Self-levelling fibre-reinforced smoothing compound
- Suitable for concrete, existing tiles, and timber floors
- For straightening and leveling of substrates
- For interior use in dry and wet locations
- Ideal for slope building in rooms with wall-mounted floor drain
- Fast setting
- Suitable for underfloor heating
- Thickness: 5 - 60 mm
Grey, fast-setting, polymer modified powder on the basis of aluminous cement. Applicable by trowel or pump.
Approx. 1.7 kg per m² /mm thickness.
Available in 20 kg PE lined paper bags.
Prior to further installation, make sure that the relative humidity on location corresponds to the floor covering in question. Curing rate is influenced by temperature, humidity, ventilation, as well as sub-floor construction.
Tanking: For wet room use, always apply waterproof sealing membrane onto levelling compound.
Tiling: 24 hours at +20°C
Dense coverings: directional curing time: 2 – 3 days
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|Declaration of performance
|DS/EN 13813 CT-C30-F7
Alfix PlaneMix 60
|Reaction to fire||A1fl||Release of corrosive
|Water permeability||NPD||Water vapour permeability||NPD|
|Compressive strength||C30||Flexural strength||F7|
|Wear resistance||NPD||Sound insulation||NPD|
|Sound absorption||NPD||Thermal resistance||NPD|
Low emission, GEV-EMICODE EC1 - test defined by the German institute Gemeinschaft Emissionskontrollierte Verlegestoffe.
+10°C - +25°C
2.1 kg/litre (mixed with water)
Approx. 100-110 mm
Approx. 20 - 40 minutes at +20°C
After 3 hours at +20°C
After 24 hours at +20°C
After 7 days at +20°C
30 - 40 N/mm²
Min. 6 months in unopened bag
Concrete subfloors, max humidity 95% RH. Cohesive strength should be min. 1 N/mm2.
Ceramic tiles, terrazzo, and timber floors.
For further information and details; please contact our Technical Services Dept.
The surface should be dimensionally stable, sound, clean and free from dust and laitance. Residues from grease or soap can be removed with Alfix Deep Cleaner. To remove laitance or roughen smooth surfaces, use mechanical preparation, such as sanding or grinding, and vacuum subsequently.
All surfaces should be primed with Alfix PlaneMixPrimer. Ensure a room temperature of min. +10°C while working. Allow primer to dry before commencing further treatment. Application of smoothing compound should be made within 24 hours after priming.
Use self-adhesive foam tape to retain at doors, around floor drains, etc. If possible prevent compound from obtaining contact to walls. For thicknesses exceeding 5 mm, always apply self-adhesive foam tape for walls.
Should levelling imply several layers, priming before each new application is required.
How to use
Add 3.2-4.0 litres of clean cold water per 20 kg bag of powder. Pour water into a clean container and sprinkle in powder while stirring continuously. If possible, use large mixing container or drum for more bags at a time and mix until a lump-free, easy-flowing mix is obtained. Mixing time is approx. 2 minutes using rotary drill paddle.
Pour or pump Alfix PlaneMix 60 onto the prepared substrate and spread with notched or straight trowel until the compound flows together into a smooth and even surface.
Slope building/gradient levelling:
Add 3.2 litres of clean cold water per 20 kg bag of powder. Apply levelling compound to the substrate with a trowel starting from the highest point and work towards the floor drain. Allow 20 minutes before forming the slope by removing excess compound from the drain towards the highest point until required fall is obtained.
Concrete, min. thickness:5 mm
Timber floors, min. thickness: 12 mm
Additional water should not be added to levelling compound already starting to set.
Note that the temperature of mixing water will influence working time/pot life.
Over dosage of water will reduce strength and may produce laitance. Protect from draughts, direct sunlight, and heat.
Close broken packaging carefully after use and use the rest within the shortest possible time.
Tools and tiles should be cleaned with water before the compound sets.
Cement-based products harden when mixed with water, hence do not pour surplus PlaneMix into the drain system.