C-Cure PermaBond Ultra Mastic Pail$32.99
C-Cure PermaBond Ultra Mastic - Pail
A superior strength adhesive composed of the highest quality organic resins and latexes. It has been formulated to perform equally well for both wall and floor tile installations.
PERMABOND ULTRA 1002 is a Type I adhesive designed specifically for the installation of vitreous and non-vitreous ceramic wall and floor tile on vertical or horizontal surfaces. It is easy to apply, non-flammable and safer to use than adhesives containing flammable solvents.
Apex 40 - 60 sq. ft per gallon when applied with a 3/16" x 14" V-Notch Trowel.
35 - 50 sq. ft per gallon when applied with a 1/4" x 1/4" x 1/4" Square-Notch Trowel
Areas of Use: Suitable backings, when properly prepared, include plumb and true masonry, gypsum wallboard, gypsum plaster, exterior grade plywood (EGP) (dry interior use only), cementitious backer units, smooth concrete and plaster.
Application: For ease of application and best results, it is suggested that the adhesive be brought to a temperature range of 40f to 80f (4c to 27c). CURELASTIC 949
The type of tile to be installed and surface conditions will determine the notch size of the trowel to be used. Apply PERMABOND ULTRA 1002 with the flat side of the trowel to key adhesive into the substrate for uniform coverage. In areas that will be subjected to moisture, it is important that a skim coat of PERMABOND ULTRA 1002 adhesive be applied first and allowed to dry. Additional adhesive should be applied with the notch side of the trowel on areas only as large as can be covered with tile before the adhesive skins over. Remove any adhesive that skins over and reapply fresh adhesive.
Press tiles into adhesive with a twisting motion to ensure an average contact to back of tiles of 95%. Embedding of tiles with a beating block will ensure maximum contact and proper alignment.
Check occasionally to make sure adhesive has not skinned over by removing a tile to check for transfer of adhesive to tile.
Allow membrane to dry for 24 hours before application of tile bond coat..
CURING AND GROUTING Under normal conditions, 75f (24c), tiles may be grouted within 24 hours. During damp cure of cement grouts, caution should be used to prevent excessive saturation with water of the adhesive during initial cure.
Conforms to requirements for organic adhesives as found in ANSI A136.1 Type I and ANSI A108.4