S-667 Unsanded Grout
S-667 un-sanded wall grout is designed for narrow joints when using porous-bodied or glazed tile. S-667 is stain resistant, easy to clean and has high compressive strength. Meets or exceeds ANSI A118.6 specifications. For grouting porous-bodied or glazed wall tile, set with narrow joints on a vertical surface.
S-687 Fungus and Mildew Resistant Unsanded Grout
S-687 dry joint filler is formulated to resist the growth of most prevalent types of fungus and mildew, including black molds, which stain or discolor conventionally formulated grouts. The active ingredient in S-687 is registered with the EPA, No. 2204-19 and is ecologically safe. Tests performed by the Tile Council of America Research Center conclusively determined S-687 prevents mold, mildew and fungus growth on the grout as well as on a thin layer of growth¬ supporting medium poured onto the surface of the grout. Meets or exceeds ANSI A118.6 specifications. S-687 is recommended for bath and shower room installations.
S-710 Polychromes Sanded Grout
S-710 is a sanded grout which contains a specially formulated dry powdered latex system. S-710 is suitable for use in floor or wall installations and on all types of tile. This formulation will produce a dense serviceable joint with superior bond strength, increased flexural strength, as well as freeze-thaw stability without the addition of latex admix¬tures. S-710 is recommended for 1/8" through 1/2" joint widths. S-710 meets or exceeds ANSI A118.7. Summitville uses only the highest quality raw materials and the latest state-of-the-art mixing equipment for processing. This, along with our extensive Quality Assurance program, assures a consistent, high quality product. S-710 PolyChromes are avail¬able in 25 colors to satisfy the most demanding color needs. Custom colors are also available in 2000 pound minimum quantities. S-710 PolyChromes are suitable for use with all types of tile and stone which require a sanded joint of not less than 1/8" and not more than 1/2". For joints less than 1/8" use S-667 or S-687 un-sanded wall grouts. S-710 may be used in commercial kitchens, schools, food processing plants and residential areas where chemical resistance is NOT a prime concern. For areas that need high chemical resistance use the S-400, S-500, S-600, or S-5000 series epoxies or S-4000 furan.
S-720 Precision Color Sanded Grout
S-720 is a specially formulated sanded grout. Its unique design incorporates hydraulic cement technology with the addition of specialty polymer modifiers that eliminates effloresce and color inconsistency. S-720 is equipped with grout shielding technology to reduce water, dirt and filth from adhering to the surface of the joint. Its smooth texture and ease of handling allow S-720 to be grouted with minimal effort. Use S-720 for both floor and/or wall installations. This formulation will produce a dense serviceable joint with superior bond strength. S-720 is recommended for 1/8" through 1/2" joint widths. S-720 meets or exceeds ANSI A118.7. Summitville uses only the highest quality raw materials and the latest state-of-the-art mixing equipment for processing. This, along with our extensive Quality Assurance program, assures a consistent, high quality product. S-720 Precision Color Chromes are avail¬able in 16 colors to satisfy the most demanding color needs. Custom colors are also available in 2000 pound minimum quantities.
S-750 Thin Brick Pointing Mortar
S-750 is a factory mixed masonry cement mortar mix designed for use as a pointing mortar that is applied manually, with a hawk and trowel, mortar tuck point bag or with a mortar dispensing gun. S-750 was designed specifically for pointing thin veneer brick units such as Summitville Thin Brick. S-750 is offered in a standard formulation and a PM version that has been enhanced with a proprietary blend of powdered polymers for superior moisture and freeze fracture resistance and color protection after cure. S-750 may be used as a hawk and trowel tuck pointing mortar by reducing the liquid content of the mix. S-750 has excellent tooling characteristics not only for appearance but to seal the interface between mortar and masonry unit. S-750 is far superior to standard tuck point mix recipes. Brick should be set on an approved substrate using S-810/S-777 tile setting mortar system, which has cured for a minimum of 48 hours at 70°F before grouting. S-750 may also be used with panelized wall systems.