Table of contents:
- Base training
- Laying the insulation boards
Video: Processing Of The Hemp-WDVSCapatect System Natur +
2023 Author: Hannah Pearcy | [email protected]. Last modified: 2023-11-26 11:39
The Capatect hemp insulation boards have only a few differences from conventional systems in terms of their installation. They are supplied in the format 80 x 62.5 cm. The sheets are available in thicknesses of 2, 3 and 4 cm, as well as 6 cm to 20 cm in 2 cm increments. From a thickness of 16 cm, the panels are glued in two layers at the factory. Thicker boards have three dowel holes.
The surface must be stable and must not have any loose spots. All openings, joints and slots must be closed.
Since hemp has extremely tough and resistant fibers, special processing tools are required. Caparol provides a specially developed cutting device including a cutting frame. The manufacturer also recommends its own hemp drill for possible additional dowel holes. There is a separate cutting attachment for the drill and a cutting crown for the dowel tool. This allows dowels from a plate thickness of 8 cm to be sunk.
Rails are attached to the bases. Their joints can be connected variably and sealed with a film. The base rails must then be closed continuously with an adhesive at the transition to the wall former. A plug-on profile is then attached to the base rails, which prevents cracking. The manufacturer points out that the insulation boards can also be installed without a base rail. For this, the fabric is laid 15 cm in the lower end. The insulation boards are laid and a reinforced plaster is applied.
The adhesive is applied with Capatect adhesive and filler 190. Before applying the so-called “edge bead point method”, the adhesive should be applied thinly under pressure. Mechanical gluing is possible.
Laying the insulation boards
The boards must be laid offset, cross joints are not permitted. Insulation board joints must not pass into the edges of wall openings. The manufacturer recommends a boot cut. Joints in the wall or continuous floor joints must not coincide with a panel edge. An overlap of at least 10 cm is required here.
The panels should be fastened with six dowels per square meter. The holes drilled at the factory enable a W pattern.
It is essential to ensure that the connections to windows, doors etc. are carried out carefully. This is the only way to ensure that surface water is drained in a controlled manner and does not penetrate the construction.
A leveling compound is applied to the insulation boards, followed by a reinforced plaster. A plaster base is then applied. Finally, the selected structural plaster is applied over the entire surface.
Compared to the processing of conventional materials, the working time increases with hemp insulation boards by about 20 percent. More information on the Hanf ETICS Capatect System Natur + at Caparol at https://bit.ly/ma1602_hanf and on Malerblatt Wissen at https://bit.ly/ma1602_wissen A video about hemp can be found here: https://youtu.be / AA153g-MuRU certification: Prerequisite for the processing of hemp ETICS is certification by the manufacturer. Interested companies should contact: Caparol
Tel. (06154) 71-0
www.caparol.de Information about the painting company:
Maler Mayr GmbH