Product data sheets

Product Description

Ready-to-use, atmospheric oxygen-curing, synthetic resin-based, one-component tile and paving grout for light-duty natural stone, ceramic and sett/block coverings/pavings, and, in particular, for ceramic patio tiles of thickness ≥ 2 cm2), on bound and unbound bed.

  • For joint widths upwards of 3 mm
  • Suitable for use categories N1 and N21) under ZTV-Wegebau (Special Technical Conditions and Guidelines for Pathways and Squares; 2013) and VBK 1 – 21) under DNV Pflaster (German Natural Stone Association Segmental Pavement Guidelines; 2014)
  • For slurry and broom application
  • Pervious
  • Working life: approx. 45 minutes
  • One-component and ready-to-use
  • No weed growth
  • On bound and unbound beds
  • Particularly suitable for ceramic patio tiles of thickness ≥ 2 cm2)
  • Also suitable for application under exposure to light rainfall/precipitation
  • Resistant to frost and de-icing salts
  • For natural stone, concrete, ceramic and clay segmental pavements
  • Permanently sealed, even surface
  • Paving with uniform visual impact
1) Traffic loads to category N2/ZTV-Wegebau or VBK 2/DNV Pflaster possible for bound bedding construction. Traffic loads to category N1/ZTV-Wegebau or VBK 1/DNV Pflaster for unbound bedding construction and paving refurbishment.
2) Size limitation: for units up to max. 80 × 80 cm; for unbound construction min. 30 × 30 cm.


1030 sand (Solitär F20)
1033 grey (Solitär F20)
1031 pavement grey (Solitär F20)
1032 anthracite (Solitär F20)

For technical reasons, the colours shown here may diverge from those of the fully cured material.

Delivery Forms & order numbers

Order nr. Bucket 25 kg Bucket 12.5 kg
sand 36 1030-25 1030-12
grey 15NEW 1033-25 1033-12
pavement grey 13 1031-25 1031-12
sand 36 1030-25 1030-12
anthracite 66 1032-25 1032-12
Packaging Packages/pallet Pallet weight
Bucket 25 kg 24 600 kg
Bucket 12,5 kg 48 600 kg

Test certificates

  • Available upon request

Consumption calculator

Caution: All calculated values are approximations and are dependant on the trowel tooth tilt as well as the flatness of the surface.