Eave refurbishment with AEROFIXX
Brush off subsurfaces; if necessary, clean with a vacuum cleaner and wipe down.
2. Spray over birdsmouth joints
In the area around the birdsmouth joints, spray over the joints between rafters and the wallplate with a generous amount of sealant so that any movement of components that occurs can be accommodated.
3. Continue along the rest of the eave
Also apply a generous amount of AEROSANA VISCONN / FIBRE below the rafters in the area around the birdsmouth joints.
4. Seal wide joints
Switch the AIRFIXX to line application and completely fill the gap (in this case, between the wallplate and the knee wall) with AEROSANA VISCONN / FIBRE.
5. Spray over the joint
Set the AEROFIXX to spray application and spray over the joint in a generous manner. Apply the sealant to a width of at least 30 mm (1 1/4") on the surfaces to be sealed. The layer thickness is sufficient when a textured surface (‘orange peel’) is recognisable.
6. Use as a primer
If required, apply AEROSANA VISCONN /FIBRE as a primer onto timber that the refurbishment vapour check (e.g. DASATOP) will be bonded to subsequently.
7. Stick the joint
After the sealant has fully dried, seal the refurbishment vapour check in an airtight manner using TESCON VANA, for example.