Keraflex Maxi S1(White) 20kg High-performance deformable cementitious adhesive with no vertical slip and extended open time for ceramic tiles, particularly recommended for laying large porcelain and natural stone tiles (thickness of adhesive from 3 to 15 mm). download data
Pot life of mix: more than 8 hours.
Open time: 30 minutes.
Waiting time before grouting:
– on walls: 4-8 hours;
– on floors: 24 hours.
Set to light foot traffic: approx. 24 hours.
Ready for use: approx. 14 days.
Deformability according to EN 12004: S1 – deformable.
Colours: white and grey.
Application: N° 4, 5, 6 or 10 notched trowel.
Storage: 12 months.
Consumption: 1.2 kg/m ² per mm of thickness.
– grey: 20 kg bags;
– white: 20 kg bags.
CLASSIFICATION IN COMPLIANCE WITH
Keraflex Maxi S1 is an improved (2) slip resistant (T)
cementitious adhesive (C) with extended open time (E)
deformable (S1) of class C2TES1.
Keraflex Maxi S1 is a high performance, deformable
cementitious adhesive for installing ceramic tiles, with
extended open time and no vertical slip. Keraflex Maxi S1
is particularly suitable for installing large format tiles; highly
thixotropic for installing heavy and large format tiles on
vertical surfaces without sagging.
Keraflex Maxi S1 contains a very low VOC content that
can contribute valuable points towards Green Star™
credits in compliance with the Green Building Council
of Australia. Keraflex Maxi S1(White) 20kg
WHERE TO USE
• Interior and exterior bonding up to 15 mm thick
on floors of ceramic tiles of every type and size
(single and double fired tiles, porcelain tiles, klinker,
terracotta, etc.) on uneven substrates and renders, without
having to level the flooring beforehand.
• Interior and exterior bonding of stone and agglomerate
materials (provided that they are classified as stable and
not irreversibly sensitive to moisture).
• Spot bonding of insulating material in interior such as
expanded polystyrene, rock and glass wool, Eraclit®
(wood-cement panels), sound-deadening panels,
Some application examples
• Bonding ceramic tiles (double-fired, single-fired, porcelain
tiles, klinker etc.) and stone materials (provided that they
are not sensitive to moisture) on conventional substrates