BEYEM FIX is a ready-to-use, cement-free, dispersion adhesive, aqueous dispersion copolymer based formula adhesive, with selected granulometry mineral loads and state-of-the-art additives. Particularly suitable for fixing tiles over old wall tilings.
Laying of ceramic claddings, on all types of substrates, in interior claddings. Suitable for small and medium-size ceramics with medium, low or zero porosity. Gypsum board tiling, installation of polystyrene boards and other insulation material boards, wall tiling on existing ceramic tilings, ceramic installation on deformable supports and fixing on plaster surfaces.
BEYEM FIX is suitable for:
- Conventional cement-based and mortar render substrates.
- Gypsum and gypsum wall boards.
- Brickwork or ceramic blocks.
- Hard natural stone, plaster and wood.
- Painted surfaces (provided the paint is properly adhered to the substrate).
- Old wall tilings (tile on tile).
Substrates must be clean, compact and free of substances that reduce adhesion such as dust, oil, grease and with no loose material. Uneven areas must be corrected with suitable smoothing and finishing products. Substrates must be free from any rising damp and have already completed the curing period of hygrometric shrinkage.
Mix BEYEM FIX until complete homogenisation. Spread the paste onto approximately 1m2 small area using a 4×4 mm notched trowel or a 4mm sawtooth trowel to regulate the thickness. Bed the tiles firmly into the adhesive with a slight sliding and/or twisting action, to ensure a good contact and complete coverage.
BEYEM FIX is packed in 5 Kg and 25 kg plastic pails.
Storage: when stored unopened in a cool dry place, shelf life is 12 months from date of manufacture.
Tools can be cleaned easily with water before the product hardens. Hardened product can be remove only mechanically.
Laying of ceramic tiles will be carried out using the organic adhesive that comes in a ready to use paste Beyem Fix, manufactured by the company Rodacal Beyem, Class D1E as per the EN 12004 Standard. The substrate must be sound, clean, dry, free of friable parts, completely hardened and its shrinkage completed. The expansion, division and perimeter joints must be respected. Ceramic tiles must be laid with joint-gap spacers with a width of ___ mm.
For further and complete information about the safe use of our product please refer to our latest version of the Safety Data Sheet, which is available upon request.
Disposal of the product and packaging must be in accordance with current legislation. This is responsibility of the final product user.
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