Product Code: 0574-3
Highly-penetrative, polymer emulsion used as adhesion primer on smooth, absorbent or non-absorbent substrates, before the application of cement-based tile adhesives.
|Available Color(s)||Light Purple|
|Available Size(s)||20 kg||5 kg||1 kg|
|Consumption||0.1 - 0.2 kg/m²||0.1 - 0.2 kg/m²||0.1 - 0.2 kg/m²|
|Coverage Metric||100 - 200 m²||25 - 50 m²||5 - 10 m²|
|Coverage Imperial||1076 - 2152 ft²||269 - 538 ft²||53.8 - 107.6 ft²|
|Units Per Pallet||39||72||324|
Categories: Tile Adhesives, Tile Adhesives & Grouts
Suitable for uncoupling of sound and problematics substrates. Allows subsequent coverings to function as independent layers in relation with the substrate. Suitable for indoor or outdoor walls or floors in a variety of substrates such as concrete, cement mortars, old layers of tiles, mosaics, masonry etc.
High-performance, polymer-modified, cement-based tile adhesive. It is characterized by extended open time and no vertical slip. Due to its special composition, it minimizes the dust produced while mixing it with water. Suitable for fixing ceramic and porcelain tiles, natural stone, decorative bricks etc. on walls or floors on substrates where high adhesion, elasticity and moisture resistance are required. For indoor or outdoor applications.
Polymer-modified, cement-based tile adhesive. Suitable for fixing granite tiles and generally absorptive or non-absorptive wall or floor tiles on various substrates such as concrete, brickwork, plaster etc. For indoor and outdoor applications.
High-performance, fast-setting, flexible, polymer-modified tile adhesive. It is qualified as non-slip (T: slip resistant). Suitable for fixing absorptive or non-absorptive tiles on walls or floors on surfaces made of concrete, brickwork, render etc., especially when high adhesion, elasticity and resistance to moisture is required. Ideal in cases where the surfaces have to be delivered fast for use, e.g. work areas etc. For indoor and outdoor applications. It is classified as C2 FT S1 adhesive, according to EN 12004 and EN 12002.