Self-leveling mix that can be used to grout large areas manually or mechanically; also, to fill and smooth small holes using thin layer of the product.
BASE / SURFACE PREPARATION
Clean dust from a concrete, cement, gypsum, ceramic, natural or artificial stone surface, remove any remains of the previous care (such as old paint, laquer varnish, grease, etc.) as well as cracked or loose parts. Use appropriate strengthening or base primer to prime the base. Cover areas along the walls as well as around columns and other areas limiting continuous floor area with special deformation band (you can also use expanded polystyrene cuttings, cut into approximately 10 mm thick strips).
Pour 25 kg of dry mixture into 5-5.5 litres of clean cool water, constantly stirring until homogeneous. After 5 minutes, stir the grout again. The prepared grout should be used within 30 minutes (given the ambient temperature is + 20 °C). When working manually, we recommend to mix several portions of grout at once (i.e., prepare the second portion of grout while the first portion is swelling, etc.), so you would be able to work undisturbed making shortest possible breaks when grouting and joining individual grouted areas. Note. Dose water carefully. Excess water weakens the cover. When grouting mechanically, we recommend using machines with double mixer mechanism. Other stages may be performed both manually and mechanically.
CONSUMPTION AND OUTPUT To produce a 2 mm thick layer, approximately 3 kg/m2 of dry mixture is required.
STORAGE CONDITIONS Store in a dry place protected from moisture. Opened bags must be tightly closed.
SHELF LIFE Best for 6 months after the date of production.
Before grouting, make sure that the surface is completely dry. Lay a 2 mm to 20 mm thick layer. Start from the most distant area of the premises and move toward the exit. Pour the grout in 40 cm wide strips, evenly distributing it over the prepared surface. Use distribution spatula or special spiky roller to join separate grouted areas (this helps to thicken the mix and remove air bubbles). During the drying time of grouted area, avoid draughts and high temperatures. The grouted area may be carefully subjected to load after 6 hours (given the temperature is + 20 °C). After 24 hours, you may walk on the grouted floor. When working, the temperature should be between + 5 °C and + 25 °C. Further finishing works may be carried out approximately 7 days after grouting (at an ambient temperature of + 20 °C).
Used to prime mineral surfaces before plastering, painting and tiling indoors and outdoors. Also, the product can be applied before attaching other finishing materials or laying levelling or self-levelling mixtures. After drying, the product forms a moisture-resistant film that prevents the water in adhesives and mortars from being absorbed by the concrete base too quickly and ensures a better bond between the layers as well as their greater strength.Learn more
Reduction of the amount of water helps to reduce the possibility of concrete cracking while hardening. Increases resistance to frost; concrete may be laid at ambient temperature of up to -17C. Speeds up curing of concrete and mortar at negative temperatures. May be used in negative temperatures. May be used for reinforced concrete products; Does not cause electrochemical corrosion of metal reinforcement.Learn more