Monofloor 100

Monofloor 100


A cement based self- leveling floor screed which eliminates defects and undesired roughnesses on the surface. It can be applied up to 10 mm thickness

Application Areas:

Indoor and dry environments
Residential buildings
Education facility buildings
Shopping malls, stores and markets
Leveling the surface in 3-10 mm thickness before laying ceramics, granites, marble, hardwood, parquet, laminate, carpet and PVC coverings.

Applied in 3 - 10 mm thickness.
Applied quickly and easily.
Balanced by self- leveling and removes the roughness of under layer.
Can be applied on old concrete surfaces.

Preparation of the Surface:

Special attention must be given that the application surface is cured.

The application surface must be clear of materials which prevent bonding, such as dust, oil, paint, silicone, curing agents and detergents
The surface must be sound, dry and free of cracks
The difference of level on the surface must be determined with tools such as water level and other leveling instruments
Prime the surface with MONOPRIMER Primer for Floors to increase its resistance to absorbency or smoothness.

Preparation of the Mortar:

25 kg of MONOFLOOR 100 Ready-To-Use Self-Leveling Compound (3 - 10 mm) is added slowly to approximately 5.5-6 liters of clean water and mixed by a mixer with low speed until there are no lumps
Prepared mortar is left to mature for 2 - 3 minutes and mixed again before use.
The mixture in the pot must be used in 30 - 35 minutes.

Application Information:

Apply MONOFLOOR 100 minimum 30 minutes after priming of the surface, depending on weather conditions
Pour the prepared mortar in flowable consistency on the surface. Adjust the thickness with a steel trowel and make local adjustments. Use a spiked roller and a spiked shoe during application to prevent pinholes in the product
In order to prevent cold joint formation in large areas, the product should be applied continuously. The material must be prepared in more than one bucket and all the buckets must be poured on the surface consecutively.

1,6 - 1,8 kg/m2 (for thickness of 1 mm)