MAXKOLA® FLEX – cement adhesive mortar with reduced slip

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MAXKOLA® FLEX

Reduced slip adhesive mortar, high performance mortar with excellent adhesion and flexibility, suitable for tiling of low porosity tiles and on non-rigid substrates, in both indoor and outdoor surfaces.

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MAXKOLA® FLEX

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FLEXIBLE CEMENT-BASED ADHESIVE MORTAR FOR LOW ABSORPTION TILES ON TRADITIONAL OR NON-RIGID SUBSTRATES DESCRIPTION – cement adhesive mortar with reduced slip
MAXKOLA® FLEX is an improved cement adhesive mortar with reduced slip and extended open time (Type and class C2TE), composed of hydraulic and synthetic binders. Once mixed with water provides a high-performance mortar with excellent adhesion and flexibility, suitable for tiling of low porosity tiles and on non-rigid substrates, in both indoor and outdoor surfaces.

APPLICATION USES

  • Fixing of low porosity or non-porous tiles, vitrified tile, glass mosaics, porcelain, marble, natural stone, etc for indoor or outdoor use, on floors and walls.
  • Tiling of ceramic tiles on substrates subject to movements such as facades, under floor heating systems, roofs, timber, plastic, etc.
  • Tiling on substrates subject to water immersion such as swimming pools, fountains, water tanks, etc.

ADVANTAGES – cement adhesive mortar with reduced slip

  • Very high adhesion on non-porous substrates and with good mechanical performance.
  • Good flexibility, absorbing movements from substrate due to shrinkage processes, thermal dilatations, etc.
  • Easy to use. Long open mixing time.
  • Excellent water retention, avoids dampen the substrate or tiles.

Application Method

Apply MAXKOLA® FLEX in a thin layer on areas not greater than 2 m2 at a time with a 6×6 mm notched trowel. This controls the application thickness and avoids the slumping of the tiles placed on vertical surfaces.
Do not apply in thickness greater than 6 mm. While mortar is still fresh, place the pieces together. Then press them with slight twisting motion, until flattening the ridges ensures the tile back achieves full contact with the mortar.
Check the adhesion by occasionally removing a set piece and inspecting mortar transfer onto back of tile.
Material remains workable, at 20 ºC, for 30 minutes. The rectification time is 5 minutes, increasing with lower temperatures and reducing with higher temperatures. Remove excess mortar from the joint before it sets.
Joint grouting can be carried out after 24 hours using a suitable MAXJOINT® range product.

Large format or non absorbent tiles will take longer time. Where tiles are large-format pieces, bigger than 35×35 cm, Drizoro recommends that the MAXKOLA® FLEX adhesive to be applied onto the surfaces of both the substrate and the tile.

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Weight25 kg

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