Main application area:
- Rubber coverings in sheets up to 4 mm thick (e.g. norament®)
- PVC design flooring
- PVC and CV flooring or panels
- Linoleum coverings or tiles up to 4 mm thick
- Clean zones
- Rubber granulate coverings or underlays (e.g. Regupol®)
- Artificial turf and sports surfaces
- Combinations with UZIN RR 185 and industrial floor coverings (e.g. Gerflor GTI)
- Click-LVT please ask for technical application advice
- absorbent and non-absorbent substrates
- deformable or elastic substrates (underlays, e.g. UZIN RR 188 or UZIN RR 189, wood, on metal please seek technical advice)
- Hot water underfloor heating
- Chair castor load according to DIN EN 12 529
- Wet shampooing and spray traction cleaning according to RAL 991 A2
- heavy use in commercial and industrial areas
UZIN KE 68 is a ready-to-use and user-friendly 1-component hybrid adhesive. The very low-emission adhesive is the ideal problem solver in areas subject to higher stresses, e.g. higher temperature loads or water coming from above through the joints. Furthermore, UZIN KE 68 is suitable in areas with higher mechanical loads, e.g. in front of elevators or in areas loaded with hand pallet trucks. For indoor use.
- Ready for use
- Suitable for users with epoxy or PU sensitization
- High temperature resistance
250 – 450 g/m2
The substrate must be sound, load-bearing, level, dry, free from cracks, clean and free from materials that would impair adhesion (e.g. dirt, oil, grease). The surface must be thoroughly vacuumed, primed and filled. Suitable primers and fillers can be found in the UZIN product overview. The substrate must be tested in accordance with applicable standards and concerns must be raised if there are any deficiencies. Allow the applied primer and filler to dry thoroughly.
- non-absorbent or moisture-sensitive substrates ➞ 2 mm (3 mm for rubber)
- new calcium sulfate screeds ➞ 1 – 2 mm (for rubber 2 mm)
- Alt. sub-reasons ➞ min. 2 mm (for rubber 3 mm)
- Apply the adhesive evenly to the substrate with a suitable notched trowel and allow to flash off, depending on the application quantity, room climate, substrate absorbency and type of covering. Only apply as much adhesive as can be covered within the open time with good wetting of the reverse side of the covering.
- After the flash-off time, lay the covering, rub over the entire surface (e.g. with a felt-covered style on a Wolff reamer, Art. no. 62694) and counteract the head ends or edges of the covering that are not flat before laying to relieve tension. Weigh down extreme pavement deformations and do not trap air under the pavement. Allow the surface to rest for 20 minutes and then roll on again or rub in the edge and seam areas.
- For the wet / semi-wet process: Lay in the coating, roll on and rework. If the adhesive tack is still creamy white or only superficially dry, the tack is not yet present or is very slight.
- Using the double-drop method: Lay the covering wet and rub it in. Immediately knock back the covering and allow the back of the covering and the substrate to flash off until a noticeable tack is achieved (finger test see figure below), but the adhesive must not be completely transparent. Then reinsert the lining, roll it on and rework it.
- Wall bonding: Apply adhesive to the prepared wall with a lambskin roller, serrate with the appropriate serration and allow to flash off. Insert the topping and rub it in.
- In the contact method: Depending on the covering, toothen or roll on the adhesive on the reverse side of the covering and the substrate. Allow adhesive to flash off. Then insert, press and rub.
- Remove adhesive impurities with water when fresh.
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