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Pick Mapei coatings for original floors and walls

Ultratop Loft is a cement based system that is used to create bespoke flooring and wall coverings with a textured decorative mottled effect

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Mapei Utratop Loft cement-based flooring and wall covering in a residential setting.
Mapei Utratop Loft cement-based flooring and wall covering in a residential setting.

Mapei’s Ultratop Loft range features two coating products for creating original decorative interior floors and walls with pronounced effects: coarse-grained Ultratop Loft F and finer grained Ultratop Loft W. 

Forming a non-self-levelling, trowellable cementitious paste when mixed with water, both products can be easily applied by hand with a smooth rubber or steel trowel in layers up to 2mm thick.

The Ultratop Loft range is ideal for creating bespoke floors that will be subjected to intense pedestrian traffic in areas such as hotels, cafes, restaurants and shops, as well as for interior decor purposes in residential and commercial buildings. The products are also certified for marine projects.

Ultratop Loft F and Ultratop Loft W are rapid drying and set to foot traffic within three hours, ensuring treated surfaces are quickly ready for use. They can be used on new floors and to refurbish existing floors and walls. 

Mapei’s Ultratop Easycolor System can be used to produce specific colours from a wide palette to create floors and walls with distinct tones and textures that are versatile, hardwearing and unique. Ultratop Loft is available in white and natural, providing a variation of tone when the colour additive is mixed.

  • Mapei Utratop Loft cement-based flooring and walls in a retail setting.
    Mapei Utratop Loft cement-based flooring and walls in a retail setting.
  • Mapei Utratop Loft cement-based flooring and staircase in a restaurant.
    Mapei Utratop Loft cement-based flooring and staircase in a restaurant.
  • Mapei Utratop Loft cement-based flooring in a hotel and spa setting.
    Mapei Utratop Loft cement-based flooring in a hotel and spa setting.
  • Mapei Utratop Loft: original bespoke floors.
    Mapei Utratop Loft: original bespoke floors.
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A finishing product from the Mapefloor Finish range, with a choice of three sheen levels, can be applied six to 24 hours after a final coat of Ultratop Loft F or Ultratop Loft W to protect the treated surface and to make it non-absorbent. The desired finished effect will determine which finishing product is the most suitable.

Both products are packaged to maintain a long shelf life and will remain stable for up to 24 months when stored in a dry place.

Complying with necessary regulations under the US Green Building Council, Ultratop Loft F and Ultratop Loft W conform to Mapei’s commitment to the environment through green innovation.

For more information and technical support, visit mapei.co.uk

 

Contact:

0121 508 6970

info@mapei.co.uk


 

 

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