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Old 03-24-2002, 12:03 PM   #1
Bud Cline
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Underlayments - Ditra, CBU

CEMENT BOARD TILE UNDERLAYMENT

Description:

Cement Board is a rigid substrate made of Portland cement, aggregate and glass mesh that provides an exceptionally hard, durable surface that is able to withstand prolonged exposure to moisture.


Applications:

Ideally suited as an underlayment or backing surface for tub and shower surrounds, countertops, flooring and a variety of other interior and exterior applications.


Features & Benefits:

Long wrapped tapered edges are formed smooth and shatter proof.
Highly moisture resistant, will not rot, disintegrate or swell when exposed to water.
Can be used in both interior and exterior applications.
Impact resistant with excellent overall flexural, compressive, and tensile strength characteristics.


Cut to size utilizing a utility knife and straight edge.

This copy appears at and is borrowed from the Permabase website.

PERMABASE mfg by: National Gypsum http://www.national-gypsum.com



OTHER NAMES IN CEMENT BOARD:

DUROCK mfg by: US Gypsum http://www.USG.com
UTILICRETE mfg by: Fin Pan Mfg. http://www.finpan.com
WONDERBOARD mfg by: Custom Building Products http://www.custombuildingproducts.com
GLASCRETE

Fiber Cement Boards
mfg by: James Hardi Co. http://www.hardibacker.com\
Fiberock

Glass Mat boards
Denshield
Gold Bond eXP (National Gypsum)
USG

Foam Tile Backer Boards
Schluter Kerdi
Wedi
Laticrete Hydroban
USG Durock
Johns Manville GoBoard

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Old 03-24-2002, 01:16 PM   #2
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TILE UNDERLAYMENTS (Schluter Systems) "DITRA"

Schluter®-DITRA is a polyethylene membrane with corrugated ribs cut back in a dovetail configuration and a special anchoring webbing (scrim) laminated to its underside. Designed for ceramic tile and dimension stone installations, Schluter®-DITRA serves as an uncoupling layer for problematic substrates, a waterproofing layer, and a vapor pressure equalization layer to accommodate moisture occurring at the underside of the substrate.

For details regarding Schluter®-DITRA <../products/h6.1-ditra.htm> or any other Schluter®-Systems products, please write or call the company at 194 Pleasant Ridge Rd., Plattsburgh, NY 12901-5841, tel.: 1-800-472-4588, fax: 1-800-477-9783, or visit our web site: www.schluter.com. To contact the Tile Council of America, please call: 1-864-646-8453 or fax: 1-864-646-2821.


http://www.schluter.com

edit: There are many of these uncoupling products available now. Currently there are no standards for them so we encourage you to buy from manufacturer's that you trust. Here's a few listings that are on the market today.

Ditra
Stratamat
Redgard

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