CLASSIFICATION IN COMPLIANCE WITH EN 12004
DYK MOSAICA-M1 is produced as high performance (2) cementitious (C) slip resistant (T) extended (E) adhesive of class C2TE
PACKING:DYK MOSAICA-M1 is supplied in 10 kg bags (3 layers kraft , one layer polyethylene)
STORAGE:12 months in a dry place in original packing. Standard taking Size is maximum 8 folds stacking.
WHERE TO USE:
Interior and exterior bonding and grouting of glass mosaic, ceramic, vitreous and marble mosaic on cementitious renders, on vertical surfaces from the top towards the bottom. Internal bonding of mosaic on existing ceramic tiles. Front and reverse side installation of normal or heavy weight glass, ceramic and marble mosaic on pool installations, surfaces subject to difference in temperature like heated pool installations, under floor heating installations, bonding small format tiles in swimming pools and basins, cold room installations, on cement rendered walls. Treat absorbent surfaces like gypsum boards, polystyrene, anhydrite etc. with DYK 100 Primer.
DYK MOSAICA-M1 is a white powder composed of Portland cement, silica sand with special grain sizes, special additives for ease of service, high stability and adhesion strength according to a formula developed in the DYK research laboratories. It enhances the colors of glass mosaic tiles. Mixed with water, DYK MOSAICA-M1 becomes an easily trowel able mortar that can be used on both horizontal and vertical surfaces. DYK MOSAICA-M1 hardens minimal shrinkage and without reductions in thickness. Absorbs tensile stress in temperature differences. Extended Open time 45 minutes. DYK MOSAICA-M1 viable between -50 °C and +80 °C after application done. DYK MOSAICA-M1 resistant to water and freeze. Particularly extended open and adjustability time, making installation easier. Adheres perfectly to all conventional building materials. Do not use for installations that require an adhesive thickness greater than 6 mm. Do not use under +5 °C. Protect installed surfaces from direct sunlight, wind, rain and freeze first 24 hours of application.