MODULESCA stair modules can be clad in reconstituted or natural stone elements. This solution is ideal in a garden to access a raised masonry terrace.
- Slabs to glue
- Class C2S mini adhesive mortar
- PU flexible glue in cartridge
- Jointing product recommended by the slab supplier
1. Fill the concrete modules dosed at 350 kg. Be careful not to close the mounting rails! Make sure you have a flat surface without unevenness.
Let the concrete dry completely before going to glue the slabs.
Nota Bene: for laying without concrete, place 2 metal stakes with bent head (you can use concrete) 10 mm in diameter and at least 40 cm long. Pass them through the slots on the back of the module to block the step on the ground.
2. Make a laying plan before starting to glue the slabs. Cut the slabs according to the formats of the steps and the width of them. Glue the slabs on top of the steps before the risers. Use a flexible glue in an extrudable cartridge suitable for this use.
3. Stick the riser (always with a flexible glue in an extrudable cartridge). Place glue pads in the glue "traps" (vertical grooves).
4. Press the slab firmly onto the riser to make it stick. Blow with the fist.
5. Fill the glue traps on the side of the modules, always using the flexible glue used for the steps and risers.
6. Apply side slabs by pressing firmly. The tops will be positioned and glued after the sides.
7. The pose is complete. Make the joints of the slabs with a suitable product. Wait at least 48 hours before using the stairs.
(photos / visuals: © TMP CONVERT JOUPLAST, except special mention)
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