Epo Grout

Two-component acid-resistant epoxy grout for joints of at least 1 mm up to 10mm.

Product Description

Epo Grout is an advanced high-performance, two-component, bacteriostatic, epoxy grout for industrial application. It is designed for virtually all residential and commercial installations and offers optimum performance on the most demanding exterior or interior applications. Epo Grout is a fast setting suitable for joints 1 mm – 15 mm wide on floors, walls, or pools. Epo Grout is a resinus (R), for grouting (G) improved (2), class RG2 according to EN 13888. Epo Grout is a two-component, epoxy resin-based grout, with silica sand and other special components. It has an excellent resistance to acids, easy workability and is very easy to clean.

Field of Application

· Grouting floors and walls in the food industry.

· Grouting industrial floors and walls where high mechanical resistance and resistance to acid attack is required.

· Grouting swimming pools

· Grouting basins containing salt or thermal water.

· Grouting tanks containing aggressive chemicals.

· Grouting ceramic tiles on laboratory benches, kitchen work surfaces, etc.

· Acid-resistant bonding of tiles.

· Bonding marble doorsteps and window-sills.

· Bonding tiles in plastic reinforced by fiber glass swimming pools.

· Bonding special pieces of tiles.

Product Details

Product identity

Component A: thick paste
Component B: thick paste
Component A: white
Component B: beige
Density (Kg/Lt):
Component A: 1.65
Component B: 1.05
Dry solids content (%):
Component A: 100
Component B: 100
Brookfield viscosity (mPa·s):
Component A: 800,000 (# F - 5 rpm)
Component B: 550,000 (# F - 5 rpm)
Component A: EN 13888


Epo Grout is supplied in:
– 5 kg plastic buckets


The consumption of EPO GROUT varies according to the size of the joints and the size and thickness of the tiles.

Application Procedure

Preparing the substrate

The joints must be dry, clean, free from dust and empty down to at least 2/3 of the thickness of the tiles. Any adhesive or mortar which has seeped into the joints while laying the tiles must be removed while still fresh. Before grouting, make sure the installation mortar or adhesive has set and that most of the moisture has evaporated.

Preparing the product

Pour the catalyst (component B) into the container of component A and mix well until a smooth paste is obtained. We recommend using a low-speed electric mixer to guarantee perfect blending, and to avoid overheating of the mix which would reduce the workability time. Where required, add Glitter or Metallic Pigments once the blend has been mixed. Use the mix within 45 minutes of preparation.

Applying the product

Apply the product with a rubber spatula, directing across the joints, in order to remove the excess of the grout, hold the spatula at a 90° angle and pull it diagonally across the joints. Wait for the grout to partially dry (become opaque in about 5-10 minutes) and proceed with the final cleaning of the tile’s surface using a wet sponge and rinsing it frequently. The total cleaning can be done the next day with a dry cloth. When the grout is still soft, cleaning too early may remove some of the grout from the joints and may cause color variation. It is recommended to apply in small enough areas to grout and clean before the grout dries out too much.


After grouting floor and wall coverings must be cleaned while the grout is still fresh. Wet the grouted surface and emulsify with a sponge. Take care not to drag grout from the joint. The sponge must be saturated with water when cleaning coverings. The liquid residual may be removed with the same sponge, which must be replaced when it becomes too impregnated with resin, and the same technique may be used when finishing off the grouted joints. The use of an abrasive pad instead of the traditional sponge for cleaning joints is recommended in case of tiles with a particularly rough or irregular surface. The liquid residual may in any case be removed with the cellulose sponge. Epo Cleaner, a special cleaning solution for epoxy grout may also be used for the final cleaning cycle.