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TOMORROW’S PRODUCTS


F. BALL'S REVOLUTIONARY


MEMBRANES F. Ball and Co. Ltd., has launched two revolutionary waterproof surface membrane products, Stopgap: F77 and Stopgap F78.


Stopgap F77 is the ultimate waterproof surface membrane that offers maximum protection against damp and excess moisture in subfloors. The single-coat system is effective up to relative humidity levels as high as 98%, and is suitable for any flooring installation, including application over underfloor heating systems.


The solvent-free, two-part epoxy resin system offers unrivalled protection and performance for installations where a waterproof surface membrane is required, and creates an impenetrable barrier against moisture in a one-coat


MAPEI FUEL INSPIRATION FOR


DESIGNERS Mapei are encouraging designers to use their creative licence and gain inspiration from their exhibition stand at 100% Design, between the 18th and 21st September 2013. Mapei will be exhibiting a selection of their environmentally friendly products, including Silexcolor protective and decorative wall coatings system, Mapefloor resin flooring system and Ultratop Industrial cementitious flooring.


Located at stand E1, one of the products on display will be Mapei’s Silexcolor Marmorino. Suitable for interior and exterior wall applications, Silexcolor Marmorino creates an attractive marble aesthetic. Differing design options in finish, texture, colour and hues will be on display to allow designers to explore ideas that could enhance any project.


Silexcolor Marmorino’s wide range of colours are available through using ColorMap® automatic tinting. This luxurious, yet highly cost effective


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application. Pigmented metallic black to aid coverage uniformity, the new epoxy resin product has a working time of 30 minutes, and cures in approximately three hours, without the need for accelerants.


system, is ideally suited to any home, office, hotel, lobby or retail environment.


Mapei will also be displaying their extended Mapefloor System range, including Mapefloor I 302 SL. Using Mapecolor Paste, Mapefloor I 302 SL offers designers a choice of 19 standard colours, creating a highly decorative finish and complementing Mapei’s Silexcolor wallcoating system. Versatile in its application, Mapefloor I 302 SL can be used as a high build coating or 2-3mm self-smoothing system.


On top of its decorative properties, Mapefloor I 302 SL is abrasion and chemical resistant and easy to maintain. These properties make it ideal for a wide range of installations, particularly food, chemical and pharmaceutical industries, in addition to automated laboratories and warehouses, aseptic areas and shopping centres.


Also being exhibited is Mapei’s cementitious Ultratop Industrial flooring. Designed for internal use within civil and industrial buildings, Ultratop Industrial is a high quality and technologically advanced product, perfect for levelling and smoothing new or existing concrete and screed substrates.


Visit Mapei at 100% Design on Stand E1, where Mapei’s Technicians will make your imagination a reality.


www.mapei.co.uk


Stopgap F78 is the first water-based moisture management system from F. Ball and offers a high performance, eco-conscious alternative to epoxy-resin systems. The product offers protection against damp and moisture up to relative humidity levels of 95% in almost any flooring installation.


Once applied, the first coat takes approximately 15-20 minutes to cure, and then a further 30 minutes for the second coat to cure, resulting in an impenetrable barrier against damp and moisture, achieved in less than two hours. The water-based moisture management system is ideal for use in biologically sensitive settings, such as healthcare and educational facilities, where contractors must be mindful of the type of products being installed.


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