D+ Cemento Polymer Grout

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D+ Cemento Polymer Grout
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D+ Cemento Polymer Grout

D+ Cemento Polymer Grout is a single part high degree of hardness, calibrated and smooth finish that is suitable for high resistance grouting from 1 mm to 12 mm on all horizontal and vertical surfaces with complete range of tiles and stone. It is thixotropic has a wide range of colors and finishes. The heavy research by engineers for innovations via market feed back has made D+ Cemento Polymer Grout an architect’s choice and user’spride. It was avilable range of colours are developed to match all moods of colours, band including classic indian, victorian, contemporary.
Areas of Application :

  • Floors and walls
  • Floors and walls, for internal and external use
  • For environments subject to heavy traffic
  • For internal and external use
  • Ideal for decorating corrected slabs
  • In domestic, commercial and industrial applications
  • Suitable for homogeneous tiles, ceramics, low thickness slabs and natural stone
  • Swimming pools, tanks and fountains and also in areas subject to thermal shock and freezing
  • Water-repellent and low absorption

Features & Benefits :

  • Easy to clean and maintain
  • High-performance grouting, from 0 to 5 mm, with extra-fine finish, high degree of hardness
  • and reduced water absorption
  • Natural bacteriostatic and fungistatic
  • Single-component with very low volatile organic compound emissions, contains recycled
  • raw materials.

Coverage : Please refer our coverage table.
Packaging : (1kg* 10)
Technical Specification :

  • Apperance White White
  • Mineralogical nature of inert material Crystalline Carbonate
  • Temperature range of application From +5°C to +35°C
  • Foot traffic 12 – 24 hours
  • Joint Width 1-12 mm
  • Pot Life @ 350 ± 20 30 Minutes
  • Cure @ 350 ± 20 24 Hours
  • Temperature Resistance – 30°C To 150°C
  • Water : Grout Ratio 1:03
  • Compressive Strength 24 Hours Min. 4.00 N /mm2
  • 48 Hours Min. 8.00 N /mm2
  • Flexural strength after 28 days > 07 N/mm
  • Compressive strength after 28 days ≥ 30 N/mm
  • Resistance to abrasion after 28 days ≤ 265 N/mm