Discussion in 'NZ Tilers Forum' started by Bob Neary, Jun 12, 2013.
When you say this do you mean failures with substrates or failures with seat belts eeek!
same with ply evey body giving less and we get the blame
look very close jay and you will see this is not lattrue movement the only thing that decouplers guarantee up to 3mm. tiles decouple with latral movement not break but it is the floor going down while the other side comes up witch is the main cause of floor here witch no decoupler would handle
Correct that is why i posted it
Control joint can move in both directions
you are write here but only 2-3mm in one diretion you have movement here going on in two diffrent directions at once a fall of 6-10mm plus greating a donward pushing force of 2-4mm if you bridge this evenly the stress is spread loaded
But just how far do you bridge it (one tile in both directions or more ) and as you know tiles are getting bigger
1200mm each way
We talking 600 mm x 600 mm tiles then
1200mm from join in floor a 2400 x 1200 sheet should do
Mind you a tad surprised that the decouple rs only move 3mm // you would nearley get away with a S1 adh
and the rest of the floor were the sheet finishes and the existing sub continues
by the way that should give movement between layers of letts say 2400mm 2.4mm a merter given a 10 mm movment bal flex could handle that
of cources your write but why would they garntee them for more than the stiky that way they would have to take the blame
Ah but here is the catch they don't recommend a modified adh with there product just a normal C1 so they are leaving the door open
you get it .thats why its always our fault .we can go to the moon .why do you think they make so many diffrent stickys when they could make only two .every body makes money out of faluers but us and the client
Think i found some tyres for AOS van
and look the body fits to bet his tools are in the back
Crying with laughter here Ray
Right back on track anti fracture membranes or crack suppressors they to can handle up to 3 mm of movement (well the good ones ) were would you use them Ray
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