Schluter Systems Kerdi Waterproofing Membrane Sheet

$1.81

Schluter Systems Kerdi Waterproofing System Membrane sold per square foot

  • Kerdi Membrane for waterproofing your shower wall and floors
  • The width of each sheet is 3.29 feet or 39.5"
  • Order as many square feet as you need
  • Enter your square footage in the Qty box

Kerdi Waterproofing Membrane Sold per Square Foot

Schluter-KERDI

This is Kerdi Membrane sold by the Square Foot. The width of each sheet is 3.29 feet or 39.5".

To calculate square footage, take Inches length x width needed and divide by 144 and round up. If working with feet, take your linear feet needed and multiply by 3.3 and round up. For example, 5 Linear feet x 3.3 feet width = 16.5 SF round up to 17 SF to order.

Function

Schluter-KERDI is a bonded waterproof membrane with limited crack-bridging capabilities. It is made of soft polyethylene, which is covered on both sides with a special fleece webbing to anchor the membrane in the thin-set mortar.

Schluter-KERDI was developed as a waterproofing membrane to be used in conjunction with ceramic and stone tile coverings. Tiles can be installed directly on Schluter-KERDI using the thin-bed method. Other trowel-applied covering materials, such as plaster, can also be used.

Pre-cut sections of Schluter-KERDI are available for inside and outside corners, as well as for pipe collars. Use Schluter-KERDI-BAND, in widths of 5" (12.5 cm), 7-1/4" (18.5 cm), or 10" (25 cm) to seal butt joints or corner joints. Schluter-KERDI-FLEX, in 5" (12.5 cm) or 10" (25 cm) widths, is used to seal expansion joints or flexible edge joints.

Installation sequence

Kerdi membrane Install Step 1

1. Apply a thin-set mortar that is suitable for the substrate.

Kerdi membrane Install Step 2

2. Press Schluter-KERDI fully into the mortar.

Schluter shower Kerdi membrane Install Step 3

3. Work the KERDI into the mortar by applying pressure to the membrane with a flat side of the trowel.

Schluter Kerdi shower Install Step 4

4. Tile can be installed over Schluter-KERDI using an unmodified thin-set mortar.

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