InnoElast sealant Type 1 grey

For sealing horizontal and vertical joints in concrete structures

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InnoElast Type 1 (grey) — a one-component paste-like adhesive based on a silane-modified polymer (SPPO = silanterminated polypropylene oxide), which acquires elasticity and hardens in a humid environment. It is a one-component adhesive and sealing compound based on a silane-modified polymer that hardens into an elastic product upon contact with moist air. For sealing horizontal and vertical joints in concrete structures.

  • it has a high chemical resistance, which makes it possible to use this product as a durable material
  • elastic sealing and adhesive material
  • it does not contain solvents, silicones and isocyanates

Specifications:

  • One-component adhesive and sealant
  • Good atomizability
  • Does not require the use of a primer
  • It is applied even on wet surfaces
  • Application at a temperature of -3°C on ice-free surfaces
  • It does not contain solvents and isocyanates
  • Very high initial adhesion even in fresh form
  • Resistance to atmospheric influences and UV radiation
  • Can be painted
  • High chemical resistance
  • Compatible with other Elast products (compatible with bitumen)

Application areas:

  • Adhesive and sealant for highly loaded joints, used throughout the construction sector (interior/exterior finishing of concrete, wood, metal without primer).
  • Non-hardening sealant for facade and roofing works according to DIN EN 15651 1
  • Sealing of basements and underground structures from the impact of pressure water, tested up to 4.8 m
  • For repair and sealing of defects
  • Glue for the ProElast® system

Surface preparation:

  • The surface must be strong and stable, free of dust, grease, oils and other materials that impair adhesion. The surface may be wet, but it should not be wet and have a visible film of moisture.
  • Suitable for application on concrete and other mineral building materials, as well as drywall, wood, metal, PVC, ceramics, bitumen, etc.; in case of doubt, we recommend conducting preliminary tests.
  • Application:
  • InnoElast® is applied directly to the surface using a squeeze gun. No primer is required for suitable surfaces.
  • When sealing joints, it is necessary to observe sufficient width (≥ 5 mm) and depth (≥ 10 mm and ≥ ½ width) of the seam. In order to avoid 3-sided adhesion to the joint base, it is necessary to lay a suitable filling cord or a strip of polyethylene in the joint. It is recommended to glue the edges of the joint with adhesive tape. When filling the seam with sealing material, it is necessary to avoid the formation of voids and bubbles. By pressing and smoothing, ensure good adhesion to the sides of the seam. As a smoothing agent, pure liquid soaps (not diluted with water) are used, for example, dish detergent. The adhesive tape should be removed immediately after smoothing. The maximum thickness of the sealing material layer applied in one operation should not exceed 5 cm.
  • When used as an adhesive, InnoElast® is evenly applied to the surface to be glued and distributed with a notched trowel in a layer from 1 to 2 mm thick. To avoid voids and bubbles in the joint, you need to press the sealant tightly over its entire surface. Gluing a large-sized surface with InnoElast® requires a moisture-permeable base. For impermeable surfaces, we recommend using FlächenElast® adhesive and sealant with artificial hardener.
  • For tight bonding of the ProElast® film, follow the application instructions in the passport "ProElast® System". In case of doubt during surface preparation and application, we recommend conducting preliminary testing.

Subsequent processing:
At the time of formation of a stable surface film
The InnoElast® sealant must be protected from moisture.
If in the future it is planned to apply paint and varnish
coverage, we recommend conducting your own tests
due to the wide variety of possible systems
coatings. InnoElast® type 2 is suitable for applying paint
in accordance with DIN 52452, part 4.
Consumption and minimum dimensions of seams:
When sealing joints in accordance with DIN 18540
it is necessary to observe a sufficient width (≥ 5 mm) and
the depth (≥ 10 mm and ≥ ½ width) of the seam.
Consumption: 1 ml/cm3
Volume [ml/m]=w×d×100 (in cm)

Instructions:
InnoElast® sealant is moisture-proof, that is
high temperatures or high absolute humidity
the ambient air accelerates the curing process (thereby
thereby reducing the open exposure time
sealing material), and low — slow it down.
Preheating of the material at temperatures
below 5°C facilitates application.
Hardened residues can be removed mechanically with
using a scraper or a spatula.

 

Consistency : pasty

Color : Grey

Odor : none

Special density : 1.6 g/cm3

Density * : approx. 25 (Shore Type A)

Max. deformation : 25 %

Film formation ** : approx. 2 - 3 hours

Curing rate** : approx. 2 mm/24 hours

Temperature.Laying mode : -3°C - 40°C (concrete body temperature)

Temperature resistance : approx. -40 to 110°C / short-termimpact. up to 220°C

Packaging: in tubes of 600 ml (900 g)

Storage: in a cool and dry place, in the original packaging for up to 12 months 

How to prepare the surface?

The surface must be durable and stable, free of dust, grease, oils and other materials that impair adhesion. The surface may be wet, but it should not be wet and have a visible film of moisture.
Suitable for application on concrete and other mineral building materials, as well as drywall, wood, metal, PVC, ceramics, bitumen, etc.; in case of doubt, we recommend conducting preliminary tests.
Application:
InnoElast® is applied directly to the surface using a squeeze gun. No primer is required for suitable surfaces.
When sealing joints, it is necessary to observe a sufficient width (≥ 5 mm) and depth (≥ 10 mm and ≥ ½ width) of the seam. In order to avoid 3-sided adhesion to the base of the joint, it is necessary to lay a suitable filling cord or a strip of polyethylene in the joint. It is recommended to glue the edges of the joint with adhesive tape. When filling the seam with sealing material, it is necessary to avoid the formation of voids and bubbles. By pressing and smoothing, ensure good adhesion to the sides of the seam. As a smoothing agent, pure liquid soaps (not diluted with water), such as dish detergent, are used. The adhesive tape should be removed immediately after smoothing. The maximum thickness of the sealing material layer applied in one operation should not exceed 5 cm.
When used as an adhesive, InnoElast® is evenly applied to the surface to be bonded and distributed with a notched trowel in a layer from 1 to 2 mm thick. To avoid voids and bubbles in the joint, you need to press the sealant tightly over its entire surface. Gluing a large-sized surface with InnoElast® requires a moisture-permeable substrate. For impermeable surfaces, we recommend using FlächenElast® adhesive and sealant with artificial hardener.
To adhere the ProElast® film tightly, follow the application instructions in the ProElast® System passport. In case of doubt during surface preparation and application, we recommend conducting a preliminary test.

What is the subsequent processing?

At the time of formation of a stable surface film
The InnoElast® sealant must be protected from moisture.
If you plan to apply paintwork in the future
coverage, we recommend conducting your own tests
due to the wide variety of possible systems
coatings. InnoElast® type 2 is suitable for applying paint
in accordance with DIN 52452, Part 4.
Consumption and minimum seam sizes:
When sealing joints in accordance with DIN 18540
a sufficient width (≥ 5 mm) must be observed and
the depth (≥ 10 mm and ≥ ½ width) of the seam.
Consumption: 1 ml/cm3
Volume [ml/m]=w×d×100 (in cm)

What are the additional instructions for using the system?

InnoElast® sealant is moisture-proof, that is
high temperatures or high absolute humidity
the ambient air accelerates the curing process (thereby
thereby reducing the open exposure time
sealing material), and low ones slow it down.
Preheating of the material at temperatures
below 5°C facilitates application.
Hardened residues can be removed mechanically with
using a scraper or a spatula.

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