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Laying on Chip Board

Task

When laying, the fluctuations of the wood as a result of swelling and shrinkage must be taken into account. The timber building materials must be vibration-free, loadbearing and pest-free. A min. 8 mm wide joint to rising components is adopted congruently into the pavement. The thickness of the wood chipboard must be at least 25 mm on the floor. In all applications, an adhesive foundation must be applied to protect the substrate. On wood chipboard constructions, we recommend highly deformable adhesive mortar systems. Depending on the design structure, the use of decoupling systems is also recommended.

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Silicone sealant

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Flex joint

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Lightweight flex adhesive mortar

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Impact sound and decoupling Sound Silent 7

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Flex adhesive mortar + coating

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Adhesive primer

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Substrate – Wood chipboard

  1. Substrate – Wood chipboard 
  2. Adhesive primer
  3. Flex adhesive mortar + coating
  4. Impact sound and decoupling
    SoundSilent 7
  5. Lightweight flex adhesive mortar
  6. Flex joint
  7. Silicone sealant

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851 Simuel Rd
Spartanburg, SC 29301

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