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A granolithic concrete material that is floated into fresh screed or concrete which colours, strengthens and creates durable surfaces for concrete floors. It is a special blend of cement incorporating very hard-wearing aggregates, light fast pigments and additives which set rock-hard.
EIFS BaseCoat is a special mixture of various admixtures and Ordinary Portland Cement for repair of concrete and masonry, adhering and surfacing of EIFS Insulation boards prior to applying Cemcrete’s decorative coatings.
To be used on wood floated (rough) and porous surfaces, ensuring a good bond onto the substrate. Dense, impervious surfaces should be grinded to expose the surface pores and to create a relatively flat and level surface.
TAL X-Tech DecoQuartz TF installation guidelines. X-Calibur provides detailed method statements on all its products for use in various applications. These must be referred to prior to starting work. The information below is a summary intended for guidance only.
TAL X-Tech CrystalClear is a clear high performance, solvent free, epoxy coating/sealer and is also suitable for use as a binder and sealer for decorative floor systems.
X-Tech DecoQuartz QB is a combination of colored quartz aggregate and 100% solids liquid epoxy resin that when applied, forms a seamless, colorful, chemical resistant and long wearing floor.
X-Tech EpoxyAqua 100 is a high performance, breathable epoxy wall and floor coating that is also decorative and suitable for use in a wide range of applications.
X-Tech DecoQuartz TF is a three component, trowel applied 3 to 6mm thick epoxy floor screed that produces a non slip, abrasion and chemically resistant floor that is decorative in appearance. It is supplied with a clear epoxy resin and a wide range of colored quartz aggregates. By combining the various colors many individual color combinations can be produced. A high temperature resin is available in area subject to temperature up to 110C.
X-Tech StoneFlow is a cement based self smoothing heavy duty decorative industrial screeding system. It is shrinkage compensated and rapid setting. It is especially designed for use in industrial environments, on both new construction and renovation projects. It is designed for applications exposed to heavy traffic and abrasion, such as factories, warehouses and production areas. It is also suitable for commercial and residential applications.
X-Tech SuperFlow is a cement based self smoothing decorative screeding system which is supplied in a wide range of colours. It is shrinkage compensated and rapid setting. The system is designed to produce a hard wearing decorative floor surface suitable for residential and light commercial applications. It is suitable for interior applications only.
TAL's X-Tech SuperFlow is suitably designed for application onto concrete substrates. Allow all new concrete work and screeds to cure for at least 6 weeks and 4 weeks respectively before proceeding. The substrate must be structurally sound, clean and dry and free from all traces of surface laitance and contamination such as dust, dirt, waxes, oils, bitumen, old adhesives, paint, grease, weak cement screeds, shutter release and curing agents, sealing compounds, etc. All damaged, defective, deteriorated, friable (powdery) and hollow sounding areas must be removed until a solid background is achieved. These areas must be made good before proceeding. The surface must be prepared, by captive blasting or grinding, to ensure that the aggregate in the concrete is fully exposed and open, ie to achieve a Concrete Surface Profile (CSP) of 5 or 6 (Medium Scarification).