Levelling floors and walls

with stable filler compounds


Wall and floor surfaces are seldom in a condition that allows them to be covered with tiles or slabs without doing any prep work beforehand.  That's almost always the case when it comes to restoration works, but even in new buildings it may be necessary to carry out some levelling or smoothing works to achieve the necessary surface evenness (DIN 18202 “Tolerances in Building Construction”) required for thin-bed installation or to make good damaged spots, fill and close butt joints or break-outs.

Besides the above, in many cases, for example for balconies, or in bathrooms, where a flush-to-floor shower is to be installed, gradients must first be produced to ensure the water is correctly flowing off.

For these purposes stable materials such as BOTAMENT M 200 light levelling filler (up to 30 mm), BOTAMENT GS 4 cement-based smoothing filler, and BOTAMENT® M 36 Speed rapid cement mortar are ideal. All products can be used inside and outside and are quickly ready to be worked on and receive coverings.

1

Installation of a gradient layer with BOTAMENT M 36 Speed in flush-to-floor shower areas.

2

Levelling off uneven wall surfaces with BOTAMENT M 36 Speed in layer thicknesses of up to 50 mm.

3

Application of a thin-layer of the levelling filler BOTAMENT M 200 across the entire area.

4

Working over the BOTAMENT M 200 area with a float to smooth down.

5

Applying BOTAMENT GS 4 when using plasterboards.

6

Applying BOTAMENT GS 4 when using plasterboards.