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Fiberplan is used for interior levelling, smoothing and removing differences in thickness from 3 to 10 mm on properly fixed timber substrates and wooden boards, where good resistance to loads and traffic is required. Fiberplan is suitable for wheeled chair traffic and for underfloor heating systems.

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Ultra-fast hardening self-levelling fibre reinforced smoothing compound

Fiberplan is used for interior levelling, smoothing and removing differences in thickness from 3 to 10 mm on properly fixed timber substrates and wooden boards, where good resistance to loads and traffic is required. Fiberplan is suitable for wheeled chair traffic and for underfloor heating systems.

Fiberplan can only be used internally.

Some application examples
• Smoothing old and new timber floors, floor boards, chip-board panels, plywood, parquet.
• Smoothing cementitious, terrazzo, old ceramic tiles, and natural stone substrates.

TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS
Fiberplan is a grey coloured powder consisting of special cements with rapid setting and hydration, synthetic fibres, graded silica sand, resins and special additives prepared according to a formula developed in the Mapei research laboratories.

Fiberplan, when mixed with water, produces a very smooth easily workable paste, perfectly self-levelling, with high adhesion to the substrate and extremely rapid drying.

Fiberplan can be spread in thicknesses from 3 mm to 10 mm per coat without shrinkage, cracking and crazing, and develops very high compressive and flexural strength, as well as resistance to indentation and abrasion.

It is possible to proceed with the installation of floorings approximately 24 hours after spreading Fiberplan, depending on the ambient temperature and humidity, regardless of the thickness.

RECOMMENDATIONS
• Do not add more water to the mix that has already begun to set.
• Do not add lime, cement or gypsum to the mix.
• Do not use for exterior levelling work.
• Do not use on substrates that are subject to continuous rising damp.
• Do not apply another coat of Fiberplan after the previous one has completely dried: in this case first apply a primer based on Primer G (1 part Primer G to 3 parts water).
• Do not use on metal surfaces.
• Do not use Fiberplan in temperatures below +5°C.

APPLICATION PROCEDURE
Preparing the substrate Supports must be dry, sound, free of dust and loose parts, paint, wax, oil, rust and traces of gypsum.

Timber substrates must be perfectly clean and solidly fixed to the supports.

The moisture in wood substrates must be at a level which is typical for equilibrium with the ambient conditions.

Where the floor is formed by wooden boards with open joints, they must be sealed with Nivorapid + Latex Plus before the application of Fiberplan.

Having sanded the substrate and removed the dust, prime the wood substrate with Mapeprim SP or Eco Prim R.

Cementitious surfaces that are not sufficiently solid must be removed or, where possible, consolidated with Prosfas, Primer EP or Primer MF.

Cracks and crazings in substrates must be repaired with Eporip. Dusty or very porous concrete surfaces must be treated with a coat of Primer G (1 part Primer G with 3 parts water) or with Livigum (1 part Livigum with 5 parts water), in order to fix the dust and to provide uniform absorption of the substrate.

Anhydrite screeds can be levelled with Fiberplan (only after a prior coat of Primer G, Primer EP or Mapeprim SP).

On ceramic or natural stone surfaces first apply a coat of Mapeprim SP after the surface has been cleaned with detergents and mechanically abraded. Level before Mapeprim SP has completely dried (indents must still be possible to make).

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