Self-levelling, ultra-quick hardening mortar with special hydraulic binders, applied at a thickness between 5 and 40 mm to create abrasion-resistant floors.
Colour: white, beige, light grey, red, anthracite and standard. Mixing ratio: 20-22 parts of water per 100 parts in weight of ULTRATOP. Applicable thickness: from 5 to 40 mm. Self-levelling: yes. Workability time: 15 minutes. Setting time: 60 minutes. Set to light foot traffic: 3-4 hours. Compressive strength after 28 days at +23°C: ? 40 N/mm². Flexural strength after 28 days at +23°C: ? 11 N/mm². Böhme abrasion resistance after 28 days at +23°C: 9 cm³/50 cm². EMICODE: EC1 R Plus – very low emission. Storage: 12 months in its original sealed packaging. Application: by hand or mortar pump. Consumption: 16.5-17.5 kg/m² per cm of thickness. Packaging: 25 kg bags.
Ultratop is a self-levelling product in powder available in light grey, white, beige, rust red, anthracite and standard (beige going on light brown) made up of special quick-drying and quick-setting binders, specially graded silica sand, synthetic resins and special admixtures developed in MAPEI’s own
When mixed with water, Ultratop becomes a self-levelling compound which is easy to apply either by hand or pump in thickness from 5 to 40 mm.
After setting, which takes place in only a few hours, Ultratop has a high level of compressive and flexural strength, bonds perfectly to the substrate and thanks to its special composition, dries quickly so that any further finishing coat may be applied after a very short time.
Ultratop is classified as CT - C40 - F10 - A9 - A2fl-s1 according to EN 13813:2002 Standards. CT refers to a cementitious-based product, C40 and F10 refer to the compressive strength and flexural strength, respectively, after 28 days, A9 is the Böhme abrasion-resistance coefficient and A2fl-s1 is the fire-reaction class.
Around 3 days after application, Ultratop may be dry-polished using diamond grinding disks to get a shiny, reflective
finish similar to natural stone. Ultratop may also be used to make flooring with a “Terrazzo alla Veneziana” effect, in which the dry grinding process
brings out the characteristics of the aggregates (colour, shape and size) to create flooring with an exclusive, original finish which is quick and easy to install.