Two-component epoxy system that combines a pigmented hardener with the container of resins and lightweight recycled aggregates
to fill joint widths from 1/16" to 1/2" (1.5-13 mm). Its lightweight properties make it spread like a cement based grout and allow it to
cling in vertical joints without an additive like no other epoxy grout can while
still allowing for easy water based clean-up. It offers maximum resistance to staining and chemical attack from food,
beverages,chemicals and cleaning agents.
CEG-Lite can be used as both a grout and as a setting mortar Use with virtually any tile - vitreous, semi-vitreous or impervious tile
including ceramic, mosaic, quarry, pavers, cement, porcelain, glass,brick, mini-brick, precast terrazzo and natural stone, including
green marble Use to fill joint widths from 1/16" to 1/2" (1.6 – 13 mm) It may be used for both floor or wall installations after tiles have
been properly embedded Interior and exterior applications
Excellent for use in applications in industrial plants, particularly chemical and food processing plants such as dairies, breweries,
bottling plants and textile and metal finishing plants, where the use of acids, alkalis, solvents, strong detergents and other
chemicals would normally cause erosion and damage to the setting beds and grout
joints Hospitals, restaurants, food preparation areas and similar installations where clinical sanitation is maintained by harsh
cleaning methods Countertops, backsplashes, tub and shower areas, sunken tile tubs and
swimming pools that are continually wet Plumb and true masonry, concrete, cured Portland cement mortar
beds Bonds directly to brick, ceramic tile, cementitious back units, steel,glass and fiberglass
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2-Part 100% Solids Epoxy
Color consistent, stain and chemical
Easy to spread and clean-up
No additive needed for critical
A. Silicone Tub-and-Tile Caulk
Apply at wall corners or where the wall meets the bathtub.
B. Grout Enhancer
Instead of water, mix this with grout to improve its durability and stain resistance.
Use sanded for wide joints (1/16 to 1/8 inch), unsanded for narrower joints.
D. Cleaning Supplies
Cleaner and sponge for removing soap scum, hard-water deposits and mildew.
E, F. Floats
Use hard rubber (E) for applying epoxy grouts; use soft sponge rubber (F) for standard grout.
G. Rubber Gloves
Spend a little more for heavy-duty tile work gloves, not the dishwashing variety.
H. Scrub Brush
Removes grout dust after joints have been cut out.
I. Grout Saw
Cuts failed grout out of joints.
J. Tile Sponge
Wipes off excess grout.
Buckets, soft cotton rags, kneepads for regrouting floors.
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LATICRETE SpectraLOCK 2000 IG
LATICRETE SpectraLOCK 2000 IG is a highly chemical resistant industrial grade epoxy grout for: ceramic tile, pavers, floor
brick, packing house tile, and stone. LATICRETE SpectraLOCK 2000 IG is supplied as factory proportioned kits consisting of
epoxy resin, hardener, and chemical resistant silica filler.
Usage—Use in corrosive environments such as:
Industrial—bakeries, dairies, cheese factories, breweries, CIP rooms, meat packing plants, soft drink plants, confectioneries,
canneries, distilleries, pharmaceutical factories, veterinary hospitals, clinics and kennels.
Commercial—institutional kitchens, fast food restaurants, cafeterias, laboratories, supermarkets.
High chemical resistance
Improved temperature resistance
Maximum physical strength
Highly resistant to bacteria attack
Exceeds ANSI 118.3 (Epoxy) and ANSI 118.5 (Furan) performance requirements
Grout may remain in pail while grouting
Cures at low temperature
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