Application on the floor - The multi-functional construction panel: on mineral substrate (example)

1

For application on the floor (mineral substrate), the substrate must be load-bearing and vibration-free. Irregularities must be compensated using levelling filler.

Do not forget the edge insulation strips.

2

For panel thicknesses exceeding ELEMENT-VK 30, apply the fixing adhesive COL-AK pointwise in dots to the floor. The spacing of the mortar dots should be approx. 20 cm. Place panels closely together in bond onto the adhesive and press on. Irregularities can be levelled out.

Apply over the full surface for thinner panels.

3

Sealing of the joints using sealing tape DRY-DBV and DRY-ASK. DRY-ASK is applied using a brush or spatula. Gluing of the sealing tape takes place using DRY-ASK. In the second step the joint is levelled out using DRY-ASK.

4

Use the fluidised thin bed adhesive COL-FBK or COL-FLEX for the cavity-free installation of tiles.

Note: Allow the ELEMENT-VK panels to adapt to ambient conditions such as temperature and humidity prior to installation.

Also suitable for heating systems due to continuous temperature resistance up to +75° C.

Product

LUX ELEMENTS®- ELEMENT VK

Datasheets

LUX ELEMENTS®- ELEMENT-EL (0 Byte) LUX ELEMENTS®- ELEMENT-SL/SQ 30, 50, 80 (0 Byte) LUX ELEMENTS®- ELEMENT-VK (0 Byte)

Installation instructions

LUX ELEMENTS®- ELEMENT-EL VK (0 Byte)

Test certificates

Fire performance evaluation of EL 80 with ceramic tiles, in accordance with the 2006 edition of national fire protection association 286 (0 Byte)04/2008\\Test date, april 23, 2008. SwRI Project No.: 01.13544.01.216a

Fire performance evaluation of EL 80, in accordance with the 2006 edition of national fire protection association 286 (0 Byte)04/2008\\Test date, april 23, 2008. SwRI Project No.: 01.13544.01.216b

Investigation of the surface burning characteristics of a nominal 0.32-in. thick polysterene foam, encapsulates in glass fiber mesh and mortar (supported over wire and rods) (0 Byte)06/2007\\Test date, june 11, 2007. SwRI Project No.: 01.12693.01.149c

Investigation of the surface burning characteristics of a nominal 0.5-in. thick polysterene foam, encapsulates in glass fiber mesh and mortar (supported over wire and rods) (0 Byte)06/2007\\Test date, june 12, 2007. SwRI Project No.: 01.12693.01.149f

Investigation of the surface burning characteristics of a nominal 0.8-in. thick polysterene foam, encapsulates in glass fiber mesh and mortar (supported over wire and rods) (0 Byte)06/2007\\Test date, june 12, 2007. SwRI Project No.: 01.12693.01.149g

Investigation of the surface burning characteristics of a nominal 3.25-in. thick polysterene foam, encapsulates in glass fiber mesh (0 Byte)06/2007\\Test date, june 12, 2007. SwRI Project No.: 01.12693.01.149e

Investigation of the surface burning characteristics of a nominal 3.25-in. thick polysterene foam, encapsulates in glass fiber mesh and mortar with a tile face (0 Byte)06/2007\\Test date, june 11, 2007. SwRI Project No.: 01.12693.01.149d

Product & packaging specs

LUX ELEMENTS®- ELEMENT (0 Byte)

Systemcomponents

The proven and tested system components are fully matched to the processing of the hard foam support elements. The specially developed accessories ensure trouble-free working and high processing reliability.

LUX ELEMENTS®- ARM: Reinforcement fabric  LUX ELEMENTS®- COL: Adhesives  LUX ELEMENTS®- DRY: Sealing filler and sealing tapes  LUX ELEMENTS®- FIX: Fastening sets and plugs/exterior  LUX ELEMENTS®- MONT: Mounting aids


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