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Subliner Dry

Thin-layer, crack-bridging sealing membrane made from highly tear-resistant polyethylene film that ensures excellent adhesion of tile-setting compounds thanks to its special fleece layer on each side. This product can be used with ceramic tiles and slabs and with natural stone cladding for internal walls and floors to provide quick sealing for projects with a tight deadline.

Product Name Product Size (W x L x H / Channel) Price Qty
wedi Subliner Dry sealing membrane,
09-51-10/332
30 x 1m
Prices: £363.47
wedi Subliner Dry sealing membrane,
09-51-10/305
5 x 1m
Prices: £68.32

Description

Details

Thin-layer, crack-bridging sealing membrane made from highly tear-resistant polyethylene film that ensures excellent adhesion of tile-setting compounds thanks to its special fleece layer on each side. This product can be used with ceramic tiles and slabs and with natural stone cladding for internal walls and floors to provide quick sealing for projects with a tight deadline.

Technical Details

Technical properties - sealing membrane

 

Material base Polyethylene film with fleece layer on both side
Membrane colour grau
Membrane width 1 m
Membrane length 5 m, 30 m
Membrane thickness 0,51 mm
Weight 298 g/m2
Processing temperature +5°C to +30°C
Temperature resistance -30°C to +90°C
Waterproof see general building code test certificate
Diffusion equivalent air layer thickness (sd) approx. 85 m
Fire behaviour DIN 4102-1 B2

Area of Application

Areas of use wedi Subliner Dry

wedi Subliner Dry is a membrane sealing system for humid areas with moderate load, i.e. moisture exposure class A0 as per the ZDB data sheet; this includes, but is not limited to:

  • Domestic bathrooms
  • Hotel bathrooms

With test certificate under building regulations, it is approved for use in forming a composite sealing layer in high-load wet areas of load classes A and C; this includes, but is not limited to:

  • Shower systems
  • Swimming pool surrounds
  • Commercial kitchens and laundries

In areas requiring technical approval, only components verified with the system should be used. Corresponding information is included in the general test certificate under the building regulations.