Henkel SubFloor User's Manual

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168 to 175 Laying procedures
171 Tiles
172 Sheet
173 Saga
174 Conductive, dissipative
and antistatic
floorcoverings
174 Conductive flooring with
conductive adhesive and
conductive primer
175 Laying procedure for
residential sheet products
176
Cold and hot welding
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Adhesives
178 to 181 Maintenance
PREPARING THE SUBFLOOR
The flooring contractor has responsibility for laying the
floorcovering only when he is satisfied that the subfloor
is in a suitable condition to receive the flooring.
Local regulations regarding subfloors and the
installation of floorcoverings must be complied with.
GENERAL INFORMATION
(NEW SUBFLOORS OR RENOVATION)
The subfloor must be absolutely hard, level, dry, smooth
and structurally sound.
The subfloor must be free of cracks and other
irregularities and must not be contaminated with paint,
plaster, oil, grease or any other substance which could
affect adhesion.
Cracks must be filled with an appropriate material.
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The following information provides you with basic
installation procedures. For technical products or more
detailed instructions please refer to our technical guide.
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Laying procedure for tiles
Hardness
Use cement based products for subfloor preparation. They must be neither crumbly nor flaky.
Flatness
Unpack the tiles 24 hours before laying and make sure they are stacked horizontally.
Minimum ambiant temperature must be 15 °C.
Maximum deflexion, for a 2 m ruler 7 mm, for a 0.20 m ruler 2 mm.
Surface state: fine and regular.
Dryness
Moisture content in subfloors should be measured using appropriate devices and should be in accordance with relevant
standards in each country. The relative humidity must not be higher than 75 % R.H.
Adapt the drying time according to how cold or damp the conditions are.
Smoothness
1. Trace a line perpendicular to the main entrance.
Trace a perpendicular line to this axis ensuring equal cuts for tiles on both
sides.
A smoothing compound must be applied to the entire surface according to the standards mentioned above. Smoothing
compounds are not designed to overcome levelling deficiencies. The smoothing compound must be allowed to dry in
accordance with manufacturer's instructions.
Rub down using a carborundum stone in order to obtain a perfectly smooth surface.
Sweep or vacuum up any dust. Spread the adhesive.
Expansion joints or movement joints
Floorcovering should be laid up to the joint and the joint should be covered with an appropriate plastic or metal sliding
joint cover.
2. Apply adhesive to a few square metres of subfloor in one quarter.
Insufficient open time of the adhesive will cause bubbles.
If open time is too long the adhesive transfer will be poor.
Subfloors direct to ground
A damp-proof membrane must be laid under the concrete to act as a waterproof barrier against underlying hydrostatic
pressure and moisture.
Underfloor heating
The subfloor must be allowed to dry in accordance with local standards.
The heating system should have been switched on at least 4 weeks before laying the floorcovering, then switched off 24
hours before any subfloor preparation, and remains switched off during installation of the floorcovering.
The heating should then be switched on 48 hours after installation of the flooring and the temperature progressively
increased to normal working temperatures over 5-7 days.
Glueline temperature < 28 °C (contact technical department for further information.)
3. Press each tile into position ensuring joints are butted tight.
Beware installation directions according to pattern.
Old carpeting
Remove, clean the subfloor and apply a smoothing compound.
4. Smooth down manually then roll with a 50 kg flooring roller.
Wooden floorboards
Check the condition of the floorboards, secure any loose boards.
Any knotholes to be filled as necessary.
Cover with hardboard, chipboard or plywood, minimum thickness 8 mm.
These sheets should be nailed or stapled every 10-15 cms.
Check that the floorboards are dry and ventilated on the underside.
All non ventilated woodenfloors must be removed.
Ceramic tiles
Any loose tiles must be stuck down and any traces of paint, plaster, grease, etc, must be removed. The cleaned tiles must
be primed with an appropriate primer prior to applying a smoothing compound fully in accordance with manufacturers
instructions.
Leave to dry then rub down to a smooth finish.
Sweep thoroughly. Apply the adhesive in accordance with manufacturers instructions.
5. If necessary heat weld seams 24 hours after installation.
Do not traffic the floorcovering for 48 hours after installation.
Old vinyl flooring
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Old vinyl, linoleum and rubber floorcoverings should always be removed and the subfloor be examined and prepared as
necessary before installing new floorcoverings.
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Sheet laying procedure
Laying procedure for Saga
Overall adhesion with tackifier emulsion adhesive
The sheets must be unrolled and left in the room to be covered, with
the adhesive, for at least 24 hours prior to laying.
Minimum temperature must be 15 °C.
1. Lay first length along guide line, ensuring sheets are laid lengthways
in the same direction as the light falls.
Beware installation directions according to pattern.
2. Fold back sheets half way.
A gripping primer compatible with the tackifier emulsion adhesive and the subfloor must be applied before gluing.
1 - Positioning of the floor covering
The tiles should be removed from their box at least 24 hours before laying and placed in the room in which they are to
be used
2 - Tackifier emulsion adhesive
The tackifier emulsion is applied in a single coat:
• using a finely notched trowel, quantity 100 to 150 g/m2, type A1,
• using a foam roller, quantity 100 to 150 g/m2.
3 - Laying of tiles. Alignment.
A - When laying the tiles, the following points must be respected:
• use whole tiles or large cut tiles (more than 50% of the original tile size), in heavy traffic zones
(door thresholds, corners in corridors, waiting areas),
• align a row of tiles along the main access paths,
• align one of the start lines with the longest wall-to-wall direction in the room.
B - Alignment.
Trace a guide line along which the tiles are to be laid (see fig 1).
4 - Preparation of subfloor and laying of tiles.
3. Use a finely serrated trowel to apply the single stick acrylic emulsion adhesive.
The adhesive manufacturer's instructions must be followed.
Insufficient open time of the adhesive will cause bubbles.
If the open time is too long the adhesive transfer will be poor.
4. Smooth down manually then roll with a 50 kg flooring roller.
Beware installation directions according to the pattern.
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Spread the tackifier emulsion adhesive over half the room.
Lay the first row of tiles along the axis perpendicular to the door.
Block this row in place using the wall as a support (see fig 2).
Lay the following rows of tiles and block them against the first row.
5 - Smoothing.
This operation must be carried out in two stages .
• Smooth down manually.
• Roll with a 50 kg flooring roller over the entire surface.
Positioning of furniture.
When positioning furniture, pay attention not to drag heavy objects
over the floorcovering
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Tracing the guide lines:
• axis perpendicular to main entrance,
• the perpendicularity of this axis is
balanced by the tile cuts.
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• Starting in the middle of the room, lay
the tiles of the middle row. Block this
row in place using the wall
perpendicular to this row as a support.
• Lay the following rows of tiles and
block them against the first row.
5. If necessary groove and heat weld the joints after 24 hours after installation.
Do not traffic the floorcovering for 48 hours after installation.
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Other cases:
Reverse lay the following products: Nera Contract, Taralay Comfort. Please note the reverse lay symbols on the packaging.
Most sheet products are laid by overlapping the edges and cutting through.
Tarasafe Standard, Tarasafe Iona, Tarasafe Comfort, Tarasafe Plus, Tarasafe Ultra, Tarasafe Style, Tarasafe Super however should be laid with a 1 mm
gap to allow for the grooving machine. Grooving should be done manually.
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For conductive, dissipative and antistatic floorcoverings
For residential sheet products
Antistatic products
Normal laying using high performance acrylic adhesive which has low water content. The flooring
has antistatic properties of its own. These properties do not depend on the laying method used.
Copper strips are not necessary.
Dissipative products and conductive products
There are two laying systems:
• with conductive adhesive and conductive primer,
• on a copper strip grid with a high-performance acrylic adhesive which has low water content.
Copper strips: code 0584
Width: 1 cm
Average length: 250 lm
Thickness: 6/100 mm
Weight: about 3.6 kg
LAYING PROCEDURE FOR CONDUCTIVE FLOORING
WITH CONDUCTIVE ADHESIVE AND CONDUCTIVE PRIMER
LAYING PROCEDURE FOR RESIDENTIAL SHEET PRODUCTS
The sheets must be unrolled and left in the room to be covered, with the adhesive,
for at least 24 hours prior to laying.
Minimum ambiant temperature must be 15 °C.
1. Apply a conductive primer.
The coverage should be 100-150 g/m2.
Leave to dry for at least 12 hours.
Check that the subfloor on which you intend to lay the floorcovering is smooth, free from grit, grease and
wood treatments. Most of these floorcoverings should not be laid over damp areas although Texline and
Griptex have higher tolerances for damp. Please refer to the Technical Department for further advice.
The floorcovering should be placed in the room where it is due to be laid for at least 2 hours prior to
laying. The temperature should no less that 18oC.
2.1 Sheets
Lay first length along guide line, ensuring sheets are laid lengthways in the same
direction as the light falls.
If you plan to lay two or more widths please ensure sufficient material is purchased to allow for pattern
match.
2.2 Tiles
Trace a line
perpendicular to the
main entrance.
Most installations can be safely loose laid whilst ensuring that exposed edges that may be kicked up (such
as doors and joints) are securely adhered to the floor using an 8 to 10cm width application of Gerflor
E120 adhesive. Joints should be treated with Gerflor Cold Weld Liquid SG916 to ensure a strong bond.
We recommend threshold strip to be fitted to doorways.
Trace a perpendicular
line to this axis
ensuring equal cuts for
tiles on both sides.
3. Use 2 lm of copper strips for every 30 m2 for earthing.
Connect the copper strip to the earth (1 earth for every 30 m2).
For rooms over 30 m2, lay copper strips at the periphery of the room and on the
diagonal.
Sheet lengths should be reversed laid.
For permanent installations or where heavy domestic furniture such as washing machines are likely to be
moved around, the floor covering can be fully adhered to the subfloor.
5.1 Lay the sheets.
5.2 Lay the tiles.
6. Smooth down
manually then roll
with a 50 kg flooring
roller.
7. Groove and heat weld the joints 24 hours
after installation (compulsory).
Dried adhesive on surface of flooring may be
removed with alcohol or turpantin.
Do not traffic the floorcovering for
48 hours after installation.
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4. Adhering with acrylic single stick conductive adhesive
(type Cégé 100 Conductrice - Akzo-Nobel) and a sharp-serrated notche, or similar
approved adhesive. The coverage should be approximately 200-300 g/m2.
In order to achieve a regular and appropriate coverage change the spatula regularly.
Carefully follow the manufacturer's instructions when applying primer and
adhesive. Ensure that the supplier can provide a 10 year guarantee for the
conductibility of the adhesive.
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Cold welding
Cold welding with SG 916 or TARAJOINT is necessary to create a continuous
hygienic surface.
If this treatment can withstand traction of 8 daN/cm, the P3 requirement has
been met.
1. Overlap the edges by 3 or 4 cm and cut through both thicknesses with a stanley
knife using a ruler as a guide-line. It is beneficial to place a flat straight edge
beneath the joint to be cut. This will avoid damaging the subfloor and ensure a tight
butt joint is achieved. Butt the sheet edges together to form a compression joint.
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Adhesives
PRINCIPLES FOR SUCCESSFUL ADHESION
Instructions for use are given by the adhesive manufacturer. These are given for normal hygrometric
conditions and subfloor porosity. They may need to be modified according to on-site conditions.
MAIN TYPES OF ADHESIVE
2. Cover the joint with paper adhesive tape.
3. Cut through the tape into joint.
4. Fit the necessary nozzle onto the bottle, depth welding: nozzle with guide,
surface welding: feed nozzle.
Insert nozzle into joint and squeeze bottle until there is an excess of liquid on the
surface of the tape.
Wait for 60 seconds.
5. Remove adhesive tape.
Water-based or emulsion :
suitable for most types of flooring. Their bonding capability is determined according to their rate of
evaporation. They are normally applied with a finely notched trowel or roller.
Contact adhesive :
These are resins in solution and flammable. They are usually double stick and applied using a stiff
brush or trowel.
Polyurethane contact adhesive is recommended for difficult areas eg. Skirting pannels to PVC
Two part adhesives.
This type of adhesive (epoxy + polyurethane) is used for flooring subjected to heavy traffic,
dampness or exposure to the elements. Single application.
RECOMMENDED ADHESIVES PER PRODUCT TYPE
For more information please contact our technical department.
Hot welding
Allow 24 hours after laying. Welding can then be done either manually or mechanically
using a welding machine and weld rod.
1. Grooving can be done manually or mechanically using an electric grooving machine.
• Foam backed vinyl: only groove through the depth of the wearlayer.
• Homogeneous material: the depth of the groove should be equal to the total thickness of the
material minus 0.3 mm.
Tarasafe, Tarasafe Comfort, Tarasafe Ultra, Tarasafe Style, Tarasafe Super :
it is recommended to butt joint leaving a 1 mm gap.
2. Mechanical or manual welding.
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3. Trimming the joint:
• first trim using a crescent bladed knife with a cable slide,
• when the joint has fully cooled, trim for a second time with a crescent bladed knife to ensure
that the weld rod is flush with the floorcovering.
For E3 classification it is compulsory to install set-in coved skirting with a welded joint.
Maintenance
Gerflor floorings, in common with all heavy duty floorings, require
correct and regular maintenance. Whatever the manufacturing finish,
satisfactory results can only be obtained by following certain basic
maintenance rules.
Rubber leaves indelible stains on
vinyl floorings :
■ do not use mats with rubber
backing
■ replace tubular furniture feet with
those made of PVC or polyamide
(do not use rubber furniture feet and
wheels)
Never use solvent-based wax, seals,
polishes or varnish, particularly
those containing acetone and other
PVC solvents. Place a barrier mat
(which does not have a rubber
backing) in doorways and entrances.
Delay maintenance until 72 hours
installation for rolls and an entire
week after installation for tiles.
Six types of maintenance are
recommended according to the
floorcovering installed :
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• Very low maintenance = floorings
with PROTECSOL® treatment
• Very low maintenance for high
quality homogeneous flooring
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• Low maintenance = floorings with
polyurethane (PUR) treatment
• Normal maintenance for homogeneous
floorings PU treated.
• Normal maintenance = non treated
floorings
• Specific maintenance = antistatic
and conductive floorings
VERY LOW
MAINTENANCE
PRODUCTS
With PROTECSOL® treatment:
Taralay Impression, Brazilia,
Forum, Jamaïca, Metallica, Saga.
With SPARCLEAN® treatment:
Tarasafe Style, Ultra.
With PUR protect treatment:
Mipolam Elegance 290, Mipolam
Esprit 500.
It is not necessary to seal the floor
during its lifetime, the maintenance
cost will be greatly reduced during
the life of the floor.
INITIAL CLEANING
Remove loose debris after the
installation of floor. Wash floor with
a low speed cleaning machine (150200 rpm) fitted with a red pad. Use
neutral detergent. Ensure that all
detergent residues are rinsed and
removed from the floor.
PROTECTION
This step also know as "metallisation", "self-shine", or "polishing",
is not necessary.
DAILY MAINTENANCE
Remove dirt with a damp mop and
neutral detergent. Dry sweeping is
also possible. Mechanical maintenance provides better aesthetic results.
PERIODIC MAINTENANCE
Clean with a high speed (450 rpm)
machine fitted with a red pad or
nylon brush or scrubbing machine +
neutral detergent.
LOW MAINTENANCE
PRODUCTS
With PUR treatment:
Nera Contract, Mipolam Activa
250, Mipolam Troplan 100,
Classic Imperial, Ambiance, GTI,
GTI AS Decor, Attraction™,
Creation*, Artline*.
* Except Slate and Peeble
PUR treatment is a protective
polyurethane surface treatment
applied to the product during the
manufacturing process.
Results : it is not necessary to seal
the floor after installation. Protection
is required when aesthetic and
hygienic proper ties are judged
unappropriate by maintenance staff.
In the meantime, maintenance costs
are reduced.
INITIAL CLEANING
Remove loose debris after the
installation of the floor. Wash floor
with a low speed cleaning machine
(150-200 rpm) fitted with a red pad.
Use neutral detergent. Ensure that
all detergent residues are rinsed and
removed from the floor.
PROTECTION
This step also know as "Metallisation", "selfshine", or "polishing"
is only necessary when aesthetic
and hygienic properties are judged
unappropriate by maintenance staff.
DAILY MAINTENANCE
Remove dirt with a damp mop and
neutral detergent or floor maintainer.
Dry sweeping is also possible.
PERIODIC MAINTENANCE
Clean with a high speed (450 rpm)
machine fitted with a red pad, or
nylon brush, or a scrubbing machine
+ neutral detergent, or floor
maintainer.
NORMAL MAINTENANCE
PRODUCTS
With PU factory seal : Univers
Non treated floorings: Architecton,
Tarasafe ranges.
INITIAL CLEANING
Remove loose debris after the
installation of floor. Wash and clean
off with a machine fitted with blue or
green pad + stripping agent at 150200 rpm. The brown pad is suitable
for removal of heavy dirt and/or
grease. Ensure that all detergent
residues are rinsed and removed from
the floor.
PROTECTION
This step is also know as
“metallisation”, “self-shine”, or
“polishing”. It is usual to apply 3
coats of polish to new floors, as this
will impair the slip resistance,
allowing one coat to dry before
applying the next coat.
Do not go through this treatment
with the following products:
Tarasafe, Tarasafe Iona, Tarasafe
Comfort,Tarasafe Ultra, Tarasafe
Style, Tarasafe Super, to keep their
slip resistance properties.
DAILY MAINTENANCE
Remove dirt with a damp mop and
neutral detergent or disinfectant.
Dry sweeping may be sufficient.
PERIODIC MAINTENANCE
Clean with a high speed (450 rpm)
machine fitted with a blue or red pad
using a spray detergent or floor
maintainer.
For Tarasafe ranges, clean with a
machine fitted with a blue or green
pad (450 rpm) or a scrubbing
machine + neutral detergent.
Every year protection should be
removed and reapplied.
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FLOORS WITH PROTECSOL® :
NEVER POLYMER EMULSION OR DISPERSION
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SUPER CLEANER
DYNATECH ALKA
SPAY CLEANER
SPRAY EMULSION
RENEWAL OF POLYMER EMULSION
HOSPITAL POLYMER
EMULSION
POLYMER EMULSION
POLYMER DISPERSION
PRIMER
STRIPPER (DRY)
STRIPPER
MOP WAX
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DESINFECTANT DETERGENT
CLEANING AGENT
(REMOVING RUBBER MARKS)
CLEANING OF POLYMER EMULSION
PROTECTIVE LAYER
BASIC LAYER
STRIPPING
Cigarette burns : For calendered
products : rub gently with a very fine
grade sandpaper, or fine wirewool.
Apply a self-shine emulsion over the
entire surface.
ALKALINE CLEANING AGENT
Heavy grease – Paint – Rubber scuffs
– Hair colourings – Food fats – Ball
point or felt-tip pens : Petrol. White
Spirit. Scrub using an undiluted
detergent, rinse thoroughly and
remove all residues.
DETERGENT
CLEANING
Sweep the floor thoroughly. Add a
small amount of neutral liquid
cleaner to warm water and clean
floor thoroughly. After cleaning the
floor must be rinsed with clean
water to remove all traces of the
cleaning agent. NB: Manufacturers'
recommendations for dilution rates,
usage and rinsing should be strictly
adhered to.
Rust : Use either proprietary antirust treatment or oxalic acid (rinse
thoroughly).
NATURAL CLEANING AGENT
Caring for Gerflor cushioned vinyl
It is important to clean the floor
regularly to avoid any build up of
dirt and grit that can damage the
surface.
TYPE OF PRODUCT:
RESIDENTIAL FLOORING
WASHING
TYPE OF PROCESS:
INITIAL CLEANING
Remove loose debris after the
installation of floor.
Wash and clean off a machine fitted
with blue pad + stripping agent
(such as REMAT manufactured by
WETROK) at 150-200 rpm. Ensure
that all detergent residues are
rinsed and removed from the floor.
The green pad is suitable for
removal of heavy dirt and/or
grease.
PROTECTION
This step is also know as "metallisation", "self-shine", or "polishing".
Do not protect the floors in surgery
rooms : only apply one coat of
MEPOL HMA manufactured by
WETROK or equivalent complying
with electrical properties.
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PERIODIC MAINTENANCE
Clean with a high speed (450 rpm)
machine fitted with a red pad or
nylon brush + neutral detergent.
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JONTEC ASSET
JONTEC TENSOL
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TASKI OMNISPRAY
TASKI VISION MATT
TASKI VISION STAR
TASKI VISION MATT
TASKI VISION SILK
TASKI VISION STAR
TASKI OMNISTRIP
TASKI RADICAL
TASKI TOP SHINE
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TASKI COMBIBEST
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JOHNSON DIVERSEY
Blood – Urine – Faeces : Use diluted
bleach and thoroughly rinse with
water to remove all residues.
Vinegar – Tomato – Mustard : Add a
few drops of ammonia to water, this
may remove the stain.
ECOLAB
Static control floorings : Mipolam
Robust EL7, Mipolam Technic
EL5, Mipolam Forum EL5.
STAIN REMOVAL TABLE
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DAILY MAINTENANCE
Damp mop and neutral detergent
and disinfectant to remove dirt.
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Notes
Due to printing limitations there may be variations between the colours of the actual flooring and illustrations shown in this
catalogue. Samples are available upon request.
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