PRODUCT DATA SHEET
UZIN RR 186 Stabiflex
Very low emission, flexible, loose-laid underlay as an interlayer when bonding dimensionally stable textile-,PVC- and cushioned vinyl- coverings
Very low emission, flexible, loose-laid, polyester-fleeceunderlay used as an interlayer when installing new,bonded, dimensionally stable textile-, PVC- and cushionedvinyl- coverings in interior locations. Separates the floorcovering from the substrate.
3 all level, absorbent and non-absorbent surfaces
Product Properties / Benefits:
3 old and new wearing surfaces such as PVC, cushioned
vinyl, linoleum, parquet, stone, and ceramic flooring,
Flexible, stabilising sheet underlay. Lies flat on the subfloor
and then serves itself as the subfloor for the new bonded
3 where the existing top covering is well bonded but
covering. With inherent, stabilising rigidity for good load
the surface must not be damaged and must later be
distribution and dimensional stability, even with relatively
high point-loading. Impermeable and water-resistant, there-
3 bonding new, dimensionally stable textile coverings
fore suitable for all, normal cleaning methods.
with synthetic secondary backing with no area limita-
Material: Polyester fleece latexed on both sides.
tions / for bonding new PVC and cushioned vinyl cover-ings up to a maximum surface area of 40 m2, with the
appropriate dispersion adhesives onto the removable
3 medium-wear use in domestic and commercial locations
3 use over warm water underfloor heating systems, with
wet cleaning methods and, with suitable floor cover-
ings, for exposure to castor wheels in accordance with
* TTR = Thermal Transfer Resistance without covering.
Other technical information on request.
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UZIN RR 186 Stabiflex
The substrate must be level, sound, free from cracks, clean
3 Store rolls standing on end; avoid pressure-marks
and free from materials which would impair adhesion. Test
3 Optimum conditions are 18 °C – 25 °C / 64 °F – 77 °F, floor
the substrate in accordance with applicable standards and
temperature above 15 °C / 59 °F and relative humidity below
notices and report any deficiencies. Existing coverings must
75 %. Low temperatures and high humidity lengthen, whilst
be completely sound and free from maintenance products
high temperatures and low humidity shorten the working-,
and release agents. Joints in ceramic tiles must not be
setting- and drying- times of the adhesives used.
deeper than 1 mm. Thoroughly vacuum the surface, then
3 Can be used under dimensionally stable, textile floor cover-
prime and apply a smoothing compound. According the
ings with no area limitations; under PVC and cushioned vinyl
subfloor type and occupational use, select suitable primer
coverings up to a maximum of 40 m2/area.
and smoothing compound from the UZIN Product Guide.
3 Not suitable for installation of any type of tiling, for use
under rubber-, linoleum-, polyolefin- and natural fibre- cover-
Always allow primers and smoothing compounds to dry
ings (e. g. coco-matting, sisal), under textile coverings with
thoroughly. Refer to the Product Data Sheets for the prod-
pattern repeats or high inherent stresses, under coverings
with a tendency for shrinkage (certain needlepunch coverings,etc.) or under stiff / stubborn coverings.
3 On underfloor heating systems, in accordance with DIN 66 095,
flooring should not exceed a Thermal Transfer Resistance of
0.15 m2 K/W. The TTR of the combined underlay / covering isthe total of the individual TTR values plus 0.04 m2 K/W for
Lay out the sheet underlay parallel with the proposed
direction of the new covering, with joints offset, andcut in. Cut in any butt-joints as necessary. Side-seams
3 When it comes to flooring renovation, the covering can be
pulled away with the bonded underlay and disposed together.
can, as a rule, be left untrimmed – leave a gap of
On the remaining old flooring, new installation with the easy-
approx. 1 mm between the sheet widths and lay the
release underlay can be carried out again.
enclosed paper-strip under the joint. Leave a gap ofseveral millimetres against any fixtures. A hooked
3 The fully bonded easy-release underlay can be protected, for
later renovation, by using the Floor-Change System UZIN
MultiBase® and can be retained for re-installation. For this,
The installation of the new covering onto the underlay
is carried out according to normal trade practices for
Protection of the Workplace and the Environment:
”floor covering work”. The joints in the covering should
The underlay fleece itself requires no special protective measures. Refer to the notes
be parallel with, but offset by at least 50 cm from those
on protection of the workplace and the environment in the Product InformationSheets for the other installation materials used.
EMICODE EC 1 – ”very low emission” – tested and classified in accordance with GEV
regulations. According to current knowledge, gives off no emissions of formaldehyde,
The underlay is non-absorbent. To bond relatively imper-
hazardous materials or other volatile, organic compounds (VOC).
meable coverings, (e. g. textile coverings with latex orfoam backings and PVC / cushioned vinyl), those UZIN
flooring adhesives are recommended that are suitable
Cutting waste, as well as the bonded covering and renovation underlay, are Con-
for non-absorbent surfaces. These are, e. g. 2-component
dispersion adhesive UZIN KE 603 or Universal Pressure-Sensitive Adhesive UZIN KE 2000 S. For coverings withgood permeability, almost all UZIN textile coveringadhesives are suitable, e. g. UZIN UZ 57.
Type of covering
The above information is based on our experience and careful investigations. The variety of associated materials and different construction and working conditions cannot be indi-vidually checked or influenced by us. The quality of your work depends, therefore, on your own professional judgement and product usage. If in doubt, conduct a small test or obtaintechnical advice. Observe the installation recommendations of the covering manufacturer. The publication of this Product Data Sheet invalidates all previous Product Information.
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