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712 EUROCOLOUR WOOD WT

712

Flexible and waterproof grout for ceramic wood-look tiles.

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  • 712-ec 1 plus licence uk.pdf

    712-ec 1 plus licence uk.pdf

  • pdf-product-specification.pdf

    pdf-product-specification.pdf

  • 712-safety data sheet uk.pdf

    712-safety data sheet uk.pdf

Product Typification

Flexible and waterproof grout for ceramic wood-look tiles.
Basis : Grout produced by mixing cement powder and water with additives and a high synthetic binder content.
Colour : Rustic, Elegant, Vintage, Silver and Graphite.
Consistency : After mixing, the mortar makes a smooth, lump-free joint grout.

Product advantages:
  • Wood-look colours
  • Waterproof
  • Flexible
  • Fast setting
  • Gains a fine structured joint
  • For indoors and outdoors
  • For wall and floor tiles
  • Suitable for virtually any substrates
  • Joint width 2 to 10 mm
  • Very low emission
  • Emicode EC 1PLUS
  • High strength
  • Excellent processability
  • Low chromate

Colour

The 712 Eurocolour Wood WT is available in the next colours:

Elegant:

Rustic:

Silver:

Vintage:

Graphite:

Performances

Aging : After setting, 712 Eurocolour Wood WT will not show signs of deterioration.
Classification : Complies with CG2W Ar in accordance with NEN EN 13888. Improved cementitious grout with reduced water absorption and increased wear resistance.
Cleaning resistance : 712 Eurocolour Wood WT can withstand household cleaning agents with a pH value of 7 or higher. Cleaning agents with a pH value <7 (acid) will eventually affect cementitious joints negatively.
Consumption : 600 - 2,500 g/m².
The tile size, joint width and joint depth determine grout consumption. Use the following consumption formula to calculate the required amount of grout per m²: tile width (mm) + tile length (mm) x joint depth (mm) x joint width (mm) x specific weight (1.7) x additional consumption factor (1.2) : tile width (mm) x tile length (mm) = kg/m². 

Curing : Depending on the temperature and the substrate, the setting time (through drying and hydraulic bonding) when using 712 Eurocolour Wood WT is 2 to 4 hours for a low-stress and somewhat flexible joint. The floors can then withstand weight.

Application

Application:
Flexible and waterproof grout specially made for grouting ceramic wood-look tiles, ceramic parquet or Ultra stoneware tiles with a maximum joint width of 2 to 10 mm, on virtually all solid structures, such as cement and gypsum screed, sheet metal, floor and wall heating structures etc., and for interior and exterior applications.

Working Process

Storage : Store in a cool, dry place in sealed packaging.
Mixing ratio : Add 5 kg 712 Eurocolour Wood WT to approx. 1.2 litre water.
Processing time : Apply the mixed grout within 35 minutes at a temperature of approx. 20 °C. Higher temperatures shorten the application time
Processing time : Lower temperatures extend it.
Waiting time : After mixing with water, allow the mortar to stand for a few minutes. (This important step is called slaking.) Then mix again and apply.
Shelf Life : 24 months, in unopened packaging. Close opened packaging properly after use.
Application temperature : From 5° to 25 °C (ambient as well as substrate temperature).

* The mentioned values have been established in our laboratory and must be considered as guidelines in view of possible variations in climatic circumstances, subfloor compositions and layer thickness.

Consumption:
600 - 2,500 g/m².
The tile size, joint width and joint depth determine grout consumption. Use the following consumption formula to calculate the required amount of grout per m²: tile width (mm) + tile length (mm) x joint depth (mm) x joint width (mm) x specific weight (1.7) x additional consumption factor (1.2) : tile width (mm) x tile length (mm) = kg/m². 



User manual:
  • For the best possible end result, the joints must be free of adhesive and/or mortar residue, and the substrate and adhesive or fixing mortar must be sufficiently dry when the grouting is done.
  • After the adhesive has hardened (24 to 48 hours), glued tiles can be grouted. Observe a setting period of at least 4 days for wall tiles set in mortar. Floor tiles that have been tapped into mortar can be grouted straight away. Following these instructions will allow the grout to set evenly.
  • The water to powder ratio is crucial for optimum joint quality. Add 5 kg of 712 Eurocolour Wood WT to approx. 1.2 litre of cool and clean tap water and mix the mortar mechanically for approx. 1 minute until it is a completely lump-free, homogenous mixture. We recommend using a 600 rpm mixer. Allow the mortar to slake for a few minutes and mix it again before applying. This will ensure optimum processing and it will extend the pot life.
  • After that (within 35 minutes), use a suitable grouting float to apply the grout generously to the joints.
  • Remove surplus grout from the tiled surface immediately. It is important not to add any extra water to the mortar that has already begun to set. You can, however, mix the grout again without adding water.
  • After grouting, wait a few minutes until the grout starts to look dull. Depending on the circumstances (temperature, relative humidity, tile type and substrate), this will occur after 15 to 45 minutes. The joint must contract properly, otherwise the grout will hollow out. (Tip: If you touch the grout with your fingertip and no grout sticks to your finger, the grout is ready to be sponged off).
  • Dampen the entire tiled surface with a slightly moist sponge or sponge float in a circular motion and allow it to rest for about one minute. This will soak off and loosen any residual cement film and it will be easier to sponge down the tiled surface. If you are using a washboy together with a sponge float, make sure you have rolled and squeezed out the sponge thoroughly.
  • Then finish the joints smoothly in the direction parallel to the joint direction. Make sure that all joints are finished. After that, clean the tiled surface by wiping a clean, slightly damp sponge diagonally across the tiles.
  • After drying, use a clean, dry cloth to remove any residual cement slurry. To ensure that the optimum strength is achieved if the grout dries too quickly (due to heat, draught, high absorption and so on), the grout must be redampened at least once within 24 hours.
  • The tiled surface can withstand load 24 hours after grouting. Tiled floors with a rigid substrate and grouted with 712 Eurocolour Wood WT can withstand weight after 4 hours.
  • Dispose of product residue and water used for cleaning in accordance with locally applicable environmental regulations and do not discharge it into the sewer system.




Environment and health

MSDS : Please visit our website (www.eurocol.nl) for detailed information on safety and the environment.


Articles

 
 Article DefinitionPackaging EAN-code
 712Eurocolour Wood WT 5x5 kg Box  
 Vintage 8 710345 712309
 Silver 8 710345 712408
 Rustic 8 710345 712101
 Elegant 8 710345 712200
 Graphite 6 kg bucket (with box and bottle)  8 710345 712507