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Adhesives for health and environment

Kerakoll’s wide range of flooring adhesives for wood, vinyl and ceramic are as friendly to the environment and human health as possible

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Kerakoll has a comprehensive range of high performance flooring adhesives for wood, vinyl and ceramic, all of which have been developed to be as friendly to the environment and human health as possible.

The H40 Eco range of tiling adhesives is made up of different products for all possible solutions, formulated to perform to an extremely high standard. H40 Eco Rapid is ideal for projects with a quick turnaround, H40 Eco Flex is versatile standard setting adhesive suitable for use in many applications, and H40 Eco Rapidflex is the first single-component, cement-based product to be classified as P2 under ISO EN 13007-2. H40 Eco Marmorex is perfect for use with delicate marbles and other natural stone, and H40 Eco Tenaflex will not fail even on substrates that are permanently damp. The white adhesives in the range contain recycled Carrara marble, giving a pure white colour and smooth spreading texture.

The Slc range for hardwood flooring is made up of several adhesives with different characteristics for different situations including heated and flexible substrates. The range for resilient materials consists of adhesives for use with PVC, rubber, vinyl, carpeting and linoleum in a variety of substrates. It includes Slc Eco PU 70 and SP70, both of which are suitable for laying artificial turf on outside pitches. Three variations of Slc Eco S45 are suitable for creating coving sections when laying between walls and floors, and on stairs and corners.

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For more information and technical support visit: www.kerakoll.co.uk

 

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