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Light-coloured adhesive in
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low emission of volatile
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for conductive flooring

WHERE TO USE inflammable with very low emission of volatile


Bonding of conductive and static-dissipative vinyl, organic compounds (EMICODE EC1 Plus). It can
rubber and textile floor coverings in interiors. therefore be stored with no special precautions.

Some application examples Ultrabond Eco V4 SP Conductive has high early


Use Ultrabond Eco V4 SP Conductive for bonding: grab and after a waiting time that varies from 0 to
10 minutes (at +23°C) is ready for installing any type
• conductive vinyl or static-dissipative flooring in of rubber or PVC flooring, as long as the substrate is
all areas where discharges of static electricity absorbent. The maximum open time is approximately
could cause explosions or disturb electrical and 15 minutes at +23°C.
electronic equipment, e.g. surgical rooms, chemical
laboratories and factories, areas containing electronic When dry, after about 24 to 48 hours, the
instruments, data processing centres, etc.; Ultrabond Eco V4 SP Conductive film is flexible
and bonds strongly with good cohesion.
• conductive or static-dissipative rubber floors;
RECOMMENDATIONS
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 o install conductive flooring which does not allow
• conductive needlepunch and carpet flooring
vapour transmission on non-absorbent surfaces
use Adesilex G19 Conductive.
ON
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 o not use at temperatures below +15°C or above
all absorbent and moisture-stable substrates +35°C (follow the floor covering manufacturer’s
normally used in building. installation instructions).

TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS •D
 o not use on substrates subject to rising damp.
Ultrabond Eco V4 SP Conductive is a synthetic
resin-based adhesive in water dispersion with special APPLICATION PROCEDURE
fibres that ensure electrical conductivity, formulated Preparation of the substrate
in an easily trowelable light grey paste. Substrates must be uniformly dry, absorbent, level,
sound, mechanically strong, free of dust, loose
Ultrabond Eco V4 SP Conductive is not particles, paints, wax, oil, rust, traces of gypsum
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Consistency: creamy paste

Colour: light grey

Density (g/cm³): 1.05

pH: 7.5

Dry solids content (%): 70

Brookfield viscosity (mPa·s): 300.000


(Helipat E - 5 rpm)

– EMICODE: EC1 Plus - very low emission


– Blauer Engel: DE-UZ 113
For further information refer to the Safety Data Sheet

Spreading Ultrabond APPLICATION DATA (at +23°C - 50% R.H.)


Eco V4 SP Conductive

Application temperature range: from +15°C to +35°C

Waiting time: from 0 to 10 minutes

Open time: 15 minutes

Set to light foot traffic: after 3 to 5 hours

Ready for use: after approx. 24 to 48 hours

or other products that can interfere with are acclimatised to the recommended
bonding, and be free of cracks. temperature.
Check moisture content throughout the Several hours before installation the
entire thickness of the substrate with a floor covering should be removed from
carbide or electric hygrometer, keeping in its wrapping and unrolled, or at least
Laying conductive PVC mind that the latter gives only approximate loosened, to acclimatise it and reduce the
tiles with Ultrabond values. tensions caused by the packaging.
Eco V4 SP Conductive
The moisture content must be the one
foreseen by the regulations of each Equipotential earth contact
country. Equipotential earth contact (earthing)
It is essential to make sure there is no should be done in compliance with
rising damp present. Unbonded screeds regulations (CEI, DIN, AMSO, NFPA,
laid over lightweight concrete or over ANSI, etc.). Spread Ultrabond Eco V4 SP
insulation and screeds laid directly onto Conductive to bond the copper strips
earth must be separated by a vapour (0.08 to 0.10 mm thick and 10 to 25 mm
barrier to prevent rising damp. wide) of the conductive grid to the
To repair cracks in the substrate, substrate. Test the conductivity of the grid
consolidate and waterproof screeds, form before installing the flooring.
new fast-drying screeds and level uneven
substrates, please refer to the relevant Spreading the adhesive
technical documentation or contact the Stir Ultrabond Eco V4 SP Conductive
MAPEI Technical Services Department. in the bucket thoroughly, in order to
achieve a homogeneus distribution of
Acclimatising the conductive fibres. Then apply it on
Before installing, make sure that the the substrate evenly with a suitable
flooring, the adhesive and the substrate notched trowel MAPEI No. 2 or Pajarito
779E/21/151 in sufficient quantity as to wet Keep out of the reach of children. Ensure
the back of the flooring completely. good ventilation during and after use and
Waiting time varies from 0 to 10 minutes drying. Do not eat, drink or smoke when
at approx. +23°C, depending on the using this product. In case of contact
absorbency of the substrate and with skin or eyes, rinse immediately with
environmental temperature and humidity. plenty of water. Do not allow product
to reach sewage system, water course
Installing the floor covering or soil. Clean tools with soap and water
Follow the manufacturer’s installation immediately after use. Give only empty
instructions. containers to recycling. Dried product
After the waiting time has elapsed, the residues may be disposed of as domestic
flooring must be installed within the waste. Product contains: BIT and CIT/MIT
open time of the adhesive, i.e. maximum (3:1). For information for allergic people
15 minutes, depending on the type of or the Technical Data Sheet, please call:
substrate and ambient temperature and +39/02/37673.1.
humidity. The product contains:
Press the surface of flooring immediately water, fillers, binders, preservatives
with a wooden trowel (or similar) or roller (Vdl-RL 01/June 2018).
from the centre toward the edges in order
to ensure total transfer of the adhesive and PRODUCT FOR PROFESSIONAL USE.
eliminate air bubbles.
Deformed flooring may need further WARNING
pressing. Although the technical details and
recommendations contained in this
READY FOR USE product data sheet correspond to the best
of our knowledge and experience, all the
The floor is set to light foot traffic in several
above information must, in every case,
hours, depending on the temperature,
be taken as merely indicative and subject
the absorbency of the substrate, and the
to confirmation after long-term practical
porosity of the flooring. Complete setting
application; for this reason, anyone who
occurs after approx. 24 to 48 hours.
intends to use the product must ensure
beforehand that it is suitable for the
Cleaning
envisaged application. In every case, the
While still wet, Ultrabond Eco V4 SP
user alone is fully responsible for any
Conductive can be removed from flooring, consequences deriving from the use
tools, hands and clothing with water. Once of the product.
dry it can be removed with alcohol or with
Pulicol 2000. Please refer to the current version of the
Technical Data Sheet, available from our
CONSUMPTION website www.mapei.com
Consumption varies according to the
uniformity of the substrate and the back of LEGAL NOTICE
the floor covering: approx. 0.3 to 0.4 kg/m². The contents of this Technical Data
Sheet (“TDS”) may be copied into
PACKAGING another project-related document,
Ultrabond Eco V4 SP Conductive is but the resulting document shall not
available in 16 kg buckets. supplement or replace requirements
per the TDS in force at the time of the
STORAGE MAPEI product installation.
Protect from frost during transit and The most up-to-date TDS can
storage. be downloaded from our website
Avoid prolonged exposure to temperatures www.mapei.com.
below 0°C. ANY ALTERATION TO THE WORDING
Under normal conditions Ultrabond Eco OR REQUIREMENTS CONTAINED OR
V4 SP Conductive is stable for at least DERIVED FROM THIS TDS EXCLUDES
12 months in its original sealed packaging. THE RESPONSIBILITY OF MAPEI.

SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS FOR


This symbol is used to identify Mapei products
PREPARATION AND APPLICATION which give off a low level of volatile organic
Ultrabond Eco V4 SP Conductive compounds (VOC) as certified by GEV (Gemein-
schaft Emissionskontrollierte Verlegewerkstoffe,
is not hazardous according to the Klebstoffe und Bauprodukte e.V.), an international
organisation for controlling the level of emissions
regulations on the classification of from products used for floors.

mixtures. It is recommended to take the


usual precautions for handling chemical All relevant references
products. for the product are available
For further and complete information about upon request and from
the safe use of our product please refer to www.mapei.com
the latest version of our Safety Data Sheet.
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Safety Data Sheet
ULTRABOND ECO V4 SP CONDUCTIVE
Safety Data Sheet dated: 02/03/2020 - version 3

SECTION 1: Identification of the substance/mixture and of the company/undertaking


1.1. Product identifier
Mixture identification:
Trade name: ULTRABOND ECO V4 SP CONDUCTIVE
Trade code: 9006661
1.2. Relevant identified uses of the substance or mixture and uses advised against
Recommended use: Water-borne synthetic polymer based adhesive
Uses advised against: Data not available
1.3. Details of the supplier of the safety data sheet
Company: MAPEI S.p.A. - Via Cafiero, 22 - 20158 Milano
Tel: +39-02-376731
Fax: +39-02-37673.214
Responsable: sicurezza@mapei.it
1.4. Emergency telephone number
Poison Centre - Ospedale di Niguarda - Milan - Tel. +39/02/66101029
MAPEI S.p.A. - Tel. +(39)02376731 - (office hours)

SECTION 2: Hazards identification


2.1. Classification of the substance or mixture

Regulation (EC) n. 1272/2008 (CLP)


0 The product is not classified as hazardous according to Regulation EC 1272/2008 (CLP).
Adverse physicochemical, human health and environmental effects:
No other hazards
2.2. Label elements

The product is not classified as hazardous according to Regulation EC 1272/2008 (CLP).

Special Provisions:
EUH208 Contains reaction mass of: 5-chloro-2-methyl-4-isothiazolin-3-one [EC no. 247-500-7] and 2-methyl-2H -
isothiazol-3-one [EC no. 220-239-6] (3:1). May produce an allergic reaction.

Special provisions according to Annex XVII of REACH and subsequent amendments:


None
2.3. Other hazards

No PBT/vPvB Ingredients are present


Other Hazards: No other hazards
This product contains crystalline silica (quartz sand). IARC has classified crystalline silica as a Group 1 carcinogen. Both IARC and
NTP consider silica as a known human carcinogen. Evidence is based on the chronic and long-term exposure workers have had to
respirable sized crystalline silica dust particles. Because this product is in liquid or paste form, it does not pose a dust hazard;
therefore, this classification is not relevant. (Note: sanding of the hardened product may create a silica dust hazard)

SECTION 3: Composition/information on ingredients


3.1. Substances
N.A.
3.2. Mixtures
Mixture identification: ULTRABOND ECO V4 SP CONDUCTIVE

Hazardous components within the meaning of the CLP regulation and related classification:
Quantity Name Ident. Numb. Classification Registration Number
≥10 - <20 free crystalline silica (Ø >10 µ) CAS:14808-60-7
% EC:238-878-4

≥1 - <2.5 free crystalline silica (Ø <10 µ) CAS:14808-60-7 STOT RE 1, H372


% EC:238-878-4

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<0.0015 % reaction mass of: 5-chloro-2- CAS:55965-84-9 Aquatic Acute 1, H400; Aquatic
methyl-4-isothiazolin-3-one [EC EC:611-341-5 Chronic 1, H410; Acute Tox. 3,
no. 247-500-7] and 2-methyl-2H - Index:613-167- H301; Skin Corr. 1C, H314; Skin
isothiazol-3-one [EC no. 220-239- 00-5 Sens. 1A, H317; Acute Tox. 2,
6] (3:1) H310; Acute Tox. 2, H330; Eye
Dam. 1, H318, M-Chronic:100, M-
Acute:100

SECTION 4: First aid measures


4.1. Description of first aid measures
In case of skin contact:
Wash with plenty of water and soap.
In case of eyes contact:
Wash immediately with water.
In case of Ingestion:
Do not induce vomiting, get medical attention showing the SDS and the hazard label.
In case of Inhalation:
Remove casualty to fresh air and keep warm and at rest.
4.2. Most important symptoms and effects, both acute and delayed
N.A.
4.3. Indication of any immediate medical attention and special treatment needed
Treatment: N.A.
(see paragraph 4.1)

SECTION 5: Firefighting measures


5.1. Extinguishing media
Suitable extinguishing media:
Water.
Carbon dioxide (CO2).
Extinguishing media which must not be used for safety reasons:
None in particular.
5.2. Special hazards arising from the substance or mixture
Do not inhale explosion and combustion gases.
5.3. Advice for firefighters
Use suitable breathing apparatus.

SECTION 6: Accidental release measures


6.1. Personal precautions, protective equipment and emergency procedures
Wear personal protection equipment.
Remove persons to safety.
6.2. Environmental precautions
Do not allow to enter into soil/subsoil. Do not allow to enter into surface water or drains.
Limit leakages with earth or sand.
6.3. Methods and material for containment and cleaning up
Suitable material for taking up: absorbing material, organic, sand
Retain contaminated washing water and dispose it.
6.4. Reference to other sections
See also section 8 and 13

SECTION 7: Handling and storage


7.1. Precautions for safe handling
Avoid contact with skin and eyes, inhalation of vapours and mists.
Do not eat or drink while working.
See also section 8 for recommended protective equipment.
7.2. Conditions for safe storage, including any incompatibilities
Keep away from food, drink and feed.
Incompatible materials:
None in particular.
Instructions as regards storage premises:
Adequately ventilated premises.
7.3. Specific end use(s)
Recommendation(s)
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Recommendation(s)
None in particular
Industrial sector specific solutions:
None in particular

SECTION 8: Exposure controls/personal protection


8.1. Control parameters

List of components with OEL value


Component OEL Country Ceiling Long Term Long Term Short Short Behaviour Note
Type mg/m3 ppm Term Term ppm
mg/m3
free crystalline silica (Ø NDS POLAND 0,300 frakcja
>10 µ) respirabilna

National DENMARK 0,3 DENMARK,


inhalable
aerosol
inhalable
aerosol

National DENMARK 0,100 DENMARK,


respirable
aerosol
respirable
aerosol

SUVA GERMANY 0,150 50 µg/m³


(Partikel
Durchmesser
< 12 µm ) -
TRGS 906

National SWITZERLAN 0,15 A


D

ACGIH NNN 0,025 (R), A2 -


Pulm fibrosis,
lung cancer

National NORWAY 0,300 K7


free crystalline silica (Ø National SWEDEN 0,100 SWEDEN,
<10 µ) respirable
aerosol

National NORWAY 0,100 K7


NDS POLAND 2,000 frakcja
wdychalna

NDS POLAND 0,300 frakcja


respirabilna

National DENMARK 0,3 0,600 DENMARK,


inhalable
aerosol
inhalable
aerosol

National DENMARK 0,100 0,200 DENMARK,


respirable
aerosol
respirable
aerosol

ACGIH NNN 0,025 (R), A2 -


Pulm fibrosis,
lung cancer

EU NNN 0,025 A2 (R) - Pulm


fibrosis, lung
cancer

National AUSTRIA 0,150 A*


8.2. Exposure controls
Eye protection:
Not needed for normal use. Anyway, operate according good working practices.
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Not needed for normal use. Anyway, operate according good working practices.
Protection for skin:
No special precaution must be adopted for normal use.
Protection for hands:
Suitable materials for safety gloves; EN 374:
Polychloroprene - CR: thickness >=0,5mm; breakthrough time >=480min.
Nitrile rubber - NBR: thickness >=0,35mm; breakthrough time >=480min.
Butyl rubber - IIR: thickness >=0,5mm; breakthrough time >=480min.
Fluorinated rubber - FKM: thickness >=0,4mm; breakthrough time >=480min.
Respiratory protection:
Personal Protective Equipment should comply with relevant CE standards (as EN 374 for gloves and EN 166 for goggles), correctly
maintained and stored. Consult the supplier to check the suitability of equipment against specific chemicals and for user
information.
Hygienic and Technical measures
N.A.
Appropriate engineering controls:
N.A.

SECTION 9: Physical and chemical properties


9.1. Information on basic physical and chemical properties
Physical state: Liquid
Appearance and colour: paste grey
Odour: characteristic
Odour threshold: N.A.
pH: 7.50
Melting point / freezing point: N.A.
Initial boiling point and boiling range: 100 °C (212 °F)
Flash point: N.A.
Evaporation rate: N.A.
Upper/lower flammability or explosive limits: N.A.
Vapour density: N.A.
Vapour pressure: N.A.
Relative density: 1.13 g/cm3
Solubility in water: Dispersible
Partition coefficient (n-octanol/water): N.A. - This product is a mixture
Auto-ignition temperature: N.A. - No explosive or spontaneous ignition in contact with air at room temperature
Decomposition temperature: N.A.
Viscosity: 440,000.00 cPs
Explosive properties: == - No components with explosive properties
Oxidizing properties: N.A. - No component with oxidizing properties
Solid/gas flammability: N.A.
9.2. Other information
No additional information

SECTION 10: Stability and reactivity


10.1. Reactivity
Stable under normal conditions
10.2. Chemical stability
Stable under normal conditions
10.3. Possibility of hazardous reactions
None.
10.4. Conditions to avoid
Stable under normal conditions.
10.5. Incompatible materials
None in particular.
10.6. Hazardous decomposition products
None.

SECTION 11: Toxicological information


11.1. Information on toxicological effects

Toxicological information of the mixture:

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There is no toxicological data available on the mixture. Consider the individual concentration of
each component to assess toxicological effects resulting from exposure to the mixture.

Toxicological information on main components of the mixture:


free crystalline silica (Ø a) acute toxicity LD50 Oral > 2000 mg/kg
>10 µ)

LD50 Skin > 2000 mg/kg

free crystalline silica (Ø a) acute toxicity LD50 Oral Rat = 500 mg/kg
<10 µ)

reaction mass of: 5- a) acute toxicity LD50 Oral Rat = 457 mg/kg
chloro-2-methyl-4-
isothiazolin-3-one [EC no.
247-500-7] and 2-
methyl-2H -isothiazol-3-
one [EC no. 220-239-6]
(3:1)

LC50 Inhalation Rat = 2,36 mg/l 4h


LD50 Skin Rabbit = 660 mg/kg
LD50 Oral Rat = 53 mg/kg

If not differently specified, the information required in Regulation (EU)2015/830 listed below must be considered as
N.A.
a) acute toxicity
b) skin corrosion/irritation
c) serious eye damage/irritation
d) respiratory or skin sensitisation
e) germ cell mutagenicity
f) carcinogenicity
g) reproductive toxicity
h) STOT-single exposure
k) Toxicological kinetics,
metabolism and distribution
information

i) STOT-repeated exposure
j) aspiration hazard

SECTION 12: Ecological information


12.1. Toxicity
Adopt good working practices, so that the product is not released into the environment.
Eco-Toxicological Information:

List of components with eco-toxicological properties


Component Ident. Numb. Ecotox Infos
reaction mass of: 5-chloro-2- CAS: 55965-84- a) Aquatic acute toxicity : EC50 Daphnia = 0,12 mg/L 48
methyl-4-isothiazolin-3-one [EC 9 - EINECS:
no. 247-500-7] and 2-methyl-2H - 611-341-5 -
isothiazol-3-one [EC no. 220-239- INDEX: 613-
6] (3:1) 167-00-5

a) Aquatic acute toxicity : LC50 Fish = 0,22 mg/L 96


a) Aquatic acute toxicity : EC50 Algae = 0,048 mg/L 72
b) Aquatic chronic toxicity : NOEC Algae = 0,0012 mg/L 72
b) Aquatic chronic toxicity : NOEC Fish = 0,098 mg/L - 28 d
b) Aquatic chronic toxicity : NOEC Daphnia = 0,004 mg/L - 21 d
12.2. Persistence and degradability

N.A.
12.3. Bioaccumulative potential

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N.A.
12.4. Mobility in soil

N.A.
12.5. Results of PBT and vPvB assessment

No PBT/vPvB Ingredients are present


12.6. Other adverse effects
N.A.

SECTION 13: Disposal considerations


13.1. Waste treatment methods
Recover if possible. In so doing, comply with the local and national regulations currently in force.
A waste code according to European waste catalogue (EWC) cannot be specified, due to dependence on the usage. Contact an authorized
waste disposal service.
Product:
Do not dispose of waste into sewers.
Do not contaminate ponds, waterways or ditches with chemical or used container.
Send to an authorized waste disposal service.
Contaminated packaging:
Empty remaining content.
Dispose of as unused product.
Do not re-use empty containers.

SECTION 14: Transport information


Not classified as dangerous in the meaning of transport regulations.
14.1. UN number
N.A.
14.2. UN proper shipping name
N.A.
14.3. Transport hazard class(es)
N.A.
14.4. Packing group
N.A.
14.5. Environmental hazards
N.A.
14.6. Special precautions for user
N.A.
Road and Rail (ADR-RID):
N.A.
ADR-Hazard identification number: NA
Air (IATA):
N.A.
Sea (IMDG):
N.A.
14.7. Transport in bulk according to Annex II of Marpol and the IBC Code
N.A.

SECTION 15: Regulatory information


15.1. Safety, health and environmental regulations/legislation specific for the substance or mixture
VOC (2004/42/EC) : N.A. g/l
Dir. 98/24/EC (Risks related to chemical agents at work)
Dir. 2000/39/EC (Occupational exposure limit values)
Regulation (EC) n. 1907/2006 (REACH)
Regulation (EU) 2015/830
Regulation (EC) n. 1272/2008 (CLP)
Regulation (EC) n. 790/2009 (ATP 1 CLP) and (EU) n. 758/2013
Regulation (EU) n. 286/2011 (ATP 2 CLP)
Regulation (EU) n. 618/2012 (ATP 3 CLP)
Regulation (EU) n. 487/2013 (ATP 4 CLP)
Regulation (EU) n. 944/2013 (ATP 5 CLP)
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Regulation (EU) n. 944/2013 (ATP 5 CLP)
Regulation (EU) n. 605/2014 (ATP 6 CLP)
Regulation (EU) n. 2015/1221 (ATP 7 CLP)
Regulation (EU) n. 2016/918 (ATP 8 CLP)
Regulation (EU) n. 2016/1179 (ATP 9 CLP)
Regulation (EU) n. 2017/776 (ATP 10 CLP)
Provisions related to directive EU 2012/18 (Seveso III):

N.A.
German Water Hazard Class
1
Restrictions related to the product or the substances contained according to Annex XVII Regulation (EC) 1907/2006 (REACH)
and subsequent modifications:
Restrictions related to the product: 3
Restrictions related to the substances contained: None
SVHC Substances:
No Data Available
MAL-kode: 00-3 (1993)
15.2. Chemical safety assessment
No Chemical Safety Assessment has been carried out for the mixture.

SECTION 16: Other information

Code Description
H372 Causes damage to organs through prolonged or repeated exposure .

Code Hazard class and hazard category Description


3.9/1 STOT RE 1 Specific target organ toxicity — repeated exposure, Category 1
This document was prepared by a competent person who has received appropriate training.
Main bibliographic sources:
ECDIN - Environmental Chemicals Data and Information Network - Joint Research Centre, Commission of the European
Communities
SAX's DANGEROUS PROPERTIES OF INDUSTRIAL MATERIALS - Eight Edition - Van Nostrand Reinold
The information contained herein is based on our state of knowledge at the above-specified date. It refers solely to the product indicated and
constitutes no guarantee of particular quality.
It is the duty of the user to ensure that this information is appropriate and complete with respect to the specific use intended.
This SDS cancels and replaces any preceding release.
Legend to abbreviations and acronyms used in the safety data sheet:
ACGIH: American Conference of Governmental Industrial Hygienists
ADR: European Agreement concerning the International Carriage of Dangerous Goods by Road.
AND: European Agreement concerning the International Carriage of Dangerous Goods by Inland Waterways
ATE: Acute Toxicity Estimate
ATEmix: Acute toxicity Estimate (Mixtures)
BCF: Biological Concentration Factor
BEI: Biological Exposure Index
BOD: Biochemical Oxygen Demand
CAS: Chemical Abstracts Service (division of the American Chemical Society).
CAV: Poison Center
CE: European Community
CLP: Classification, Labeling, Packaging.
CMR: Carcinogenic, Mutagenic and Reprotoxic
COD: Chemical Oxygen Demand
COV: Volatile Organic Compound
CSA: Chemical Safety Assessment
CSR: Chemical Safety Report
DMEL: Derived Minimal Effect Level
DNEL: Derived No Effect Level.
DPD: Dangerous Preparations Directive
DSD: Dangerous Substances Directive
EC50: Half Maximal Effective Concentration
ECHA: European Chemicals Agency
EINECS: European Inventory of Existing Commercial Chemical Substances.
ES: Exposure Scenario
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ES: Exposure Scenario
GefStoffVO: Ordinance on Hazardous Substances, Germany.
GHS: Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals.
IARC: International Agency for Research on Cancer
IATA: International Air Transport Association.
IATA-DGR: Dangerous Goods Regulation by the "International Air Transport Association" (IATA).
IC50: half maximal inhibitory concentration
ICAO: International Civil Aviation Organization.
ICAO-TI: Technical Instructions by the "International Civil Aviation Organization" (ICAO).
IMDG: International Maritime Code for Dangerous Goods.
INCI: International Nomenclature of Cosmetic Ingredients.
IRCCS: Scientific Institute for Research, Hospitalization and Health Care
KSt: Explosion coefficient.
LC50: Lethal concentration, for 50 percent of test population.
LD50: Lethal dose, for 50 percent of test population.
LDLo: Leathal Dose Low
N.A.: Not Applicable
N/A: Not Applicable
N/D: Not defined/ Not available
NA: Not available
NIOSH: National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health
NOAEL: No Observed Adverse Effect Level
OSHA: Occupational Safety and Health Administration.
PBT: Persistent, Bioaccumulative and Toxic
PGK: Packaging Instruction
PNEC: Predicted No Effect Concentration.
PSG: Passengers
RID: Regulation Concerning the International Transport of Dangerous Goods by Rail.
STEL: Short Term Exposure limit.
STOT: Specific Target Organ Toxicity.
TLV: Threshold Limiting Value.
TWATLV: Threshold Limit Value for the Time Weighted Average 8 hour day. (ACGIH Standard).
vPvB: Very Persistent, Very Bioaccumulative.
WGK: German Water Hazard Class.
Paragraphs modified from the previous revision:
- 2. HAZARDS IDENTIFICATION
- 3. COMPOSITION/INFORMATION ON INGREDIENTS
- 8. EXPOSURE CONTROLS/PERSONAL PROTECTION
- 11. TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION
- 12. ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION
- 15. REGULATORY INFORMATION

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Adesivo in dispersione acquosa di colore chiaro
per la posa di pavimenti conduttivi, a bassissima
emissione di sostanze organiche volatili (VOC).
Light-coloured adhesive in water
dispersion with very low emission of
volatile organic compounds (VOC)
for conductive flooring.

Prodotto - Product
EPD Environmental Product Declaration √
VOC Volatile Organic Compounds √ EC1 PLUS
RECYCLED CONTENT

Edificio - Building
LEED v4.1
MR Building Product Disclosure and
Optimization – EPD

EQ Low-Emitting Materials √

solo per l’Italia - only for Italy

CAM – CRITERI AMBIENTALI MINIMI


2.1.1 Sistema di gestione ambientale √
2.3.5.5 Emissioni dei materiali √
2.4.1.2 Contenuto di materiale riciclato
2.4.1.3 Assenza di sostanze pericolose √

Questo P.A.S.S. è stato realizzato su This P.A.S.S. was printed on Apple Paper,
Cartamela, carta ricavata dai residui di a variety of paper obtained from waste
lavorazione industriale delle mele. material from industrial apple processing.
Licence Number: 3744/01.10.05

For the product Ultrabond Eco V4 SP Conductive


Of company Mapei

Due to application date July 2, 2012

With reference to the classification in accordance with the directives as stipulated


in § 10 of the GEV trademark constitution

on behalf of the GEV for the above mentioned product as per § 5, section 4 of the
GEV trademark constitution is awarded the licence for the use of the GEV
trademark

This product meets with the guidelines for the criteria of use listed reverse.
The company is ordinary member of the GEV.

OM 035 August 1, 2017


valid until August 1, 2022
Requirement guidelines for the awarding of the EMICODE licence
The flooring installation material mentioned in the front side licence has to meet with the following criteria
in accordance with the constitution and guidelines of the Technical Advisory Board of the GEV and
others:
• The product meets all the legal requirements, especially the chemical law and its specifications.
• The product is solvent free due to occupational health. Only in case of a wood flooring coating it
might contain low content of solvents.
• A safety data sheet (MSDS) according to local law in its respectively valid version is to be
established for the product.
• Carcinogenic, mutagenic, reprotoxic substances as well as those substances under suspicion to
cause such defects are not permitted to be used in the manufacturing of this product.
• The testing of the product is in accordance with the defined GEV test method. Afterwards the
definition of VOC is conducted in a test chamber by using the Tenax thermodesorption procedures
with GC/MS analysis.
• The classification into the EMICODE classes is performed according to the following listed and
described criteria and TVOC concentration groups. For product labelling the matching EMICODE
class is to be used.

EMICODE
GEV product matrix EC 1
PLUS
EC 1 EC 2
TVOC/TSVOC28d in µg/m³
1. Liquid products
1.1 Primers (floor and wall)
1.2 Ready to use thin fixations and adhesives
1.3 Damp proof primers or barrier primers
1.4 Liquid sealants, pasty surface sealants
2. Mineral products
2.1 Cement and calcium sulphate based levelling compounds
2.2 Cement based and other mineral tile mortars and joint fillers
2.3 Waterproofing slurries
2.4 Screeds and screed binding materials
3. Pasty products with high content of organic binder After 3 days After 3 days After 3 days
3.1 Pasty adhesives for floor coverings and parquet, ready-to-use
adhesive for ceramic tiles, other adhesives < 750 TVOC; < 1000 TVOC; < 3000 TVOC;
3.2 Pasty fixations for floor coverings
after 28 days after 28 days after 28 days
3.3 Levelling compounds (based on dispersion or reactive resin)
3.4 Powder based adhesives with high content of organic binder < 60 TVOC / < 100 TVOC / < 300 TVOC /
4. Ready to use products which do not require chemical
curing or physical drying < 40 TSVOC < 50 TSVOC < 100 TSVOC
4.1 Underlays
4.2 Insulating underlays
4.3 Self-adhesive tapes and underlays
4.4 Installation boards, decoupling/insulation boards, wall panels
5. Joint sealants, joint insulations, joint sealing tapes
5.1 Joint sealants (based on dispersion or reactive resins), repair
fillers
5.2 Joint insulations, expanding foams
5.3 Pre-compressed or foam plastic joint sealing tapes
5.4 Sealing membranes, tapes, sleeves for small surfaces
5.5 Sealing membranes for large surfaces
6. Surface coating for wood floorings < 100 < 150 < 450
6.1 Waterborne wood floor coatings Σ TVVOC, Σ TVVOC, Σ TVVOC,
TVOC, TSVOC TVOC, TSVOC TVOC, TSVOC
6.2 Water-based joint filler for parquet thereof max. thereof max. thereof max.
40 SVOC 50 SVOC 100 SVOC
Edition: April 3, 2014 * TVOC = Total Volatile Organic Compounds
Ultrabond Eco V4SP Conductive
Model EPD
“Dispersion-based products, Class A”
(Declaration number EPD-FEI-20160084-IBG1-EN)
DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
FOR PRODUCTS WITH MODEL EPDS
FEICA (Association of the European Adhesive & Sealant Industry) has developed
so‐called Model Environmental Product Declarations (Model EPDs) and had them
independently verified by the Institute Construction and Environment (IBU).
These IBU verified Model EPDs have been made publicly available by FEICA and
IBU. The Model EPDs represent the current production technology in Europe.
Mapei S.p.A. as a member of AVISA (Associazione nazionale vernici, inchiostri e
adesivi), which is a national association member of FEICA, has the right to declare
that a specific FEICA Model EPD applies to the named product listed below.
The compliance of our products to the Model EPDs is checked on the base of our
formulations, by using an IBU-approved guideline procedure.

Mapei declares that the product

Ultrabond Eco V4SP Conductive


meets the criteria of the attached Model EPD
“Dispersion-based products, Class A”
(Declaration number EPD-FEI-20160084-IBG1-EN)

The Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) data and the remaining


content of the attached Model EPD apply to the above
mentioned product and may thus be used whenever they are
required for the evaluation of the sustainability of buildings
where Ultrabond Eco V4SP Conductive is applied.

Mapei S.p.A.

Giorgio Squinzi
Amministratore Unico
ENVIRONMENTAL PRODUCT DECLARATION
as per ISO 14025 and EN 15804

Owner of the Declaration FEICA - Association of the European Adhesive and Sealant Industry
Programme holder Institut Bauen und Umwelt e.V. (IBU)
Publisher Institut Bauen und Umwelt e.V. (IBU)
Declaration number EPD-FEI-20160084-IBG1-EN
ECO EPD Ref. No. ECO-00000401
Issue date 29/08/2016
Valid to 28/08/2021

Dispersion-based products,
Class A
FEICA - Association of the European
Adhesive and Sealant Industry

www.bau-umwelt.com / https://epd-online.com

Umwelt Produktdeklaration Name des Herstellers – Name des Produkts


1. General Information

FEICA - Association of the European Dispersion-based products,


Adhesive and Sealant Industry Class A
Programme holder Owner of the Declaration
IBU - Institut Bauen und Umwelt e.V. FEICA - Association of the European Adhesive and
Panoramastr. 1 Sealant Industry
10178 Berlin Avenue E. van Nieuwenhuyse 4
Germany 1160 Brussels
Belgium

Declaration number Declared product / Declared unit


EPD-FEI-20160084-IBG1-EN 1 kg with a density 1,000 - 1,500 kg/m³
This Declaration is based on the Product Scope:
Category Rules: This validated Declaration entitles the holder to bear
Coatings with organic binders, 07.2014 the symbol of the Institut Bauen und Umwelt e.V. It
(PCR tested and approved by the SVR) exclusively applies for products produced in Europe
and for a period of five years from the date of issue.
Issue date This EPD may be used by FEICA members and their
members provided it has been proven that the
29/08/2016
respective product can be represented by this EPD.
For this purpose a guideline is available at the FEICA
Valid to secretariat. The members of FEICA are listed on its
28/08/2021 website. The owner of the declaration shall be liable for
the underlying information and evidence; the IBU shall
not be liable with respect to manufacturer information,
life cycle assessment data and evidences.
Verification
The CEN Norm /EN 15804/ serves as the core PCR
Independent verification of the declaration
according to /ISO 14025/
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Horst J. Bossenmayer internally x externally
(President of Institut Bauen und Umwelt e.V.)

Dr. Burkhart Lehmann Mr Olivier Muller


(Managing Director IBU) (Independent verifier appointed by SVR)

2. Product
2.1 Product description flooring
Dispersion-based products comprise organic binding Adhesives for, e.g.
agents based on synthetic and/or natural resins, - tufted carpets with various backing
mineral fillers such as chalk as well as water and - woven textile coverings, fibre-bonded and natural-
smaller volumes of auxiliaries (thickening agents, fibre coverings
defoaming agents, surface-active agents, - resilient coverings (PVC, rubber)
preservatives etc.). They dry physically through - linoleum
evaporation of the water contained therein. - insulating bases and underlays
They comply with manifold, often specific, tasks in the - parquet, laminate and wood blocks
construction, furnishing and repair of buildings. Using on surfaces ready for laying. The products are suitable
dispersion-based products decisively improves the for normal wear in residential and commercial areas,
fitness for use of structures and extends their life also on heated floor constructions.
expectancy. Module 2: Dispersion-based tile adhesive
The product displaying the highest environmental Products for bonding ceramic tiles and paving as well
impacts within the class of dispersion-based products as natural stone for internal and external installations
considered was used as a representative product for on walls, floors and ceilings
calculating the Life Cycle Assessment results (worst Module 3: Dispersion-based adhesives, coatings and
case-approach). sealants
As structural adhesives, coatings and sealants:
2.2 Application · structural and repair adhesives
Dispersion-based products are used for the following · dispersion filler compounds
applications: · joint sealants
Module 1: Dispersion adhesives, fixatives, pre- Module 4: Dispersion-based products for
coatings and primers for floor coverings and parquet waterproofing of buildings

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Module 5: Dispersion-based primers and bonding Other performance characteristics in accordance with
agents for concrete and floor screeds the manufacturer's technical documentation /
Module 6: Dispersion-based products for surface declaration of performance
protection of concrete Module 7: Dispersion-based primers, barrier coatings,
To increase the durability of concrete and reinforced varnishes and glazes for coating of buildings, structural
steel structures as well as for new concrete and for elements and components for decorative, functional or
maintenance and repair work (for areas without vehicle protective purposes
traffic) The requirements of the /Decopaint Directive
Module 7: Dispersion-based primers, barrier coatings, 2004/42/EC/ apply
varnishes and glazes for coating of buildings, structural • for unpigmented primers
elements and components for decorative, functional or • for pigmented dispersion varnishes and dispersion
protective purposes primers in Decopaint product group d
• for water-soluble glazes in Decopaint product
2.3 Technical Data groups e or f
Module 1: Dispersion adhesives, fixatives, pre- • for barrier primers in Decopaint product group g
coatings and primers for floor coverings and parquet • for single-component special varnishes in
flooring Decopaint product group i,
Dispersion adhesives for floor coverings have to all of which are water-based.
comply with the requirements of the /EN 14259:2003/. Performance characteristics in accordance with the
Fixatives do not usually comply with these manufacturer's technical documentation / declaration
requirements; their strengths are lower in accordance of performance.
with their specifications. The performance
characteristics of pre-coatings and primers are subject 2.4 Placing on the market / Application rules
to the manufacturer's technical documentation / For the placing on the market in the EU/EFTA (with the
declaration of performance. exception of Switzerland) products falling under the
Dispersion adhesives for parquet: The test procedures Regulation /(EU) No 305/2011/ need a Declaration of
and requirements of the /EN 14293:2006/ have to be Performance taking into consideration either the
fullfilled. relevant harmonised European standard or the
Module 2: Dispersion-based tile adhesive European Technical Assessment as cited in chapter
The minimum requirements in accordance with /EN 2.3 and the CE-marking.
12004:2012/ must be maintained. These are: For the application and use of the products the
- Shear adhesion strength after dry storage (/EN respective national provisions apply.
1324:2007/)
- Shear adhesion strength after heat ageing (/EN 2.5 Delivery status
1324:2007/) Liquid or pasty in containers made of plastic or metal.
- Open time: tensile adhesion strength (/EN Typical container sizes contain 1 to 30 kg, usually 10
1346:2007/) to 20 kg of product on pallets. For larger applications,
Other performance characteristics in accordance with vats with approx. volumes of 200 kg (litres) or IBCs
the manufacturer's technical documentation / (intermediate bulk containers) with a capacity in
declaration of performance excess of 1 tonne (m³) are also used.
Module 3: Dispersion-based adhesives, coatings and A plastic container was modelled for the Life Cycle
sealants Assessment.
Performance characteristics in accordance with the
manufacturer's technical documentation / declaration 2.6 Base materials / Ancillary materials
of performance Dispersion-based products usually comprise at least
Module 4: Dispersion-based products for one synthetic resin dispersion, natural or synthetic
waterproofing of buildings resins dispersed in water, mineral fillers (e.g. chalk)
The minimum requirements of the /ETAG 022:2007/ and/or pigments. Auxiliaries such as thickening agents,
apply. defoaming agents, surface-active and dispersing
The performance characteristics must be indicated in agents as well as preservatives are used to fine-tune
accordance with the European Technical Assessment the product features.
(ETA, no.). On average, the products covered by this EPD contain
Module 5: Dispersion-based primers and bonding the following range of base materials and auxiliaries
agents for concrete and floor screeds (% by mass):
Performance characteristics in accordance with the - Synthetic resin dispersion (solids portion): 5 - 65
manufacturer's technical documentation / declaration - Natural resins, natural resin derivatives: 0 - 25
of performance - Mineral fillers: 0 - 60
Module 6: Dispersion-based products for surface - Pigments: 0 - 35
protection of concrete - Water: 15 - 95
Dispersion-based products for surface protection - Auxiliaries: 1 - 5
systems of concrete comply with the following - Thickening agents: < 3
requirements (characteristics for all intended uses in - Dispersing agents / Emulsifying agents: < 2
accordance with /EN 1504-2:2005/, Tables 1 and 5): - Wetting agent: 2
- Permeability to CO2 (/EN 1062-6:2002/) - Other: 0 - 2
- Water vapour permeability (/EN ISO 7783-1/- The biocidal products used contain agents which can
2:2012/) be marketed in accordance with Biocidal Products
- Capillary absorption and permeability to water (/EN Regulation /(EU) No 528/2012/.
1062-3:2008/) In individual cases, it is possible that substances on
- Measurement of bond strength by pull-off (/EN the list of particularly harmful substances for inclusion
1542:1999/) in Annex XIV of the /REACH/ regulation are contained
in concentrations of exceeding 0.1%. If this is the case,

3 Environmental Product Declaration FEICA – Dispersion-based products, Class A


this information can be found on the respective safety The anticipated reference service life depends on the
data sheet. specific installation situation and the exposure
associated with the product. It can be influenced by
2.7 Manufacture weather factors as well as by mechanical or chemical
Dispersion-based products are usually mixed loads.
discontinuously in batch mode, i.e. in individual
batches or series of individual batches, and filled into
the delivery containers. The quality of the products and 2.14 Extraordinary effects
safe handling thereof is ensured by the corresponding
regulations such as /ISO 9001:2008-12/ and the Fire
provisions outlined in the relevant regulations such as In terms of their application volumes, dispersion-bound
the Industrial Safety Regulation and Federal Pollution products usually have no or only a subordinate
Control Act. influence on the fire characteristics of the structure in
which they have been used.
2.8 Environment and health during
manufacturing Water
As a general rule, no particular environmental or health Dispersion-based products are only water-resistant to
protection measures other than those specified by law a certain degree and their strength can deteriorate
are necessary. when exposed to water for longer periods of time,
detaching from the surface in a worst-case scenario.
2.9 Product processing/Installation The primary components of dispersion-based products
Dispersion-based products are processed on site using are not hazardous to water or only slightly hazardous
suitable tools, usually by hand. The products are to water. Owing to the overall low volumes of
applied by trowelling/knife-coating, painting, rolling or dispersion-based products used on buildings, no
spraying, whereby health and safety measures (gloves relevant contribution towards environmental damage
and goggles, ventilation) are to be taken and can be anticipated by buildings featuring dispersion-
consistently adhered to in accordance with the based products in the event of extraordinary exposure
information on the safety data sheet and conditions on to water.
site.
Depending on the application and product Mechanical destruction
specifications, between 50 and 1,500 g/m² are applied. The mechanical destruction of dispersion-bound
products does not lead to any decomposition products
2.10 Packaging which are harmful for the environment or health.
A detailed description of packaging is provided in
section 2.5. Empty containers and clean foils can be 2.15 Re-use phase
recycled. According to present knowledge, no known
environmentally-hazardous effects in terms of disposal
2.11 Condition of use are to be generally anticipated through dismantling and
During the use phase dispersion-based products are recycling components to which hardened, dispersion-
existent as hardened film. bound products adhere.
They are long-lasting products which protect our
buildings in the form of primers, coatings or sealants 2.16 Disposal
as well as making an essential contribution towards The portion of a dispersion-based product applied at
their appearance, function and sustainability. an other construction product is rather low. These low
amounts do not play any role when the construction
2.12 Environment and health during use product is disposed. They do not interfere with the
Option 1 – Products for applications outside disposal/recycling of other components / building
indoor areas with permanent stays by people materials.
No risks are known for water, air and soil if the Hardened product residue mechanically removed from
products are used as designated. substrates must be disposed of as commercial /
Option 2 – Products for applications inside indoor construction waste.
areas with permanent stays by people The following waste codes according to the European
When used in indoor areas with permanent stays by List of Waste (/2000/532/EC/) can apply: Hardened
people, evidence of the emission performance of product residue:
construction products in contact with indoor air must be 08 01 12 waste paint and varnish other than those
submitted according to national requirements. No mentioned in 08 01 11
further influences on the environment and health by 08 04 10 waste adhesives and sealants other than
emanating substances are known. those mentioned in 08 04 09

2.13 Reference service life 2.17 Further information


Dispersion-based products fulfil manifold, often More information is available in the manufacturer's
specific, tasks in the construction, refurbishment or product or safety data sheets and is available on the
renovation of building structures. They decisively manufacturer's websites or on request. Valuable
improve the usability of building structures and technical information is also available on the
significantly extend their original service lives. associations's websites.

3. LCA: Calculation rules

4 Environmental Product Declaration FEICA – Dispersion-based products, Class A


3.1 Declared Unit 3.4 Cut-off criteria
This EPD refers to the declared unit of 1 kg dispersion- All raw materials submitted for the formulations and
based product with a density of 1.000 - 1.500 kg/m3 in production data were taken into consideration.
the mixing ratio required for processing the The manufacture of machinery, plants and other
components in accordance the PCR part B for infrastructure required for production of the products
Coatings with organic binders. under review was not taken into consideration in the
Consumption per unit area of the products to be LCA.
applied extensively can range between 50 - 3.000 Transport of packaging materials is also excluded.
g/m2.
The results of the Life Cycle Assessment provided in 3.5 Background data
this declaration have been calculated from the product Data from the /GaBi/ 6 database was used as
with the highest environmental impact (worst-case background data. Where no background data was
scenario). available, data gaps were complemented by
manufacturer information and literature research.
Declared unit
Name Value Unit 3.6 Data quality
Conversion factor to 1 kg 1 - Representative products were selected for this EPD.
Declared unit 1 kg The product displaying the highest environmental
impacts in a group was selected for calculating the
3.2 System boundary LCA results. The datasets are less than 5 years old.
Modules A1-A3, A4, A5 and D are taken into Data for production and packaging are based on
consideration in the LCA: details
 A1 Production of preliminary products provided by the manufacturer. The formulation used for
 A2 Transport to plant evaluation refers to a specific product.
 A3 Production (incl. provision of energy,
3.7 Period under review
production of packaging as well as auxiliaries Representative formulations were accepted by FEICA
and consumables, waste treatment) Ltd and collected in 2011.
 A4 Transport to site
 A5 Installation (disposal of packaging & 3.8 Allocation
installation losses and emissions during No allocations were applied for production. A multi-
input allocation with a credit for electricity and thermal
installation) energy was used for incineration of production
 D Credits from incineration of packaging residues and packaging materials. The credits
materials & installation losses achieved through packaging disposal are declared in
Module D.
The declaration is therefore from "cradle to gate - with
3.9 Comparability
options".
Basically, a comparison or an evaluation of EPD data
is only possible if all the data sets to be compared
3.3 Estimates and assumptions
were created according to /EN 15804/ and the building
Where no specific /GaBi/ processes were available,
context, respectively the product-specific
the individual constituent materials of the formulations
characteristics of performance, are taken into account.
were estimated based on information provided by the
In this case, 1 kg dispersion-based product was
manufacturerer or literature sources.
selected as the declared unit. Depending on the
application, a corresponding conversion factor such as
the specific weight per surface area must be taken into
consideration.

5 Environmental Product Declaration FEICA – Dispersion-based products, Class A


4. LCA: Scenarios and additional technical information
The following technical information is a basis for the
declared modules or can be used for developing
specific scenarios in the context of a building
assessment if modules are not declared (MND).

Transport to the building site (A4)


Name Value Unit
Litres of fuel 0.0016 l/100km
Transport distance 1000 km
Capacity utilisation (including empty
85 %
runs)
1000 -
Gross density of products transported kg/m3
1500
Capacity utilisation volume factor 1 -

Installation into the building (A5)


Name Value Unit
Material loss 0.01 kg
VOC in the air 0.077 kg

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5. LCA: Results
DESCRIPTION OF THE SYSTEM BOUNDARY (X = INCLUDED IN LCA; MND = MODULE NOT DECLARED)
BENEFITS AND
CONSTRUCTI LOADS
PRODUCT STAGE ON PROCESS USE STAGE END OF LIFE STAGE BEYOND THE
STAGE SYSTEM
BOUNDARIES

Operational energy
Transport from the

Waste processing
Operational water

De-construction
gate to the site

Refurbishment
Manufacturing

Replacement
Raw material

Maintenance

Recycling-
demolition

Recovery-
Assembly
Transport

Transport

Disposal

potential
Reuse-
Repair
supply

Use

use

use
A1 A2 A3 A4 A5 B1 B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7 C1 C2 C3 C4 D
X X X X X MND MND MND MND MND MND MND MND MND MND MND X
RESULTS OF THE LCA - ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT: 1 kg Dispersion-based product, Class A
Parameter Unit A1-A3 A4 A5 D

Global warming potential [kg CO2-Eq.] 2.06E+0 4.87E-2 1.60E-1 -6.90E-2


Depletion potential of the stratospheric ozone layer [kg CFC11-Eq.] 1.29E-9 2.24E-13 4.99E-13 -2.28E-11
Acidification potential of land and water [kg SO2-Eq.] 2.36E-2 1.20E-4 1.69E-5 -1.10E-4
Eutrophication potential [kg (PO4)3--Eq.] 9.09E-4 2.78E-5 3.47E-6 -1.11E-5
Formation potential of tropospheric ozone photochemical oxidants [kg ethene-Eq.] 1.41E-3 -3.37E-5 2.80E-2 -1.16E-5
Abiotic depletion potential for non-fossil resources [kg Sb-Eq.] 2.60E-6 3.25E-9 1.53E-9 -1.18E-8
Abiotic depletion potential for fossil resources [MJ] 4.54E+1 6.71E-1 2.67E-2 -9.48E-1
RESULTS OF THE LCA - RESOURCE USE: 1 kg Dispersion-based product, Class A
Parameter Unit A1-A3 A4 A5 D
Renewable primary energy as energy carrier [MJ] 4.31E+0 IND IND IND
Renewable primary energy resources as material utilization [MJ] 0.00E+0 IND IND IND
Total use of renewable primary energy resources [MJ] 4.31E+0 3.82E-2 3.97E-3 -1.57E-1
Non-renewable primary energy as energy carrier [MJ] 4.29E+1 IND IND IND
Non-renewable primary energy as material utilization [MJ] 6.40E+0 IND IND IND
Total use of non-renewable primary energy resources [MJ] 4.93E+1 6.74E-1 3.16E-2 -1.16E+0
Use of secondary material [kg] 0.00E+0 0.00E+0 0.00E+0 0.00E+0
Use of renewable secondary fuels [MJ] 0.00E+0 0.00E+0 0.00E+0 0.00E+0
Use of non-renewable secondary fuels [MJ] 0.00E+0 0.00E+0 0.00E+0 0.00E+0
Use of net fresh water [m³] 7.54E-2 9.56E-5 3.83E-4 -2.44E-4
RESULTS OF THE LCA – OUTPUT FLOWS AND WASTE CATEGORIES:
1 kg Dispersion-based product, Class A
Parameter Unit A1-A3 A4 A5 D
Hazardous waste disposed [kg] 1.56E-5 5.09E-8 5.80E-11 -4.48E-10
Non-hazardous waste disposed [kg] 3.86E-1 5.66E-5 1.45E-3 -4.13E-4
Radioactive waste disposed [kg] 1.34E-3 9.63E-7 1.96E-6 -8.45E-5
Components for re-use [kg] 0.00E+0 0.00E+0 0.00E+0 0.00E+0
Materials for recycling [kg] 0.00E+0 0.00E+0 0.00E+0 0.00E+0
Materials for energy recovery [kg] 0.00E+0 0.00E+0 0.00E+0 0.00E+0
Exported electrical energy [MJ] 0.00E+0 0.00E+0 2.42E-1 0.00E+0
Exported thermal energy [MJ] 0.00E+0 0.00E+0 5.58E-1 0.00E+0

6. LCA: Interpretation
The majority of life cycle energy consumption takes Transportation to the construction site (A4) and the
place during the production phase (A1-A3). Significant installation process (A5) make a minor contribution to
contributions to Primary Energy Demand – Non- almost all impacts. The only exception is the
renewable (PENRT) derive from the energy resources photochemical ozone creation potential (POCP) that is
used in the production of raw materials. The largest significantly influenced by the installation of the product
contributor to Primary Energy Demand – Renewable due to emissions of volatile substances of maximum
(PERT) is the consumption of renewable energy 7.7%. This leads to a contribution of the installation
resources required for the generation and supply of phase of up to 95/% on the overall life cycle of the
electricity. During manufacturing (A1-A3) some product. Emissions associated with the manufacturing
influence also arises due to the wooden pallets used of products (A3) only have a negligible influence on
as packaging that need solar energy for POCP.
photosynthesis. It should be noted that Primary Energy In module A4, transport to construction site, values for
Demand – Renewable (PERT) generally represents a POCP are negative due to emission profile modelled
small percentage of the production phase primary for the selected transportation process and of the
energy demand with the bulk of the demand coming characterisation method used in /CML 2001/ for the
from non-renewable energy resources. calculation of the POCP. Transportation processes are
responsible for the emission of NOx in the ground layer

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atmosphere. NO in particular can have an ozone transportation processes needed for supply of
depleting effect that is reflected in /CML 2001/ by materials and product distribution only have limited
assigning a negative characterisation factor to this counterbalance effects on the overall LCA results.
substance. However, although these negative values Scrap burdens and energy credit from incineration of
may appear unusual, it should be considered that packaging material reported in module D are of little
POCP is only one of the analysed environmental importance.
impact categories. All other potential impacts would In general, CO2 is the most important contributor to
increase with greater transportation distances, showing Global Warming Potential (GWP). For the Acidification
that transportation is a process leading to net Potential (AP), NOx and SO2 as well as HCl contribute
environmental burdens. Furthermore, even for POCP, to the largest share.

7. Requisite evidence
(4) express the test results as air concentrations in
7.1 VOC the European Reference Room, as specified in
Special tests and evidence have not been carried out /CEN/TS 16516/.
or provided within the framework of drawing up this
Model EPD. Some member states require special Examples of such regulations are the Belgian /Royal
documentation on VOC emissions into indoor air for Decree C-2014/24239/, or the German /AgBB/.
specific areas of application. This documentation, as Examples of such voluntary labeling programs are
well as documentation for voluntary VOC labelling, has /EMICODE/, /Blue Angel/ or /Indoor Air Comfort/.
to be provided separately and is specific for products in
question. Relevant test results shall be produced either by an
/ISO 17025/ accredited commercial test lab, or by a
Evidence pertaining to VOC emissions shall show qualified internal test lab of the manufacturer.
- either an attestation of compliance with, Examples for the applied limits after 28 days storage in
- or documentation of test data that are required in, a ventilated test chamber are:
any of the existing regulations or in any of the existing - TVOC: 1000 µg/m³
voluntary labeling programs for low-emitting products, - TSVOC: 100 µg/m³
as far as these - Each carcinogen: 1 µg/m³
(1) include limits for the parameters TVOC, TSVOC, - Formaldehyde: 100 µg/m³
carcinogens, formaldehyde, acetaldehyde, LCI limits - LCI: different per substance involved
for individual substances (including but not limited to - R value: 1 (meaning that, in total, 100% of the
the European list of harmonized LCIs), and the R combined LCI values must not be exceeded).
value;
(2) base their test methods on /CEN/TS 16516/ (or Informative Annexes (2 tables):
/EN 16516/, after the on-going revision of /CEN/TS The table shown below is an overview of the most
16516/); relevant regulations and specifications as of April
(3) perform testing and apply the limits after 28 days 2015, as regards requirements after 3 days storage in
storage in a ventilated test chamber, under the a ventilated test chamber.
conditions specified in /CEN/TS 16516/; some
regulations and programs also have limits after 3 days,
on top of the 28 days limits;

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assessment criteria or emission scenarios in place for
The table above provides an overview of the most scenarios involving watered components.
relevant regulations and specifications as of April
2015, as regards requirements after 28 days storage in 7.3 Fire gas toxicity
a ventilated test chamber. Some details may be The fire gases incurred by organic products contain
missing in the table due to lack of space. Values given hazardous substances but no particularly hazardous
represent maximum values/limits. emissions. Testing toxicity of the fire gases makes
sense particularly in the system configuration of the
7.2 Leaching: products and is therefore not carried out for individual
Dispersion-based products in outdoor applications are coatings as the fire gases are essentially influenced by
not used in areas with contact to soil and groundwater. the type of substrate involved.
There are currently no European or national

8. References
PCR 2013, Part A: 2013-04 Product Category Rules for Construction Products,
Institut Bauen und Umwelt e.V., Berlin (pub.): Product Part B: Requirements on the EPD for coatings with
Category Rule for Construction Products from the organic binding agents
range of Environmental Product Declarations of Institut
Bauen und Umwelt (IBU), Part A: Calculation rules for GaBi 6 2014:
the Life Cycle Assessment and requirements on the Software and data base for comprehensive analysis.
Background Report LBP, University of Stuttgart and thinkstep, 2014
www.bau-umwelt.de
GaBi 6 2014b:
PCR 2013, Part B: 2013-07 Documentation of GaBi 6 data sets from the data base

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for comprehensive analysis LBP, University of Stuttgart Blue Angel
and thinkstep, 2014 http://documentation.gabi- Environmental label organised by the federal
software.com/ government of Germany www.blauer-engel.de

CEN/TS 14472:2003-10 Indoor Air Comfort


Resilient, textile and laminate floor coverings - Design, Product certification by Eurofins, Hamburg, Germany
preparation and installation – Part 1: General; Part 2: www.eurofins.com
Textile floor coverings; Part 3: Laminate floor
coverings; Part 4: Resilient floor coverings Decopaint Directive 2004/42/EC:
Directive 2004/42/EC of the European Parliament and
EN 14259:2004-07 of the Council of 21 April 2004 on the limitation of
Adhesives for floor coverings – Requirements for emissions of volatile organic compounds due to the
mechanical and electrical performance use of organic solvents in certain paints and varnishes
and in vehicle refinishing products and amending
EN 14293:2006-10 Directive 1999/13/EC, 2004-04
Adhesives – Adhesives for bonding parquet to subfloor
– Test methods and minimum requirements Harmonised conditions for the marketing of
construction products:
EN 12004:2014-02 Regulation (EU) No 305/2011 of the European
Adhesives for tiles – Requirements, evaluation of Parliament and of the Council of 9 March 2011 laying
conformity, classification and designation down harmonised conditions for the marketing of
construction products and repealing Council Directive
EN 1324:2014-08 89/106/EEC
Adhesives for tiles – Determination of shear adhesion
strength of dispersion adhesives ISO 16000-3:2013-01
Indoor air – Part 3: Determination of formaldehyde and
EN 1346:2007-11 other carbonyl compounds by sampling using a pump
Adhesives for tiles – Determination of open time
ISO 16000-6:2012-11
EN ISO 9001:2009-12 Indoor air – Part 6: Determination of volatile organic
Quality management systems – Requirements compounds indoors and in test chambers by sampling
on TENAX TA®, thermal desorption and gas
EN 923:2015-06 chromatography using MS or FID
Adhesives – Terms and definitions
EN ISO 16000-9:2008-04
EN 1504-2:2015-03 Indoor air – Part 9: Determination of the emission of
Products and systems for the protection and repair of volatile organic compounds from building products and
concrete structures – Definitions, requirements, quality furnishings – Emission test chamber method
control and evaluation of conformity – Part 2: Surface
protection systems for concrete EN ISO 16000-11:2006-06
Indoor air – Part 11: Determination of the emission of
EN 1062-6:2002-10 volatile organic compounds from building products and
Paints and varnishes – Coating materials and coating furnishings – Sampling, storage of samples and
systems for exterior masonry and concrete – Part 6: preparation of test specimens
Determination of carbon dioxide permeability
CEN/TS 16516:2015-07
EN ISO 7783:2012-02 Construction products - Assessment of release of
Paints and varnishes – Determination of water-vapour dangerous substances - Determination of emissions
transmission properties – Cup method into indoor air

EN 1062-3:2008-04 Royal Decree C-2014/24239


Paints and varnishes – Coating materials and coating Belgisch Staatsblad 8 MEI 2014, p. 60603. —
systems for exterior masonry and concrete – Part 3: Koninklijk besluit tot vaststelling van de
Determination of liquid water permeability drempelniveaus voor de emissies naar het
binnenmilieu van bouwproducten voor bepaalde
EN 1542:1999-07 geoogde gebruiken
Products and systems for the protection and repair of
concrete structures – Test methods – Measurement of EN 17025: 2007-05
bond strength by pull-off General requirements for the competence of testing
and calibration laboratories
ETAG 022:2007-07
Guideline for European technical approval of watertight AgBB
covering kits for wetroom floors and/or walls – Part 1: Committee for Health-related Evaluation of
Liquid-applied coverings with or without wearing Building Products: health-related evaluation of
surface emissions of volatile organic compounds (VOC and
SVOC) from building products; status: June 2012
GEV/EMICODE:2010-07 www.umweltbundesamt.de/produkte/bauprodukte/agb
Gemeinschaft Emissionskontrollierte b.htm
Verlegewerkstoffe, Klebstoffe und Bauprodukte e.V.,
Düsseldorf; www.emicode.de/ REACH Regulation:

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Regulation (EC) No. 1907/2006 of the European Institut Bauen und Umwelt
Parliament and of the Council of 18 December 2006 Institut Bauen und Umwelt e.V., Berlin(pub.):
concerning the Registration, Evaluation, Authorisation Generation of Environmental Product Declarations
and Restriction of Chemicals (REACH), establishing a (EPDs);
European Chemicals Agency, amending Directive
1999/45/EC and repealing Council Regulation (EEC) General principles
No. 793/93, Commission Regulation (EC) No. 1488/94 for the EPD range of Institut Bauen und Umwelt e.V.
as well as Council Directive 76/769/EEC and (IBU), 2013/04
Commission Directives 91/155/EEC, 93/67/EEC, www.bau-umwelt.de
93/105/EC and 2000/21/EC, 2006-12
ISO 14025
Biocidal Products Regulation: DIN EN ISO 14025:2011-10: Environmental labels and
Regulation (EU) No. 528/2012 of the European declarations — Type III environmental declarations —
Parliament and of the Council of 22 May 2012 Principles and procedures
concerning the making available on the market and
use of biocidal products, 2012-05 EN 15804
EN 15804:2012-04+A1 2013: Sustainability of
CML 2001: construction works — Environmental Product
Institute of Environmental Sciences Leiden: CML Declarations — Core rules for the product category of
method 2001, last update of characterization factors in construction products
November 2013,
http://www.cml.leiden.edu/software/data-cmlia.html

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B-1160 Brussels Web www.feica.eu
Belgium
Hôpital de La Tour
Meyrin, GE

Um mit den sich laufend weiterentwickelnden Medizintechnologien und dem rasanten Bevölkerungs-
wachstum Schritt zu halten, wurde das Hôpital de La Tour in Genf um einen Neubau erweitert. Bei die-
sem anspruchsvollen Projekt kamen zahlreiche MAPEI-Produkte für die Verlegung der verschiedenen
Bodenbeläge zum Einsatz.

Un nouveau bâtiment est venu agrandir l’Hôpital de La Tour pour répondre à l’évolution technologique
et à la croissance démographique. De nombreux défis ont dû être relevés et les produits MAPEI ont été
utilisés pour la pose des revêtements de sols les plus variés.

Das Hôpital de La Tour im Kanton Genf ist das einzige priva- L’Hôpital de La Tour est situé dans le canton de Genève. C’est
te Spital in der Westschweiz mit einem rund um die Uhr ver- le seul établissement privé en Suisse romande disposant no-
fügbaren Notfalldienst und einer Intensivstation, in der tamment d’un service d’urgences ouvert 7/7 et 24/24h et
komplexe Fälle global und multidisziplinär behandelt wer- d’une unité de soins intensifs qui propose des hospitalisa-
den. tions pour les cas complexes avec prise en charge globale et
Das Hôpital de La Tour in Meyrin wurde 1976 eröffnet und multidisciplinaire.
musste sich seither laufend an die sich immer weiterentwi- Inauguré en 1976, l’hôpital de Meyrin a dû constamment
c kel nden Me d i z i nt e c h nolog ien u nd d ie r a sa nt e s’adapter à l’évolution des technologies médicales et des fac-
Bevölkerungs- und Stadtentwicklung in der Genfer teurs urbains et démographiques, très présents dans l’ag-
Agglomeration anpassen. Mehrere Jahrzehnte lang konnte glomération genevoise. Pendant plusieurs décennies, des
das Spital durch punktuelle Umbaumassnahmen den im- transformations ponctuelles ont permis de répondre à des
mer anspruchsvolleren Rahmenbedingungen gerecht wer- critères toujours plus exigeants. Dans les années 2000, la si-
den. In den 2000er-Jahren kam dann der Wendepunkt. Das tuation a finalement dû être reconsidérée dans sa globalité.
Spital sollte seine Aufnahmekapazität erhöhen und seine Il fallait augmenter la capacité d’accueil et améliorer la qua-
funktionalen Rehabilitationsmassnahmen verbessern, lité des soins de rééducation fonctionnelle tout en assurant
ohne dabei jedoch an Komfort einzubüssen. Die einzige le confort hospitalier. La seule variante envisageable était la

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Lösung: der Bau eines neuen Gebäudes. Dieses Projekt barg Mit Ultrabond Eco 530 verklebter
einige Herausforderungen. Der bestehende Spitalkomplex Linoleumbelag im Gang mit Fries
ist sternförmig angelegt und der Neubau sollte sich entspre- und Schweissverbindungen.
chend harmonisch in die Umgebung einfügen. Die Linoléum dans le couloir avec
Platzverhältnisse waren allerdings sehr eingeschränkt. frise et joints soudés, collé avec
Ausserdem musste der Spitalbetr ieb während der Ultrabond Eco 530.
Bauarbeiten zwingend aufrechterhalten werden. Um den
Zugang zur Baustelle zu gewährleisten, musste ausserdem
die angrenzende Strasse verlegt werden.

Ein neues Gebäude


Der Neubau, der u. a. das akkreditierte Sportmedizin-
Zentrum «Swiss Olympic Medical Center» beherbergt, ver-
füg t über drei Etagen und ein Dachgeschoss, zwei
Erdgeschossebenen und drei Untergeschosse. Er umfasst
zahlreiche Facharztpraxen, Rehazentren, rund 60 Zimmer
und ein Radiologie- und Strahlentherapiezentrum. Zur
Isolierung der Strahlung wurde das auf der untersten Ebene
gelegene Zentrum wie ein Bunker mit 2 m dicken Wänden
und Bodenplat ten gebaut. Der zent rale Teil der construction d’un nouveau bâtiment. Le complexe hospita-
Untergeschosse besteht aus einer auf Stützmauern basie- lier alors existant est conçu sur un plan en étoile et la nou-
renden Säulen-Platten-Struktur. Am Fusse des Gebäudes velle construction devait s’intégrer dans le paysage sans
wurde ausserdem eine Sportanlage eingerichtet. Der trop faire ressortir la différence entre ancien et nouveau. La
Neubau ist über das untere Erdgeschoss und einen mit dem place à disposition était très restreinte. De plus, il était im-
oberen Erdgeschoss verbundenen Durchgang zugänglich. possible d’interrompre l’activité hospitalière pendant les
Der Behandlungsweg des Patienten von der Diagnose über travaux. Le projet présentait donc des défis de taille à rele-
die ambulante Behandlung bis zur regelmässigen medizini- ver. De fait, pour permettre l’installation du chantier et en
schen Betreuung oder gelegentlichen Kontrolle stand im faciliter l’accès, la rue adjacente a dû être déplacée.
Fokus des Architekturkonzepts. Für die Patienten, Besucher
und das Personal wurden mehrere hochwertige, in sanften Un nouveau bâtiment
Farben gehaltene Warte- und Empfangsbereiche sowie Le nouveau bâtiment, qui accueille notamment le Centre de
Konferenzräume vorgesehen. Diese Räume sind allesamt médecine du sport accrédité Swiss Olympic Medical Center,
hell und von Tageslicht durchf lutet. Von den vertikalen dispose de trois étages et d’un attique, de deux rez-de-
Verbindungsgängen mit integ r ier ten Technik- und chaussée et de trois niveaux de sous-sol. Il abrite également
Sanitärräumen zweigen breite Gänge ab, auf denen die de nombreux cabinets de spécialistes, divers centres de réé-
Arbeits-, Empfangs-, Behandlungs- und Ruhebereiche lie- ducation, une soixantaine de chambres et des centres d’ima-
gerie et de radiothérapie. Au niveau le plus bas, ce centre a
été érigé, tel un bunker, avec des parois et des dalles de
2 mètres d’épaisseur destinées à isoler des rayons. La partie
centrale des sous-sols est réalisée en structure poteaux et
dalles reposant sur des sommiers. Des aménagements spor-
tifs extérieurs ont été conçus et installés au pied du bâti-
ment, dans le terrain qui a dû être remodelé pour ce projet. Il
est possible d’accéder facilement à ce bâtiment directement
au rez-de-chaussée inférieur et par une large passerelle re-
liée au rez supérieur.
Le parcours du patient, du diagnostic à la prise en charge
stationnaire, en passant par le traitement ambulatoire, les
suivis médicaux réguliers ou les contrôles occasionnels ont
servi de base au concept architectural. Le patient et le visi-
teur, tout comme le personnel, ont à disposition de multiples
espaces d’attente et de réception aux finitions soignées et
aux teintes douces ainsi que des salles de conférence. La lu-
mière du jour constitue l’éclairage principal de ces espaces.
Des liaisons verticales avec les locaux techniques et les sa-
nitaires desservent de grands couloirs distribuant les es-
paces de travail, d’accueil, de soin ou de repos. La structure
porteuse est susceptible de recevoir des charges d’exploita-
tion importantes et l’éventualité de deux étages futurs a été
prise en compte dans les études statiques et sismiques.

La participation de MAPEI
La large gamme de produits MAPEI répond parfaitement aux
besoins d’un tel projet permettant d’effectuer les étapes de
travail l’une après l’autre et, ici, de coller des revêtements de
sols de nature différente, sans changer de fournisseur. La
plupart des produits utilisés sont pratiquement tous certi-
fiés GEV EMICODE EC1 Plus.
Empfangsbereich und Gänge
mit Bolon-Bodenbelag, verklebt Pour la préparation des supports de 12’200 m², les mises
mit Ultrabond Eco 4 LVT. aux normes, le primaire PRIMER G à base de résines synthé-
Zone d’accueil et couloirs avec
tiques en dispersion aqueuse à très faible émission de COV,
bolon au sol collé avec aussi certifié eco-bau, a été appliqué au niveau des chapes.
Ultrabond Eco 4 LVT. Pour les ragréages, le produit de nouvelle génération

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gen. Das Tragwerk kann hohe Lasten aufnehmen, sodass PLANIPATCH XTRA, thixotrope et à durcissement rapide, a
eine Erweiterung des Gebäudes möglich wäre. Bei den stati- été largement utilisé. La résine polyester EPORIP TURBO a
schen und seismischen Untersuchungen wurde der mögli- également permis de réparer les fissures et de reboucher les
che Ausbau des Gebäudes um zwei weitere Etagen bereits petits trous dans des dalles à haute résistance mécanique.
berücksichtigt. Avec un temps de prise de 20 à 30  minutes, elle permet
d’avancer rapidement dans les différentes applications.
Der Beitrag von MAPEI Le mortier prémélangé et prêt à l’emploi à prise et séchage
Mit ihrem umfassenden Produktsortiment ist MAPEI bes- rapides MAPECEM PRONTO a été utilisé pour le bouchage de
tens aufgestellt für ein derart komplexes Projekt und kann gaines.
alle Lösungen für die verschiedenen Arbeitsschritte aus ei- MAPESTRIP PERIMETER 50, bande de rive autocollante, a
ner Hand liefern. Die meisten Produkte, die für die Verlegung été choisie pour réaliser des masses d’égalisation coulées et
der verschiedenen Bodenbeläge verwendet wurden, sind permettre la dilatation et éviter les ponts de bruit.
GEV EMICODE EC1 Plus-zertifiziert. Les multiples revêtements de sols en milieu hospitalier
Bei der Vorbereitung der insgesamt 12’200 m² Untergrund doivent être solides, faciles à nettoyer tout en restant esthé-
kam die sehr emissionsar me, eco-bau-zer tif izier te tiques. Le choix s’est porté sur le bolon en trois couleurs
Dispersionsgrundierung auf Kunstharzbasis PRIMER G zum pour les cabinets de consultation, les couloirs et les bureaux
Einsatz. Zur Spachtelung wurde weitgehend das Produkt der administratifs. Ce revêtement en vinyle tissé offre un aspect
neusten Generation – die standfeste, sehr schnell erhärten- proche du textile qui lui confère une touche originale. Le po-
de Spachtelmasse PLANIPATCH XTRA – eingesetzt. Mit dem seur a dû suivre un plan pour coller les dalles selon le dessin
Polyesterharz EPORIP TURBO wurden Risse und kleine prescrit. Le support a été préparé avec le ragréage autonive-
Löcher im Boden kraftschlüssig geschlossen. Mit einer lant certifié eco-bau ULTRAPLAN ECO XTRA, ouvert au tra-
Aushärtezeit von 20 bis 30 Minuten lassen sich die verschie- fic piétonnier après environ 3 heures. Le bolon a ensuite été
denen Anwendungen sehr schnell durchführen. collé avec ULTRABOND ECO 4LVT, adhésif fibré, sans solvant
Leitungsschächte wurden mit dem vorgemischten, ge- et prêt à l’emploi, caractérisé par un film superficiel rigide
brauchsfertigen, schnell abbindenden und trocknenden qui lui confère une très bonne stabilité dimensionnelle.
Werktrockenmörtel MAPECEM PRONTO verfüllt. Les différentes qualités de linoléum standard et luxe dans
B e i der Ver a r b e it u ng von s el b st v erl au fenden les chambres (6000 m²) ont été posées avec l’adhésif en dis-
Ausgleichsmassen kam der selbstklebende, vlieskaschierte persion aqueuse à prise rapide ULTRABOND ECO 530, adapté
Randdämmstreifen MAPESTRIP PERIMETER 50 zum Einsatz. pour des linoléums jusqu’à 4 mm d’épaisseur.
Dieser ermöglicht die Ausdehnung und verhindert Des remontées en linoléum y compris en gorge ont été col-
Schallbrücken. lées aux murs à une hauteur d’environ 1 mètre pour des rai-
Die Bodenbeläge in Spitälern müssen robust und pflege- sons d’hygiène. Cette adhérence a été rendue possible grâce
leicht, gleichzeitig aber auch ästhetisch sein. In den à l’application d’ULTRABOND ECO 530, ADESILEX LP et
Sprechzimmern, Gängen und Büros fiel die Wahl daher auf MAPECONTACT H 65 et H 85.
einen dreifarbigen gewebten Bolon-Bodenbelag aus Vinyl. Pour le PVC homogène indispensable dans les zones avec
Dieser erinnert an einen Textilbelag und verleiht den émission de rayons et les dalles soudées des salles de réveil,
Räumen einen originellen Touch. Der Verarbeiter musste die on a opté pour ULTRABOND ECO V4SP FIBER, colle technique

MRT-Saal mit zweifarbigem homogenem PVC-Bodenbelag,


der den Bereich mit hoher Bestrahlung abgrenzt. Der Belag
wurde mit Ultrabond Eco V4SP Conduttivo verlegt.
Salle de l’IRM, au sol PVC homogène de deux couleurs
délimitant le secteur à fort rayonnement, joints soudés,
collé avec Ultrabond Eco V4SP Conduttivo

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Bodenplatten dabei nach einem vorgegebenen Muster verle- fibrée sans solvant, en dispersion aqueuse à très faible émis-
gen. Der Untergrund wurde dafür zunächst mit der selbst- sion de COV. Elle a également été utilisée pour coller les re-
verlaufenden, eco-bau-zertifizierten Bodenspachtelmasse vêtements sportifs (445 m²). Elle présente un tack initial éle-
ULTRAPLAN ECO XTRA vorbereitet. Diese ist bereits rund vé, un film élastique qui adhère une fois sec et peut résister
3 Stunden nach der Verarbeitung begehbar. Anschliessend à un trafic piétonnier intense.
wurde der Bolon-Bodenbelag mit dem faserverstärkten, lö- Participer à la construction d’un tel bâtiment à la fois
semittelfreien Designbelagsklebstoff ULTRABOND ECO technique et humain représente toujours un challenge de
4LVT verklebt. Dieser bildet einen festen Oberflächenfilm taille. Pour le relever avec brio, tous les professionnels impli-
und verleiht dem Boden dadurch eine sehr hohe qués ont dû intervenir de manière synchronisée et pouvoir
Dimensionsstabilität. se fier aux matériaux qu’ils utilisent. Les conseils prodigués
Die Linoleumböden in den Zimmern (6000 m²) – sowohl in par notre conseiller technique et les produits MAPEI ont per-
der Standard- als auch in der Luxusausführung – wurden mis d’atteindre l’objectif dans les meilleures conditions. Un
mit dem Dispersionsklebstoff ULTRABOND ECO 530 verlegt. grand merci à tous les intervenants.
Dieser hat eine schnelle Anfangshaftung und eignet sich zur
Verlegung von Linoleumböden bis zu 4 mm Dicke.
Aus Hygienegründen wurden die Linoleumbeläge an den
Wänden bis in ca. 1 m Höhe verlegt und mit den Produkten
ULTRABOND ECO 530, ADESILEX LP und MAPECONTACT
H 65 und H 85 verklebt.
Zur Verklebung der homogenen PVC-Beläge in den
Bereichen mit Strahlenbelastung und auf den verschweiss-
ten Bodenelementen in den Aufwachräumen sowie für die
Verlegung der Sportbodenbeläge (445 m²) wurde der sehr
em issionsar me, faserar m ier te, lösem it telf reie
Dispersionsklebstoff ULTRABOND ECO V4SP FIBER verwen-
det. Er hat ein ausgezeichnetes Anzugsverhalten, bildet ei- Technikräume mit homogenem, mit
Ultrabond Eco V4SP Fiber verlegtem
nen elastischen Film und ist nach der Durchhärtung sehr
PVC-Belag. Der Linoleum-Belag
belastbar selbst bei hoher Frequentierung. wurde mit Ultrabond Eco 530 verklebt.
Der Bau eines derart technisch komplexen und gesell-
Secteur technique avec PVC
schaft lich w icht igen Gebäudes birg t immer hohe homogène collé avec Ultrabond Eco
Herausforderungen. Um diese erfolgreich zu meistern, V4SP Fiber et linoléum collé avec
mussten sich alle am Bau beteiligten Personen perfekt aufei- Ultrabond Eco 530.
nander abstimmen und auf die verwendeten Materialien
vertrauen können. Durch die Betreuung unseres techni-
schen Verkaufsberaters und die MAPEI-Produkte konnten
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MÉMORIAL
DE VERDUN
Au cœur de l’Histoire

Après plus de deux années de travaux d’agrandissement et de rénovation, le Mémorial de Verdun a rouvert ses portes le 21
février dernier, à l’occasion du centenaire du début de la célèbre bataille. Un projet chargé d’histoire auquel MAPEI a participé
à travers ses produits pour la réalisation de sols à base de résine et de ciment et le collage de revêtements souples, mis en
œuvre par l’entreprise Luc Petitjean Décoration.

Un lieu de mémoire de 1 900 m². Deux ailes latérales de 345 m² chacune ont
Avec plus de 300 000 soldats tués et 400 000 blessés en 10 été créées : l’une abrite les réserves des collections non
mois, la bataille de Verdun est devenue l’un des lieux les plus exposées, l’autre, intégrée à l’exposition permanente,
emblématiques de la Première Guerre mondiale. Si elle n’a est consacrée à l’artillerie et à la Voie sacrée. Un étage
pas été la plus meurtrière (la bataille de la Somme a fait plus supplémentaire qui couvre le bâtiment sur plus de 600 m²
de 443 000 morts), elle a été le théâtre d’un combat acharné, offre deux terrasses en belvédère sur le champ de bataille,
opposant exclusivement les soldats français et allemands. une salle d’exposition temporaire, la salle pédagogique, le
Pour cette dernière bataille gagnée par la France par ses centre de documentation ainsi qu’un espace de détente. Un
seuls moyens, les ¾ des divisions sont passés sur ce front. hall d’accueil de 700 m² a également été construit au niveau
A l’initiative des anciens combattants français, qui souhaitaient bas du Mémorial et abrite la billetterie, la librairie-boutique
un lieu de recueillement et de mémoire, un Mémorial a été ainsi qu’un pôle d’information.
inauguré en 1967, au cœur du champ de bataille. Après la Le nouveau Mémorial accueille près de 2 000 objets de sa
disparition des derniers survivants dès le début des années collection, complétée par les dépôts et prêts d’établissements
2000, il est devenu nécessaire de transformer le musée pour français et européens, de nombreuses photos inédites ainsi
transmettre et expliquer de manière pédagogique et adaptée que des témoignages français et allemands. Dans une
la bataille de Verdun aux nouvelles générations. muséographie conçue par l’agence Le Conte/Noirot, le
nouveau parcours plonge le visiteur au cœur du champ de
Une architecture repensée bataille et l’invite à suivre les pas du combattant de Verdun au
L’agence d’architecture Brochet Lajus Pueyo en charge du travers notamment de dispositifs audiovisuels exceptionnels.
projet souhaitait apporter une force architecturale nouvelle Traduite en anglais et en allemand, la visite s’organise en
à l’édifice d’origine, tout en l’ouvrant vers l’extérieur. Le deux séquences : le rez-de-chaussée est dédié aux lieux des
bâtiment bénéficie désormais d’une surface supplémentaire combats et le 1er étage à l’environnement de la bataille.

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Photos ci-contre Le Mémorial de Verdun, un parcours pédagogique au cœur de l’Histoire

LA BATAILLE DE VERDUN en quelques chiffres


53 millions d’obus tirés sur 250 km² (23 millions côté français et 30 millions côté allemand)
17 684 ha de forêt « zone rouge » (zone préemptée par l’État afin de la sanctuariser)
306 000 tués et disparus (163 000 Français et 143 000 Allemands)
30 jours de combat
9 villages entièrement détruits et jamais reconstruits (dont Fleury-devant-Douaumont, lieu du Mémorial)

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Des sols à base de ciment pour un aspect brut


L’entreprise meusienne Luc Petitjean Décoration en charge Après séchage et lustrage du sol, une couche de MAPEFLOOR
du lot « sols » a choisi d’appliquer les produits MAPEI pour FINISH 52 W suivie, après séchage, d’une couche de
la réalisation des revêtements de sols à base de résine et MAPEFLOOR FINISH 58 W ont ensuite été appliquées au
de ciment ainsi que pour les produits de collage pour les rouleau. Cette finition à base de polyuréthane en dispersion
revêtements souples. aqueuse permet de donner un effet mat au revêtement,
La maîtrise d’œuvre et la maîtrise d’ouvrage recherchaient d’améliorer la résistance à l’usure et de faciliter le nettoyage.
pour les zones d’accueil au rez-de-chaussée, à l’étage et au
sous-sol ainsi que pour les escaliers un revêtement à l’aspect
brut et résistant. L’entreprise a ainsi proposé le système
ULTRATOP, un revêtement de sol à base de ciment auquel elle
a été formée par MAPEI depuis près de 5 ans. Une couche
de primaire PRIMER SN saupoudrée de silice QUARTZ 1,2 a
d’abord été appliquée, sur les zones rénovées et neuves.
« Nous avons sélectionné avec la maîtrise d’ouvrage un
gris moyen, sur la base d’ULTRATOP blanc teinté avec
MAPECOLOR PIGMENT » indique Luc Petitjean, gérant.
« Nous l’avons ensuite appliqué à la pompe, sur 8 à 10 mm
d’épaisseur. Cette méthode nous permet de gagner
beaucoup de temps et d’obtenir un résultat parfaitement
homogène ».
Pour les 180 marches d’escalier, ULTRATOP gris moyen a été
coulé dans des inserts en inox. Les contremarches ont quant
à elles été mises en œuvre avec ULTRATOP LOFT, nouvel
enduit coloré à effet spatulé. « Nous avons teinté ULTRATOP
LOFT en base blanche à l’aide de 40 g d’ULTRATOP COLOR
PASTE noir afin d’obtenir un gris moyen, identique à celui
des marches, la première et la dernière contre-marche ayant
été réalisées en gris noir pour une démarcation visuelle.
Nous l’avons ensuite appliqué en épaisseur de 2 mm, sa
consistance est très agréable à travailler ». 1

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3 4

5 6

De la résine pour une surface homogène et résistante


Pour toutes les zones d’exposition, la bibliothèque et les
escaliers, l’entreprise Luc Petitjean Décoration a préconisé
sur les conseils de Philippe Méric, responsable commercial
des Sols Industriels et Décoratifs chez MAPEI, MAPEFLOOR
SYSTEM 33, un revêtement à base de résine. Résistant au
trafic piétonnier, il s’intègre parfaitement dans la scénographie
du musée grâce à sa surface homogène et continue.

L’entreprise a d’abord mis en œuvre une couche de primaire


PRIMER SN saupoudrée de QUARTZ 0,5. Après séchage et
aspiration du quartz en excès, la couche de masse à base
de résine époxy MAPEFLOOR I 300 SL, teintée à l’aide de
MAPECOLOR PASTE puis mélangée à de la silice QUARTZ
0,25 a été appliquée. Dans l’espace d’accueil et d’information
du champ de bataille de Verdun adjacent au Mémorial, c’est
un coloris gris clair (RAL 7035) qui a été retenu, dans les
zones relatives aux combats, un coloris anthracite (RAL 7012),
plus sombre. Pour finir, une couche de finition MAPEFLOOR
FINISH 58 W a été appliquée pour donner un effet mat. « C’est
le premier chantier de cette importance en résine que je réalise.
Nous avons été jusqu’à 10 ouvriers sur site. Philippe Méric a
su nous accompagner et nous former tout au long du projet et
tout s’est très bien passé » confie Luc Petitjean.

Photo 1 Coulage d’ULTRATOP à la pompe


Photo 2 Le hall d’accueil du Mémorial
Photo 3 Application de la couche de masse en résine à base de
MAPEFLOOR I 300 SL teinté
Photo 4 Débullage de la couche de masse en résine
Photo 5 Application au rouleau de la finition MAPEFLOOR FINISH 58 W
Photo 6 Coulage de la résine dans les escaliers
Photo 7 Les escaliers réalisés avec ULTRATOP SYSTEM 7

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Le collage des revêtements souples


Dans les bureaux, le revêtement PVC gris
Acczent Evolution de chez Tarkett a été
collé à l’aide d’ULTRABOND ECO V4 SP,
après que le support ait été primairisé avec
PRIMER G puis ragréé à l’aide du ragréage
P3 MAPESOL 3. ULTRABOND ECO V4 SP
est une colle acrylique sans solvant hautes
performances. A prise rapide, elle présente
une excellente résistance au cisaillement
et est préconisée par de nombreux
fabricants . « C’est une colle que j’utilise très
régulièrement. J’apprécie ses performances
et surtout qu’elle soit certifiée EC1 Plus,
à très faible émission de COV. Pour nous
entreprises, c’est aujourd’hui un critère de
choix important, pour le respect de la santé
de nos équipes et de l’environnement »
conclut Luc Petitjean.

Le Mémorial s’est totalement renouvelé


pour devenir un lieu de mémoire et de
recueillement franco-allemand qui sera
inauguré officiellement par la chancelière
Angela Merkel et le président François
Hollande, le 29 mai 2016.

Nous remercions chaleureusement le


Mémorial de Verdun, l’agence d’architecture
Brochet Lajus Pueyo et l’entreprise Luc
Petitjean Décoration pour leur aimable
participation à la rédaction de cet article.

Photos ci-contre
Le sol en résine réalisé avec
MAPEFLOOR SYSTEM 33

FICHE TECHNIQUE
Mémorial de Verdun, Fleury-devant-Douaumont (55) Entreprise de mise en œuvre : Luc Petitjean Décoration
Période d’intervention : juillet 2015 – février 2016 (Luc Petitjean, gérant)
Réalisation : fourniture des produits nécessaires Architecte : Agence d’architecture Brochet Lajus Pueyo
à la réalisation des sols en résine, des sols en ciment (Julien Woycinkiewicz)
ainsi qu’à la préparation des supports et au collage Scénographie : Agence Le Conte / Noirot
de revêtements souples Bureau de contrôle : Veritas
Surface : 3 500 m² Bureau d’études : Prévot Ingénierie, Khephren Ingénierie, INEX
Maîtrise d’ouvrage : Comité National du Souvenir de Verdun, Economiste : Overdrive
Mémorial de Verdun Distributeur MAPEI : Le Comptoir Seigneurie Gauthier Woippy
Mandataire (maître d’ouvrage délégué) : Coordination MAPEI : Philippe Méric
SEBL (Mélissa Marchand, responsable de projets) Photos : Jean-Marie Mangeot, Hervé Abbadie

PRODUITS MAPEI UTILISÉS Revêtement de sol à base de ciment : Primer SN + Quartz 1,2,
Revêtement de sol à base de résine : Primer SN + Quartz 0,5, Ultratop, Mapecolor Pigment, Mapefloor Finish 58 W
Mapefloor I 300 SL + Quartz 0,25 + Mapecolor Paste, Préparation des supports : Primer G, Mapesol 3
Mapefloor Finish 58 W Collage du revêtement PVC : Ultrabond Eco V4 SP
Sur le site www.mapei.fr, retrouvez toutes les informations sur nos produits et sur l’actualité de notre Groupe.

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64 RM 126/2014
Azienda Ospedaliera
Spedali di Brescia
La massima garanzia nell’incollaggio di
pavimenti resilienti in un lavoro durato quattro
anni che ha visto la posa di 70.000 m2 di PVC
L’Azienda Ospedaliera Spedali Civili di Brescia è un’azienda sanitaria pubblica ed
è riconosciuta come uno degli ospedali più efficienti sia in Italia che in Europa,
dichiarato secondo miglior ospedale italiano nella classifica stilata dall’Agenas nel
2013, dietro al San Raffaele di Milano. Gli Spedali Civili, da sempre l’Ospedale
della città di Brescia, si caratterizzano oggi come Ospedale di rilievo nazionale e di
intensa presenza di alte specialità.
Nel corso del 2008, la Direzione Aziendale dell’azienda ospedaliera ha condotto
un’attenta e approfondita attività di analisi e revisione del complesso progetto di
ristrutturazione e riqualificazione del Presidio “Spedali Civili di Brescia”. Le soluzio-
ni individuate hanno consentito di superare le criticità dell’intervento e di portare
quindi a termine la procedura amministrativa di aggiudicazione dello stesso.
Si trattava di costruire un padiglione ospedaliero e un fabbricato a uso cucina e
mensa e di realizzare una serie di interventi di adeguamento e ristrutturazione di
padiglioni esistenti sia dell’Ospedale di Brescia sia di quello di Montichiari.

I prodotti migliori per un lavoro a regola d’arte


Le strutture ospedaliere sono oggi al centro di notevoli e rapidissimi cambiamenti
e ogni progetto richiede specifiche competenze tecniche per la continua ricerca
di soluzioni innovative.

A SINISTRA.
Un’immagine dell’Azienda
Ospedaliera Spedali Ciivili
di Brescia, dove sono
stati svolti i lavori.
SOPRA. Alcune sale
a lavori ultimati. Sono
stati posati 70.000 m2 di
pavimenti in PVC.

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1 2 3

Gli edifici degli Spedali Civili di Brescia hanno La posa del PVC
IN PRIMO PIANO
ULTRABOND ECO V4 SP
visto la posa di circa 70.000 m2 di PVC con Le fessure sono state coperte utilizzando
CONDUCTIVE i più evoluti prodotti Mapei nei più diversi re- PLANIPATCH - rasatura cementizia tisso-
È un adesivo in dispersione parti ospedalieri: dalle sale operatorie ai labo- tropica fine ad asciugamento ultrarapido per
acquosa di colore chiaro per ratori di analisi, dalle aree adibite a servizi ai applicazione anche in verticale a spessore
la posa di pavimenti conduttivi padiglioni di degenza, dagli studi medici alle variabile da 0 a 10 mm – addizionato con il
vinilici, in gomma e tessili, aree di terapia intensiva. lattice elasticizzante LATEX PLUS.
a bassissima emissione di Un lavoro impegnativo che si è protratto per L’aggiunta di LATEX PLUS a PLANIPATCH
sostanze organiche volatili (VOC). quasi 4 anni in 5 diverse aree della struttura permette di ottenere rasature con un’eccel-
Possiede un buon tack iniziale ospedaliera: nel Presidio Centrale Brescia – lente adesione su superfici metalliche, vec-
e dopo un tempo di attesa
Padiglione B - da settembre 2010 a gennaio chie pavimentazioni in gomma, PVC, legno
che varia da 0 a 10 minuti (a
2011, nel nuovo tunnel di collegamento da truciolare, parquet, linoleum o simili.
+23 °C) è idoneo per la posa
di tutti i pavimenti in gomma febbraio 2011 a giugno 2011, nel Padiglione Dopo una pulizia di fino delle superfici così
o PVC, purché i supporti siano A da maggio 2012 a ottobre 2013, nel Presi- trattate, è stata eseguita la stesura di PRI-
assorbenti. Il tempo aperto dio dell’Ospedale di Montichiari (Bs) da mag- MER G, l’appretto a base di resine sintetiche
massimo è di circa 15’ a +23 °C. gio 2013 a luglio 2013 e nel Presidio Centrale in dispersione acquosa a bassissimo conte-
Il pavimento è pedonabile dopo Brescia – nuovo edificio “Piastra” - da agosto nuto di sostanze organiche volatili (VOC).
alcune ore. 2012 a maggio 2014. Per la necessaria fase di lisciatura del sot-
Può contribuire all’assegnazione La posa è iniziata con la sigillatura delle crepe tofondo è stato utilizzata ULTRAPLAN, la
della certificazione LEED fino a presenti nei sottofondi con EPORIP, adesivo lisciatura autolivellante a indurimento ultrara-
un massimo di 3 punti. epossidico bicomponente studiato per la si- pido per spessori da 1 a 10 mm, a bassissi-
gillatura monolitica di fessure nei massetti. ma emissione di sostanze organiche volatili
Una volta terminata questa operazione, sul- (VOC).
le superfici è stata eseguita la sabbiatura al Le operazioni preliminari che hanno precedu-
quarzo. to la vera e propria posa in opera dei pavi-
menti in PVC si sono concluse con la car-
teggiatura delle superficie mediante l’utilizzo
della mono-spazzola.
L’incollaggio dei teli di pavimento in PVC è
stato eseguito mediante lo specifico adesivo
universale in dispersione acquosa ULTRA-
BOND ECO V4 SP, a bassissima emissione
di sostanze organiche volatili (VOC), per pavi-
menti resilienti, a tempo aperto molto lungo.
ULTRABOND ECO V4 SP non è infiamma-
bile e presenta una bassissima emissione
di sostanze organiche volatili (EMICODE EC
1). Per queste ragioni l’adesivo non è asso-
lutamente nocivo alla salute dell’applicatore,
degli utenti e degli ambienti, nei quali è ap-
plicato.
In tutte le aree dove è stato previsto un pa-
vimento conduttivo, è stato posato iQ Toro
4 5 SC, un pavimento resiliente in PVC omoge-

66 RM 126/2014
FOTO 1. Dopo la rasatura e la neo elettro-conduttivo della Tarkett. Per il suo
pulizia, sulle superfici è stato steso incollaggio è stato utilizzato ULTRABOND
PRIMER G, appretto a base di
resine sintetiche in dispersione
ECO V4 SP CONDUCTIVE, studiato appo-
acquosa. sitamente per l’incollaggio all’interno di pa-
Foto 2 e 3. Per la lisciatura del vimenti vinilici conduttivi o statico dissipativi
sottofondo è stato utilizzato
in tutti gli ambienti dove eventuali scariche
ULTRAPLAN.
Foto 4 e 5. Per incollare i teli in elettrostatiche possono determinare pericolo
PVC è stato scelto ULTRABOND di deflagrazione o disturbare apparecchiature
ECO V4 SP. elettriche (sale operatorie, laboratori e stabi-
Foto 6. Anche i rivestimenti
murali posati sulle pareti in
limenti chimici, ambienti con strumentazioni
cartongesso sono stati incollati con elettroniche, centri di calcolo).
ULTRABOND ECO V4 SP. A seguire è stata eseguita la fresatura neces-
saria per realizzare successivamente la ter-
mosaldatura delle giunzioni dei teli mediante
6

cordoli in PVC coordinati.


Anche i rivestimenti murali posati sulle pa-
reti in cartongesso sono stati incollati con
ULTRABOND ECO V4 SP e termosaldati -
come pure la zoccolatura eseguita con il pa-
vimento e risvoltata a parete per un altezza di
15 cm - previo inserimento di profilo in PVC
sottoguscia di supporto nello spigolo tra la
parete e il sottofondo.
Si è trattato di un lavoro impegnativo che si è
protratto nel tempo ma che, grazie anche alla
facilità d’impiego e all’affidabilità dei prodotti
Mapei, ha visto rispettati tutti i tempi di con-
segna, con la completa soddisfazione dell’a-
zienda mandataria e del committente finale.

Scheda tecnica
Presidi dell’Azienda Ospedaliera Spedali
di Brescia, Brescia
Periodo d’intervento: settembre
2010-maggio 2014
Intervento Mapei: fornitura di prodotti per la
posa della pavimentazione in PVC
Committente: Azienda Ospedaliera Spedali
Civili di Brescia (Bs)
Impresa: Rizzani De Eccher Spa, Pozzuolo del
Friuli (Ud)
Impresa di posa: Centro Pavimenti Srl,
Rezzato (Bs)
Coordinamento Mapei: Davide Ottolini
(Mapei SpA)

Prodotti Mapei
Preparazione del sottofondo: Eporip, Latex
Plus Planipatch, Primer G, Ultraplan
Posa del PVC: Ultrabond Eco V4 SP
Posa PVC conduttivo: Ultrabond Eco V4 SP
Conductive

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Primer G ist eine sehr emissionsarme Dispersionsgrundierung auf Kunstharzbasis für saugen-
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Ultraplan O10 ist eine sehr emissionsarme, selbstverlaufende, hydraulisch schnell erhärtende,
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Ultrabond Eco V4 SP ist ein sehr emissionsarmer Dispersionsklebstoff für Vinyl-, Schaumpols-
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