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Please note: This values are approximate and serve as a rough guide for rightangled joints. The depth of the joints is measured to the rear of the profile. Depending on the processing method, additional expenditure of up to 25% is possible.
Please note: Primer consumption depends on the absorbency of the material of the adhesive edge and on the application method and can therefore only be stated approximately.
(valid for sealants with 25 % movement capability)
The rule of thumb for calculating the joint dimension is as follows:
Sealant depth (t) = 0.5 x joint width (b).
The thickness of the sealant (d) equals 2/3 of the joint width(b).
The ratio between the width of the sealant in the joint (b) and the depth of the sealant in the joint (t) has to be as follows: