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OMEGA BASETOP Screed Sheeting

OMEGA  BASETOP Screed Sheeting
Is a high vapour-impermeable moisture and radon barrier. The special multi-layer sheeting consists of a quality corrosion-resistant aluminium layer with fleece reinforcement on both sides. The sheeting was specially developed as damp-proofing for use on floor slabs with ground contact as a protection against ascending moisture in accordance or on intermediate floors, as vapour barrier above rooms which are subject to a high degree of stress in terms of construction physics. The adhesive backing on both sides permits a quick, clean and tight seam during handling.
  • resistant to perforation
  • watertight
  • radon-tight

Available dimensions

Article number Roll width Roll length Rolls / Pallet Inquiry List
5OMBTE 1.5 m 25 m 40 rolls

Product data

Field of application

  • seal on floor slabs with ground contact against ground moisture
  • concrete floor against residual moisture
  • intermediate floor as vapour barrier
  • radon barrier
  • vapour barrier below non-ventilated roof insulation

Advantages

  • highly flexible
  • resistant to perforation
  • alkali-resistant
  • vapour impermeable
  • water-tight
  • radon-tight
  • optional floor covering
Is a high vapour-impermeable moisture and radon barrier. The special multi-layer sheeting consists of a quality corrosion-resistant aluminium layer with fleece reinforcement on both sides. The sheeting was specially developed as damp-proofing for use on floor slabs with ground contact as a protection against ascending moisture in accordance with DIN 18195-4 or on intermediate floors, as vapour barrier above rooms which are subject to a high degree of stress in terms of construction physics. The adhesive backing on both sides permits a quick, clean and tight seam during handling.
Material composition
Aluminum composite foil and PP nonwoven fabric
sd-value
> 1500 m m
Thickness
0.4 mm
Temperature resistance
-40–80 °C
Weight
260 g/m²
Thickness
EN 1849-2

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