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A.7 Structural assemblies over mortar stilts

Schlüter®-TROBA-STELZ-MR are plastic casting mould rings that are used as installation aids for large format pavers. The 25 mm high plastic rings are installed at the cross sections of the pavers and remain in the assembly once they have been filled with fresh mortar (preferably pervious mortar). This allows for easy levelling of the covering surface. Additionally, the open spaces between the stilts ensure the fast drainage of water that seeps into the joints between the pavers.

  1. Cantilevered concrete slab.

  2. Sloped screed

    The construction has to be sufficiently sloped (1.5 - 2%) to allow for proper drainage.

  3. Waterproofing assembly according to DIN 18195.

  4. Schlüter®-TROBA-PLUS 8G

    High impact drainage membrane for use underneath self supporting pavers and for permanently effective drainage of water seeping through the open joints between pavers. It is important to ensure a drainage channel.

  1. Schlüter®-TROBA-STELZ-MR

    Plastic casting mould rings that are used as installation aids for large format pavers on balconies and terraces.

  2. Large format self supporting pavers

    Made of concrete, natural stone or ceramic material.

Balcony assembly: Loose installation of natural stone on mortar casting mould rings with drainage




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Schlüter®-TROBA-PLUS 8G is capable of absorbing evenly distributed loads ≤ 39 t/m². If the corners of the covering components are insufficient to absorb the load, thin bed mortar support points can be created under the centre of each paver for additional support.   

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