Caution Eye and Skin Irritant
For Use With
|Color||Cream; contains visible taggants|
|Taggants||50% Yellow and 50% Orange|
|Trowel||Fine notch (1/32″ deep, 1/16″ wide, 5/64″ apart), U-notch|
|Coverage||285- 335 sq. ft. /gal (26-31 sq m.)|
|Units||1 gallon (3.78 L) and 4 gallon (15.14 L)|
|Open Time||Dry-to-touch: 30 minutes or more|
|Working Time||Up to 24 hours (working times may vary based on job conditions, substrates, temperature and humidity)|
|RH (ASTM F2170)||See Moisture Testing|
|pH||See Moisture Testing|
|MVER (ASTM F1869)||See Moisture Testing|
|Shelf Life||1 year, unopened|
|Freeze/Thaw Stable||Yes, to 10°F (-12° C) Avoid low temperatures or multiple freeze-thaw cycles.|
|VOC Content||Zero g/L; calculated and reported, SCAQMD 1168|
|Clean Up||Wet– clean, white cloth with neutral detergent and water|
Dry– clean, white cloth and mineral spirits
|Subfloors||Concrete on all grade levels. Existing asphalt “cutback” residue which is smooth with no ridges or puddles evident. Suspended wood and wood underlayments. Existing well-bonded resilient flooring. Not perimeter-bonded or cushion-backed. Ceramic tile, terrazzo, marble and polymeric-poured floors. Properly mixed and applied powder underlayment and embossing levelers. Primed, poured-in-place gypsum subfloors. Radiant-heated subfloors where the surface temperature does not exceed 85° F (29° C).|
|Advantages||24-hour working time|
Dries clear (allows chalk lines to show through)
Excellent initial grab
Moisture and alkali resistant
Suitable for use with VCT and Safety Zone over high moisture concrete slabs
Can be used over “Cutback” adhesive residue
|Carton Item No.||1-gallon (3.78L) – 00515408|
4-gallon (15.14L) – 00515418
|Item/Carton UPC||1-gallon (3.78L) – 0-42369-11422-6|
4-gallon (15.14L) – 0-42369-07063-8
|1-gallon (3.78L) – N.A.|
4-gallon (15.14L) – N.A.
|Carton Weight||1-gallon (3.78L) – 36 lbs /ctn (16.3 kg/ctn)|
4-gallon (15.14L) – 36.2 lbs (14.5 kg)
|Items per Carton||1-gallon (3.78L) – 4/carton|
4-gallon (15.14L) – Containers sold individually
|Cartons per Pallet||1-gallon (3.78L) – 30 ctns|
4-gallon (15.14L) – 48 pails
|Weight per Gallon||8.37 lbs|
When S-515 is used with a recommended Armstrong floor application, the Armstrong Guaranteed Installation System warranty applies. See Armstrong Commercial Floors Warranty or Armstrong High-Moisture Warranty for Vinyl Composition Tile using S-515 as appropriate.
Will bond to all substrates listed below but refer to flooring installation system for specific installation recommendations:
- Concrete on (all grade levels) according to ASTM F710 and Preparation of Concrete Subfloors
- Existing asphalt “cutback” residue which is smooth with no ridges or puddles evident
- Suspended Wood Subfloors and Panel Underlayments
- Existing well-bonded resilient flooring; not perimeter-bonded or cushion-backed
- Ceramic tile, terrazzo, marble and polymeric-poured floors
- Properly mixed and applied powder underlayments and embossing levelers
- Primed, poured-in-placed gypsum subfloors
- Radiant-heated subfloors where the surface temperature does not exceed 85oF (29o C)
DO NOT USE OVER: Concrete with excessive moisture and/or alkali; existing cushion-backed resilient flooring; substrates treated with fire-retardant chemicals, fungicides, preservatives, release agents, adhesive removers, sealers, curing compounds or other incompatible treatments
- Condition area to be installed, adhesive, and tile at 65° F (18° C) or above for 48 hours before, during, and for 48 hours after installation.
- Subfloor must be smooth, sound, dry, clean, and free of dirt, wax, polish, paint, and all other foreign matter which may interfere in a good bond, including curing agents and sealers.
- Moisture testing must be performed on all concrete slabs regardless of their age or grade level including areas where resilient flooring has already been installed. Moisture testing should be conducted with the area or building at service conditions, i.e. fully enclosed, weather-tight and with permanent or temporary HVAC in operation. In general, moisture testing should be conducted on concrete surfaces that exhibit the final prepared stage before the installation of the flooring material and before installation of smoothing or leveling compounds.
- Stir any liquid on the surface into the adhesive and full spread using the recommended trowel notching.
- Allow adhesive to set open until dry to the touch, approximately 30 to 90 minutes. When dry to the touch, the adhesive will be tacky with no transfer to fingers.
- Install and fit all tile within 24 hours. Working time will vary based on job conditions, substrate, temperature and humidity.
- Most resilient commercial tile does not need to be rolled upon completion of the installation. However, residential tile and certain specialty tile must be rolled – refer to Tile Installation System for recommendations.
- Remove wet adhesive residue using a clean, white cloth dampened with soapy water. Use mineral spirits for dried adhesive residue carefully following warnings on container.
- Do not wet wash or strip tile for at least five days after installation.