Servoplan Ki 1

Premium self-leveling compound

  • Self-leveling, fast drying
  • Excellent flow characteristics
  • Very low stress, high compressive strength
  • Pumpable
  • Extended coverage
  • Layer thickness from 1 to 20 mm (1/32”–¾”)
  • Suitable under tiles, parquet, hardwood and resilient flooring
  • Very smooth surface, thus reducing consumption of adhesives

Cement bonded, the acrylic polymer enhanced, fast drying, a self-leveling compound for levelling concrete  based subfloors up to 20 mm / 1/32” – ¾” layer thickness in one pour. Servoplan Ki 1 is suitable as a subfloor for installation of:  Ceramic tile, natural stone, textile, resilient and parquet/hardwood floor coverings.

For dry interior areas as well as for moisture class A0 (German) combined with a bonded waterproofing. Also suitable for mastic asphalt attics of hardness class IC 10 in layer thicknesses up to 10 mm Servoplan Ki 1 can be used in the living areas as directly usable floors. To increase the tensile and flexural strengths add Kiesel reinforcing fibers.

The substrate must be tested and prepared according to VOB Part C, DIN 18 352, DIN 18 356, DIN 18 365 and state-of-the-art. Prepare substrate according to Data Sheet BEB or TKB-8. Depending on the type of substrate and the subsequent use, prime with Okatmos® UG 30, Okatmos® DSG, or Okapox GF. On calcium sulphate based screeds exceeding 10 mm / 3/8” use Okapox GF primer.

To optimally utilize the flow properties of the filler, we point out that there is an increased grounding preparation of the substrate. In case of extremely different absorbent substrates, we recommend priming in an increased amount. A system structure assembly must be provided.

Mix Servoplan Ki 1 with clean, cool water using an electric mixer at a max of 600 RPM until free of clumps. After approx. 5 minutes slake time, remix again. Then, pour and immediately apply the compound with a smoothing trowel or rake and leave to level. For layer thickness over 10 mm, Servoplan Ki 1 can be stretched with silica sand (0.6 - 1.2 mm grain size). Re-leveling may be done if necessary, wet-on-wet according to accessibility, otherwise prime again with Okatmos® UG 30, Okatmos® DSG. During drying avoid direct sunlight and drafts. If reinforcing fibres are required, add one bag of reinforcement fibres to the previously mixed self-levelling compound and mix until a homogeneous mixture is achieved. Let it slake and remix it again pouring self-levelling compound immediately and spreading it with a flat trowel.


Light grey




1 - 20 mm (1/32“– ¾”)

Suitable for chair castors (DIN EN 12529)


Application temperature

41 °F to 77 °F (+5 °C to +25 °C) (surface)

Water demand

Approx. 1.26 - 1.37 US gal./bag (approx. 4.8-5.2 l/20 kg)


Possible for layers 10 mm (3/8“) and thicker: 13 lbs. (6 kg) (grain 0.6 - 1.2 mm) quartz sand per bag

Processing time*

Approx. 30 minutes

Walkable* / ready for grouting*

After approx. 1,5 - 2 hours

Ready for installation*






2 hours


1 - 10 mm (1/32”-3/8”)

approx. 24 hours


10 - 20 mm (3.8”-3/4”)

approx. 48 hours

resilient and textile

1 - 10 mm (3.8”-3/4”)

approx. 12 hours


10 - 20 mm (3.8”-3/4”)

approx. 24 hours

hardwood, engineered wood


approx. 30 hours

Floor heating system



ZP 1 - low in chrome acc. to TRGS 613

At 68 °F (+20 °C) and 65 % relative humidity. Higher temperatures and low humidity decrease, lower temperatures and high humidity increase this value respectively.

Slake time

Approx. 5 minutes (re-stir)

<p>Flow Time</p>

Approx. 40 minutes

Compressive strength

5076 PSI after 28 days

  Approx. 1.4 kg/m² per mm thickness

  Approx. 52 sq. ft. per bag at 1/8”

Clean tools with water immediately.

Description Item No. EAN
54 x 20 kg paper bags42060

The aforementioned information, especially the proposals for processing and utilizing our product, is based on our knowledge and experience. We recommend that you carry out your own tests in every case to ensure the suitability of our products for the intended process and processing purposes because of the different materials and the working conditions which lie beyond our area of influence. No liability can be derived from this advice or from verbal advice, unless we are responsible for (criminal) intent or gross negligence in this respect.