Latex Modified Cementitious Tile Adhesive
SILIKRETE is a two component latex modified cementious, waterproof, flexible tile adhesive. It is water resistant and does not contain fiber, asbestos & other harmful components.
SILIKRETE is supplied in 30 Kg kit:
Consumption: Approx. 4.0 to 4.5 Kg of SILIKRETE per m² using notched trowel on smooth surface. Consumption will vary according to type of tiles and support condition.
Store in dry covered place in the original closed bags and cans shelf life is 12 months if stored as recommended.
|Component A Appearance / Color||
Powder / Grey or White
|Component B Appearance / Color||
Liquid / White
> 30 minutes
after 10 hours
after 24 hours
|Ready to use||
after 14 days
|Shear strength (ANSI 118.4 – 1999)||
|Adhesion Strength (EN 1348) Initial Adhesion at 28 days / Adhesion after heat / Adhesion after water immersion / Adhesion after Freeze-thaw cycle||
1.80 N/mm2 / 1.50 N/mm2 / 1.4 N/mm2 / 1.2 N/mm2
To prepare the product mix 5 Liters of resin (component B) with 25 kg of powder (component A), mix until a uniform, lump free consistency mix is achieved. For mixing process, a slow speed drill (200 – 300 rpm) fitted with a suitable paddle is recommended.
Spread SILIKRETE on the substrate to a uniform thickness using a toothed spatula, the first pass with its smooth part and the second pass immediately after, using the toothed part of the spatula.
SILIKRETE may be applied for thickness from 1.5 mm-10 mm.
Place the tiles onto the adhesive bed.
Apply sufficient pressure on the tile during fixing it with slight twisting movement in order to ensure good contact with the adhesive.
In case of large size tiles, it is necessary to spread the adhesive also to the backside of the tile and then place the tiles into the adhesive bed.
Apply enough material that can be tiled during the adhesive's open wet time. Spreading large areas may results in drying the adhesive before tiles can be fixed causing poor adhesion.
Remove excess adhesive with damp cloth before the material has set. Joint grouting between tiles may be commenced 10 hours after tiles has been laid on the walls and 24 hours after tiles are laid on the floors.
Tools and equipment should be cleaned with water immediately after use. Hardened materials should be mechanically removed.
All surfaces should be sound, clean & uncontaminated. This preparation should leave an exposed concrete surface free from dust, loose particles, deletrious matter, oil, grease, chemical films & other contaminant.
All loose particles of mortar, paint, etc. must be physically removed.
Concrete or blockwork: should b allowed to cure sufficiently so that all shrinkage movements take place before fixing tiles.
Gypsum supports: must be treated with PRIMER A16. Should not have a percentage of humidity more than 10%.
The surface of substrates must be moistened slightly with clean water to reduce the absorption of water from the mortar. Do not moistened the tiles.
SILIKRETE can be harmful to skin. During application, wear appropriate protective clothing, goggles, gloves and respiratory equipment if necessary.
In case of contact with skin, rinse with water and again wash thoroughly with soap and water. In case of contact with eyes, rinse with plenty of water and seek medical advice accordingly.
If ingested, obtain medical attention immediately. Do not induce vomiting.
The information in this Technical Data Sheet is based on Colmef Monneli’s experience. Colmef Monneli does not accept any liability arising from the use of its products as it has no direct or continuous control over where or how its products are applied. All Colmef Monneli’s Data Sheets are updates on regular basis. It is the user’s responsibility to obtain the latest version.
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