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The Curing Time Of Epoxy Phenolic Resin Grouting Resin Needs Two Days Left

Jun 15, 2020

      After using the new decoration for a period of time, many owners of epoxy phenolic resin will find that the tiles are hollowed out in the areas where the tiles are applied. At this time, the master must be reworked after the paving is completed. The amount of engineering is quite large and the cost It's not low, it's very troublesome. Next, I will take you to take a look at the construction steps of the ceramic tile hollow drum grouting syringe. It can easily handle the hollow tiles and bring magical effects.

  Before the construction, hit the wall or the ground with a small hammer, make detailed statistics, and then mark the position of the hollow drum clearly.

  Locating and positioning holes is very important and will directly affect the effect of grouting. It is recommended to arrange an experienced master to design and position the drilling position of each hollow drum.

  Before using the high-pressure pump for grouting, the permeability of the drill hole must be tested to ensure the permeability of the drill hole. The epoxy phenolic resin can successfully smooth the grout.

  Before grouting, the board joints and ceramic tile joints should be closed. In this way, the slurry will not flow out when the grouting is pressurized during construction.

  Using a special grouting nozzle, plus a low-pressure or high-pressure grouting device, the grouting resin is evenly pressed into the grouting hole.

   7. The grouting resin has high curing strength and is difficult to clean. If you want to clean the overflowing resin at any time, you can wipe it with a cloth and ethanol.

   8. After using the hollow drum grouting syringe, the hardening time of the grouting resin needs about two days, and you must not trample on it in between.

   Wet tiles are prone to hollowing. When wet paving, the cement mortar has a high water content, and the water penetrates to the base layer. After drying, many voids are formed, which results in the floor tile and the base layer not being fully bonded, and the epoxy phenolic resin appears hollow.

   The base layer has not been thoroughly cleaned, and there are still sand particles, etc. The cement mortar is not integrated with the base layer, and the hollow phenomenon occurs after a long time.

   In order to save time and materials, only put sand and dust on the four corners of the tile, and then lay it, because there is no sand and dust in the middle of the tile, it will naturally cause bulging after a long time.