/m2, depending on joint dimensions.

  6. Elastic sealing of connection and movement joints

    The connection and movement joints must be closed with the elastic and fungistatic silicone joint sealant weber.fug 881.

    Consumption: weber.fug 881 150 ml/m for an average size joint width of approx. 6 mm

weber.prim 803 - Product Data Sheets

Saint-Gobain Weber

weber.tec Superflex Marine - Product Data Sheets

Verpackungsbild von weber.tec Superflex Marine

weber.xerm 861 - Product Data Sheets

Saint-Gobain Weber

weber.fug 875 BlueComfort - Product Data Sheets

Verpackung weber.fug 877 in einem gelben Foliensack mit einem roten Tropfen vorne drauf

weber.fug 881 - Product Data Sheets

Saint-Gobain Weber

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