- Grouting kontraksjonsfuger in concrete floors of parking spaces, operating systems and run spaces in industrial buildings.
- Sealing of leaks around pipe penetrations in technical switchboard and berederrom.
- Flexible sealing around machine foundations.
Radon Flex is a two-component self-leveling sealant consisting of hydrocarbon and polyol resin (component A) and a specific isocyanate based hardener (component B).
When the components are mixed gently together, you get a floating, self-leveling black mass of pasta texture.
Radon Flex can only be applied to horizontal surfaces. After curing, a svinnfri chemical reaction which takes about 24-36 hours, the Radon Flex a sealant that can withstand considerable elongation, high wear resistance and good adhesion to concrete.
Radon Flex withstands temperatures from -30 ° C to +70 ° C and for short periods up to +150 ° C.
- Do not use on wet surfaces
- Do not use on bituminous surfaces where oil migration may occur.
- Do not apply Radon Flex in temperatures below 10 ° C, as this leads to delayed curing.
- Operating Guidelines
The components supplied in the correct proportions. The components are mixed to a smooth paste with an electric drill at low speed.
Setting time and usage time depends on the ambient temperature. The product has a usable life of 45 minutes at 23 ° C.
If less than the volume of the containers used simultaneously, the components weighed in the correct mixing ratio (A: B = 94: 6) using a weight.
Joint surfaces must be dry and firm. They should be free of dust, old paint and rust.
For grout should get their final properties as intended, it is important that the Radon Flex booklets perfectly the sides and not the bottom and the thickness of the gap is always less than the width.
Fügen width must be correctly designed so that a maximum. Movement is less than 25% of the joint width. To verify that the mass does not stick to the bottom, use a base gasket based on polyethylene foam or similar before Radon Flex is applied.
If the concrete is sufficiently fast must a coat of primer applied to joint surfaces prior Radon Flex used. It must allow sufficient drying time for all primers before further processing.
The seam is filled by pouring the proper mixed Radon Flex from a container with spout. To avoid spills and to achieve smooth joints, the use of masking tape.
Consumption depends on the size of the joints. Radon Flex has a bulk density of 1.4 g/cm3. A joint of 10x10mm will thus have a consumption of about 140g / m
Radon Flex can be washed from surfaces, tools, clothing, etc. with limtynningsmidler before curing. After curing, cleaning can only be done mechanically or with Pulicol.
Radon Flex is supplied in 10kg and 5kg buckets.
12 months in unopened original packaging.
Radon Flex component B is harmful by inhalation and irritating to eyes, skin and respiratory tract and can trigger allergic reactions.
Wear suitable protective clothing, goggles and gloves. Use only in well-ventilated areas.
Flex Radon is harmful to aquatic organisms. Avoid harmful emissions.
For health, safety and environmental information, see the Safety Data Sheet. MSDS's on www.resconmapei.com
The technical details and recommendations contained in this report correspond to our current knowledge and experience. All above information must, however, be taken as merely indicative and subject to confirmation. Anyone use the product must ensure beforehand that it is suitable for the intended use. The user is personally responsible if the product is used for purposes other than those recommended, ellerved incorrectly.