LATAPOXY® 300 EPOXY ADHESIVE is a high strength 100% solid epoxy adhesive, highly suitable for chemical resistant installation of quarry tile, brick and pavers on internal floors of food processing plants, commercial plants, commercial kitchens and beverage plants. Ideal for installing moisture sensitive marbles, it can be used on all metals, including copper.

Data Sheets LATAPOXY 300

Material Safety Data LATAPOXY 300 PART A

Material Safety Data LATAPOXY 300 PART B

Material Safety Data LATAPOXY 300 PART C


Features & Benefits

  • Ideal for fixing tiles, can be used over metal substrate
  • Superior bond strength
  • Fast setting

Product Details

Packaging Net Weight: 5 kg Factory Proportioned unit consisting of three conveniently packed components - hardener, Resin (Part A & Part B) and Filler Powder (Part C) Coverage Varies in accordance with the size and type of the tile and stone installed Color Grey & White Certification
  • EN 12004/ISO 13007:R2T
  • IS 15477 : 2019 : TYPE 5 T
  • VOC : Very Low

How to apply

Substrate: The surface to be covered with tile/stone shall be sound and confirm to good design, rigid, clean and free of dirt, oil, grease, rust and paint. For economy the surfaces should be level and true within: Walls – 3mm in 2.5m Floors – 1.5mm in 1.0m Surface Preparation:
  • Ensure the substrate is clean and free from impurities like dust, dirt, debris, oil, grease, curing agents, loose plaster etc.
  • Clean the back of tile for any dust or coating
Mixing: The products can be mixed by hand or slow speed electric drill mixer (less than 300 rpm). Pour Part A & Part B in a clean container and mix thoroughly for 1 min. Add filler powder (Part C) to the mix and bring the mortar to a trowelable consistency. Mix only sufficient quantity of adhesive for an immediate need. Installation:
  • Clean & dampen the surface and remove the excess water. Let the substrate dry completely before applying the adhesive.
  • Ensure the area is shaded from sunlight. The adhesive shall be applied with the flat side of the trowel using a scraping motion to work the material into good contact with the surface to be covered.
  • Additional mortar is then applied with the notched edge of the trowel.
  • When installing large tiles, spread adhesive onto back of tile in addition to troweling material over a surface to be tiled. Select proper type of notched trowel.

a) Thin Tiles upto size 300 X 300 mm (1’X1’), use a square notched trowel of size 6mm X 6mm to provide a total thickness of 3mm

b) Large Porcelain Tiles upto 450 X 450 mm with ribs, use a square notched trowel of size 6mm X 6mm and back butter the tiles with the same adhesive to a thickness of 1-1.5mm to provide a total thickness of 4.5mm

c) Large Porcelain Tiles upto 600 X 600 mm (2’X2’) with ribs, use a square notched trowel of size 6mm X 9mm and back butter the tiles with the same adhesive to a thickness of 1-1.5mm to provide a total thickness of 6mm

  • The most important standard to keep in mind is to ensure that the piece of tile is completely bedded in the mortar or adhesive with 100% coverage.
  • The joints between two metal sheets must be brought through to the surface of tile. At no point of time the adhesive should enter the joint between two metal sheets.
  • Rear face of tiles (especially Porcelain tiles) should be cleaned with the damp sponge to clean all the dust. Do not saturate in water.
  • Excess mortar on adhesive shall be cleaned from the surface of the tile with wet cloth or sponge while the mortar is fresh.
Areas of Application For heavy duty commercial chemical resistant installations in food processing areas, commercial kitchens, restaurants, etc. Also use LATAPOXY® 300 Epoxy Adhesive to install all types of ceramic tile, marble and natural stone over post-tensioned and precast floor systems. Also recommended for rubber flooring and wood block floors. For the installation of green marble, white marble and agglomerate marbles that have a tendency to stain, darken, or warp when installed with water based installation materials. Suitable Substrates
  • Resin-backed Tiles
  • Mosaics
  • Stone
  • Agglomerates