EPOXY GROUT is hygienic, hard-wearing, impervious, 3 component epoxide resin-based grout with a high degree of resistance to chemical attack, abrasion and impact. This material is available in 3 part, Part A (Resin), Part B (Hardener) and Part C (filler). A three component, in a separate pouch. It does not absorb water,thus resist bacterial and fungal growth. EPOXY GROUT is designed for grouting glazed tiles, ceramic tiles, vitrified, mosaic, and fully vitrified tiles, industrial tiles, granites, marbles & other natural stones joints where a hygienic and sterile condition is expected.
First Mix Part A and Part B thoroughly as mixing become uniform. Slowly add the required amount of Part C and mix until a uniform colour is achieved. If an electric drill mixer is used blend on a slow speed (less than 300 RPM). Immediately pour the mixed grout. Then apply in substrates by its proper appliances.
Available in 1 kg, 5 kg and 20kg packing (Including 3 components)
2 – 3 sft per pack of 1 Kg with 1/4” x 1/4” ( 6mm x 6mm ) square notched trowel for a bed of 3mm Coverage will very depending on trowel notch size, type and size of tile and substrate smoothness and evenness.
1 YEARs 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.