BIOSAL Cellarisolation - Mounting ...... quick and easy

Preperation

The underground of the area to be sanitized must be stable, even finely pored and free of holes, wide cracks or ridges. 

In fact that the existing plaster is mostly damaged, loose or only partial remaining, it has to be removed

Uneven areas must be soothed over with a plaster (using a sand-cement mix) which provides a stable, underground (nearly dry to dry) for the further work.

Mixing 

BIOSAL CELLAR INSULATION comes in 25 kilogram buckets. 6 liters of water (depending on dampness situation and there from resulting layer thickness - see chapter consumption) must be added to each 25 kilogram bucket.

Immediately after adding water BIOSAL CELLAR INSULATION has to be mixed, using a mixing machine (strong drilling machine with a mixing tool) for at minimum 3 minutes. Attention: the product stiffes 1,5 hours after mixing!

Insulation

Before beginning of insulation it is necessary to wet the working area plenty. 

Surface water on the floor and water film on the walls must be removed before begin of insulation. 

BIOSAL CELLAR INSULATION can then be applied using a brush, trowel (see picture a.)  or fine-plaster spray gun (see picture b., c., d.) to the prepared area in a process where the first layer must be at least as dry as the soil, before the second layer can follow. 

Application cannot be carried out in temperatures below 5 degrees celsius or on a frozen underground. 

Material consumption and thickness of the layer depend on the type of present dampness problem and can be calculated using the chart on the last page of this brochure.

During application and hardening the insulation layer must be protected against frost and, if ecternal, from extreme weather and sunshine. 

Thatīs it.

Following layers of rehalibitation plaster, colouring, e.g., must be steam permeable and strong adhesive on the BIOSAL CELLAR INSULATION layer.