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Soukaro BACK

Soundproofing of floors with bonded tiling in ultra-thin system.

  • Thin system: 20 to 25 mm
  • Complying with the RA2000 French acoustic standards
  • Fast-setting adhesive mortar & joint mortar
Main uses
  • Premises for private usage, dry or damp, and kitchens in dwelling premises, UPEC classification of the premises: U3SP2E2 at most.
  • New works and renovation:
    • on masonry: U3SP2E2;
    • on wood substrates: U3SP2E1.
  • Plates of calcareous bitumen mortar with resilient underlayer for dealing with impact noise, to be laid directly under tiling.
  • Bond the peripheral foam seal on the periphery of the room flush with the floor, while removing the protective film from the adhesive face of the tape (1).
  • The plates are cut out on the underface with a cutter, cutting through the cloth and incising the bitumen mortar on the surface before breaking the plates (2).
  • Bond the Soukaro Confort plates consecutively, spreading on the Sipryl adhesive without excess (3).
  • The plates are laid tightly edge to edge so that their joints are diagonal to the alignment planned for the tiles, and they are fitted tightly against the peripheral foam seal (4).
  • Apply the adhesive mortar with tooth spatula (20 x 10 mm, recommended), suitable for the format of the tiles (5).
  • Lay the tiles by double application bonding, making sure that their joints are not superposed over the joints of the Soukaro 3 plates (6).
  • Wait 12 hours after laying the tiling before pointing, using exclusively the Ultracolor joint mortar supplied.
  • When the joint begins to stiffen, clean the surface of the tile with a damp sponge. Then wait 24 hours before any traffic.
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