RENOPLAN SYSTEM 2

How can worn staircases be quickly and professionally restored and bonded without solvent?

With UZIN NC 880 and UZIN WK 222.

Old staircases and pedestals do not only look unpleasant but pose a safety risk. A strong contact adhesive with short open time is required to achieve a permanently safe solution with immediate readiness for traffic. UZIN WK 222 is a water based neoprene adhesive for all contact bonding common in building constructions. The product meets all requirements for a healthy indoor climate and protects the health of the installer. Advantage of UZIN WK 222: It can be used in the same way as a traditional solvent-based contact adhesive. The low-slump quickly setting Turbo Levelling Compound UZIN NC 880 makes the optimal and quick substrate preparation possible. UZIN NC 880 can be processed easily and smoothly and can be applied both to horizontal and vertical surfaces. Holes in wood surfaces, screed and concrete can be easily filled, unevennesses levelled without problem. Ready for covering already after approx. 30 minutes*.

<p>Step 1: Prime calcium sulphate screeds and plaster levelling compounds as well as strongly absorbent, sanding substrates with the universal primer
UZIN PE 360.</p>

Step 1: Prime calcium sulphate screeds and plaster levelling compounds as well as strongly...

<p>Step 2: Smoothen major undulations or roughnesses of the surface with low-slump Turbo Levelling Compound UZIN NC 880. Pour cold, clean water
into a clean container. Sprinkle in the powder whilst mixing vigorously and mix until lump-free. Only mix as much mortar as can be applied within
the working time of 5 – 10* minutes.
* At 20 °C and 65 % relative humidity.</p>

Step 2: Smoothen major undulations or roughnesses of the surface with low-slump Turbo Levelling...

<p>Step 3: Apply the compound with the smoothing trowel uniformly up to the desired thickness onto the substrate. UZIN NC 880 can be reworked or
smoothed after approx. 15* minutes; the area is ready for covering after approx. 30* minutes.     
* At 20 °C and 65 % relative humidity.</p>

Step 3: Apply the compound with the smoothing trowel uniformly up to the desired thickness onto the...

<p>Step 4: Apply the solvent-free contact adhesive UZIN WK 222 with the  enclosed yellow UZIN foam roller, coarse, and on the corners and edges use
the UZIN silicon brush to apply adhesive uniformly thin onto the material to be bonded and the substrate. When applying the adhesive with the supplied 25 cm roller pre-spreading on a piece of chip board or the like is recommended in order to uniformly wet the roller.</p>

Step 4: Apply the solvent-free contact adhesive UZIN WK 222 with the enclosed yellow UZIN foam...

<p>Step 5: Aerate both adhesive layers at least until they are almost non-tacky when touched. The covering side may alternatively be coated the day before. The second adhesive side is then aerated only until the surface  is “slightly finger-dry”.</p>

Step 5: Aerate both adhesive layers at least until they are almost non-tacky when touched. The...

<p>Step 6: Put down the covering immediately or within the contact adhesion time, ensure correct fit and apply full area pressure, rub on or / and tap on.
Subsequent correction is not possible. After 10 – 20 minutes* rub on again with force, especially seams and edges.
* At 20 °C and 65 % relative humidity.</p>

Step 6: Put down the covering immediately or within the contact adhesion time, ensure correct fit...