3 component acid resistance Epoxy Grout for Joints

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.

  •  Laboratories
  •  Food processing plants
  • Hospitals, abattoirs
  • Kitchen and swimming pools etc.
  • All types of low and high rise buildings tiles grouting where there is chances of abrasion

  • Easy to use,easy to clean
  • Hygienic and non-dusting
  • Waterproofing effect
  • High abrasion and temperature resistance
  • Provides high strength and durable joints
  • Germ, bacterial and fungal resistance
  • Can be used for both interior and exterior uses

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)

  •  Surfaces must be free of all grease, oil, dirt,  dust,  curing  compounds,  sealers, coating, efflorescence, old  adhesive residues and any other foreign matter.
  •  Using a hard rubber grout float, compact the EPOXY GROUT into the joints ensuring that they are completely filled. Work in  small  areas  and  remove  as  much  excess  from  the tile/stones surface as possible. Strike off excess materials diagonally to the grout line. Between 30 – 45 minutes after application (check for joints to be stiff). use a scrubber dampened with clean water to scrub the tile surface in a circular motion (in both clock-wise and anti-clock-wise directions). Clean the tile surface with a fine sponge, diagonally to the grout lines taking care not to drag the grout from the joints. After 12 – 24 hours, clean the tile surface with water and soap solution to remove any epoxy  stains.

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.

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