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DESCRIPTION

DYNA® AQUABAN 200 Waterproofing & Anti-Fracture Membrane is a thin, loadbearing waterproofing designed specifically for the special requirements of ceramic tile, stone and brick installations. A self-curing liquid rubber polymer and a reinforcing fabric are quickly applied to form a flexible, seamless waterproofing and crack isolation membrane that bonds to a wide variety of substrates.

ADVANTAGES

- Inhibits stain causing mold and mildew growth in the substrate with antimicrobial product protection.
- Safe, no solvents and non-flammable.
- Interior and exterior use.
- Vertical and horizontal surfaces (including ceilings)
- Thin - 0.5 mm (0.02”) thick when cured
- Anti-fracture protection of up to 3 mm (1/8”) over shrinkage and other non-structural Cracks.
- Extra Heavy Service rating per TCNA (ASTM C627 Robinson Floor Test).
- IAPMO and ICC Approval.
- Applies quickly with a paint brush, roller, or trowel.
- Fast cure—ready in hours for finishes.
- Install tile, brick and stone directly onto membrane.
- Easy cleanup—use water while fresh.
- Protects concrete & reinforcing steel from corrosion.

COLORS

Color: Blue

USES

- Swimming pools.
- Fountains & water features.
- Shower pans.
- Stalls.
- Tub surrounds.
- Bathrooms & laundries (industrial, commercial & residential).
- Spas.
- Hot tubs.
- Kitchens & food processing areas.
- Terraces & balconies over unoccupied spaces.
- Countertops.
- Facades.
- Steam rooms (when used in conjunction with a vapor barrier).

LIMITATIONS

- Do not use as a primary roofing membrane over occupied space.
- Do not use over expansion joints, structural cracks or cracks with vertical differential movement.
- Do not use over cracks >3 mm (1/8”) in width.
- Do not use as a vapor barrier (especially in steam rooms).
- Not for use directly over particle board, luan, Masonite®, or hardwood floors.
- Do not expose unprotected membrane to sun or weather for >30 days.
- Do not expose to negative hydrostatic pressure, excessive vapour transmission or solvents.
- Must be covered with ceramic tile, stone, brick, concrete, screeds, terrazzo or other traffic-bearing course.
- Do not install directly over single layer wood floors, plywood tubs / showers / fountains or similar constructs.

SUITABLE SUBSTRATES

Concrete, cement mortar beds, cement plaster, concrete and brick masonry, Exterior Glue, Plywood, Gypsum Wallboard, ceramic tile and stone, cement terrazzo, cement backer board.

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DIRECTIONS

A. SURFACE PREPARATION

- Surface temperature must be 7-32°C (45-90°F) during application and for 24 hours after installation.
- All substrates must be structurally sound, clean and free of dirt, oil, grease, loose/peeling paint, laitance, efflorescence, concrete sealers or curing compounds.
- Make rough or uneven concrete smooth to a wood float or better finish with a DYNA Underlayment.
- Do not level with gypsum or asphalt based products.
- Maximum deviation in plane must not exceed 6 mm in 3 m (1/4” in 10 ft) with no more than 1.5 mm in 0.3 m (1/16” in 1 ft) variation between high spots.
- Dampen hot, dry surfaces and sweep off excess water—installation may be made on a damp surface.
- New concrete slabs shall be damp cured and a minimum of 14 days old before application.
- Maximum amount of moisture in the concrete substrate should not exceed 2.26 kg/92.9 m2 (5 lbs/1000 square feet) 24 hrs. per ASTM F-1869 or 75% relative humidity as measured with moisture probes.

1. Installer must verify that deflection under all live, dead and impact loads of interior plywood floors does not exceed industry standards of L/360 for ceramic tile and brick or L/480 for stone installations where L=span length.

2. Minimum construction for interior plywood floors:

SUBFLOOR:
15 mm (5/8”) thick exterior glue plywood, either plain with all sheet edges blocked or tongue and groove, over bridged joints spaced 400 mm (16”) o.c. maximum; fasten plywood 150 mm (6”) o.c. along sheet ends and 200 mm (8”) o.c. along intermediate supports with 8d ring-shank, coated or hot dip galvanized nails (or screws); allow 3 mm (1/8”) between sheet ends and 6 mm (1/4”) between sheets edges; all sheet ends must be supported by a framing member; glue sheets to joints with construction adhesive;

UNDERLAYMENT:
15 mm (5/8”) thick exterior glue plywood fastened 150 mm (6”) o.c. along sheet ends and 200 mm (8”) o.c. in the panel field (both directions) with 8d ring-shank, coated or hot dip galvanized nails (or screws); allow 3 mm (1/8”) to 6 mm (1/4”) between sheets and 6 mm (1/4”) between sheet edges and any abutting surfaces; offset underlayment joints from joints in subfloor and stagger joints between sheet ends; glue underlayment to subfloor with construction adhesive.

B. APPLICATION

Read the Safety Data Sheet (SDS) before use. 

A) PRE-TREATING CRACKS AND JOINTS
Apply a liberal coat of AQUABAN 200 approximately 200 mm (8”) wide over substrate cracks, cold joints, control joints and board joints using a paint brush or roller (heavy napped roller cover). Place 150 mm (6”) wide AQUABAN 200 fabric into the wet AQUABAN 200 liquid. Press down on AQUABAN 200 fabric with brush or roller until the AQUABAN 200 liquid “bleeds” through from below. Then apply another liberal coat of AQUABAN 200 liquid over the entire surface of the fabric.

B) PRE-TREATING COVERS, CORNERS & SEAMS
Apply a liberal coat of AQUABAN 200 liquid approximately 200 mm (8”) wide over substrate coves, corners, seams, joints and changes in plane using a paint brush or roller (heavy napped roller cover). Fold 15 cm (6”) wide AQUABAN 200 fabric in half and place it into the coat of wet AQUABAN 200 liquid. Flash AQUABAN 200 fabric 75 mm (3”) up walls and other vertical surfaces. Press down on AQUABAN 200 fabric with brush or roller until the AQUABAN 200 liquid “bleeds” through from below. Then apply another liberal coat of AQUABAN 200 liquid over the entire surface of the AQUABAN 200 fabric.

C) MAIN APPLICATION
Allow any pre-treated areas to dry to the touch. Apply a liberal coat of AQUABAN 200 liquid with brush or roller over substrate including pretreated areas. Lay AQUABAN 200 fabric into wet AQUABAN 200 liquid and smooth out any wrinkles. Press AQUABAN 200 fabric with brush or roller until AQUABAN 200 liquid “bleeds” through to surface. Lap seams approximately 50 mm (2”). Flash AQUABAN 200 up over pretreated coves and corners, so such areas have two layers of AQUABAN 200 fabric. Apply another liberal coat of AQUABAN 200 liquid over AQUABAN 200 fabric to saturate it. Let topcoat dry to the touch, approximately 1-3 hours at 21°C (70°F) and 50% RH. Make another liberal coat of AQUABAN 200 liquid to seal entire surface. When last coat has dried to the touch, inspect final surface for pinholes, voids, thin spots or other defects. Use additional AQUABAN 200 liquid to seal defects.

COVERAGE

18.9 L (5 Gallon) - 23.2 m2 (250 ft2)
3.78 L (1 Gallon) - 4.6 m2 (50 ft2)

EXPANSION AND CONTROL JOINTS

Apply a liberal coat of AQUABAN 200 liquid around and down into substrate expansion joints. Loop 150 mm (6”) wide AQUABAN 200 fabric down into joint. Cover with a second layer of AQUABAN 200 liquid.

CONTROL JOINTS

Ceramic tile, stone and brick installations must include sealant filled joints over any control
joints in the substrate. However, the sealant filled joints can be offset horizontally, by as much as one tile width from the substrate control joint location, to coincide with the grout
joint pattern.

PACKAGING

DYNA® AQUABAN 200 Waterproofing & Anti-Fracture Membrane is available in:
- 3.78 L (1 U.S. Gallon) jug liquid
- 18.9 L (5 U.S. Gallon) pail liquid

SAFETY WARNINGS

CAUTION.
Consult and read the MSDS thoroughly for this product for more safety information. This product is corrosive as it contains Portland cement. Portland cement when mixed with water results in a solution of calcium hydroxide and is therefore injurious to the eyes and can cause skin irritation. Therefore, avoid eye contact and prolonged contact with the skin. Protect eyes with goggles and skin with waterproof gloves. If splashed in eyes, flush thoroughly for at least 15 minutes and consult a physician immediately. In case of ingestion, drink milk or water (avoid fruit juices) and consult a physician immediately.
KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN

NOTICE

DYNA shall not be liable for incidental and consequential damages, indirectly or directly sustained, nor for any loss by application of these goods not in accordance with the printed instructions or for other than the intended use. Before using the user shall determine the suitability of the product for its intended use and the user will assume all risks and liabilities that may arise in connection therewith. DYNA’s liability is expressly limited to the replacement of defective goods. Any claim shall be deemed waived unless the claim is made in writing to DYNA within 30 days from the date it was, or reasonably should have been,
discovered that the product was defective.

LIMITED WARRANTY

This premium quality product was designed to satisfy the user. If you are not satisfied after surface testing on a small area, please contact our technical service department immediately. NO WARRANTIES expressed or implied are offered by DYNA. The manufacturer’s liability is limited to the replacement of products proven defective. The user assumes all risks and liabilities associated with the use of this product. Any claim shall be deemed waived unless the claim is made in writing to DYNA within 30 days from the date it was, or reasonably should have been, discovered that the product was defective. Safety Data Sheet (SDS) Available.

DESCRIPTION

DYNA® DYNACOAT 100 consists of a Portland cement powder, graded silica aggregates and chemicals carefully selected and controlled by DYNA. It is a premium performance, high compressive strength scratch and level coat which when applied over a metal lath, provides a thin and stable mortar substrate to receive setting material for ceramic tile and natural stone installation. It has been specifically formulated to form a dense, hard, flexible and water resistant scratch and level coat. It can also be used as a level coat on horizontal or vertical surfaces when it is desired that a smooth and even substrate is desired for the installation of ceramic tile.
R-MP is a concentrated acrylic primer that enhances the performance and adhesion of a DYNA brand of self-leveling underlayments (SLUs), self-leveling overlayments (SLOs) and cement or gypsum based patching and skim-coating compounds on nonabsorbent surfaces such as ceramic tile, vinyl composition tile (VCT), epoxy moisture barriers and adhesive residue, as well as profiled, absorbent surfaces. Suitable for a wide variety of substrates, PRIMER-MP combines excellent versatility with easy of application and is quick-drying.

LIMITATIONS

- Do not use over presswood, particle board, Masonite, chipboard, laun, asbestos board, gypsum floor patching compounds, metal glass, plastic or any other unstable materials which are deemed unsuitable substrates for floors.
- To be used for interior residential floors when mixed with water. Can be used for light traffic commercial floors when mixed with DYNALASTIC 5000, CERAPLY 5010 or DYNACRETE 5220.
- Do not use in temperatures below 10°C (50°F) or above 40°C (104°F).
- This product when cured is an underlayment and is not intended to be used as an overlayment.

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DIRECTIONS

A. SURFACE PREPARATION

1. Suitable substrates are Exterior Grade Plywood (EGP), CSA-0211 EXTERIOR SELECT or (SEL TF) Douglas Fir plywood according to COFI classification or cementious surfaces.
The substrate when placed over conventional floor joists shall be of a design so as to maintain a deflection of not over 1/360th of the span when a live or dead load is placed upon it. The substrate must be to the recommended tolerances of ANSI A108.5 standards. The substrate must be structurally sound, solid, stable, dry, clean and free of grease, oil, paint, dust, tar, wax, primer, sealer or any other substances which may either affect the cure or adhesion of this product. Ensure that the substrate is secured with screws and glued where possible. Ensure that there are at least 3 mm. (1/8“) gaps between the sheets of plywood and all the perimeters of the plywood.
2. Attach a metal lath and ensure that the metal lath is properly and securely fastened with metal screws, staples or nails. If possible, it is advisable to using screws, nails or staples that have corrosion resistance. Butt the joints of the metal lath.
3. It is also advisable to place a cleavage membrane such as 15 lb. roofing felt or 4 mil. polyethylene film on the wooden sub-floor prior to the securement of the metal lath.
4. If the product is to be used on concrete surfaces then it is recommended that the substrate be primed with BONDCRETE 5210 or DYNACRETE 5220 prior to the application of this product.

B. MIXING

1. Use a clean mixing vessel and pour approximately 3.5 to 4 liters of cold clean water and then add 22.7 kgs. (50 lbs.) of DYNACOAT 100 gradually while mixing. Use a slow speed  mixer (approximately 150 R.P.M.). Mix thoroughly to a homogeneous and smooth consistency. Avoid air entrapment by prolonged mixing, which if occurs will lower the compressive strength of the mortar.
2. Permit the mix to slake for 10 to 15 minutes.
3. Re-stir the entire contents of the vessel without adding any more water to the mix.
4. Wash your mixing tools immediately with water after use.
5. Some stiffening of the mix may occur before all the material is consumed. When this occurs, simply re-stir by hand or machine, but DO NOT add any more water.
6. The performane of this prouct can be greatly enhanced by the use of DYNALASTIC 5000, CERAPLY 5010 or DYNACRETE 5220 rather than gauging water.

C. APPLICATION

1. With a flat edged trowel or wooden float, work and screed the mix to completely fill in the metal lath.
2. Ensure that the mortar has a minimum thickness of 1/4“ when floated and that it is uniform.
3. Ensure that DYNACOAT 100 cures at least 24 hours prior to the application of a mortar bed.
4. It is recommended that a DYNA brand of tile adhesive or tile mortar be used for the installation of the final surface.

EXPANSION AND CONTROL JOINTS

Provide expansion and control joints where specified. Do not cover any expansion joints with mortar. Follow ANSI AN 3.8, “Requirements for Expansion Joints”.

APPROXIMATE COVERAGE

Per 22.7 kg. (50 lbs.) bag, will cover approximately 3 to 4 sq. meters (30 to 45 sq. feet) when applied 0.64 cm (1/4") thick.

CLEANING

Wash your tools with water immediately after use. Clean your hands with water.

PROTECTION

Protect the area of application from foot traffic or heavy hammering from adjacent surfaces while curing. The initial cure is 24 hours. Final cure is 28 days.

PACKAGING

DYNA® DYNACOAT 100 is available in 22.7 kg (50 lbs) bag.

SAFETY WARNINGS

CAUTION.
This product is corrosive as it contains Portland cement. Portland cement when mixed with water results in a solution of calcium hydroxide and is therefore injurious to the eyes and can cause skin irritation. Protect eyes with goggles and your hands with waterproof gloves. If splashed in eyes, flush thoroughly for at least 15 minutes and then consult a physician immediately. In case of ingestion drink water and seek mediacal attention immediately.

KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN

NOTICE

DYNA shall not be liable for incidental and consequential damages, indirectly or directly sustained, nor for any loss by application of these goods not in accordance with the printed instructions or for other than the intended use. Before using the user shall determine the suitability of the product for its intended use and the user will assume all risks and liabilities that may arise in connection therewith. DYNA’s liability is expressly limited to the replacement of defective goods. Any claim shall be deemed waived unless the claim is made in writing to DYNA
within 30 days from the date it was, or reasonably should
have been, discovered that the product was defective.

LIMITED WARRANTY

This premium quality product was designed to satisfy the user. If you are not satisfied after surface testing on a small area, please contact our technical service department immediately. NO WARRANTIES expressed or implied are offered by DYNA. The manufacturer’s liability is limited to the replacement of products proven defective. The user assumes all risks and liabilities associated with the use of this product. Any claim shall be deemed waived unless the claim is made in writing to DYNA within 30 days from the date it was, or reasonably should have been, discovered that the product was defective. Safety Data Sheet (SDS) Available.


DESCRIPTION

DYNA® DYNAPLAN 150 Premium Self-Leveling Underlayment & Topping is used to level floors prior to the installation of ceramic tile, natural stone, resilient flooring, carpet, wood and other floor coverings. It is a quick setting underlayment and can be applied from feather-edge to 40 mm (1.5") thick in one pour. It is a self-leveling, self-drying underlayment and repair mix for interior concrete and engineer-approved floors.
It offers high compressive strength and is abrasion-resistant. Light foot traffic can begin after 2 to 3 hours and vehicular rubber-wheel traffic after 3 days.

FEATURES & ADVANTAGES

The benefits associated with the use of this product are:

- Can be applied from featheredge to 40 mm (1.5") thick in a single pour
- Reduces bond failure and crumbling of resilient flooring
- Cures fast and develops high early strength for quick installation of final floor coverings
- Rated for extra heavy use on wood subfloors with joists to 61 cm (24") per ASTM C627
- Long heal times for extended workability
- Water resistant, non-shrinking
- Pumpable, free-flowing; eliminates sanding and troweling
- Compatible with most adhesives

COLORS

STANDARDS, APPROVALS AND TEST METHODS

- ASTM 109 For Compressive Strength
- ASTM C627 Standard Test Method for Evaluating Ceramic Floor Tile Installation Systems using the Robinson-Type Floor Tester
- ASTM F1869 Standard Test Method for Measuring Moisture Vapor Emission Rate of Concrete Subfloor Using Anhydrous Calcium Chloride
- ANSI A108.01 & A108.02 of the American National Standards for the Installation of Ceramic Tile Resilient Floor Covering Institute (RFCI) — Recommended Work Practices for Removal of Resilient Floor Coverings
- Tile Council of North America (TCNA) — TCNA Handbook for Ceramic Tile Installation, TCNA
Method EJ171

SUITABLE SURFACES AND SUBSTRATES

DYNA® DYNAPLAN 150 is suited for quick-turnaround leveling, smoothing and repairing of interior floors before the installation of floor coverings. Ceramic tile and natural stone can be installed as soon as 3 to 4 hours after application. Other floor coverings, such as carpet, vinyl sheet goods, vinyl tile, vinyl composition tile (VCT), homogenous PVC, rubber and engineered wood plank, can typically be installed 16 to 24 hours after application. It can be applied on the following surfaces:

- Concrete and existing mortar beds that are, sound, dry, dimensionally stable, and fully cured for at least 28 days old.
- Cement backerboards
- Exterior grade plywood (interior) with floor joists up to 61 cm (24") o.c. Subfloors must be properly prepared, bonded, and free from dirt and dust
- Existing ceramic tile, pavers, brick
- Natural stone
- Concrete terrazzo
- Well bonded sheet vinyl
- Cutback adhesive (non-water soluble)
- Properly prepared OSB

SUITABLE FLOOR COVERINGS

- Ceramic tile, pavers, brick, thin brick
- Natural and dimensional stone, terrazzo
- Carpet
- Wood, parquet
- Vinyl composition tile (VCT)
- Sheet vinyl flooring
- Laminated flooring
- Traffic bearing epoxy or urethane coating

LIMITATIONS

- Do not use over gypsum underlayment.
- Do not use when the temperature is below 4°C (40°F). In cooler conditions, use indirect auxiliary heaters to maintain ambient and substrate temperatures. Maintain this minimum temperature for at least 72 hours after applying.
- Do not use on sloped surfaces that require drainage.
- This product is not meant for use as a wear surface as it is an underlayment. For wearing surfaces use an DYNA brand of overlayment or topping.
- DYNAPLAN 150 is for use in dry, interior area use only. For exterior use or for areas subject to prolonged exposure to moisture, use an exterior rated DYNA brand of topping or screed.
- Not for use in submerged applications.
- Do not install DYNAPLAN 150 over particleboard, chipboard, Masonite®, luan panels, metal, asbestos, gypsum-based patching materials or any other unstable materials.
- Do not exceed recommended mixing ratio as indicated in mixing instructions. Over watering will weaken product properties.
- Never mix with cement or other admixtures.
- Do not apply DYNAPLAN 150 over waterproofing or crack isolation membranes.

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DIRECTIONS

A. SURFACE PREPARATION

Surfaces must be structurally sound, clean, dry and free from grease, oil, paint, tar, asphalt, wax, sealers, curing compounds, release agents, laitance, dirt and other contaminants that would prevent good adhesion. Ambient room temperature, surfaces and materials should be maintained at higher than 10°C (50°F). Moisture vapor transmission should be less than 2.23 kg (5 lb.) per 92.9 m² (1000 ft²) per day in accordance with ASTM F1869 or equivalent.
If vapor transmission exceeds the recommended maximum, contact DYNA Technical Services for further assistance.

Always prime the prepared surface with DYNA brand of primer before applying DYNAPLAN 150. Do not apply primer over wet surfaces. Apply the primer with a paint brush, short nap roller or soft push broom. Apply a thin even coat and allow to dry approximately 2 hours to a clear film.

Concrete surfaces must be fully cured and must accept water penetration. New concrete surfaces must be at least 28 days old. Contaminants should be mechanically removed before installation. Concrete must be free of efflorescence and not subject to hydrostatic pressure. It is recommended to mechanically roughen concrete to ensure a good bond. Concrete surfaces can be mechanically profiled and prepared by shot-blasting, sandblasting, water-jetting, scarifying, or diamond-grinding.

Plywood floors, including those under resilient flooring, must be structurally sound and must meet all the ANSI standards. The maximum allowable deflection of the supporting surface must not exceed L/360 (or L/720 for installations involving natural stone or their agglomerates) when exposed to live or dead loads. DYNAPLAN 150 can be used over subfloors of engineer-approved plywood or OSB subfloors. When applying DYNA underlayments to plywood flooring, installation requirements (finished flooring, load, use,
and/or deflection) may require the utilization of a metal lath or diamond mesh on top of the primed surface prior to the application of the underlayment. In all cases one can anticipate better performance when utilizing a lath, particularly over OSB. Differential or excessive movement within plywood substrate may lead to hairline cracks at plywood joints. For a metal lath, fasten every 15–20 cm (6"–8") with fasteners that have a galvanized or corrosion resistant coating. For a 18.2 mm (23/32") plywood subfloor with 61 cm (24") o.c. joints, the metal lath must be a minimum of 1.13 kg/M² (2.5 lb/yd2). All plywood seams should be gapped 3 mm (1/8") and protected by placing a minimum 38 mm (1.5") bond breaker tape over the gaps.

Provide for expansion and control joints where specified, including the perimeter of the room, columns, supports and equipment pedestals. Where control or expansion joints do not exist in the substrate, provide for them in the system.

B. MIXING

SMALL CONTENT MIXES
Use a clean mixing vessel 18.9 L (5 U.S. gals.) and pour the required amount of cool, clean, potable water. Use a heavy duty 13 mm (1/2") electric drill and mixing paddle at 500 R.P.M. Add DYNAPLAN 150 powder while slowly mixing. Mix water and DYNAPLAN 150 powder to a mixing ratio of 5.50 to 5.20 to 5.60 L (6 U.S. qts.) of water per 22.7 kg (50 lb.) bag of DYNAPLAN 150. Upon combining all of the water and the entire contents of DYNAPLAN 150, begin mixing material together to a homogenous and lump-free consistency. This takes from 90 to 120 seconds. This mixing ratio must remain consistent.
Do not overwater material.

DRUM MIXING
Use the same mixing ratio as described above and use a high-speed mixer (at about 1,200 rpm) with a mixing paddle. Typically, this mixing procedure involves two bags of DYNAPLAN 150 with the correct water ratio as described above. Mix to a homogenous, lump-free consistency for about 90 to 120 seconds. Do not overmix. Overmixing can cause air entrapment, which will shorten the pot life or cause pinholing during application and curing.

PUMP MIXING
DYNAPLAN 150 can be mechanically mixed, using the appropriate mixing ratio above, with a continuous mixer, pump and hose or a batch mixer, pump and hose.

C. APPLICATION

Ensure that doors and windows are closed, and turn off HVAC systems to prevent drafts during application and until floor is cured. Turn off all radiant heating systems. Protect areas from direct sunlight.

When working in large areas it can be made easier and more efficient by using conventional piston, rotor-stator or underlayment-type pumps. For best results a team may be required. Work as a team to provide a continuous flow of wet material, to avoid trapping air or creating a cold joint.

Set the width of the pour at a distance that is ideal for maintaining a wet edge throughout placement. Quickly pour or pump DYNAPLAN 150 onto the properly prepared and primed surface in a ribbon pattern. If a wet edge cannot be maintained, reduce the width of the pour.

DYNAPLAN 150 has an approximate working time of 15 minutes at 23°C (73°F). It should be noted that temperature and humidity will affect working time, flowability and setting time.

After placing the DYNAPLAN 150, spread the material with a gauge spreader to assist in gauging out the DYNAPLAN 150 to the desired depth. DYNAPLAN 150 will seek its own level during the first 10 to 15 minutes. For featheredging and touch up, use a smoothing tool. DYNAPLAN 150 can be applied to 40 mm (1.5") thick in one application; if a second layer is required, install immediately after the first layer has set to a walkable hardness. If the first layer has dried over 12 hours, re-prime before the second application. All of the above statements are subject to real-time jobsite temperatures and humidity conditions.

NOTE: INSTALLATION OVER EXISTING CERAMIC TILE, STONE OR CEMENT TERRAZZO
- Skim coat existing ceramic tile, cement terrazzo or natural stone with DYNAFLEX RS 650 (min. 3 mm [1/8"] thick) and allow to dry.
- Prime surface according to the priming instructions and install DYNAPLAN 150.

D. CURING

- DYNAPLAN 150 cures to a walkable hardness in about 3 hours. Do not use a damp-curing method or curing and sealing compounds as this product is self-curing.
- For ceramic tile and stone, allow 4 hours; for impervious floor coverings, allow 16 to 24 hours. Test for moisture content before applying vinyl or wood flooring.
- Protect installation from traffic, dirt and dust from other trades until DYNAPLAN 150 has completely cured and before the final floor surface has been installed.
- Do not subject DYNAPLAN 150 to dynamic loads from fork-lifts, scissor lifts, or industrial equipment for at least 72 hours after installation.

COVERAGE


Approximate Product Coverage* per thickness for a 22.7 kg (50 lb.) bag

Thickness Yield
3 mm (1/8") 4,46 m² (48 sq. ft.)
6 mm (1/4") 2,23 m² (24 sq. ft.)
13 mm (1/2") 1,11 m² (12 sq. ft.)
18 mm (3/4") 0.8 m² (8.6 sq. ft.)
25 mm (1") 0,6 m² (6.4 sq. ft.)
37 mm (1 1/2") 0,45 m² (5.00 sq. ft.)

CLEANNING

Wash hands and tools with water promptly before material hardens.

PACKAGING

DYNA® DYNAPLAN 150 | Premium Self-Leveling Underlayment & Topping is available in 22.7 kg (50 lb.) bag.

SHELF-LIFE

DYNA® DYNAPLAN 150 factory sealed bags are guaranteed to be of first quality for one (1) year * if stored off the ground in a dry area at 18–26°C (65–80°F) with 50% relative humidity.
* High humidity will reduce the shelf life of bagged product.

SAFETY WARNINGS

CAUTION. Consult and read the MSDS thoroughly for this product for more safety information. This product is corrosive as it contains Portland cement. Portland cement when mixed with water results in a solution of calcium hydroxide and is therefore injurious to the eyes and can cause skin irritation. Therefore, avoid eye contact and prolonged contact with the skin. Protect eyes with goggles and skin with waterproof gloves. If splashed in eyes, flush thoroughly for at least 15 minutes and consult a physician immediately.
In case of ingestion, drink milk or water (avoid fruit juices)
and consult a physician immediately.
KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN

NOTICE

DYNA shall not be liable for incidental and consequential damages, indirectly or directly sustained, nor for any loss by application of these goods not in accordance with the printed instructions or for other than the intended use. Before using the user shall determine the suitability of the product for its intended use and the user will assume all risks and liabilities that may arise in connection therewith. DYNA’s liability is expressly limited to the replacement of defective goods. Any claim shall be deemed waived unless the claim is made in writing to DYNA within 30 days
from the date it was, or reasonably should have been,
discovered that the product was defective.

LIMITED WARRANTY

This premium quality product was designed to satisfy the user. If you are not satisfied after Surface Testing on a small area, please contact our technical service department immediately.
NO WARRANTIES expressed or implied are offered by DYNA. The Manufacturer’s liability is limited to the replacement of products proven defective.
The user assumes all risks and liabilities associated with the use of this product.


Technical Data

Test Procedures / Characteristics Typical Values Obtained
Colour / Physical state Gray / Powder
Mixing ratio Ratio of water to DYNAPLAN 150 is 5,44 to 5,68 L
per 22,7 kg (5.75 to 6 U.S qts. per 50 lb.) bag
Density Approx. 2,06 kg per L (128 lbs. per cu. ft.)
pH 12
Application temperature range 10°C to 35°C (50°F to 95°F)
Working time Approx. 30 minutes
Final set 2 to 3 hours
Time required before installation of tile or stone Typically 3 hours
Time required before installation of impervious floor covering Typically 16 to 24 hours, depending on temperature and humidity
Heal time 20 minutes

Compressive strength ASTM C109
1 day > 3,000 psi (20,67 MPa)
7 days > 4,000 psi (27,57 MPa)
28 days > 5,500 psi (37,9 MPa)

Flexural strength ASTM C348
1 day > 600 psi (4,13 MPa)
7 days > 1,000 psi (6,9 MPa)
28 days > 1,200 psi (8,27 MPa)

Pull-out strength (Direct Tensile Bond test - rupture in concrete substrate)
28 days > 410 psi (2,82 MPa)

DESCRIPTION

DYNA® PRIMER-MP is a concentrated acrylic primer that enhances the performance and adhesion of a DYNA brand of self-leveling underlayments (SLUs), self-leveling overlayments (SLOs) and cement or gypsum based patching and skim-coating compounds on nonabsorbent surfaces such as ceramic tile, vinyl composition tile (VCT), epoxy moisture barriers and adhesive residue, as well as profiled, absorbent surfaces. Suitable for a wide variety of substrates, PRIMER-MP combines excellent versatility with easy of application and is quick-drying.

FEATURES & BENEFITS

- Easy to apply with a brush, roller or push broom.
- Multipurpose as it can be used for suitable porous and non-porous substrates.
- Low VOC.
- Contributes to LEED project points.
- Enable the application of self-leveling underlayments, self-leveling overlayments and patching compounds without the need to scarifying the surface.

SUITABLE SUBSTRATES

- Properly prepared sound and stable concrete substrates that are either smooth, nonabsorbent, profiles or absorbent.
- Well bonded and properly prepared tile, stone and VCT.
- Non-cushioned sheet goods if they are single layer only and well bonded to a substrate approved for tile.
- Cement backer units (CBUs).
- Gypsum substrates.
- Epoxy cement terrazzo.
- Well bonded, water insoluble adhesive residues and leveling compounds.
- Dimensionally stable exterior-grade plywood, oriented strand board (OSB) or other suitable wood substrates.
- Thin well bonded cutback adhesive residue.
- Epoxy moisture barriers.
- Well bonded epoxy coatings.
- Difficult to bond substrates such as metal.
- Radiant floor heating systems.

WHERE TO USE

- Residential homes, apartments, and condominiums.
- Commercial buildings, offices, hotels, restaurants, airports, shopping malls, department stores, schools, and libraries.
- Institutional and government buildings, hospitals, universities, penal facilities, military bases, community centers.

LIMITATIONS

- For interior dry environment use only.
- Not to be used over wet areas.
- Not to be used over areas subject to hydrostatic pressure.
- The substrate and ambient temperature must be between 10° to 32°C (50° to 90°F).
- Ensure that the substrate to be primed is clean and free of dust and any bond-inhibiting materials.
- Protect the product from freezing.
- Do not acid-etch surfaces before applying Primer-MP.

SECTIONS     -    035400

DIRECTIONS

A. SURFACE PREPARATION

Ensure that the substrate is clean and free of contaminates, oil, grease, floor finishes, wax, paint, tar, asphalt, sealers, curing compounds, form release agents, laitance and dirt. All substrates must be structurally sound, solid, stable and dry.

B. MIXING

For best results, room and product should be kept at 10° to 21°C (50° to 70°F) for 24 hours before, during and 48 hours after application. Refer to the Safety Data Sheet (SDS) for more information.

- OVER NONABSORBENT SURFACES
Apply PRIMER-MP undiluted. Add no water; no mixing is required.

- OVER POROUS, ABSORBENT SURFACES
Dilute PRIMER-MP with water at a ratio of 1:1 to 3:1 (water to primer). Mix with water in a separate clean container with a low-speed mixer and paddle to a homogenous consistency. Do not mix at high speeds, which may cause product to foam and froth.

- OVER GYPSUM SUBSTRATES
Refer to the chart. Apply two coats if required by visual inspection. Ensure that the gypsum substrate is sound and free of gypsum dust.


Product Performance

Substrate Primer To Water Ratio Coverage in m2 ( Square Feet )
    Quart Gallon 5 Gallon
Porous Concrete 1:3 9.5 (103) 38 (415) 190 (2050)
Gypsum Underlayments

1:4 First Coat
1:2 Second Coat

8 (85)
9.5 (103)

31 (340)
39 (415)

155 (1700)
195 (2100)

Wood 3:1 6 (66) 24 (255) 155 (1300)
Vinyl Tile /VCT/ Steel Full Strength 3.4 (35) 13 (140) 65 (700)
Epoxy Coatings Full Strength 3.4 (35) 13 (140) 65 (700)
Natural Stone Full Strength 5.7 (61) 22.9 (245) 116 (1250)
Porcelain Tile Full Strength 13.9 (150) 55.7 (600) 278.9 (3000)
Ceramic Tile Full Strength 13.9 (150) 55.7 (600) 278.9 (3000)

C. APPLICATION

Read all installation instructions thoroughly before installation.

1. Use a brush or short nap roller for non-porous surfaces or a soft push broom for porous surfaces to apply an even, continuous film. Do not allow product to puddle.
2. The underlayment can typically be applied within 2 to 5 hours after application. Drying times will vary depending on the porosity of the surface, temperature and humidity. The maximum wait time from initial application is 24 hours.
3. To ensure product is fully dried, apply water droplet to surface and rub with fingertip. When water remains clear, product is fully dried. If water turns milky white, product is not dry. Repeat every 30 minutes until water remains clear. Avoid excessive foot traffic and surface contamination.
4. If the dried PRIMER-MP remains uncovered for more than 24 hours, re-apply another coat and install the underlayment within the correct application window.

CLEAN-UP

Clean equipment immediately with water. Mineral spirits may be used to remove primer that has dried on tools.

PACKAGING

DYNA® PRIMER-MP Premium Universal Multipurpose Primer is available in:
- 0.94 L (1 U.S. Quart)
- 3.78 L (1 U.S. Gallon)
- 18.9 L (5 U.S. Gallons)

SAFETY WARNINGS

CAUTION.
Protect eyes with goggles and skin with waterproof gloves. If splashed in eyes, flush thoroughly for at least 15 minutes and consult a physician immediately. In case of ingestion, do not induce vomiting, drink water and consult a physician immediately.

KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN

NOTICE

DYNA shall not be liable for incidental and consequential damages, indirectly or directly sustained, nor for any loss by application of these goods not in accordance with the printed instructions or for other than the intended use. Before using the user shall determine the suitability of the product for its intended use and the user will assume all risks and liabilities that may arise in connection therewith. DYNA’s liability is expressly limited to the replacement of defective goods. Any claim shall be deemed waived unless the claim is made in writing to DYNA within 30 days from the date it was, or reasonably should have been,
discovered that the product was defective.

LIMITED WARRANTY

This premium quality product was designed to satisfy the user. If you are not satisfied after surface testing on a small area, please contact our technical service department immediately. NO WARRANTIES expressed or implied are offered by DYNA. The manufacturer’s liability is limited to the replacement of products proven defective. The user assumes all risks and liabilities associated with the use of this product. Any claim shall be deemed waived unless the claim is made in writing to DYNA within 30 days from the date it was, or reasonably should have been, discovered that the product was defective. Safety Data Sheet (SDS) Available.


Properties

at 23°C (73°F) and 50% relative humidity

Lab Test Results
Polymer Backbone Acrylic emulsion
pH 7 to 8
VOCs 30 g/L
Viscosity 1500 to 1800 cps
Specific Gravity 1.05
Flash Point > 100°C (212°F)
Color White
Application Temperature Range 10° to 38°C (50° to 100°F)
Window of Application of SLU or SLO 2 to 3 hours from application on porous substrates.
4 to 5 hours from application on nonporous substrates
Open Time Dependent upon temperature and humidity
Cure Time 30 minutes to 5 hours
Storage Do not freeze. Store in cool, dry location
Do not expose to nor store in direct sunlight. Do not store open containers
Shelf Life 1 year from date of manufacture

NOTE: Refer to the Safety Data Sheet (SDS) for more information.

DESCRIPTION

DYNA® SL-1 is a high-performance quick-setting self-levelling underlayment. It is used to level floors prior to the installation of ceramic tile, natural stone, resilient flooring, carpet, wood and other floor coverings. It is a high compressive strength underlayment and it can be applied from feather-edge to 2" (50 mm) thick in a single pour. It is a self-leveling and self-drying underlayment and repair mix for interior concrete and engineer-approved floors. It offers high compressive strength, is abrasion-resistant and has a long heal time. Light foot traffic can begin after 2 to 3 hours and vehicular rubber-wheel traffic after 3 days.

FEATURES & ADVANTAGES

The benefits associated with the use of this product are:

- High Compressive Strength
- Self-Drying
- Can be applied from featheredge to 50 mm (2") thick in a single pour
- Reduces bond failure and crumbling of resilient flooring
- Cures fast and develops high early strength for quick installation of final floor coverings
- Rated for extra heavy use on wood subfloors with joists to 61 cm (24") per ASTM C627
- Long heal times for extended workability
- Water resistant, non-shrinking
- Pumpable, free-flowing, eliminates sanding and troweling
- Compatible with most adhesives
- Provides a smooth, level and uniform surface

USES, SUITABLE SURFACES AND SUBSTRATES

DYNA® SL-1 is suited for quick-turnaround leveling, smoothing and repairing of interior floors before the installation of floor coverings. Ceramic tile and natural stone can be installed as soon as 3 to 4 hours after application. Other floor coverings, such as carpet, vinyl sheet goods, vinyl tile, vinyl composition tile (VCT), homogenous PVC, rubber and engineered wood plank, can typically be installed 16 to 24 hours after application.

It can be applied on the following surfaces:

- Concrete and existing mortar beds that are, sound, dry, dimensionally stable, and fully cured for at least 28 days old.
- Cement backer boards
- Exterior grade plywood (interior) with floor joints up to 61 cm (24") o.c. Subfloors must be properly prepared, bonded, and free from dirt and dust.
- Existing ceramic tile, pavers, brick
- Natural stone
- Concrete terrazzo
- Well bonded sheet vinyl and resilient flooring
- Cutback adhesive (non-water soluble)
- Properly prepared OSB
- Radiant heating systems

SUITABLE FLOOR COVERINGS

- Ceramic tile, pavers, brick, thin brick
- Impervious porcelain and glass tile
- Natural and dimensional stone, terrazzo
- Carpet
- Wood, parquet
- Vinyl composition tile (VCT)
- Sheet vinyl flooring
- Laminated flooring

COLORS

STANDARDS

- ASTM C109 for Compressive Strength
- ASTM C348 Flexural Strength
- ASTM C627 Standard Test Method for Evaluating Ceramic Floor Tile Installation Systems using the Robinson-Type Floor Tester
- ASTM F1869 Standard Test Method for Measuring Moisture Vapor Emission Rate of Concrete Subfloor Using Anhydrous Calcium Chloride
- ANSI A108.01 & A108.02 of the American National Standards for the Installation of Ceramic Tile Resilient Floor Covering Institute (RFCI) — Recommended Work Practices for Removal of Resilient Floor Coverings
- Tile Council of North America (TCNA) — TCNA Handbook for Ceramic Tile Installation, TCNA Method EJ171
- LEED Points Contribution ……… LEED Points Available
   MR Credit 5 …………………………… 2 Points

LIMITATIONS

- Do not use over gypsum underlayment.
- Do not use when the temperature is below 4°C (40°F). In cooler conditions, use indirect auxiliary heaters to maintain an ambient substrate temperature. Maintain this minimum temperature for at least 72 hours after applying.
- Do not use on sloped surfaces that require drainage.
- DYNA® SL-1 is for dry, interior use only. For exterior use or for areas subject to prolonged exposure to moisture or water, use an exterior rated DYNA brand of underlayment, topping or screed.
- Not for use in submerged applications.
- Do not install DYNA® SL-1 over particleboard, chipboard, Masonite®, luan panels, metal, asbestos, gypsum-based patching materials or any other unstable materials.
- Do not exceed recommended mixing ratio as indicated in mixing instructions. Over watering will weaken product properties.
- Never mix with cement or other admixtures.
- Do not apply DYNA® SL-1 over waterproofing or crack isolation membranes.

SECTIONS     -    03 54 00

DIRECTIONS

A. SURFACE PREPARATION

Surfaces must be structurally sound, clean, dry and free from grease, oil, paint, tar, asphalt, wax, sealers, curing compounds, release agents, laitance, dirt and other contaminants that would prevent good adhesion. Maintain ambient room temperature. Surfaces and materials should be maintained at higher than 10°C (50°F). Moisture vapor transmission should be less than 2,23 kg (5 lbs.) per 92,9 m² (1000 ft²) per day in accordance with ASTM F1869 or equivalent. If vapor transmission exceeds the recommended maximum, contact DYNA Technical Services for further assistance.

Always prime the prepared surface with a DYNA brand of primer before applying SL-1. Do not apply primer over wet surfaces. Apply the primer with a paint brush, short nap roller or soft push broom. Apply a thin even coat and allow to dry approximately 2 hours to a clear film.

Concrete surfaces must be fully cured and must accept water penetration. New concrete surfaces must be at least 28 days old. Contaminants should be mechanically removed before installation. Concrete must be free of efflorescence and not subject to hydrostatic pressure. It is recommended to mechanically roughen concrete to ensure a good bond. Concrete surfaces can be mechanically profiled and prepared by shot-blasting, sandblasting, water-jetting, scarifying, or diamond-grinding.

Plywood floors, including those under resilient flooring, must be structurally sound and must meet all the ANSI standards. The maximum allowable deflection of the supporting surface must not exceed L/360 (or L/720 for installations involving natural stone or their agglomerates) when exposed to live or dead loads. SL-1 can be used over subfloors of engineer-approved plywood or OSB subfloors. When applying DYNA underlayments to plywood flooring, installation requirements (finished flooring, load, use, and/or deflection) may require the utilization of a metal lath or diamond mesh on top of the primed surface prior to the application of the underlayment. In all cases one can anticipate better performance when utilizing a lath, particularly over OSB. Differential or excessive movement within plywood substrate may lead to hairline cracks at plywood joints. For a metal lath, fasten every 15–20 cm (6"–8") with fasteners that have a galvanized or corrosion resistant coating. For a 18,2 mm (23/32") plywood subfloor with 61 cm (24") o.c. joists, the metal lath must be a minimum of 1,13 kg/m² (2,5 lb/yd²).
All plywood seams should be gapped 3 mm (1/8") and protected by placing a minimum 38 mm (1,5") bond breaker tape over the gaps.
Provide for expansion and control joints where specified, including the perimeter of the room, columns, supports and equipment pedestals. Where control or expansion joints do not exist in the substrate, provide for them in the system.

B. MIXING

SMALL CONTENT MIXES
Use a clean mixing vessel 18,9 L (5 U.S. gals.) and pour the required amount of cool, clean, potable water. Use a heavy duty 13 mm (1/2") electric drill and mixing paddle at 500 R.P.M. Add SL-1 powder while slowly mixing. Mix water and SL-1 powder to a mixing ratio of 4,55 to 5.0 L (4,81 to 5,28 U.S. qts.) of water per 22,7 kg. (50 lb.) bag of SL-1. Upon combining all of the water and the entire contents of SL-1, begin mixing material together to a homogenous and lump-free consistency. This takes from 90 to 120 seconds. This mixing ratio must remain consistent. Do not overwater material.

DRUM MIXING
Use the same mixing ratio as described above and use a high-speed mixer (at about 1200 rpm) with a mixing paddle. Typically, this mixing procedure involves two bags of SL-1 with the correct water ratio as described above. Mix to a homogenous, lump-free consistency for about 90 to 120 seconds. Do not overmix. Overmixing can cause air entrapment, which will shorten the pot life or cause pinholing during application and curing.

PUMP MIXING
SL-1 can be mechanically mixed, using the appropriate mixing ratio above, with a continuous mixer, pump and hose or a batch mixer, pump and hose.

C. APPLICATION

Ensure that doors and windows are closed, and turn off HVAC systems to prevent drafts during application and until floor is cured. Turn off all radiant heating systems. Protect areas from direct sunlight.
When working in large areas it can be made easier and more efficient by using conventional piston, rotor-stator or underlayment-type pumps. For best results a team may be required. Work as a team to provide a continuous flow of wet material, to avoid trapping air or creating a cold joint.
Set the width of the pour at a distance that is ideal for maintaining a wet edge throughout placement.

1. Quickly pour or pump SL-1 onto the properly prepared and primed surface in a ribbon pattern. If a wet edge cannot be maintained, reduce the width of the pour.
2. SL-1 has an approximate working time of 15 minutes at 23°C (73°F). It should be noted that temperature and humidity will affect working time, flowability and setting time.
3. After placing the SL-1, spread the material with a gauge spreader to assist in gauging out the SL-1 to the desired depth. SL-1 will seek its own level during the first 10 to 15 minutes.
4. For featheredging and touch up, use a smoothing tool. SL-1 can be applied to 50 mm (2") thick in one application; if a second layer is required, install immediately after the first layer has set to a walkable hardness. If the first layer has dried over 12 hours, re-prime before the second application. All of the above statements are subject to real-time jobsite temperatures and humidity conditions.

INSTALLATION OVER EXISTING CERAMIC TILE, STONE OR CEMENT TERRAZZO
1. Skim coat existing ceramic tile, cement terrazzo or natural stone with DYNA® DYNAFLEX RS (min. 3 mm [1/8"] ) thick and allow to dry.
2. Prime surface according to the priming instructions and install DYNA® SL-1.

D. CURING

- DYNA® SL-1 cures to a walkable hardness in about 3 hours. Do not use a damp-curing method or curing and sealing compounds as this product is self-curing.
- For ceramic tile and stone, allow 4 hours; for impervious floor coverings, allow 16 to 24 hours. Test for moisture content before applying vinyl or wood flooring.
- Protect installation from traffic, dirt and dust from other trades until DYNA® SL-1 has completely cured and before the final floor surface has been installed.
- Do not subject DYNA® SL-1 to dynamic loads for at least 72 hours after installation.

COVERAGE

Approximate Product Coverage* per thickness for a 22.7 kg (50 lb.) bag is as follows:

Thickness Yield
3 mm (1/8") 4,46 m² (48 sq. ft.)
6 mm (1/4") 2,23 m² (24 sq. ft.)
13 mm (1/2") 1,11 m² (12 sq. ft.)
25 mm (1") 0,6 m² (6.4 sq. ft.)
38 mm (1 1/2") 0,4 m² (4.27 sq. ft.)

CLEAN-UP

Wash hands and tools with water promptly before material hardens.

PACKAGING

DYNA® SL-1 High-Performance Quick-Setting Self-Levelling Underlayment is available in 22.7 kg (50 lb.) Bag.

STORAGE

Do not double stack pallets of DYNA® SL-1, use industrial shelving.
The shelf-life is 1 year if stored off the ground in dry areas at 18-27°C (65-80°F) with 50% relative humidity.

SAFETY WARNINGS

CAUTION. Consult and read the SDS thoroughly for this product for more safety information. This product is corrosive as it contains Portland cement. Portland cement when mixed with water results in a solution of calcium hydroxide and is therefore injurious to the eyes and can cause skin irritation. Therefore, avoid eye contact and prolonged contact with the skin. Protect eyes with goggles and skin with waterproof gloves. If splashed in eyes, flush thoroughly for at least 15 minutes and consult a physician immediately. In case of ingestion consult a physician immediately.
KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN

NOTICE

DYNA shall not be liable for incidental and consequential damages, indirectly or directly sustained, nor for any loss by application of these goods not in accordance with the printed instructions or for other than the intended use. Before using the user shall determine the suitability of the product for its intended use and the user will assume all risks and liabilities that may arise in connection therewith. DYNA’s liability is expressly limited to the replacement of defective goods. Any claim shall be deemed waived unless the claim is made in writing to DYNA within 30 days
from the date it was, or reasonably should have been,
discovered that the product was defective.

LIMITED WARRANTY

This premium quality product was designed to satisfy the user. If you are not satisfied after Surface Testing on a small area, please contact our technical service department immediately.
NO WARRANTIES expressed or implied are offered by DYNA. The Manufacturer’s liability is limited to the replacement of products proven defective.
The user assumes all risks and liabilities associated with the use of this product.


Technical Data

Test Procedures / Characteristics Typical Values Obtained
Physical state Powder
Color Light gray
Flammability Flame spread: 0
Fuel contribution: 0
Smoke development: 0
VOCs (Rule #1168 of California's SCAQMD) 0 g/L
Mixing ratio
Water to SL-1 (powder) per 22,7 k (50 lbs)
4,55 to 5,0 L per 22,7 kg
(4,81 to 5,28 U.S. qts. per 50 lbs)
Density 2,0 kg per L (124 lbs. per cu. ft.)
pH 11 when wet
Application temperature range 10°C to 35°C (50°F to 95°F)
Working time Approx. 15-20 minutes
Heal time Approx. 10-15 minutes
Final set Typically 3 hours
Time required before installation of tile and stone 3 to 6 hours, depending on temperature and humidity
Time required before installation of floor covering or coating 16 to 24 hours, depending on temperature and humidity

Compressive strength ASTM C109
1 day > 2 650 psi (18,5 MPa)
7 days > 3 950 psi (27,2 MPa)
28 days > 5 000 psi (34,45 MPa)

Flexural strength ASTM C348
1 day > 600 psi (4,14 MPa)
7 days > 880 psi (6,07 MPa)
28 days > 1 150 psi (7,93 MPa)

Pullout stregth (rupture of concrete) ASTM C1583
28 days > 400 psi (2,76 MPa)

CSI Division Classifications
Cast Underlayment 03 54 00

DESCRIPTION

DYNA® SL-E is a performance enhanced quick-setting self-leveling underlayment. It is used to level floors prior to the installation of ceramic tile, natural stone, resilient flooring, carpet, wood and other floor coverings. It is a high compressive strength underlayment and it can be applied from feather-edge to 38 mm (1 1/2") thick in a single pour. It is a self-leveling and rapid-hardening underlayment and repair mix for interior concrete and engineer-approved floors. It offers high compressive strength, and has a long heal time. Light foot traffic can begin after 3 to 4 hours and vehicular rubber-wheel traffic after 3 days.

FEATURES & ADVANTAGES

The benefits associated with the use of this product are:

- High Compressive Strength, rapid-setting and rapid-hardening
Can be applied from featheredge to 38 mm (1 1/2") thick in a single pour
- Cures fast and develops high early strength for quick installation of final floor coveringsttt
- Rated for extra heavy use on wood subfloors with joists to 61 cm (24") per ASTM C627
- Long heal times for extended workability
- Water resistant, non-shrinking
- Pumpable, free-flowing, eliminates sanding and troweling
- Compatible with most adhesives
- Provides a smooth, level and uniform surface
- Suitable on floors with radiant heating
- Zero VOC content and low odor

USES, SUITABLE SURFACES AND SUBSTRATES

DYNA® SL-E is suited for quick-turnaround leveling, smoothing and repairing of interior floors before the installation of floor coverings. Ceramic tile and natural stone can be installed as soon as 3 to 4 hours after application. Other floor coverings, such as carpet, vinyl sheet goods, vinyl tile, vinyl composition tile (VCT), homogenous PVC, rubber and engineered wood plank, can typically be installed 24 to 72 hours after application.

It can be applied on the following surfaces:

- Concrete and existing mortar beds that are, sound, dry, dimensionally stable, and fully cured for at least 28 days old.
- Cement backer boards
- Exterior grade plywood (interior) with floor joists up to 61 cm (24") o.c. Subfloors must be properly prepared, bonded, and free from dirt and dust.
- Existing ceramic tile, pavers, brick
- Natural stone
- Concrete terrazzo
- Well bonded vinyl and resilient flooring
- Epoxy-based moisture barriers and epoxy terrazzo
- Cutback adhesive (non-water soluble)
- Properly prepared OSB
- Radiant heating systems

WHERE TO USE

- Interior residential ( apartments, condominiums and homes)
- Interior commercial ( office buildings, hotels, restaurants, and cafeterias )
- Interior institutional ( schools, universities, libraries, penal institutes, and hospitals)
- Interior heavy commercial ( hotels, convention centers, theme parks and attraction centers, sporting complexes, shopping malls, grocery stores, department stores, airports )

SUITABLE FLOOR COVERINGS

- Ceramic tile, pavers, brick, thin brick
- Impervious porcelain and glass tile
- Natural and dimensional stone, terrazzo
- Carpet
- Wood, parquet
- Vinyl composition tile (VCT)
- Sheet vinyl flooring
- Laminated flooring

COLORS

STANDARDS, APPROVALS AND TEST METHODS

- ASTM C109 for Compressive Strength
- ASTM C348 Flexural Strength
- Meets compression and flatness requirements of ASTM F710-17, Standard Practice for Preparing Concrete Floors to Receive Resilient Flooring
- Meets compression and flatness requirements of ASTM F2873, Standard Practice for the Installation of Self-Leveling Underlayments and the Preparation of Surface to Receive Resilient Flooring
- ASTM C627 Standard Test Method for Evaluating Ceramic Floor Tile Installation Systems Using the Robinson-Type Floor Tester
- ASTM F1869 Standard Test Method for Measuring Moisture Vapor Emission Rate of Concrete Subfloor Using Anhydrous Calcium Chloride
- ANSI A108.01 & A108.02 of the American National Standards for the Installation of Ceramic Tile Resilient Floor Covering Institute (RFCI) - Recommended Work Practices for Removal of Resilient Floor Coverings
- Tile Council of North America (TCNA) - TCNA Handbook for Ceramic Tile Installation, TCNA Method EJ171

- LEED Points Contribution ……… LEED Points Available
   MR Credit 5 …………………………… 2 Points

LIMITATIONS

- Do not use over gypsum underlayment.
- Do not use when the temperature is below 10°C (50°F). In cooler conditions, use indirect auxiliary heaters to maintain an ambient substrate temperature. Maintain this minimum temperature for at least 72 hours after applying.
- Do not use on sloped surfaces that require drainage.
- SL-E is for use in dry, interior area use only. For exterior use or for areas subject to prolonged exposure to moisture or water, use an exterior rated DYNA brand of underlayment, topping or screed.
- Not for use in submerged applications.
- Do not install SL-E over particleboard, chipboard, Masonite®, luan panels, metal, asbestos, gypsum-based patching materials or any other unstable materials.
- Do not exceed recommended mixing ratio as indicated in mixing instructions. Over watering will weaken product properties.
- Never mix with cement or other admixtures.
- Do not install over moving control joints (with active cracks) or over expansion joints.
- Do not use as a final wear surface. SL-E must be covered with a finished flooring system.
- Do not install if the maximum allowable deflection of the supporting surface exceeds L/360 (or L/720 for installations involving natural stone or their agglomerates) when exposed to live or dead loads.

SECTIONS     -    03 54 00

DIRECTIONS

A. SURFACE PREPARATION

Surfaces must be structurally sound, clean, dry and free from grease, oil, paint, tar, asphalt, wax, sealers, curing compounds, release agents, laitance, dirt and other contaminants that would prevent good adhesion. Ambient room temperature, surfaces and materials should be maintained at higher than 10°C (50°F). Moisture vapor transmission should be less than 2,23 kg (5 lb.) per 92,9 m2 (1000 ft2) per day in accordance with ASTM F1869 or equivalent. If vapor transmission exceeds the recommended maximum, contact DYNA Technical Services for further assistance.

Always prime the prepared surface with DYNA brand of primer before applying SL-E. Do not apply primer over wet surfaces. Apply the primer with a paint brush, short nap roller or soft push broom. Apply a thin even coat and allow it to dry approximately 2 hours to a clear film.

Concrete surfaces must be fully cured and must accept water penetration. New concrete surfaces must be at least 28 days old. Contaminants should be mechanically removed before installation. Concrete must be free of efflorescence and not subject to hydrostatic pressure. It is recommended to mechanically roughen concrete to ensure a good bond. Concrete surfaces can be mechanically profiled and prepared by shot-blasting, sandblasting, water-jetting, scarifying, or diamond-grinding.

Plywood floors, including those under resilient flooring, must be structurally sound and must meet all the ANSI standards. The maximum allowable deflection of the supporting surface must not exceed L/360 (or L/720 for installations involving natural stone or their agglomerates) when exposed to live or dead loads. SL-E can be used over subfloors of engineer-approved plywood or OSB subfloors. When applying DYNA underlayments to plywood flooring, installation requirements (finished flooring, load, use, and/or deflection) may require the utilization of a metal lath or diamond mesh on top of the primed surface prior to the application of the underlayment. In all cases one can anticipate better performance when utilizing a lath, particularly over OSB. Differential or excessive movement within plywood substrate may lead to hairline cracks at plywood joints. For a metal lath, fasten every 15-20 cm (6"-8") with fasteners that have a galvanized or corrosion resistant coating. For a 18.2 mm (23/32") plywood subfloor with 61 cm (24") o.c. joists, the metal lath must be a minimum of 1.13 kg/m2 (2.5 lb/yd2). All plywood seams should be gapped 3 mm (1/8") and protected by placing a minimum 38 mm (1.5") bond breaker tape over the gaps.

Provide for expansion and control joints where specified, including the perimeter of the room, columns, supports and equipment pedestals. Where control or expansion joints do not exist in the substrate, provide for them in the system.

B. MIXING

SMALL CONTENT MIXES
Use a clean mixing vessel 18,9 L (5 U.S. gals.) and pour the required amount of cool, clean, potable water. Use a heavy duty 13 mm (1/2") electric drill and mixing paddle at 500 R.P.M. Add SL-E powder while slowly mixing. Mix water and SL-E powder to a mixing ratio of 4,5 to 5 L (4,23 to 4,7 U.S. qts.) of water per 22,7 kg (50 lb.) bag of SL-E. Upon combining all of the water and the entire contents of SL-E, begin mixing material together to a homogenous and lump-free consistency. This takes from 90 to 120 seconds. This mixing ratio must remain consistent. Do not overwater material.

DRUM MIXING
Use the same mixing ratio as described above and use a high-speed mixer (at about 1,200 rpm) with a mixing paddle. Typically, this mixing procedure involves two bags of SL-E with the correct water ratio as described above. Mix to a homogenous, lump-free consistency for about 90 to 120 seconds. Do not overmix. Overmixing can cause air entrapment, which will shorten the pot life or cause pinholing during application and curing.

PUMP MIXING
SL-E can be mechanically mixed, using the appropriate mixing ratio above, with a continuous mixer, pump and hose or a batch mixer, pump and hose.

C. APPLICATION

Use a clean mixing vessel 18,9 L (5 U.S. gals.) and pour the required amount of cool, clean, potable water. Use a heavy duty 13 mm (1/2") electric drill and mixing paddle at 500 R.P.M. Add SL-E powder while slowly mixing. Mix water and SL-E powder to a mixing ratio of 4,5 to 5 L (4,23 to 4,7 U.S. qts.) of water per 22,7 kg (50 lb.) bag of SL-E. Upon combining all of the water and the entire contents of SL-E, begin mixing material together to a homogenous and lump-free consistency. This takes from 90 to 120 seconds. This mixing ratio must remain consistent. Do not overwater material.

Use the same mixing ratio as described above and use a high-speed mixer (at about 1,200 rpm) with a mixing paddle. Typically, this mixing procedure involves two bags of SL-E with the correct water ratio as described above. Mix to a homogenous, lump-free consistency for about 90 to 120 seconds. Do not overmix. Overmixing can cause air entrapment, which will shorten the pot life or cause pinholing during application and curing.

Ensure that doors and windows are closed, and turn off HVAC systems to prevent drafts during application and until floor is cured. Turn off all radiant heating systems. Protect areas from direct sunlight.

When working in large areas it can be made easier and more efficient by using conventional piston, rotor-stator or underlayment-type pumps. For best results a team may be required. Work as a team to provide a continuous flow of wet material, to avoid trapping air or creating a cold joint.

Set the width of the pour at a distance that is ideal for maintaining a wet edge throughout placement. Quickly pour or pump SL-E onto the properly prepared and primed surface in a ribbon pattern. If a wet edge cannot be maintained, reduce the width of the pour.

SL-E has an approximate working time of 15 minutes at 23°C (73°F). It should be noted that temperature and humidity will affect working time, flowability and setting time.

After placing SL-E, spread the material with a gauge spreader to assist in gauging out the SL-E to the desired depth. SL-E will seek its own level during the first 10 to 15 minutes. For featheredging and touch up, use a smoothing tool. SL-E can be applied to 38 mm (1 1/2") thick in one application; if a second layer is required, install immediately after the first layer has set to a walkable hardness. If the first layer has dried over 12 hours, re-prime before the second application. All of the above statements are subject to real-time jobsite temperatures and humidity conditions.

INSTALLATION OVER EXISTING CERAMIC TILE, STONE OR CEMENT TERRAZZO
1. Skim coat existing ceramic tile, cement terrazzo or natural stone with DYNAFLEX RS (min. 3 mm [1/8"] thick and allow to dry or prime the surface according to the priming instructions and install SL-E.

D. CURING

- DYNA® SL-E cures to a walkable hardness in about 3 to 4 hours. Do not use a damp-curing method or curing and sealing compounds as this product is self-curing.
- For ceramic tile and stone, allow 3 to 6 hours; for impervious floor coverings, allow 24 to 72 hours. Test for moisture content before applying vinyl or wood flooring.
- Protect installation from traffic, dirt and dust from other trades until SL-E has completely cured and before the final floor surface has been installed.
- Do not subject SL-E to dynamic loads for at least 72 hours after installation.

COVERAGE

Approximate Product Coverage* per thickness for a 22.7 kg (50 lb.) bag is as follows:

Thickness Yield
3 mm (1/8") 4,46 m² (48 sq. ft.)
6 mm (1/4") 2,23 m² (24 sq. ft.)
13 mm (1/2") 1,11 m² (12 sq. ft.)
18 mm (3/4") 0,8 m² (8.6 sq. ft.)
25 mm (1") 0,6 m² (6.4 sq. ft.)
38 mm (1 1/2") 0,4 m² (4.27 sq. ft.)

CLEAN-UP

Wash hands and tools with water promptly before material hardens.

PACKAGING

DYNA® SL-E Performance Enhanced Quick-Setting Self-Levelling Underlayment is available in 22.7 kg (50 lb.) Bag.

STORAGE

Do not double stack pallets of DYNA® SL-E, use industrial shelving.
The shelf-life is 1 year if stored off the ground in dry areas at 18-27°C (65-80°F) with 50% relative humidity.

SAFETY WARNINGS

CAUTION. Consult and read the SDS thoroughly for this product for more safety information. This product is corrosive as it contains Portland cement. Portland cement when mixed with water results in a solution of calcium hydroxide and is therefore injurious to the eyes and can cause skin irritation. Therefore, avoid eye contact and prolonged contact with the skin. Protect eyes with goggles and skin with waterproof gloves. If splashed in eyes, flush thoroughly for at least 15 minutes and consult a physician immediately. In case of ingestion consult a physician immediately.
KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN

NOTICE

DYNA shall not be liable for incidental and consequential damages, indirectly or directly sustained, nor for any loss by application of these goods not in accordance with the printed instructions or for other than the intended use. Before using the user shall determine the suitability of the product for its intended use and the user will assume all risks and liabilities that may arise in connection therewith. DYNA’s liability is expressly limited to the replacement of defective goods. Any claim shall be deemed waived unless the claim is made in writing to DYNA within 30 days
from the date it was, or reasonably should have been,
discovered that the product was defective.

LIMITED WARRANTY

This premium quality product was designed to satisfy the user. If you are not satisfied after Surface Testing on a small area, please contact our technical service department immediately.
NO WARRANTIES expressed or implied are offered by DYNA. The Manufacturer’s liability is limited to the replacement of products proven defective.
The user assumes all risks and liabilities associated with the use of this product.


Technical Data

Test Procedures / Characteristics Typical Values Obtained
Physical state Powder
Color Light gray
Flammability Flame spread: 0
Fuel contribution: 0
Smoke development: 0
VOCs (Rule #1168 of California's SCAQMD) 0 g/L
Mixing ratio
Water to SL-1 (powder) per 22,7 k (50 lbs)
4,23 to 4,70 L per 22,7 kg
(4,5 to 5 U.S. qts.))
Density 2,0 kg per L (124 lbs. per cu. ft.)
pH 11 when wet
Application temperature range 10°C to 35°C (50°F to 95°F)
Working time Approx. 15-20 minutes
Heal time Approx. 10-15 minutes
Final set Typically 3 to 4 hours
Time required before installation of tile and stone 3 to 6 hours, depending on temperature and humidity
Time required before installation of floor covering or coating 24 to 72 hours, depending on temperature and humidity

Compressive strength ASTM C109
1 day > 15,51 MPa (2,250 psi)
7 days > 25,85 MPa (3,750 psi)
28 days > 31,72 MPa (4,600 psi)

Flexural strength ASTM C348
1 day > 3,79 MPa (550 psi)
7 days > 5,52 MPa (800 psi)
28 days > 7,24 MPa (1,050 psi)

Pullout stregth (rupture of concrete) ASTM C1583
28 days > 2,41 MPa (350 psi)

Shelf Life and Storage
Shelf life 1 year if stored off the ground in dry areas at
18-27°C (65-80°F) with 50% relative humidity.
Storage Do not double stack pallets of product, use industrial shelving.

CSI Division Classifications
Cast Underlayment 03 54 00

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