Instarmac ProPave External Tile Grout
Instarmac are a multi award-winning market-leading company. A specialist in the manufacture and distribution of cement and bitumen based products to the world markets for over 40 years. Instarmac have a solid reputation based on research, development and production of innovative materials for use in urban regeneration, tiling, commercial flooring and internal finishing markets.
Instsarmac ProPave External Tile Grout is a high speciﬁcation, decorative, brush-in external tile jointing solution, suitable for use with granite, porcelain and other premium quality natural stone. The product is available in 3 bespoke colours – cosmic black, natural cashmere and storm grey – the perfect choice for a seamless transition for tiles inside, to outside living spaces. Contains colour shield technology for a vibrant finish.
- Ideal for use with 20mm porcelain tiles
- Can be used in all weather
- Walk on in 24-48 hours
- No waste, left over material can be re-used
- Fills joints from 3-20mm
- Part of the ProPave External Tiling System
|Joint Width||3 - 20mm|
|Coverage||Joint width x joint depth: 8-9.5sqm based on a tile size of 450mm x 450mm x 25mm (depth) for an 8mm joint gap.|
|Shelf Life||Shelf life from date of manufacture in correct conditions for sealed bucket is 12 months. Please note: the use of this product after the end of the declared storage period may increase the risk of an allergic reaction.|
|Colours||Natural Cashmere, Storm Grey & Cosmic Black|
|Walk On Time||24-48 hours (dry, ambient conditions with free draining base)|
|Range||Ultra Tile fix|
Will this work okay for a 1.5mm joint gap?
Instarmac ProPave External Tile Grout has a recommended minimum joint width of 3mm. And can be used for up to a maximum width of 20mm.
Joint width x joint depth: 8-9.5sqm based on a tile size of 450mm x 450mm x 25mm (depth) for an 8mm joint gap*
*The above coverage is provided as a guide only and reflects typical tile applications without any wastage. It should not be used as an exact material calculation