Though it can be manually mixed too, with a stirring machine or gravity mixer and then installed. Installation is generally done by bonding. If needed, for example if trickle protection is necessary, installation can also be done on a separating layer. Then the minimum thickness is 3 cm, and extraction at transitions can be done without a problem except for grain diameter (approx. 5 mm). Thus adaptation to uneven substrates is guaranteed maximum flexibility. The drying time is 48 hours for up to 30 cm thickness.
UZIN RR 201 renovation fleece: The system is reinforced with a fabric made of long-glass fibre with high tensile strength. It is installed directly on the hardened light smoothing mortar. Tackifying the fibres within the fabric is done with a water-soluble adhesive. This dissolves as soon as the thin screed is applied in the next step, and the reinforced fibres can scatter in the lower part of the compound. The resulting high-strength fibre composite contributes significantly to the exceptionally high load capacity of the entire system.
Thin screed UZIN NC 195: This system building block is specially adapted for the light smoothing mortar due to its grain size distribution. At the boundary layer between the light smoothing mortar and the thin screed, there is a deep interpenetration. This homogeneous compound thus ensures optimum load transfer. The high-strength load-distributing layer from the fibre-reinforced thin screed allows it to reliably absorb even the critical point loads, and divert safely them over the homogeneous bond zone into the supporting ground.
The UZIN Turbolight system’s advantageous load capacity is clearly recognisable if you compare the results in a pressure test between light smoothing mortar coated with only thin screed, that is, with no reinforced fibres, and coated with the UZIN Turbolight system. The unreinforced construction shows a steep increase to the failure stress point in the force/path diagram. This is a relatively rigid system that breaks down due to brittle fractures.