BOTAMENT M 32SUPAX is a joint mortar with hydrophobic
effect suitable for a vast range of application areas and for
slurry application in joint widths up to 5 mm. The product is
suited for grouting wall and floor coverings in both interior and
In order to prevent discoloration the tile adhesive must be
fully set and cured before grouting can commence.
Any adhesive residue, separating agents or dirt must be
removed from the joints. If needed pre-moisten absorbent
coverings first; if coverings are highly absorbent repeat the
process several times (but avoid standing moisture).
Flexible joints must be sealed using BOTAMENT S 5SUPAX
All times stated refer to the standard atmosphere of + 23 °C and 50 % relative humidity. Higher temperatures and lower humidity accelerate, while lower temperatures and higher humidity delay processing time and curing.
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mix up using cold, clean water while stirring continuously
The following factors may result in colour discrepancies or
with a slow rotating agitator until a homogeneous mass
briefly stir again after the maturing time
grout tile covering using a rubber trowel
strong differences in the absorbency of the substrate
removing excess material diagonally across the
before forming the joint check its strength by pressing
soiling of subsequent structural parts
dirty mixing water or cleaning water
clean the surface using a hydro sponge (change cleaning excess water levels water frequently)
remove mortar film once BOTAMENT M 32SUPAX has
Due to changes in raw material there may be colour
fluctuations between batches. For this reason only material
always mix up BOTAMENT M 32SUPAX in the same
from one batch should be applied per project area.
consistency so as to avoid colour discrepancies
For grouting floor coverings in exterior areas we recommend
Material that has just started to set may be put back into a
paste-like consistency one more time by mixing it up again.
On unglazed tiles any cement laitance that may occur can be
The fresh jointing must not be powdered off or covered up.
removed with a cement laitance remover. In this case the
Rough tiles or slabs with open pores are more prone to
joints must be pre-wetted thoroughly first.
collect residue, especially when using the darker colour
In the event of intensive heat, especially under direct sunlight
and in case of strong wind or draughts, the freshly grouted
We therefore always recommend carrying out a trial grouting
joints must be protected from drying too quickly by taking
appropriate protection measures. The curing process can
also be aided by regularly moistening the joint mortar.
Acidic cleaning agents may damage the joint material. Please
contact our technical department if you have any questions
You can view or download the safety datasheet at
For the determination of further values please use our grout
The information provided here is based on our experience and is given
to the best of our knowledge, but is non-binding. All instructions must be adapted to suit
the individual building projects, the application purpose and the specific local conditions. Given these preconditions we shall be liable for the accuracy of the information given as
outlined in our sales and delivery terms and conditions. Recommendations by our employees that deviate from this information are only binding for us if they have been confirmed in writing. In any case, the generally accepted technical rules must be adhered to. Edition GB-1306. Further technical details can be found in our technical data sheets on our website: www.botament.com. MC Building Chemicals • Castleblayney • Co. Monaghan
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