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Laying on Existing Ceramic Flooring With New Thin Underfloor Heating

Task

In an old building, a new thin-layer underfloor heating with screed is to be laid on a existing ceramic covering. The old pavement has sufficient load-bearing capacity and adhesion to the subsoil. The stresses resulting from the thermal load on the structure are absorbed by the decoupling mat. As a result, no stresses are transferred to the ceramic covering. The mat also supports heat transport.

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Silicone sealant

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 Flex joint

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Lightweight flex adhesive mortar

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Decoupling, crack-bridging fleece

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Lightweight flex adhesive mortar

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Fiber-reinforced leveling compound

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Thin-layer floor heating system

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Dispersion primer

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Edge insulation strips

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Substrate – existing ceramic covering

  1. Substrate – existing ceramic covering
  2. Edge insulation strips
  3. Dispersion primer
  4. Thin-layer floor heating system
  5. Fiber-reinforced leveling compound
  6. Lightweight flex adhesive mortar
  7. Decoupling, crack-bridging fleece
  8. Lightweight flex adhesive mortar
  9. Flex joint
  10. Silicone sealant

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851 Simuel Rd
Spartanburg, SC 29301

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