is this suitable as a bond bridge for outdoor pavers
want to make a concrete slurry to brush on back of pavers before laying onto a mortar bed - is this the right stuff for it?
Also how many square meters will it cover?
Thank you for your recent enquiry relating to our product.
Our SBR can be used in this way when you apply a bonding slurry consisting of 2 parts SBR, 1 part Ordinary Portland cement and mix with enough water to create a brushable consistency.
I hope this information helps.
Date published: 2017-03-03
use for tanking
I read on the data sheet that the product can be applied as a tanking liquid. However, there are no more details. Could you please provide instructions.
Thank you for the enquiry.
I am sorry to say that this is an error and we will be removing the statement from the container and any other instructions.
We would normally recommend the use of a tanking slurry which is designed for the purpose.
Date published: 2016-10-22
Cementone SBR on 'No More Ply'?
I have lined bathroom with 'No More Ply' boards, now before I start tiling shall I use a 1:3 mix of Cementone SBR / water? I understand SBR should be done (applied with roller?) prior to tiling and not to use PVA. Can anyone confirm and thanks in advance.
The Bostik Cementone SBR product is designed primarily for use as an additive for suitable cement based mixes and applications. It can also be used to create a bonding slurry using OPC cement to bond renders and screeds to suitable substrates. The product is also sometimes specified for use as a primer for certain tile adhesives and floor levelling compounds but there is no general specification for these types of applications. Consequently you will first need to source a suitable tile adhesive for your application which includes one that is suitable for the type of tile and substrate you are bonding to, then follow the instructions on the tile adhesive product regarding any priming for that product which may or may not include SBR.
Date published: 2017-03-24