weberfix 676Product formerly named: EMIX Stone Fix 676
25kg / bag
weberfix 676 is a high strength, deformable, highly flexible, low alkalinity, fast drying, polymerized, reconstituted stone cementitious adhesive. It is designed to fix reconstituted stone with low alkalinity and can achieve 0.5 MPa adhesive strength in 24 hours. It is specially designed for medium thickness of 5 – 10 mm in a layer. The product is a low alkalinity cementitious material and low moisture content material which benefits reconstituted stone tile fixing. Ideal for installation of reconstituted stone for wall and floor. Suitable substrates are concrete, cement plasters, gypsum boards, brickworks and ALC blockwalls. The product is highly flexible, extra flexibility (S2 class of EN 12002) can be achieved by adding webertec EVA.
- Specialized for reconstituted stone fixing and low water absorption tile , such as homogeneous tile
- Tiling for large sized stone up to 1m x 1m
- Interior and exterior wall and floor stone fixing on cement mortar or concrete
- Compatible to cementitious waterproofing material such as Weber WATERPROOFING series or Weber STONE BACK series
- Extra adhesion that increase bond strength for reconstituted stone / low water absorption tile
- Lower alkalinity to reduce chances of efflorescence
- Setting with low residual moisture within 24 hours
- Flexible with long durability
- Extra final adhesion under exterior weather condition, specially for exterior condition
- Single component: fixed mixing proportion, ensure the quality of work
- Thixotropic and easy to trowel, good workability
- Formulated to comply with European Norm and Chinese Standard
The information and physical data on this website is given to the best of our knowledge under standard testing method and controlled environment. The results may vary with different weather / site conditions, workmanship or substrates. This is beyond our control that we shall not be liable for any faults or consequences arising or associated with this. We suggest comprehensive tests to be conducted before final application. Unless specified, all technical data are average values with curing time of 28 days. We reserve the right to update or amend the contents in the light of new findings during the course of research and development.