Polymeric sand provides permanent stability to the pavement.
It is a mixture of selected sands and polymeric binders that complete the adhesion and cohesion of outdoor pavement. This mixture must be installed dry in the same way as regular sand, the excess is removed, and then properly wetted. The sand, after 24 hours, becomes solid and blocks the pavement, increasing its stability; the sand remains firm and flexible for the entire lifespan of the pavement, adapting to its movements due to freeze-thaw cycle in the cold season and is suitable for use in all climatic zones.
IT DOES NOT STAIN THE PAVEMENT
SEALED THE SAME DAY AS INSTALLATION
REMAINS FIRM AND FLEXIBLE
BARRIER AGAINST INSECTS AND ANTS
ADAPTS TO MOVEMENTS DUE TO CLIMATE CONDITIONS
The use of polymeric sand is recommended for the pool coping, sidewalks, walkways or driveways, patios and parking ramps
It is ideal for grouts up to a maximum of 2.5cm depending on the type of pavement
The surface and joints of the pavement must be very dry to prevent the polymeric sand from sticking to the surface and failing to slide into the grouts
Do not use if rain is forecast within 24 hours following installation or temperatures below +8°C are expected
The quantity varies according to the paving and the width of the joints. As a reference the yield for a 25kg bag ranges from 2m2 to 8m2
Recommendations for use
Instructions for use
Properly lay the paving elements and compact them
Fill the grout spaces (only if they are very dry) with polymeric sand, ensuring that the polymeric sand remains below the surface of the pavement
Remove the excess sand from the surface, if possible with the support of a blower, to remove the dust residue
Wet the surface and grouts with a light spray to ensure better absorption. Do not saturate the grout spaces with water, repeat the wetting operation at least 2 or 3 times.
Let dry for 24-48 hours, after 1 or 2 days of good weather it will harden