Table of contents:
- Preparation of the surface
- Material preparation
- Order process
- Processing conditions
- Drying / drying time
- Tool cleaning
Video: Capatect OrCa Spatula
2023 Author: Hannah Pearcy | [email protected]. Last modified: 2023-11-26 11:39
Ready-to-use lightweight reinforcement for the non-flammable Capatect ETICS Carbon Extra.
The ready-to-use, carbon fiber-reinforced light reinforcing material Capatect OrCa-Spachtel is classified in the WDV system carbon in building material classification A2-s1, d0 (non-combustible). It convinces with its low weight and its smooth processing, very good adhesion as well as extremely shock and crack-proof surfaces (up to 60 joules, depending on the system structure). The land consumption is low. This results in a high area coverage.
Reinforcing compound and leveling compound for use on Capatect mineral wool.
Quality insulation boards:
- Capatect MW facade insulation board 149 EXTRA / 151 EXTRA
- Capatect LS facade insulation board VB 101 in the Capatect ETICS system Carbon Extra.
- ready for processing
- light, smooth processing
- low material consumption
- very good liability
- water repellent
- extremely shockproof and crackproof
- Impact / shock resistance up to 60 joules (depending on the system structure)
Preparation of the surface
All substrates must be stable, dry, even (DIN 18202 or 18203), clean and free of residues that reduce adhesion.
Capatect OrCa filler is ready to use. The material should be stirred briefly before processing. It is possible to regulate the consistency by adding a small amount of water.
Applying the plaster: A two-layer application is recommended to ensure a uniform, even surface. Pre-fill a first layer of Capatect Orca filler to stabilize the insulation surface in a layer of approx. 1 - 2 mm. After drying, apply a second layer of Capatect OrCa spatula and embed Capatect OrCa fabric 653 in it. Embed diagonal reinforcement strips or fabric strips diagonally into the reinforcement in the corner area of building openings.
The Capatect reinforcing compound must be applied to the insulation panels in the width of the fabric and the Capatect OrCa fabric 653 pressed in with approx. 10 cm overlap. Subsequently fill in wet on wet so that a full coverage of the fabric is ensured. The total layer thickness must be approx. 4 - 5 mm. Embed the reinforcement mesh in such a way that it lies in the middle with reinforcement layer thicknesses of up to 4 mm, above 4 mm layer thickness in the upper half.
Approx. 1.3 kg / m² per mm thickness. These consumption figures are guidelines; Object-dependent or processing-related deviations are to be taken into account.
During processing and in the drying phase, the ambient and substrate temperatures must not be below + 8 ° C and above + 30 ° C. Do not use in direct sunlight, in strong wind, fog or high humidity. In this context we refer to the leaflet "Plastering at high and low temperatures" from the German Stucco Industry Association.
Drying / drying time
At 20 ° C and 65% relative air humidity, the reinforcement plaster layer is surface dry after 24 hours, thoroughly dried and resilient after 2 - 3 days. Depending on the weather, it can be reworked with Capatect Thermosan facade plaster NQG after 2 - 3 days at the earliest.
Immediately after use with water.
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