a. Wet: 0.41 - 0.71 depending on finish
b. Dry: 0.79 - 0.77 depending on finish
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a. 30x30 Cm (12"x12" nominal)
b. 30x60 Cm (12"x24" nominal)
c. 40x40 Cm (16"x16" nominal)
d. 60x60 Cm (24"x24" nominal)
e. 60x120 Cm (24"x48" nominal)
f. 30x120 Cm (12"x48" nominal)
g. 120x120 Cm (48"x48" nominal)
1. Defects, cracks in existing work that affect proper execution of tile installation. Foundation must be absolutely dry, stable, solid, resistant to compression, and free of dust, grease, wax, paint and anything else that may impair adhesion. Foundation must be sufficiently mature. The maturity is calculated as about 6-8 days per Cm of thickness unless special quick-drying cements are used.
2. Variances beyond allowable tolerances. Maximum variation in subfloor not to exceed 1/8" in 10'0" from required plane.
3. Foundation moisture must be within acceptable industry limits. Excessive foundation moisture cannot escape through quartz material and may therefore cause detachment and warping.
1. Apply latex cement mortar, conform with ANSI A118.4 utilizing a 3/8" x 1/4" square notch trowel. Use Two component Granirapid Mapei (or similar, Laticrete, Kerakoll etc.) made up of component A (bag of powder) and component B (thin of latex). Follow the manufacturer's instruction to obtain the correct mix.
2. Apply thin set for a minimum of 1/8" setting bed. Allow for thinset manufacturers' recommended setting time before grouting.
3. Coat underside of each unit with latex cement mortar, firmly set, tamp into bedding to ensure minimum 95% surface contact with mortar bed.
4. All units to be installed level, square, parallel, except where otherwise indicated in a true plane with adjacent units and other floor finishes.
5. Maintain a 2-3 mm joint for smaller tiles and 4-5 mm joint for larger units.
1. Over all structural expansion joints
2. All perimeter edges to have soft joints.