Mapei Ultracontact Gray Mortar 50 lbs
Mapei Ultracontact Gray Mortar see technical data sheet
manufacturer part# 2031050
packaging: paper bag of 50 lbs. (22,7 kg)
available also in white color
Mapei Ultracontact (gray) is a premium, polymer-modified, high-performance full-contact mortar. Its superior wet-out characteristics achieve outstanding transfer to the back of the tile and eliminate the need for back-buttering. Ultracontact is more fluid than traditional mortars, yet holds its ridges regardless of trowel size. It can be used in thin-set and medium-bed applications with all types of tile sizes.
Features and benefits:
• Complete transfer of mortar to tile
• Excellent for large tile and stone
• Interior/exterior use on floors for most applications
Where to use:
• Most interior/exterior residential and commercial installations on floors
• Installation of ceramic and porcelain tile, quarry tile, pavers, Saltillo tile, and most types of marble, granite and natural stone
• Install only at temperatures between 40°F and 95°F (4°C and 35°C).
• Do not use for moisture-sensitive stone (green marble, some limestone and granite), agglomerate tiles, cultured marble or resin-backed tiles. Instead, use suitable epoxy or urethane adhesives. See respective Technical Data Sheet for more information.
• Do not use over dimensionally unstable substrates such as hardwood flooring, oriented strand board (OSB), substrates containing asbestos, or metal. See “Suitable Substrates” section below.
• To use directly over gypsum-based patching or leveling substrates, apply a suitable sealer before use. See MAPEI’s Technical Bulletin 010506-TB, “Installing MAPEI Products Over Gypsum.”
• Use a white mortar when installing light-colored stones and translucent marble.
• Installations of tile over nonporous surfaces, such as waterproofing membranes and existing tile, may require extended setting/curing times.
• Do not use for installations subject to prolonged water immersion.
• Ultracontact is not recommended for areas subject to severe freeze/thaw conditions. Instead, use a liquid latex additive mortar system.