The feasibility of using this formula for Porcelain Tiles?

Discussion in 'Tile adhesive | grout' started by Shamil, Mar 31, 2017.

  1. Shamil

    Shamil New Member

    Two-component, Probably like this:

    A component: liquid interface agent, styrene-acrylic emulsion + water
    B component: tile adhesive, formula for the cement 400, sand 600, HPMC 2, redispersible powder 5, fiber and starch ether

    First, brush A component in the back of the Porcelain tiles , and after dring, Stick to the wall with tiles adhesive. is it possible?

    Consult: A component of the emulsion and water ratio? Do we need to add other things? Styrene-acrylic emulsion suitable? Finally, Is the B formula appropriate? How to adjust? Thanks
  2. paul

    paul New Member

    Do not use the emulsion as the interface agent
    If you use the emulsion+cement made of cement mortar as interface agent, and then paste, you can
  3. Alex

    Alex Moderator

    A component + cement is basically feasible.
    B component, RDP need to be increased
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  4. chen

    chen New Member

    A component: Need to add cement, sand. The emulsion content of the total proportion of 10% is enough, the emulsion need to consider the glass transition temperature. The preferred choice is Styrene-butadiene rubber latex.

    B component, HPMC and RDP should add more qty.
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