Product Description

Grey cementitious adhesive for fixing ceramic tiles for thin bed applications develops high efficiency, high strength and high-quality.


  • Grey cement-based formation for high durability.
  • Ideal for fixing ceramic tiles for thin bed applications.
  • Suitable for interiors and exteriors on both floors and walls.
  • Excellent adhesion to base plaster and concrete surfaces.
  • Purely cost-effective with increased productivity and consistent work quality.
  • Highly- water-resistant and no curing required.
  • No fear of hacking or worry about concrete shrinkage.
  • Applicable for thickness, not more than 3mm.



Graded sand, cement, selected fillers, polymers.


Grey dry powder.


Tested according to IS 15477:2019.

Technical Analysis:

1- Tensile adhesion strength (after 28 days)
Dry condition - minimum 0.5 n/mm2
2- Share adhesion strength (after 28 days)
Dry condition -minimum 1.0 n/mm2

How To Apply:

  • Always ensure to clean the wall or floor surfaces with sandpaper or a putty blade to remove any dirt or unwanted substances.
  • Dampen the surface to reach a saturated porous point.
  • Mix Tile adhesive with 25-30 % water to obtain a lump-free paste.
  • Let it rest for 10 minutes and remix for another 2 minutes.
  • The adhesive is ready for the first coat, apply it on the surface with a putty blade.
  • Use a 6mm notched trowel to create a channel for better gripping.
  • Install the tiles gently and tap slightly with a wooden hammer.
  • Gently remove the excess mixture on the tiles.

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