Manto Izopor is an expanded polystyrene board that is produced specially with respect to TS EN 13499 standards for external thermal insulation composite systems. It is manufactured as blocks and rested for some time.
First of all, the surface to be used in the application should be checked to ensure that it is smooth and dry. If the surface is rough and with scrapes it should be cleaned by brushing. Unevenness, major defects and cracks should be repaired by means of plaster. For wood surfaces acrylic based mortar, for the other surfaces cement based fixing mortar is used. Shortly after spreading fixing mortar over the boards, they are adhered to the wall surface so that there is no gap left between the seams. The boards are laid down in an alternating pattern at the facades and the corners. When the fixing mortar is completely dry (approximately after 24 hours) the anchoring process can be started. Special insulation fastening anchors are used which are chosen with respect to the wall properties. Tiled surfaces or surfaces with old plaster are not suitable for anchoring. After anchoring process reinforced layer is formed. Cement based undercoat plaster is applied to the surface by trowel. Afterwards, an alkali resistant, glass fiber based reinforcement mesh is placed on top by trowel in such a manner that the edges are overlapped by 10 cm. Consequently, second coat plaster is applied on the mesh and the reinforced layer comes to an end. When the reinforced layer is completely dry; permeable, solvent-free decorative cladding material with the desired texture is applied to the reinforced layer using a trowel or roller and the process is completed. Exterior cladding thickness and the quantity to be applied depend on the plaster type. Different surface forms can be achieved on the finishing plaster by different polishing methods.