Self compacting paving joint mortar for high performance in narrow joints > 3mm
• fast and cost effective jointing
• clean, stain free surfaces
• water permeable
• self compacting
• easily flow applied
• mechanical sweeper resistant
• abrasion resistant
• highly frost and de-icing salt resistant
• minimises the risk of accidents
• can be applied in the rain and at low temperatures
• environmentally friendly
Price per 10kg Tub
stable, load-bearing, permanently water permeable substrate, joint depth ≥ 30 mm (for areas with vehicle traffic: full joint depth), joint width continuously ≥ 3 mm, outside and surface temperature min. 3°C to max. 25 °C.
On natural stone setts and concrete block paving, contact between the vdw 815 plus Epoxy Paving Mortar and the block surface may result in visual changes such as darkening and/or spotting. We generally recommend applying a test area first.
On some reconstitued or sensitive natural stone paving, the vdw 815 binder contact can make the stone appear darker or to have a ‘wet look’. Therefore always apply a test area first.
Clean the surface thoroughly of all dirt, cement residues, vegetation, organic material or other contaminants.
Fully saturate the surface of the paving. Always use fresh and cool tap water when wetting and cleaning.
Mixing the joint mortar:
Pre-mix the aggregate, then add the binder and mix with the drill and spherical paddle mixers for approx. 3 minutes until smooth and homogeneous. Do not mix partial quantities of the product. No water should be added to the mix.
Filling the joints:
Apply immediately after mixing by pouring directly onto the pre-wetted surface. Work the mortar thoroughly into the joints using a hard rubber squeegee, whilst spraying lightly with water from a hose. The surface should be kept constantly wet during application. We recommend working from the highest to the lowest points.
Remove any excess mortar residue immediately from the area by spraying lightly with water from a hose. Be careful to clean the paved surface towards areas not yet jointed. Remove any final residual mortar with a damp coconut fibre brush. Do not brush this residual mortar into any unfilled joints. It is important to make sure that no water or residual mortar remains on the surface.