LEVEL IT TWO DATASHEET
LEVEL IT TWO - SAFETY DATASHEET
LEVEL IT TWO - CE DATASHEET
Level IT Two has a typical working time of 20 to 30 minutes and a walk on time of approximately 2.5 hours. A 5mm application of Level IT TWO allows most floor coverings to be laid in as little as 12 hours (all based on good ambient conditions). It has a moisture tolerant formulation making it suitable for pre-smoothing of floors prior to applications of Overfloor heating boards.
Level IT Two is a general purpose, mid strength two part smoothing underlayment. Its exceptional flow characteristics make it a very easy smoothing underlayment to apply to a variety of subfloors in both commercial and domestic flooring projects. It consists of a powder, incorporating a blend of cements, along with graded fillers and additives and a pre-gauged protein free liquid polymer component. The two components are mixed to provide a free flowing smoothing underlayment for preparing a variety of internal subfloors prior to the installation of decorative floor coverings. It is a protein free formulation and is suitable for use in biologically sensitive areas. Level IT Two is suitable for use over a wide variety of flooring substrates including sand/cement screeds, concrete, calcium sulphate screeds, flooring grade asphalt, porcelain, ceramic, quarry and terrazzo floors, epoxy Damp Proof Membranes, screwed and fixed 15mm and thicker flooring grade plywood. Level IT Two can be applied at depths between 2 and 12mm. For deeper sections up to a maximum of 30mm, it is necessary to bulk out with a suitable graded aggregate filler. This can drastically prolong curing times so allowances must be made accordingly. It has a typical working time of 20 to 30 minutes and a walk on time of approximately 2.5 hours. A 5mm application of Level IT Two allows most floor coverings to be laid in as little as 12 hours (all based on good ambient conditions). Level IT Two has a moisture tolerant formulation making it suitable for pre-smoothing of floors prior to applications of surface DPMs.
All subfloors should be protected from moisture from the sub-ground by use of an effective base Damp Proof Membrane. Please note older properties or buildings not initially intended for occupancy may not have a base DPM. Consult Ultra Floor Technical Services for further information. Moisture levels in the subfloor should be assessed in accordance with BS8203 and achieve a hygrometer reading of 75% RH or less. Where this is not attained, the use of an Ultra Floor surface damp proof membrane should be considered. The selection of DPM and number of coats will be subject to the nature of the subfloor (see relevant product technical datasheet). The subfloor should be prepared to ensure a clean, sound, surface that is free from materials that may prevent adhesion. Concrete and sand/cement screed must have fully cured. Laitance and weak surface materials should be mechanically abraded.
The area should be dust free prior to priming and application of Level IT Two.
Ultra Floor recommends that subfloors should be primed prior to the application of Level IT Two.
Absorbent Subfloors: Priming with Ultra Floor Prime IT Multi-surface primer (MSP) typically diluted 3 parts water to 1 part primer is recommended to control the curing profile, minimise formation of pinholes and give the optimum flow and handling characteristics. Allow primer to fully dry. In some circumstances such as where textile floor covering or loose laid laminate flooring is to be installed then priming is not required.
When pre-smoothing rough, damp concrete or sand/cement screed prior to applying a surface DPM it is always advised to prime to ensure maximum strength build-up of Level IT Two. Prime with Prime IT MSP diluted 5 parts water to 1 part primer and allow to dry. Non Absorbent Subfloors: Priming with Ultra Floor Prime IT MSP is required when applying Level IT Two onto non-absorbent or very dense substrates such as flooring grade asphalt, quarry tiles, terrazzo and surface applied epoxy DPMs. Apply neat and allow primer to fully dry.
Specific priming requirements are needed for calcium sulphate/ anhydrite/hemihydrate screeds.
|20-30 Minutes @ 20°C
|Time to Foot Traffic
|2.5 hours @ 20°C
|Time to Cover
|1 Day up to 6mm – 3 Days up to 10mm
|Coverage @ 3mm
|Suitable for Pump
|Compressive Strength (to BS EN 13892-2)
|to BS EN 13892-2
|Store in sealed original bag at temperatures between 5°C and 30°C. Avoid frost. This product must be stored in unopened bags clear of the ground in cool dry conditions and protected from excessive drafts. If stored correctly and used within 6 months of the date shown on the bag, the activity of the reducing agent will be maintained and this product will contain, when mixed with water, no more than 0.0002% (2 ppm) soluble Chromium (VI) of the total dry weight of the cement.
|Store in closed original containers at temperatures between 5°C and 30°C. Protect from frost.
|6 months in correctly sealed bags.