Tipro Epoxy is a three-part system, comprising of PART A, PART B and PART C. For ease of application and the ability to fill tile / stone joints the grout is best mixed to a smooth, creamy consistency.
Tipro Epoxy is Hygienic, hard-wearing, impervious, epoxide resin-based grout with a high degree of resistance to chemical attack, abrasion and impact. The cured grout does not transfer taints to foodstuffs, does not permit the entry of bacteria or dirt and is easily maintained in a sterile condition.
Areas of Applications
The L-Poxy Tipro Epoxy is intended for jointing wall and floor tiles, particularly on surfaces with high chemical and sets and hardens without contracting.
Features & Benefits
Sterile • High Durable joints • Water Proof • Frost • Proof
Hygienic and chemical resistant • High strength • Smooth Surface
Stain and bacterial resistant
Non – Contracting
Colors : white, gray, beige
High abrasion resistant
Method of Application
Joints should be free from efflorescence, laitance, dirt and other loose material.
Remove thoroughly by dry brushing.
Clean: All joints should be cleaned down by washing with water containing detergent, then with clean water.
Ensure the joints are dry before grouting.
Before commencing grouting the adhesive bed must be set. It is essential that the tiles used are appropriate for the service conditions and are fixed in a solid bed of adhesive i.e. ensuring that, as far as possible, no voids are left behind / beneath the tiles. Refer to the relevant product datasheet for setting / drying times.
Protect open joints from contamination and ensure that they are clean, dry and free from loose debris prior to grouting.
Do not grout at temperatures less than 5C or in damp conditions.
Area of Applications
Wall • Floors • Interior • Exterior • Dry Areas • Wet Areas • Work Tops • Swimming pools • Hevily trafficked Flors • Hygienic sterile Areas • Chemical Resistance • Hydrotherapy Pools
1kg and 5 kg
Just add 27%-30% water .
The Tipro Epoxy
consistency can be adjusted to suit the application and site conditions by varying the quantity of Part C added to the mixed Part A and Part B.
Before use shake the bottle of Part B and Stir Part A.
Add all of Part B to All of Part in a suitable, clean Container And thoroughly mix together.
If an electric drill mixer is used, blend at slow speed (less than 300 rpm).
Slowly add the required amount of PART C and mix until all the PART C has been dispersed and a uniform colour is achieved.
Immediately pour the mixed grout onto the working area.