Properties and advantages of KORTE Spitters
- Suitable for vertical components and façades
- Avoids and prevents dirt, patina and dust deposits on façades
- Prevents caustic corrosion on glass
- Industrially produced from polymer resin (epoxy resin)
- Low weight (density approx. 600 kg/m3), with approx. 25% void content
- Aesthetically pleasing
- Fire class B1 (fire-retardant)
- Three types of moulding for an exact fit when applying and bridging
- Simple handling: glue – prime – coat – done!
Applications of KORTE Spitters
Attica sheet for subsequently fitted ETICS
Attica sheet is too short and water penetrates the subsequently fitted external thermal insulation composite system (ETICS).
Dirt and damage to components and façades result.
A KORTE Spitter is applied above the projecting ETICS so that water can no longer penetrate the insulation and then the façade.
Spitter on attica sheet over external thermal insulation composite system (ETICS)
Window reveal for subsequently fitted ETICS
Due to wrongly fitted external thermal insulation composite system (ETICS), the gradient of the window reveal is not correct.
Water runs over the window, resulting in dirt and caustic corrosion on the glass.
A KORTE Spitter is fitted on the ETICS above the window reveal and thus prevents dirt on the component and caustic corrosion on the glass.
Spitter above ceiling shear crack
Ceiling shear crack and shear crack in façade
Ceiling shear cracks arise due to thermal expansion of the concrete ceiling due to wrongly fitted insulation.
As a result, a horizonal crack occurs in the façade and water enters.
A KORTE Spitter is glued on above the crack.
This causes the water to run off ‚correctly‘ and prevents damage.
Spitter over window reveal
Lack of spacing with a wrongly laid angled tile. The water runs over the face end and penetrates the component.
This results in dirt and flaking on components.
A KORTE Spitter is fitted directly below the angled tile so that the water can run off at the ‚correct‘ point and no damage can occur to components and façades.
Spitter adjoining angled tile
Special application on retro-fitted precast balconies
A precast balcony is subsequently fitted. Water runs through the gap between the balcony and the façade onto the balcony below.
This annoys the residents and can dirty the façade.
A KORTE Spitter is fitted on the façade. A KORTE Concave Moulding (e.g. type H100/50) is fitted to the floor of the balcony.
The Spitter now projects beyond the Concave Moulding. This ensures the water runs off at the ‚correct‘ point and prevents damage.
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Concave Moulding with Spitter type, with pre-cast balcony
Handling KORTE Spitters
The mouldings are glued over their entire surface with 1-component polyurethane (PU). Because of the high void content, the mouldings must necessarily be coated (primer, second coat and top coat). Please consult our handling guidelines for detailed information.
Fill out and sign our order form and send it back to us via Fax. We will process your order and inform you.
Private individuals, please note:
We do not supply private individuals. Please contact your chosen plasterer, building company or local builder’s merchant for prices, delivery, etc.