Assured balcony restoration system
Balconies and terraces surely belong to the most problematical of structures, which need renovating today. Not least the extreme thermal demands place heavy requirements on the waterproofing membrane and the surface finish. Very great temperature variations from -25ºC to +75ºC, frequently with short intervals, lead to enormous stresses on the surface. An alternative to tile installation is a SCHOMBURG system coating with an epoxy resin-based primer ASODUR-SG3 and the lightfast, elastic coating ASODUR-EB/L. The material is UV stable, is very hard and good underfoot. This system, with its viscoplastic property can absorb thermal stresses, which appear and offers an architectural and sensible alternative to tiles. The optical design possibilities when mixed with coloured chips or anti-slip finishes when broadcast with quartz sand know no boundaries. With this system, a permanent safe surface with a level of resistance is achieved.
Close large voids with ASOCRET-M30 by trowel to thicknesses from 3 – 30 mm.
Lay the RD-SK50 edge insulation strips at the wall/floor transition. Bond to the substrate with the self adhesive strip. Once fixed, the RD-SK50 is pressed against the wall, so that restraint or sound bridges are prevented.
Mix ASOCRET-M30 with the prescribed quantity of water and apply on the primed substrate up to a max. of 30 mm in one operation. To select the primer, please refer to the current, valid technical data sheet.
Cut the RD-SK50 edge insulation strip flush at the transition area. Prime the area where the coved fillet will be produced, with ASODUR-GBM.
Produce a coved fillet of edge length approx. 4 – 6 cm, with ASODUR-EMB and apply into the area freshly slurried with ASODUR-GBM, wet in wet.
Roller apply the ASODUR-SG3 without pinholes, evenly in a criss-cross manner.
ASODUR-EB/L is applied in one coat to a thickness of approx. 2 mm with a rake.