Schlüter®-KERDI 200

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Schlüter®-KERDI has been developed for bonded waterproofing assemblies with coverings of tiles and natural stone. The waterproofing membrane should be bonded to an even, load bearing substrate with an appropriate tile adhesive. The tiles are laid directly on Schlüter®-KERDI using the thinbed method. Other trowel applied covering materials or plaster may also be used.

Schlüter®-KERDI-DS is a waterproofing membrane and vapour barrier bonded to a tile covering, e.g. for use in swimming pools and spa areas, as well as for commercial applications with high humidity levels.

Vapour barriers are suggested for moisture sensitive substrates such as wood, plasterboard and gypsum plaster.

Accessories for Schlüter®-KERDI include internal and external corners, as well as pipe collars. To seal butt joints or corner joints, Schlüter®-KERDI-KEBA, in widths of 8.5, 12.5, 15, 18.5 and 25 cm is available.

Schlüter®-KERDI-FLEX, in widths of 12.5 cm or 25 cm, is used to seal over expansion joints or flexible edge joints.

Platform Compatible Version Certified to
IFC IFC - 1 1.3
Revit Revit 2017 + 1 2.0

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COBie
NBS_General
NBS_Data
EnvironmentalProductDeclaration
n/a
Form
Single ply
PerformanceAntistaticProperties
n/a
PerformanceElongationToBreak
n/a
PerformanceResistantToUndergroundGases
n/a
PerformanceTearResistance
n/a
PerformanceTensileStrengthMinimum
n/a
PerformanceUVStabilization
n/a
PerformanceWaterVapourResistanceMinimum
Sd = 5.15 m
PhysicalPropertiesDimensionsRollLengthMinimumOptions
5 m, 30 m
PhysicalPropertiesWeightMinimum
290 g/m²
Purpose
Water resistance
RecycledContent
n/a
RootInhibitor
n/a
ThirdPartyCertification
CE Compliance
Pset_CoveringCommon

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    12/12/2018

    Minor object standardisation.

    8/9/2018