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ALSAN® RS 223 MIXING POWDER SKU: L-RS223

ALSAN® RS 223 MIXING POWDER SKU: L-RS223

ALSAN® RS 223 Mixing Powder is utilized in conjunction with ALSAN® RS 210 to create ALSAN RS 233 Self-Leveling Mortar. It may also be used with ALSAN RS 240 LO to create ALSAN® RS 263 LO Self-Leveling Mortar.

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  • Installation Method 2 Part

Installation

ALSAN RS 233 Self-Leveling Mortar and ALSAN RS 263 LO Self-Leveling Mortar is applied using a notched trowel or masonry float. The applicator is responsible for ensuring conditions are appropriate to proceed with proper application methods. ALSAN RS 223 Mixing Powder is mixed with ALSAN RS 210 or ALSAN RS 240 LO to make ALSAN RS 233 Self-Leveling Mortar or ALSAN RS 263 LO Self-Leveling Mortar respectively.

Refer to ALSAN RS 210 product data sheet, ALSAN RS 233 Self-Leveling Mortar product data sheet, ALSAN RS 240 LO product data sheet and ALSAN RS 263 LO Self-Leveling Mortar product data sheet for additional mixing and application information.

 

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