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How do I install plinth insulation

Plinth’s supplementary insulation improves your property’s appearance and protects the plinth from cracks and deterioration caused by thermal fluctuation. Finnish Sokkelieriste Oy provides instructions and services for installing plinth insulations. Installation instructions will tell you what needs to be done before the installation and how to install a supplementary insulation. You can download the installation instructions as a pdf file by clicking the button below or read them at the bottom of the page. You can also hire our very own installer to take care of the installation of plinth insulations. Our installer Jarno Tahvanainen has years of experience in building trade and he will install plinth’s supplementary insulations effortlessly.  Please contact us to discuss the details of your order, so that we can find a mutually satisfying solution.

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Amperla Thermo installation instructions

Installation instructions in PDF format

Installation instructions can be printed as a PDF file from products and services tab-->installation instructions

Before the installation

Before the installation the panels should be stored away from rain and moisture. Remove soil from the root of the plinth up to the frost insulation. Mechanically remove loose dirt and large irregularities from the plinth. The panel is attached to the plinth with attachment or renovation plaster. Follow the manufacturer's instructions on mixing, soaking period and operating temperature of the plaster. Depending on the roughness of the plinth, one 15-20 kg bag of plaster will suffice for 3-5 plates. Plaster is spread with a toothed spatula from the bottom upwards. This way, any possible moisture in the plinth can flow down the "plaster tracks" to the ground.

Installation

Start installing panels to the outer corner and then continue installation with full-sized panels. Shape panels with a circular saw, a hand saw or a carpet knife, if necessary. If the plinth is uneven, you can straighten it by shaping the Amperla Thermo insulation panel. Install panels tightly to the butt joint (make sure that plaster does not dribble into the seams). You can leave a 0.5 – 1.5 cm gap between the panels, which is then filled in after the installation with adhesive sealant approx. 0.5 cm away from the surface of the panel. Press filling sand into the wet adhesive sealant so that the seam will not be visible. Support the panels against the plinth while the plaster dries.

Suomen Sokkelieriste Oy

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Huoltotie 7, 80790 Kontioranta

Riina Tolvanen
tel. 0400 318131

Jarno Tahvanainen
tel. 0500 719072

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