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Schlüter®-KERDI-BOARD-NLT/-NLT-BR

Material

Schlüter-KERDI-BOARD-N/-NLT is a panel made of extruded rigid XPS foam with a thickness of 12.5 mm, which is laminated with a special, cement-free reinforcement material and a fleece fabric on both sides for effective anchoring of thin-bed tile adhesives or rendered covering materials. The upper face of the board is imprinted with 10 x 10 mm gridlines.

Material properties and areas of application

Schlüter-KERDI-BOARD-N/-NLT is waterproof and resistant to any chemical stresses that typically occur in conjunction with tiled coverings. Where required, a certified bonded waterproofing assembly can be created with Schlüter-KERDI or -KERDI-BOARD.

KERDI-BOARD-N/-NLT is completely level, does not warp, and is not susceptible to moisture. The material is age-resistant and highly durable.

KERDI-BOARD-N/-NLT is ideal for a wide variety of applications.

Substrates must be checked for sufficient stability and other project-related requirements.

In certain cases, the suitability of the Schlüter-LIPROTEC modules must be verified, based on the anticipated chemical or mechanical stresses. The information provided below is intended as a general guideline.

Anodised aluminium: The aluminium features an anodised finish that retains a uniform appearance during normal use.

Aluminium is sensitive to alkaline media.

Cementitious materials, in conjunction with moisture, become alkaline, which may result in corrosion depending on the concentration and length of exposure (aluminium hydroxide formation).

For this reason, remove adhesive and grout immediately from all visible areas and do not cover freshly installed coverings with foil.


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Beveridge Lane, Coalville,
Leicestershire, LE67 1TE
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