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  • ANTI MOULD grout Ag+ – antibacterial with silver molecules
  • High durability 
  • CG2 WA classification in accordance with PN-EN 13888:2010
  • From 1 to 15 mm
  • No stains and efflorescence
  • ECO Protect – prevents the growth of mould and mildew
  • Frost-proof and waterproof


An elastic grout for jointing, with decreased water absorption, intended for jointing every

type of wall and floor ceramic tiles, gres tiles, clinker and natural stone laid on walls and floors.

Suitable to be applied inside and outside of the premises, for joints of 0 - 15 mm in width.

Recommended to joint tiles laid on balconies, terraces, elevations, floor heating and plaster cardboard

panels. Special for humid and wet rooms (e.g. shower cabins, bathrooms, kitchens).



Frost and water resistant, , with maximally decreased water absorption via hydrophobic agents. It is distinguished by specially assorted composition of finely granular quartz and marble flour, powder resins and special additives. The EKO PROTECT system in the joint is arranging and filling micro-particles in such a way that the structure produced creates a tight system protecting against the growth of fungi and mold. It does not create bacteriological threat and therefore it can be used in contact with food. It can be easily mixed and applied and ensures a smooth surface after processing. It has great adherence to ceramic, gres tiles and glass mosaics.

It is characterized by high resistance to light. It is available in 42 colours in accordance with the WIM

colour card where, alongside silicon and epoxy joint, it forms a complete set to finish cladding. It

fulfils the requirements concerning increased abrasion and scratch resistance, which enables to apply it on floors with intense pedestrian loading.


The joints must be clean, without the remnants of glue, dust and other impurities decreasing adherence.

They cannot be frozen, either. They should be of the same depth. Jointing can be started

after the dry set mortar is totally dry, not earlier, however, than after 24 hours. When fast-setting

glues are used for tiling, the tile jointing can be started as early as after 4 hours. When the joints are

renovated, it is necessary to remove old joints to the depth of min. 3 mm.



The dry mortar must be poured into the measured amount of clean water and carefully mixed

until a smooth mass without any lumps is obtained. It is absolutely necessary to strictly observe

the proper ratio of the powdery mortar to water, so that differences in colours did not appear

after drying. After about 5 minutes it should be mixed again for a short time. The ready mortar

must be applied diagonally into the joints by means of a trowel with a stiff sponge or rubber and

the joint must be richly filled with it. After the pre-bonding of the mortar (after about 45 - 90

minutes depending on the temperature), manifesting in the tarnishing of the joint surface, the

whole surface of the tiles must be washed with a damp sponge and joints must be pro_ led. This

recommendation must be strictly adhered to because too fast start of the washing process (particularly

in the conditions of increased humidity and/or lowered temperatures) may cause the

occurrence of white scale on the joint surface. Freshly-jointed surface must be protected against

low temperature, humidity, rain, intensive insolation and draught.


The obtained colour may slightly differ from the sample book because of: too watery fixture of the

applied mortar, low ambient temperature, the tile and the substrate environment not absorbent

enough or too intense drying. However, the series number guarantees the same shade of colour.

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