Metz Epoxy Grouts offer high chemical resistance for demanding kitchen and food environments. Metz 19 is suitable for many situations, Metz 70 is a slightly heavier duty product while Metz 5NF is the same premium product used in chemical process areas and able to withstand the heaviest spills of hot oils and other aggressive contaminants
Metz 19 is a water washable epoxy grout most commonly used for grouting (jointing) ceramic tiles.
Typical Uses: Fast Food Kitchen, Swimming Pools, Cafes and Toilet Floors.
Metz 70 is a three-part water washable, solventless, epoxy resin-based mortar specifically formulated for grouting ceramic
It will adhere to damp surfaces and cure at low temperatures.
Typical uses: Kitchens, Food & Beverage and Chemical facilities
Metz 5NF is an epoxy novolac grout and mortar with exceptional chemical resistance normally used as part of a Metz chemical and slip resistant tiled floor.
Typical Uses: Fast food kitchen floors, Food and Beverage plants
Metz membranes provide the ultimate in waterproofing from tough flexible polyurethanes Metz 22 through to bituminous products such as Metz 18A.
Metz 22 is a one part, highly flexible polyurethane waterproof membrane used as an underlay beneath Metz ceramic tiling.
Typical Uses: Swimming Pools, Bathrooms, Kitchens, and Mezzanines.
Metz 18A is a rubberised bituminous liquid used with fabric reinforcing as a flexible, crack bridging waterproof layer beneath a wide variety of Metz tile system installations.
Typical Uses: “Green” Concrete, Kitchens, Food Areas
Metz 8X2 is a modified synthetic rubber latex used to improve Portland cement mortars.
Typical Uses: Floor Tiling. Used in mortar screeds and renders. Additive for tile adhesives.
Metz 25 is a specialty cement based on natural rubber latex and high alumina cement. Metz 25 is an extremely high performance tile adhesive and can also be used as joint filler for industrial floors.
Typical Uses: Commercial Kitchens, Industrial Tiling and Industrial Joint Filling.
Metz HSA is a single part (just add water) high performance adhesive generally used for ceramic tiling. It is flexible, non-sagging and has good open time making it popular for wall and floor tiling on almost all substrates.
Typical Uses: Wall and Floor Tiling on most substrates.
Metz movement joint fillers, include Metz 20B polyurethane caulk-in type or Metz 20D S/S reinforced stainless steel type for heavy wheeled traffic
Metz 20B is a specially formulated polyurethane movement joint designed to be used in industrial plants, commercial kitchens and swimming pools where both toughness and chemical resistance are required. Toughness protects edges of adjacent tiles or topping against damage by heavy wheeled traffic.