NEW – PROSECUREfibretec 2.0
Reinforcement and decoupling mat for maximum reliability during installation of tiles and paving slabs, even for XXL sizes
With PROSECURE fibretec 2.0, Proline provides a proven reinforcement and decoupling mat that promises optimised processing reliability for installation of tiles and paving, particularly for large formats.
Practical bonding solution for tiles and natural stone
Installation of a PROSECURE fibretec 2.0 reinforcement and decoupling mat, thanks to its high compressive and flexural strength, provides a reliable bond between the decorative surface layer and the substrate. The high-tech mat offered in "Proline green" specifically compensates for deformation forces and thermal stresses, which become proportionally more apparent as the slab size increases.
Consequently, any deformation forces that occur can be kept away from the expensive flooring. Logical use of PROSECURE fibretec 2.0 reinforcement and decoupling mat enables installers to "decouple" any risks from the ground up, and thereby to prevent unwelcome surprises.
Design of PROSECURE fibretec 2.0
On the underside, a polymer-protected glass fleece in combination with the worksite-specific gluing system provide a firm bond with the substrate. In combination with the somewhat rough fibreglass reinforcement on the top, this creates an evenly absorbent, extremely bond-friendly substrate for almost all bonding compounds. Except for use under water (swimming pool), PROSECURE fibretec 2.0 can be used in all areas. PROSECURE fibretec 2.0 is alkali-resistant, waterproof and naturally frost-proof.
Despite being enormously functional, PROSECURE fibretec 2.0 is not particularly thick. It features an overall thickness of just 1.5 mm. This brings with it further advantages, since the present dimensions are frequently insufficient for implementing complex floor structures, particularly on critical substrates, such as when renovating older buildings. In new buildings, aesthetic and other requirements for surfaces can be satisfied with a minimum of expansion joints.