THERMAL INSULATION - "MONOSIS", SEALING, WATER INSULATION

  • WHITE FIBRE-REINFORCED  RENDER FOR  EXTERNAL THERMAL INSULATION SYSTEMS
FK 202
WHITE FIBRE-REINFORCED RENDER FOR EXTERNAL THERMAL INSULATION SYSTEMS
Strong adhesion, flexibility, high strength.

Description

Ready  white mortar of cementitious basis, fibre-reinforced, based on high-strength Portland white cement (I-52.5), reinforced also with polymer ingredients, aggregates of selected grading, fibres and special additives for adhesion to surfaces of thermal insulation boards.

Usages

Use it for coating of thermal insulation boards made of expanded or extruded polystyrene or mineral wool, in combination with appropriate MARMOLINE fibreglass mesh, on exterior and interior surfaces of buildings, before  applying decorative plasters /renders. You can also use it as adhesive of thermal insulation boards, on surfaces such as concrete, bricks, plaster, cement blocks, aerated concrete, stone, etc., on exterior and interior surfaces of buildings. It is part of the certified MARMOLINE MONOSIS external thermal insulation system - ETICS.

Advantages

  • Excellent adhesion to the surfaces of thermal insulation boards.
  • High mechanical strengths
  • Flexibility.
  • Durability over time.
  • High resistance to changes in temperature between heat and cold
  • Easy to apply (simply add water).

Application Mode

  • Check and prepare the application surface. Make sure that it is clean, without dust, loose  material  etc.
  • Mix the content of a 25 kg bag, with about 6 lt of water, using a low-rev electric mixer until a homogeneous, lump-free mixture is obtained
  • Leave the mixture to set for five to ten minutes and stir again.
  • When used as an adhesive, apply the FK 202 all over the surface of the insulation board to a thickness of 2 - 3 mm, using an automatic pump or by hand with a spatula or   around the surface of the insulation board and at 2-3 points in the middle, provided that the adhesive covers 40% of the insulation
  • board surface
  • Attach the boards starting from the bottom of the masonry crossways without gaps. 
  • When used as a fiberglass reinforced plaster, apply the  mix all over the surface of the insulation board to a thickness of 2 - 3 mm, using an automatic pump, or by hand with a spatula.  Then, attach the appropriate MARMOLINE fibreglass mesh to the prepared surface and press with a spatula or trowel until fully covered by the plaster. The strips of the mesh should overlap by 10 cm approx. Finally, smooth the surface, while  simultaneously removing excess mortar. If needed, apply a second layer of  the plaster, before the first one dries.
  • You can  use the  mixture within 2-4 hours, depending on the ambient temperature and the time period
  • Mixing water: About 6 kg (lt) of water /bag of 25 kg.

Specifications

- European Guideline ETAG 004 for ETICS systems: Part of the certified system MARMOLINE MONOSIS ENERGY SAVING SYSTEMS ETICS which is approved /certified for use with EPS insulation boards (ETA 17/0100), as well as XPS (ETA 14/0214) and MW boards (ETA 14/0213)

- European standards  EN 12004 (C1TE)  & EN 998-1 (GP/CSIV/W2)

  • Granulometry: 0 - 0.1 mm.
  • Colour: White powder.
  • Specific gravity of wet mortar: 1600 kg/m³
  • Compressive strength in 28 days: 22.0 MPa (Average value based on production control laboratory tests)  ΕΝ 1015–11
  • Flexural strength in 28 days: 6.0 MPa  (Average value based on production control laboratory tests)  EN 1015-11
  • Bond strength with EPS -XPS (ETAG 004):  > 0.08 MPa 
  • Bond strength with MW: > 0.01 MPa  (ETAG 004)  (Failure in thermal  insulation  product, not in bonding)
  • Application temperature: +5°C to +35°C.

Packing

  • Bags of 25 kg.
  • Palette of 1500 kg, 60 paper bags of 25 kg.

Storage

12 months from the date of production in unopened package, in a dry place.

Consumption

  • 4 - 4,5 kg of dry mortar per m², when used as a fiberglass mesh reinforced plaster on polystyrene or mineral wool.
  • 4 - 7 kg of dry mortar per m², depending on the nature of the substrate, when used as  insulation boards adhesive
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