BUILDPLAST CONBON Plus Epoxy Adhesive used for bonding any kind of tiles over structurally sound metal or steel substrates. Two component, high strength epoxy adhesive for installation of tiles/stone veneers, wood and metals on different . It is highly suitable for residential or commercial application where area is exposed to high traffic impact.
|Approx 30 mins
|Approx 45 mins
|Shear bond strength
|Minimum 2350 PSI
|Tensile adhesion strength
|Minimum 3000 PSI
|Minimum 11000 PSI
|Duration for light foot traffic
|Duration for normal foot traffic
|Duration for heavy foot traffic
|Duration for grouting
Take one part of Hardener and two parts of Resin in a clean pail. Mix Resin and Hardener thoroughly. Add required amount of Part C powder slowly to the mixed Resin & Hardener under stirring. Mix by hand or use slow speed drill mixer (150 – 200 RPM speed) to achieve smooth, paste-like consistency. Let the homogeneously mixed adhesive mixture slake or stand 3 -5 minutes, stir again and use. Stir occasionally, but do not add water.
1 kg and 5 kg
* Stone Veneers (FRP Based) also called as Stoneers:
Apply adhesive to the substrate with the flat side of the trowel, pressing firmly to the surface. Comb on additional adhesive with the notched side. Use the proper sized notched trowel to insure full bedding of the substrates. Spread as much adhesive as can be covered with substrates in 10 minutes. Bond substrates into wet, sticky adhesive and press with rubber roller to imbed tile / stone veneer and adjust level. Check adhesive for complete coverage by periodically removing a tile and inspecting bedding adhesive transfer onto back of tile. If adhesive is skinned over (not sticky), remove and replace with fresh adhesive. * Tile / Stone :
BUILDPLAST GOLD Tile on Tile Stone Adhesive apply to the substrate with the flat side of the trowel, pressing firmly to work into surface. Comb on additional adhesive with the notched side. Use the proper sized notched trowel to ensure full bedding of the tile. Spread as much adhesive as can be covered with tile in 10 minutes. Place tiles into wet, sticky adhesive and beat in using a beating block and rubber mallet to imbed tile and adjust level. Check adhesive for complete coverage by periodically removing a tile and inspecting bedding adhesive transfer onto back of tile. If adhesive is skinned over (not sticky), remove and replace with fresh adhesive. * Glass Mosaic Tiles :
BUILDPLAST Glass Mosaic Tile Adhesive shall be applied to the surface to be tiled with a notched trowel using a scraping motion to work the adhesive into good contact with the surface to be covered. Notch trowel with notches approximately 4mm is recommended to get a bed thickness of 1.5-2mm. V-notch of 3mm also can be used to get bed thickness of 1.5mm. Apply only so much that can be covered with tile within 10-15 minutes or while the adhesive surface is still tacky. The Glass Mosaic tiles shall then be set in place and beaten gently with mallet or grouting float to insure 100% full bedding. Tiles shall be aligned to achieve uniform joints and then allowed to set until firm. After the tiles are set firm, the face of the sheets of front mounted Glass mosaic tiles shall then be dampened and the face mount paper can be removed.
10 sft per pack of 1 Kg with V notched trowel for a bed of 1.5mm.
(Coverage will vary depending on trowel notch size, type and size of tile and substrate smoothness.)
12 month s shelf life if stored in cool and dry area in unopened containers, protected from sun light.
Apply liberal amounts of clean, cool water to the grouted area. Adding a few drops of dishwashing liquid to the water will aid in clean up. work in a circular motion to loosen epoxy film and finish joints smoothly. If necessary add more water to aid cleaning. Clean film from tile with a damp cotton towel and clean water. Change rinsed water frequently to aid cleanup and minimize epoxy residue left behind. Fingertip can be used to smoothen the joints but care to be taken because flush joint may not get while fingering over grouted joints. Final cleaning can be done on similar way after 2 hrs of first cleaning or after the grouts sets firmly. Time will vary depending upon substrate and ambient temperature. Do not do final cleaning before the epoxy joints sets firmly.
Remove excess epoxy by holding grout float at 70° to 90° angle and pulling the float diagonally across the grout joints. Removing as much epoxy as possible will make final cleaning easier. Allow joint to set for approximately 30-45 minutes or until they begin to firm. Time will vary depending upon substrate and ambient temperature. Do not allow epoxy to set on face of tile.