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DESCRIPTION

DYNA® AEROFLEX 670 is a premium multi-purpose light weight polymer modified Portland cement mortar. It can be used in thin and medium bed applications. It provides high sag and slip resistance. Provides twice the coverage compared to traditional thin-set mortars.

USES

- For interior setting of non-vitreous, semi-vitreous and vitreous ceramic tiles, marble, granite, quarry tiles, pavers, slate, dimensional natural stone, and porcelain stoneware tile.
- For interior and exterior setting of semi-vitreous, and vitreous floor and wall tile applications.
- Tiles can be set over concrete masonry, cured Portland cement mortar beds, glass mesh mortar units, gypsum board, unglazed ceramic tile, marble, clay tile, prepared existing cementitious terrazzo floors and cementitious backer unit for residential and commercial applications.
- For interior installation of porcelain tiles over most well-prepared stable substrates provided the tiles are smaller than 30 x 30 cm (12” x 12”).
- May be used on larger tiles but more cure time is required.
- It may be used for installation for indoor residential and light to moderate commercial floors and countertops in dry areas only over CSA-0211 EXTERIOR SELECT or (SEL TF) Douglas Fir plywood according to COFI classification, vinyl asbestos tile and dry cut-back adhesive.

COLORS

STANDARDS

Meets and exceeds the standards:
- ANSI A118.4
- A118.11
- ISO C2TES1P1

LIMITATIONS

1. Stone such as Rosso Levanto and Negro Marquina or any green marble can be set with this material but due to the characteristics of these types of stone, warpage may occur due to changes in temperature, humidity, or the water in the thin-set mortar. It is, therefore, recommended that DYNAPOXY 6100 be used for the setting of these stones.
2. For the installation of white or translucent marble a white setting mortar should be used.
Do not use gray mortar mixes as this may discolor or stain the stone.
3. Do not use over presswood, particle board, Masonite, chipboard, lauan, asbestos board, gypsum floor patching compounds, metal, glass, plastic or any unstable materials which are deemed unsuitable substrates.
4. Do not apply in temperatures below 10°C (50°F) or above 40°C (104°F).
5. Keep the area of installation from freezing for at least 28 days after application.

SECTIONS     -    930000

DIRECTIONS

A. SURFACE PREPARATION

1. All substrates must be to the recommended tolerances of ANSI A108.5 for dry-set mortar installations. 2. The substrates must be structurally sound, solid, stable, dry, clean and free of grease, oil, paint, dust, tar, wax, curing agent, primer, sealer, or any other substances which may prevent or reduce the adhesion of this product.
3. Painted surfaces must be completely sanded, scrapped, or chipped to promote adhesion. Surfaces may be cleaned with DYNA brand of cleaners if thoroughly flushed and neutralized.
4. For Exterior grade plywood substrates the wood sub-flooring must be structurally sound and securely fastened with screw type or ring shank nails and adhesive.
5. Plywood flooring should be free from dust, dirt, oil, grease, etc. There must be 2 layers of 16 mm (5/8“) exterior grade plywood on bridged floor joists 400 mm (16”) on center with a maximum deflection of 1/360 of the span for ceramic tile and 1/720 for natural stone tile. Joints on the top layer should be offset from the joints on the bottom layer of plywood. A gap of 6 mm (1/4“) is required between overlay sheets and all materials they abut such walls, adjacent sheets, posts, etc. The adjacent edges of plywood sheets shall not be more than 0.8 mm (1/32“) above or below each other.

B. MIXING

1. Use a clean mixing vessel and pour approximately 5.0 to 6.0 liters (1.3 to 1.6 U.S. gal.) of cold clean water and then add 11.3 kg (2.20 lbs) of DYNA® AEROFLEX 670 gradually while mixing.
2. Use a slow speed mixer (approximately 150 R.P.M). Mix thoroughly to a homogeneous and smooth consistency.
3. Avoid air entrapment by prolonged mixing which can result in a shorten pot life and reduce the compression strength of the mortar.
4. Let the mix slake for 10 to 15 minutes.
5. Re-stir the entire contents of the vessel without adding anymore water to the dry mix.
6. Wash your tools immediately after mixing.
7. The pot life of the mix is between 4 and 6 hours.

NOTE: Some stiffening may occur before all material is used (approximately 4 hours). When this occurs, simply re-stir by hand or machine, but DO NOT add any more liquid.

C. APPLICATION

1. Use of a recommended notched trowel with adequate depth (refer to coverage section listed below) to achieve a 100% mortar contact. Using the flat edge of the trowel, spread a thin coat over the substrate.
2. Then apply additional material and comb the mortar with the notched side of the trowel. Do not spread more mix than can be covered with the tiles within 10 to 15 minutes. Otherwise a skin may form on top of the mortar and proper adhesion will not be achieved.
3. Place the tiles firmly into position with a slight twisting motion. Then once the tile has been set, properly beat in the tiles with a beating block in order that at least 1/4 of the thickness of the tile is set into the mortar bed. Finished mortar bed thickness should be between 1/8 to 3/4 inch (3-19 mm) thick after tiles are beat in without any voids or air pockets.
4. Ensure that all your alignments and adjustments are performed immediately (do not exceed 30-40 minutes).
5. Should skinning occur, remove the dry or skinned mortar and replace it with fresh mortar. Clean out the joints and smudges from the face of the tile immediately with a damp sponge. Leave at least 2/3 of the joint depth open for grouting. Do not soak the tiles before application.
6. For commercial floors, shower applications and exterior applications or when installing marble, granite, or porcelain floor tiles, back butter each tile immediately prior to laying it into position using the flat edge of the trowel to ensure and achieve 100% mortar contact.

EXPANSION AND CONTROL JOINTS

Provide expansion and control joints where specified. Do not cover any expansion joints with mortar. Cut tiles on both sides along the edges of the expansion joints. Also insert the specified compressible bead and sealant to caulk the expansion and control joint.
Follow ANSI AN 3.8, “Requirements for Expansion Joints”.

GROUTING

Do not walk over, grout or disturb the tiles for at least 48 hours after the installation. Use DYNACOLOR 1000, DYNACOLOR 2000, or DYNAPOXY 6100 grouts when grouting.

PROTECTION

- Protect tile-work from freezing and complete water immersion for at least 28 days after the completion of the work performed.
- Do not walk on the tiles for at least 48 hours after the installation.
- Plywood stepping boards may be used after 24 hours when it is unavoidable to occasionally step on the floor. Do not permit heavy traffic to pass on the tiles for at least 7 days after the installation.
- Protect walls from impact, heavy hammering and vibration on opposite and adjacent walls for at least 14 days after the installation.
- When working in cold temperatures or high humidity, protect the tile-work for an even more extended period of time to permit the mortar to adequately cure. Allow additional cure time when installing porcelain tile larger than 300 mm x 300 mm (12’’ x 12’’).

CLEANING

Wash your tools immediately after mixing. Clean your hands and tools with water while the mortar is wet.

PACKAGING

DYNA® AEROFLEX 670 | Polymer-Modified Medium-Bed and Thin-Set Mortar (Lightweight) (Premium Grade) is available in 11.3 kg (25 lb.) Bag.

SAFETY WARNINGS

CAUTION. Consult and read the SDS thoroughly for this product for more safety information. This product is corrosive as it contains Portland cement. Portland cement when mixed with water results in a solution of calcium hydroxide and is therefore injurious to the eyes and can cause skin irritation. Therefore, avoid eye contact and prolonged contact with the skin. Protect eyes with goggles and skin with waterproof gloves. If splashed in eyes, flush thoroughly for at least 15 minutes and consult a physician immediately. In case of ingestion consult a physician immediately.
KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN

NOTICE

DYNA shall not be liable for incidental and consequential damages, indirectly or directly sustained, nor for any loss by application of these goods not in accordance with the printed instructions or for other than the intended use. Before using the user shall determine the suitability of the product for its intended use and the user will assume all risks and liabilities that may arise in connection therewith. DYNA’s liability is expressly limited to the replacement of defective goods. Any claim shall be deemed waived unless the claim is made in writing to DYNA within 30 days
from the date it was, or reasonably should have been,
discovered that the product was defective.

LIMITED WARRANTY

This premium quality product was designed to satisfy the user. If you are not satisfied after Surface Testing on a small area, please contact our technical service department immediately.
NO WARRANTIES expressed or implied are offered by DYNA. The Manufacturer’s liability is limited to the replacement of products proven defective.
The user assumes all risks and liabilities associated with the use of this product.

Coverage

Trowel Size Coverage per 22.7 kg (50 lbs.)

 

6 x 6 x 6 mm (1/4" x 1/4" x 1/4")

6,97 to 8,36 m² (75 to 90 sq. ft.)

6 x 10 x 6 mm (1/4" x 3/8" x 1/4")

5,11 to 6,04 m² (55 to 65 sq. ft.)

12 x 12 x 12 mm (1/2" x 1/2" x 1/2")

3,53 to 4,18 m² (38 to 45 sq. ft.)

19 x 14 x 10 mm (3/4" x 9/16" x 3/8")

2,32 to 3,72 m² (25 to 40 sq. ft.)

DESCRIPTION

Consisting of a one component polymer / latex modified Portland cement mortar for the installation of impervious porcelain, large format tile, glass mosaics, ceramic tile, marble, granite, and all natural and dimensional stone tile. For absorptive, semi-vitreous tiles and vitreous tiles in service of industrial, commercial and residential use on walls and floors. It provides a permanent installation with a high bond and compressive strength and requires no soaking of the tiles.
DYNA® CERAFLEX 610 | Polymer-Modified Thin-Set Mortar (Professional Grade) is resistant to water after being cured but does not provide a waterproof barrier. It is freeze / thaw and radiant heat resistant. It provides high sag resistance for ease of installation of large format tiles.

USES

- For interior and exterior setting of non-vitreous, semi-vitreous and vitreous floor and wall ceramic tiles, porcelain stoneware tile, marble, granite, quarry tile, pavers, slate and natural and dimensional stone tiles and slabs.
- Tiles can be set over concrete masonry, Portland cement mortar beds, glass mesh mortar units, gypsum board, unglazed ceramic tile, marble, clay tile, prepared existing cementitious terrazzo floors and cementitious backer units.
- It can be used for residential, commercial and industrial installations.
- It may also be used for the installation for indoor residential and light to moderate commercial floors and countertops in dry areas only over CSA-0221 EXTERIOR SELECT or (SEL TF) Douglas Fir plywood according to COFI classification, vinyl asbestos tile and dry-cut back adhesive.

COLORS

STANDARDS

Meets and exceeds the standards:
- ANSI A118.4
- ANSI A118.11

LIMITATIONS

1. Stone such as Rosso Levanto, Negro Marquina or any green marble can be set with this material, but due to the characteristics of these types of stone, warpage may occur due to the water in the thin-set mortar. It is therefore, recommended that DYNAPOXY 6100 be used for the setting of these types of stone.
2. For the installation of white or translucent marble, a white setting mortar should be used. Do not use a grey mortar mix as this may discolor or stain the stone.
3. Do not use over presswood or particleboard, masonite, chipboard, laun, asbestos board, gypsum floor patching compounds, metal, glass, plastic, or any other unstable materials which are deemed unsuitable substrates.
4. Do not use in temperatures below 10°C (50°F) or above 40°C (104°F).

SECTIONS     -    930000

DIRECTIONS

A. SURFACE PREPARATION

1. All substrates should be structurally sound, stable, dry, clean and free of any substances that may reduce or prevent proper adhesion.
2. Painted surfaces must be completely sanded, scrapped, or chipped to promote adhesion.
Surfaces may be cleaned with a DYNA brand of cleaner if thoroughly flushed and neutralized.
3. Dry, dusty concrete slabs or masonry should be dampened and excess water swept off. Installation may be made on a damp surface.
4. Concrete slabs must be plumb and true to within 6 mm (1/4") in 3 m (10 feet).
5. Rough or uneven concrete surfaces should be made smooth with a DYNA Latex Portland Cement Underlayment to provide a wood float (or better) finish.
6. Expansion joints shall be provided through the tile work from all construction or expansion joints in the substrate. Follow ANSI specification A108.01-3.7 “Requirements for Movement Joints” or TCNA detail EJ-171 “Movement Joints - Vertical & Horizontal” or TTMAC Specification Guide 09 30 00 Detail 301EJ. Do not cover expansion joints with mortar.
7. For Exterior grade plywood substrates the wood sub-flooring must be structurally sound and securely fastened with screw type or ring shank nails and adhesive. Plywood flooring should be free from dust, dirt, oil, grease, etc. There must be 2 layers of 16 mm (5/8") exterior grade plywood on bridged floor joists 400 mm (16") on center with a maximum deflection of L/360 of the span for ceramic tile and L/480 of the span for stone installations. Joints on the top layer should be offset from the joints on the bottom layer of plywood. A gap of 6 mm (1/4") is required between overlay sheets and all materials they abut such as walls, adjacent sheets, posts, etc.
The adjacent edges of plywood sheets shall not be more than 0.8 mm (1/32") above or below each other.

B. MIXING

1. Read the SDS for this product thoroughly and wear the appropriate safety gear.
2. Into a clean mixing vessel, pour about 4,73 to 5,68 L (5 to 6 U.S. qts.) of clean potable water.
3. Gradually add 22,7 kg (50 lbs.) of powder while slowly mixing.
4. Use a low-speed mixing drill (at about 300 rpm). Mix thoroughly until mixture becomes a smooth, homogenous, lump-free paste. Avoid prolonged mixing.
5. Allow the mortar to stand (“slake”) for 10 minutes. Remix but do not add more water.
6. Wash your tools immediately after mixing.
7. The pot life of the mix is between 4 and 6 hours. If mixture becomes heavy or stiff, remix without adding more water or powder.

C. APPLICATION

1. Use of a recommended notched trowel with adequate depth to achieve a 100% mortar contact, after beat-in, to the back of the tiles is recommended. Using the flat edge of the trowel, spread a thin coat over the substrate.
2. Then apply additional material and comb the mortar with the notched side of the trowel. Do not spread more mix than can be covered with the tiles within 10 to 15 minutes, otherwise a skin may form on top of the mortar and proper adhesion will not be achieved.
3. Place the tiles firmly into position with a slight twisting motion. Then once the tile has been set, properly beat the tile with a beating block in order that at least 6.4mm (1/4”) of the thickness of the tile is set into the mortar bed. Finished mortar bed thickness should be between 2.5 to 3mm (3/32” to 1/8”) thick after the tiles are beat in without any voids or air pockets.
4. Insure that your alignments and adjustments are performed immediately (do not exceed 30 to 40 minutes).
5. Should skinning occur, remove the dry or skinned mortar and replace it with fresh mortar. Clean out the joints and smudges from the face of the tile immediately with a damp towel. Leave at least 2/3 of the joint depth open for grouting. Do not soak the tiles before application.
6. For commercial floors, shower applications and exterior application or when installing marble, granite, or porcelain tiles, back butter each tile immediately prior to laying it into position using the flat edge of the trowel to ensure and achieve a 100% mortar contact.

NOTE: Follow T.C.A. handbook method EJ 171 for detailed specifications. Detailed instructions on the use of this product can be obtained in the Product Data Sheet to this product.

EXPANSION AND CONTROL JOINTS

Provide expansion and control joints where specified. Do not cover any expansion joints with mortar. Follow ANSI A 3.8, "Requirements for Expansion Joints", TCNA Detail EJ171 or TTMAC Specifications Guide 09 30 00 Detail 301EJ.

PROTECTION

- Protect tile-work from freezing and complete water immersion for at least 28 days after the completion of the work performed.
- Do not walk on the tiles for at least 48 hours after the installation.
- Plywood stepping boards may be used after 24 hours when it is unavoidable to occasionally step on the floor. Do not permit heavy traffic to pass on the tiles for at least 7 days after the installation.
- Protect walls from impact, heavy hammering and vibration on opposite and adjacent walls for at least 14 days after installation.
- When working in cold temperatures or high humidity protect the tile-work for an extended period of time to permit the mortar to adequately cure before you grout or permit traffic to walk on the tiles.

CLEANING

Wash your tools immediately after mixing. Clean your hands and tools with water while the mortar is wet.

PACKAGING

DYNA® CERAFLEX 610 Polymer-Modified Thin-Set Mortar (Professional Grade) is available in 22.7 kg (50 lb.) bag.

SAFETY WARNINGS

CAUTION. Consult and read the SDS thoroughly for this product for more safety information. This product is corrosive as it contains Portland cement. Portland cement when mixed with water results in a solution of calcium hydroxide and is therefore injurious to the eyes and can cause skin irritation. Therefore, avoid eye contact and prolonged contact with the skin. Protect eyes with goggles and skin with waterproof gloves. If splashed in eyes, flush thoroughly for at least 15 minutes and consult a physician immediately.
In case of ingestion, drink milk or water (avoid fruit juices)
and consult a physician immediately.
KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN

NOTICE

DYNA shall not be liable for incidental and consequential damages, indirectly or directly sustained, nor for any loss by application of these goods not in accordance with the printed instructions or for other than the intended use. Before using the user shall determine the suitability of the product for its intended use and the user will assume all risks and liabilities that may arise in connection therewith. DYNA’s liability is expressly limited to the replacement of defective goods. Any claim shall be deemed waived unless the claim is made in writing to DYNA within 30 days
from the date it was, or reasonably should have been,
discovered that the product was defective.

LIMITED WARRANTY

This premium quality product was designed to satisfy the user. If you are not satisfied after Surface Testing on a small area, please contact our technical service department immediately.
NO WARRANTIES expressed or implied are offered by DYNA. The Manufacturer’s liability is limited to the replacement of products proven defective.
The user assumes all risks and liabilities associated with the use of this product.


Coverage

Trowel Size Coverage per 22.7 kg (50 lbs.)

 

6 x 6 x 6 mm (1/4" x 1/4" x 1/4")

6,97 to 8,36 m² (75 to 90 sq. ft.)

6 x 10 x 6 mm (1/4" x 3/8" x 1/4")

5,11 to 6,04 m² (55 to 65 sq. ft.)

12 x 12 x 12 mm (1/2" x 1/2" x 1/2")

3,53 to 4,18 m² (38 to 45 sq. ft.)

Packaging

Product Code Size And Color
610G50 22,7 kg (50 lbs.) Grey
610UW50 22,7 kg (50 lbs.) Ultra White

DESCRIPTION

A premium polymer modified medium-bed and thin-set mortar for interior and exterior installation of large format and heavy ceramic tile, porcelain stoneware, natural stone, quarry tile, pavers and brick. DYNA® CERAFLEX-LFT | Polymer-Modified Medium-Bed & Thin-Set Mortar for Large Format Tiles is designed to be mixed with water, has a long open time, high sag and slip resistance with unsurpassed adhesion and workability. It can be used for most interior/exterior residential and commercial tile applications on floors, walls and countertop installations.

USES AND FEATURES

- Excellent for exterior, interior and underwater applications.
- It can also be used on EGP - exterior grade plywood (interior only) as well as concrete substrates.
- Most interior/exterior residential and commercial installations on floors and walls.
- Installation of ceramic and porcelain tile, glass tile, quarry tile, pavers, Saltillo tile, and many types of marble, granite and natural and manufactured stone.
- It can be used for thin-set and medium bed applications.
- High sag-resistance so it can be used for large-format tile and stone wall applications.
- It is non-slump for large-format tile and stone floor applications. It can be used as a medium-bed mortar bed up to 19mm (3/4”) thick.

COLORS

STANDARDS

Meets and Exceeds the standards:
- ANSI A118.4
- ANSI A118.11
- ISO 13007 Classification - C2TES1P1

LIMITATIONS

- Install only at temperatures between 4°C and 35°C (40°F and 95°F).
- Do not use for moisture-sensitive stone (green marble, most agglomerates, resin-backed tiles, some limestone and granite tiles). Instead, use a suitable epoxy or urethane adhesive.
- Do not use over dimensionally unstable substrates such as hardwood floors, oriented strand board (OSB), substrates containing asbestos, luan, Masonite® or metal. To use directly over gypsum-based patching or leveling substrates, apply suitable primer before use.
- Use a white mortar when installing light colored or translucent stone and glass tile.
- Installations of tile over nonporous surfaces (waterproofing membranes, sheet membranes, existing tile, etc.) will require extended setting and curing times.
- Installation of large format tiles will require extended setting and curing times.
- For veneer installations using this product, consult local building code requirements regarding limitations and installation system specifications.
- Surfaces must be structurally sound and stable to support ceramic/stone tile, thin brick and similar finishes. Substrate deflection under all live, dead and impact loads, including concentrated loads, must not exceed L/360 for thin-bed ceramic tile/brick installations or L/480 for thin-bed stone installations.

SUITABLE SUBSTRATES

- Concrete (cured at least 28 days).
- Masonry cement block, brick, cement mortar beds and leveling coats.
- Cement backer units (CBUs).
- Gypsum wallboard and plaster – interior walls in dry areas only.
- EGP-APA and CANPLY Group 1 exterior-grade plywood (interior, residential and light commercial in dry conditions only).
- Properly prepared vinyl composition tile (VCT), plastic laminate countertops, non-cushioned and sheet vinyl (interior only).
- Non-water soluble cutback adhesive residue (interior only).
- Properly prepared existing ceramic and porcelain tile, cement terrazzo, quarry tile, natural stone and pavers.
- DYNA waterproofing, crack-isolation and sound reduction membranes.

SECTIONS     -    930000

DIRECTIONS

A. SURFACE PREPARATION

1. All substrates should be structurally sound, stable, dry, clean and free of any substances that may reduce or prevent proper adhesion.
2. Painted surfaces must be completely sanded, scrapped, or chipped to promote adhesion.
Surfaces may be cleaned with a DYNA brand of cleaner if thoroughly flushed and neutralized.
3. Dry, dusty concrete slabs or masonry should be dampened and excess water swept off.
Installation may be made on a damp surface.
4. Concrete slabs must be plumb and true to within 6 mm (1/4") in 3 m (10 feet).
5. Rough or uneven concrete surfaces should be made smooth with a DYNA Latex Portland
Cement Underlayment to provide a wood float (or better) finish.
6. Expansion joints shall be provided through the tile work from all construction or expansion joints in the substrate. Follow ANSI specification A108.01-3.7 “Requirements for Movement Joints” or TCNA detail EJ-171 “Movement Joints—Vertical & Horizontal” or TTMAC
Specification Guide 09 30 00 Detail 301EJ. Do not cover expansion joints with mortar.
7. For Exterior grade plywood substrates the wood sub-flooring must be structurally sound and securely fastened with screw type or ring shank nails and adhesive. Plywood flooring should be free from dust, dirt, oil, grease, etc. There must be 2 layers of 16 mm (5/8") exterior grade plywood on bridged floor joists 400 mm (16") on center with a maximum deflection of L/360 of the span for ceramic tile and L/480 of the span for stone installations. Joints on the top layer should be offset from the joints on the bottom layer of plywood. A gap of 6 mm (1/4") is required between overlay sheets and all materials they abut such as walls, adjacent sheets, posts, etc. The adjacent edges of plywood sheets shall not be more than 0.8 mm (1/32") above or below each other.

B. MIXING

1. Read the SDS for this product thoroughly and wear the appropriate safety gear.
2. Into a clean mixing vessel, pour about 4,73 to 5,68 L (5 to 6 U.S. qts.) of clean potable water.
3. Gradually add 22,7 kg (50 lbs.) of powder while slowly mixing.
4. Use a low-speed mixing drill (at about 300 rpm). Mix thoroughly until mixture becomes a smooth, homogenous, lump-free paste. Avoid prolonged mixing.
5. Allow the mortar to stand (“slake”) for 10 minutes. Remix but do not add more water.
6. Wash your tools immediately after mixing.
7. The pot life of the mix is between 4 and 6 hours. If mixture becomes heavy or stiff, remix without adding more water or powder.

C. APPLICATION

1. Use of a notched trowel with adequate depth to achieve an 80% mortar contact, after beat-in, to the back of the tile and substrate for all interior applications, and more than 95% for exterior, commercial floor and wet applications is recommended. It is recommended to back butter tiles larger than 200 mm x 200 mm (8" x 8") to provide full bedding and firm support (Refer to ANSI A108.5 specifications and TCNA handbook guidelines).
2. Using the flat edge of the trowel, spread a thin coat over the substrate.
3. Then apply additional material and comb the mortar with the notched side of the trowel. Do not spread more mortar than can be covered with the tiles within 10 to 15 minutes. Otherwise a skin may form on top of the mortar and proper adhesion will not be achieved.
4. Place the tiles firmly into position with a slight twisting motion. Then once the tile has been set, properly beat in the tiles with a beating block in order that at least 1/4 of the thickness of the tile is set into the mortar bed. Push the tiles back and forth in a direction perpendicular to trowel lines, to collapse the mortar ridges and to help achieve maximum coverage.
5. Ensure proper contact between mortar, tile and substrate by periodically lifting a few tiles to check for acceptable coverage. Should coverage not be adequate, remove the dry or skinned mortar and replace it with fresh mortar.
6. Clean out the joints and smudges from the face of the tile immediately with a damp towel.

NOTE: Leave at least 2/3 of the joint depth open for grouting (see ANSI A108.10 guidelines).

EXPANSION AND CONTROL JOINTS

Provide expansion and control joints where specified. Do not cover any expansion joints with mortar. Follow ANSI A 3.8, "Requirements for Expansion Joints", TCNA Detail EJ171 or TTMAC Specifications Guide 09 30 00 Detail 301EJ.

PROTECTION

- Protect tile-work from freezing and complete water immersion for at least 28 days after the completion of the work performed.
- Do not walk on the tiles for at least 48 hours after the installation.
- Plywood stepping boards may be used after 24 hours when it is unavoidable to occasionally step on the floor. Do not permit heavy traffic to pass on the tiles for at least 7 days after the installation.
- Protect walls from impact, heavy hammering and vibration on opposite and adjacent walls for at least 14 days after installation.
- When working in cold temperatures or high humidity protect the tile-work for an extended period of time to permit the mortar to adequately cure before you grout or permit traffic to walk on the tiles.

CLEANING

Wash your tools immediately after mixing. Clean your hands and tools with water while the mortar is wet.

PACKAGING

DYNA® CERAFLEX-LFT | Polymer-Modified Medium-Bed & Thin-Set Mortar for Large Format Tiles is available in 22.7 kg (50 lb.) bag.

SAFETY WARNINGS

CAUTION. Consult and read the SDS thoroughly for this product for more safety information. This product is corrosive as it contains Portland cement. Portland cement when mixed with water results in a solution of calcium hydroxide and is therefore injurious to the eyes and can cause skin irritation. Therefore, avoid eye contact and prolonged contact with the skin. Protect eyes with goggles and skin with waterproof gloves. If splashed in eyes, flush thoroughly for at least 15 minutes and consult a physician immediately. In case of ingestion, drink milk or water (avoid fruit juices) and consult a physician immediately.
KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN

NOTICE

DYNA shall not be liable for incidental and consequential damages, indirectly or directly sustained, nor for any loss by application of these goods not in accordance with the printed instructions or for other than the intended use. Before using the user shall determine the suitability of the product for its intended use and the user will assume all risks and liabilities that may arise in connection therewith. DYNA’s liability is expressly limited to the replacement of defective goods. Any claim shall be deemed waived unless the claim is made in writing to DYNA within 30 days
from the date it was, or reasonably should have been,
discovered that the product was defective.

LIMITED WARRANTY

This premium quality product was designed to satisfy the user. If you are not satisfied after Surface Testing on a small area, please contact our technical service department immediately.
NO WARRANTIES expressed or implied are offered by DYNA. The Manufacturer’s liability is limited to the replacement of products proven defective.
The user assumes all risks and liabilities associated with the use of this product.


Product Performance

ANSI Test Procedure ANSI Specification Test Results
ANSI A118.4 Shear strength, glazed wall tile >300 psi (2,07 MPa) at 7 days 600 to 800 psi (4,14 to 5,52 MPa)
ANSI A118.15 Shear strength, impervious ceramic mosaics >200 psi (1,38 MPa) at 28 days 350 to 500 psi (2,42 to 3,45 MPa)
ANSI A118.15 Shear strength, quarry tile > 150 psi (1,03 MPa) at 28 days 400 to 550 psi (2,76 to 3,8 MPa)
ANSI A118.11 Shear strength, quarry tile to plywood > 150 psi (1,03 MPa) at 28 days 225 to 360 psi (1,56 to 2,48 MPa)

ISO 13007 Classification Classification Requirement
C2 (cementitious, improved adhesion) ≥ 145 psi (1.0 MPa) after standard aging, heat aging, water immersion and freeze/thaw cycles
T (vertical slip resistance) ≤ 0,5 mm (0.019") porcelain tile
E (extended open time) ≥ 72.5 psi (0,5 MPa) after 30 minutes
S1 (normal deformation of mortar) ≥ 2,5 mm (0.1")
P2 (improved adhesion to plywood) ≥ 72.5 psi (0,5 MPa)

Products
at 22°C (72°F) and 50% relative humidity
Shelf life 1 year
Open time 40 minutes
Pot life > 4 hours
Time before grouting 16 to 24 hours
Final Cure 28 days
VOCs (Rule #1168 of California's SCAQMD) 0 g/L.

Packaging

Product Code Size And Color
611G50 22.7 kg (50 lbs.) Grey
611UW50 22.7 kg (50 lbs.) Ultra White
Coverage

Trowel Size Coverage per 22.7 kg (50 lbs.)

 

6 x 6 x 6 mm (1/4" x 1/4" x 1/4")

6,97 to 8,36 m² (75 to 90 sq. ft.)

6 x 10 x 6 mm (1/4" x 3/8" x 1/4")

5,11 to 6,04 m² (55 to 65 sq. ft.)

12 x 12 x 12 mm (1/2" x 1/2" x 1/2")

3,53 to 4,18 m² (38 to 45 sq. ft.)

19 x 14 x 10 mm (3/4" x 9/16" x 3/8")

2,32 to 3,72 m² (25 to 40 sq. ft.)

DESCRIPTION

DYNA® DYNABOND 400 | Thin-Set Mortar (for Floor & Wall Tiles) (Premium Grade) is a Portland cement powder, graded silica aggregates and chemicals carefully selected and controlled by DYNA Corporation. It is a resin reinforced high shear bond strength dry-set thin-set mortar. It provides a permanent installation with high bond strength and requires no soaking of tiles. DYNABOND 400 is resistant to water after being cured but does not provide a waterproof barrier. Areas with prolonged contact with water, DYNALASTIC 5000 should be used in place of water when mixing. When mixed with DYNALASTIC 5000 it may be installed for indoor residential and light to moderate commercial floors and countertops in dry areas only over CSA-0211 EXTERIOR SELECT or (SEL TF) Douglas Fir plywood according to COFI classification, vinyl asbestos tile and dry cut-back adhesive. For increased freeze/thaw resistance mix with DYNALASTIC 5000 in place of water. For the installation of porcelain stoneware tile DYNALASTIC 5000 should be used in place of water.

ADVANTAGES

- Easy to Handle: Plastic, workable, glides on, non-sagging, long open time and increased tile adjustability.
- High Bond Strength: Greater than 200% stronger than mastic type adhesives.
- Versatile: Lower material and labour costs than conventional Portland cement mortar beds.

USES

Ideal for setting absorptive, semi-vitreous and vitreous ceramic, marble, and granite floor and wall tiles over concrete masonry, cured Portland cement mortar beds, brick, glass mesh mortar units, gypsum board, unglazed ceramic, marble and clay tile for residential, commercial, interior or exterior applications.

COLORS

LIMITATIONS

1. Stone such as Rosso Levanto and Negro Marquina or any green marble can be set with this material but due to the characteristics of these types of stone, warpage may occur due to changes in temperature, humidity, or the water in the thin-set mortar. It is, therefore, recommended that DYNAPOXY be used for the setting of these stones.
2. For the installation of white or translucent marble a white setting mortar should be used.
Do not use grey mortar mixes as this may discolour or stain the stone.
3. Do not use over presswood, particle board, Masonite, chipboard, laun, asbestos board, gypsum floor patching compounds, metal glass, plastic or any unstable materials which are deemed unsuitable substrates.
4. In dry areas only for interior residential, light or moderate commercial floors when mixed with DYNALASTIC 5000 in place of water it can be used on CSA-0211 Exterior Select or (SEL TF) Douglas fir plywood and countertops.
5. Do not use in temperatures below 10°C (50°F) or above 40°C (104°F).
6. Keep the area of installation from freezing for at least 28 days after application.

SECTIONS     -    930000

DIRECTIONS

A. SURFACE PREPARATION

1. All substrates must be to the recommended tolerances of ANSI A108.5 for dry-set mortar
installations.
2. The substrates must be structurally sound, solid, stable, dry, clean and free of grease, oil, paint, dust, tar, wax, curing agent, primer, sealer, or any other substances which may prevent or reduce the adhesion of this product.
3. Painted surfaces must be completely sanded, scrapped, or chipped to promote adhesion. 4. Surfaces may be cleaned with DYNA brand of cleaners if thoroughly flushed and neutralized.

B. MIXING

1. Use a clean mixing vessel and pour approximately 5.5 L (1.45 Gal) to 6.0 L (1.59 Gal) of cold clean water and then add 22.7 kg (50 lbs) of DYNABOND 400 gradually while mixing.
2. Use a slow speed mixer (approximately 150 R.P.M).
3. Mix thoroughly to a homogeneous and smooth consistency. Avoid air entrapment by prolonged mixing which will shorten the pot life and reduce the compression strength of the mortar.
4. Let the mix slake for 10 to 15 minutes.
5. Re-stir the entire contents of the vessel without adding anymore water to the dry mix.
6. Wash your tools immediately after mixing.
7. When mixing with DYNALASTIC 5000 in place of water pour approximately 7.0 L (1.85 Gal) of DYNALASTIC 5000 and then add the dry mix.
8. The pot life of the mix is between 4 and 6 hours.

NOTE: Some stiffening may occur before all material is used (approximately 4 hours). When this occurs, simply re-stir by hand or machine, but DO NOT add anymore liquid.

C. APPLICATION

Read the Safety Data Sheet (SDS) before use.
1. Use of a recommended notched trowel with adequate depth to achieve a 100% mortar contact, after beat-in, to the back of the tiles is recommended.
2. Using the flat edge of the trowel, spread a thin coat over the substrate.
3. Then apply additional material and comb the mortar with the notched side of the trowel.
4. Do not spread more mix than can be covered with the tiles within 10 to 15 minutes. Otherwise a skin may form on top of the mortar and proper adhesion will not be achieved.
5. Place the tiles firmly into position with a slight twisting motion. Then once the tile has been set, properly beat in the tiles with a beating block in order that at least 1/4 of the thickness of the tile is set into the mortar bed.
6. Finished mortar bed thickness should be between 2.5 - 3.0 mm (3/32 to 1/8 inch) thick after tiles are beat in without any voids or air pockets.
7. Insure that all your alignments and adjustments are performed immediately (do not exceed 30-40 minutes).
8. Should skinning occur, remove the dry or skinned mortar and replace it with fresh mortar. Clean out the joints and smudges from the face of the tile immediately with a damp towel.
10. Leave at least 2/3 of the joint depth open for grouting. Do not soak the tiles before application.
11. For commercial floors, shower applications and exterior applications back butter each tile immediately prior to laying it into position using the flat edge of the trowel to insure and achieve 100% mortar contact.

COVERAGE

Depending on the width of your pavement joints, a 22.7 kg (50 lb.) bag of DYNABOND 400 | Thin-Set Mortar will cover from 7 m² - 8 m² (75 ft² to 86 ft²).

EXPANSION AND CONTROL JOINTS

Provide expansion and control joints where specified. Do not cover any expansion joints with mortar. Cut tiles on both sides along the edges of the expansion joints. Also insert the specified compressible bead and sealant to caulk the expansion and control joint.
Follow ANSI AN 3.8, “Requirements for Expansion Joints”.

GROUTING

Do not walk over, grout or disturb the tiles for at least 48 hours after the installation. Use DYNACOLOR grouts when grouting.

PROTECTION

- Protect tile-work from freezing and complete water immersion for at least 28 days after the completion of the work performed.
- Do not walk on the tiles for at least 48 hours after the installation.
- Plywood stepping boards may be used after 24 hours when it is unavoidable to occasionally step on the floor.
- Do not permit heavy traffic to pass on the tiles for at least 7 days after the installation.
- Protect walls from impact, heavy hammering and vibration on opposite and adjacent walls for at least 14 days after installation.
- When working in cold temperatures or high humidity protect the tile-work for an extended period of time to permit the mortar to adequately cure before you grout or permit traffic to walk on the tiles.

CLEANING

Wash your tools immediately after mixing. Clean your hands and tools with water while the mortar is wet.

PACKAGING

DYNA® DYNABOND 400 | Thin-Set Mortar (for Floor & Wall Tiles) (Premium Grade) is available in 22.7 kg (50 lbs) bag.

SAFETY WARNINGS

CAUTION. Consult and read the SDS thoroughly for this product for more safety information. This product is corrosive as it contains Portland cement. Portland cement when mixed with water results in a solution of calcium hydroxide and is therefore injurious to the eyes and can cause skin irritation. Therefore, avoid eye contact and prolonged contact with the skin. Protect eyes with goggles and skin with waterproof gloves. If splashed in eyes, flush thoroughly for at least 15 minutes and consult a physician immediately. In case of ingestion consult a physician immediately.
KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN

NOTICE

DYNA shall not be liable for incidental and consequential damages, indirectly or directly sustained, nor for any loss by application of these goods not in accordance with the printed instructions or for other than the intended use. Before using the user shall determine the suitability of the product for its intended use and the user will assume all risks and liabilities that may arise in connection therewith. DYNA’s liability is expressly limited to the replacement of defective goods. Any claim shall be deemed waived unless the claim is made in writing to DYNA within 30 days
from the date it was, or reasonably should have been,
discovered that the product was defective.

LIMITED WARRANTY

This premium quality product was designed to satisfy the user. If you are not satisfied after Surface Testing on a small area, please contact our technical service department immediately.
NO WARRANTIES expressed or implied are offered by DYNA. The Manufacturer’s liability is limited to the replacement of products proven defective.
The user assumes all risks and liabilities associated with the use of this product.

Coverage

Trowel Size Coverage per 22.7 kg (50 lbs.)

 

6 x 6 x 6 mm (1/4" x 1/4" x 1/4")

6,97 to 8,36 m² (75 to 90 sq. ft.)

6 x 10 x 6 mm (1/4" x 3/8" x 1/4")

5,11 to 6,04 m² (55 to 65 sq. ft.)

12 x 12 x 12 mm (1/2" x 1/2" x 1/2")

3,53 to 4,18 m² (38 to 45 sq. ft.)

DESCRIPTION

The ultimate one-step, polymer modified, thin-set mortar for interior and exterior installation of ceramic tile, porcelain stoneware, natural stone, quarry tile, pavers and brick. DYNA® DYNAFLEX 600 Premium Polymer Modified Thin-Set Mortar is designed to be mixed with water, has a long open time, high sag and slip resistance with unsurpassed adhesion and workability. It can be used for most interior/exterior residential and commercial tile applications on floors and walls.

USES

- Excellent for exterior, interior and underwater applications.
- It can also be used on EGP- exterior grade plywood (interior only) as well as concrete substrates.
- Most interior/exterior residential and commercial installations on floors and walls.
- Installation of ceramic and porcelain tile, glass tile, quarry tile, pavers, Saltillo tile, and many types of marble, granite and natural and manufactured stone.
- It can be used for thin-set and medium bed applications.

COLORS

STANDARDS

Exceeds:
- ANSI A118.4
- ANSI A118.11
- ANSI A118.15
- ISO 13007 Classification C2TES1P2

LIMITATIONS

1. Install only at temperatures between 4°C and 35°C (40°F and 95°F).
2. Do not use for moisture-sensitive stone (green marble, most agglomerates, resin-backed tiles, some limestone and granite tiles). Instead, use a suitable epoxy or urethane adhesive.
3. Do not use over dimensionally unstable substrates such as hardwood floors, oriented strand board (OSB), substrates containing asbestos, luan, Masonite® or metal. To use directly over gypsum-based patching or leveling substrates, apply suitable primer before use.
4. Use a white mortar when installing light colored or translucent stone and glass tile.5. Installations of tile over nonporous surfaces (waterproofing membranes, sheet membranes, existing tile, etc.) will require extended setting and curing times.
6. Installation of large format tiles will require extended setting and curing times.
7. For veneer installations using this product, consult local building code requirements regarding limitations and installation system specifications.
8. Surfaces must be structurally sound and stable to support ceramic/stone tile, thin brick and similar finishes. Substrate deflection under all live, dead and impact loads, including concentrated loads, must not exceed L/360 for thin bed ceramic tile/brick installations or L/480 for thin bed stone installations.

SUITABLE SUBSTRATES

- Concrete (cured at least 28 days).
- Masonry cement block, brick, cement mortar beds and leveling coats.
- Cement backer units (CBUs).
- Gypsum wallboard and plaster – interior walls in dry areas only.
- EGP-APA and CANPLY Group 1 exterior-grade plywood (interior, residential and light
commercial in dry conditions only).
- Properly prepared vinyl composition tile (VCT), plastic laminate countertops, non-cushioned and sheet vinyl (interior only).
- Non-water soluble cutback adhesive residue (interior only).
- Properly prepared existing ceramic and porcelain tile, cement terrazzo, quarry tile, natural
stone and pavers.
- DYNA waterproofing, crack-isolation and sound reduction membranes.

SECTIONS     -    930000

DIRECTIONS

A. SURFACE PREPARATION

1. All substrates should be structurally sound, stable, dry, clean and free of any substances that may reduce or prevent proper adhesion.
2. Painted surfaces must be completely sanded, scrapped, or chipped to promote adhesion. Surfaces may be cleaned with a DYNA brand of cleaner if thoroughly flushed and neutralized.
3. Dry, dusty concrete slabs or masonry should be dampened and excess water swept off. Installation may be made on a damp surface.
4. Concrete slabs must be plumb and true to within 6 mm (1/4") in 3 m (10 feet).
5. Rough or uneven concrete surfaces should be made smooth with a DYNA Latex Portland Cement Underlayment to provide a wood float (or better) finish.
6. Expansion joints shall be provided through the tile work from all construction or expansion joints in the substrate. Follow ANSI specification A108.01-3.7 “Requirements for Movement Joints” or TCNA detail EJ-171 “Movement Joints—Vertical & Horizontal” or TTMAC Specification Guide 09 30 00 Detail 301EJ.
Do not cover expansion joints with mortar.
7. For Exterior grade plywood substrates the wood sub-flooring must be structurally sound and securely fastened with screw type or ring shank nails and adhesive. Plywood flooring should be free from dust, dirt, oil, grease, etc. There must be 2 layers of 16 mm (5/8") exterior grade plywood on bridged floor joists 400 mm (16") on center with a maximum deflection of L/360 of the span for ceramic tile and L/480 of the span for stone installations. Joints on the top layer should be offset from the joints on the bottom layer of plywood. A gap of 6 mm (1/4") is required between overlay sheets and all materials they abut such as walls, adjacent sheets, posts, etc. The adjacent edges of plywood sheets shall not be more than 0.8 mm (1/32") above or below each other.

B. MIXING

1. Read the SDS for this product thoroughly and wear the appropriate safety gear.
2. Into a clean mixing vessel, pour about 4,73 to 5,68 L (5 to 6 U.S. qts.) of clean potable water.
3. Gradually add 22,7 kg (50 lbs.) of powder while slowly mixing.
4. Use a low-speed mixing drill (at about 300 rpm). Mix thoroughly until mixture becomes a smooth, homogenous, lump-free paste. Avoid prolonged mixing.
5. Allow the mortar to stand (“slake”) for 10 minutes. Remix but do not add more water.
6. Wash your tools immediately after mixing.
7. The pot life of the mix is between 4 and 6 hours. If mixture becomes heavy or stiff, remix without adding more water or powder.

C. APPLICATION

1. Use of a notched trowel with adequate depth to achieve an 80% mortar contact, after beat-in, to the back of the tile and substrate for all interior applications, and more than 95% for exterior, commercial floor and wet applications is recommended. It is recommended to back butter tiles larger than 200 mm x 200 mm (8" x 8") to provide full bedding and firm support (Refer to ANSI A108.5 specifications and TCNA handbook guidelines).
2. Using the flat edge of the trowel, spread a thin coat over the substrate.
3. Then apply additional material and comb the mortar with the notched side of the trowel. Do not spread more mortar than can be covered with the tiles within 10 to 15 minutes. Otherwise a skin may form on top of the mortar and proper adhesion will not be achieved.
4. Place the tiles firmly into position with a slight twisting motion. Then once the tile has been set, properly beat in the tiles with a beating block in order that at least 1/4 of the thickness of the tile is set into the mortar bed. Push the tiles back and forth in a direction perpendicular to trowel lines, to collapse the mortar ridges and to help achieve maximum coverage.
5. Ensure proper contact between mortar, tile and substrate by periodically lifting a few tiles to check for acceptable coverage. Should coverage not be adequate, remove the dry or skinned mortar and replace it with fresh mortar.
6. Clean out the joints and smudges from the face of the tile immediately with a damp towel.
Leave at least 2/3 of the joint depth open for grouting (see ANSI A108.10 guidelines).

EXPANSION AND CONTROL JOINTS

Provide expansion and control joints where specified. Do not cover any expansion joints with mortar. Follow ANSI A 3.8, "Requirements for Expansion Joints", TCNA Detail EJ171 or TTMAC Specifications Guide 09 30 00 Detail 301EJ.

CLEANING

Wash your tools immediately after mixing. Clean your hands and tools with water while the mortar is wet.

PACKAGING

DYNA® DYNAFLEX 600 Premium Polymer Modified Thin-Set Mortar is available in 22.7 kg (50 lb.) Bag.

SAFETY WARNINGS

CAUTION. Consult and read the SDS thoroughly for this product for more safety information. This product is corrosive as it contains Portland cement. Portland cement when mixed with water results in a solution of calcium hydroxide and is therefore injurious to the eyes and can cause skin irritation. Therefore, avoid eye contact and prolonged contact with the skin. Protect eyes with goggles and skin with waterproof gloves. If splashed in eyes, flush thoroughly for at least 15 minutes and consult a physician immediately. In case of ingestion, drink milk or water (avoid fruit juices) and consult a physician immediately.
KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN

NOTICE

DYNA shall not be liable for incidental and consequential damages, indirectly or directly sustained, nor for any loss by application of these goods not in accordance with the printed instructions or for other than the intended use. Before using the user shall determine the suitability of the product for its intended use and the user will assume all risks and liabilities that may arise in connection therewith. DYNA’s liability is expressly limited to the replacement of defective goods. Any claim shall be deemed waived unless the claim is made in writing to DYNA within 30 days
from the date it was, or reasonably should have been,
discovered that the product was defective.

LIMITED WARRANTY

This premium quality product was designed to satisfy the user. If you are not satisfied after Surface Testing on a small area, please contact our technical service department immediately.
NO WARRANTIES expressed or implied are offered by DYNA. The Manufacturer’s liability is limited to the replacement of products proven defective.
The user assumes all risks and liabilities associated with the use of this product.


Product Performance

ANSI Test Procedure ANSI Specification Test Results
ANSI A118.4 Shear strength, glazed wall tile > 2,07 MPa (300 psi) at 7 days 4,14 to 5,52 MPa (600 to 800 psi)
ANSI A118.15 Shear strength, impervious ceramic mosaics > 1,38 MPa (200 psi) at 28 days 2,42 to 3,45 MPa (350 to 500 psi)
ANSI A118.15 Shear strength, quarry tile > 1,03 MPa (150 psi) at 28 days 2,76 to 3,8 MPa (400 to 550 psi)
ANSI A118.11 Shear strength, quarry tile to plywood > 1,03 MPa (150 psi) at 28 days 1,56 to 2,48 MPa (225 to 360 psi)

ISO 13007 Classification Classification Requirement
C2 (cementitious, improved adhesion) ≥ 1.0 MPa (145 psi) after standard aging, heat aging, water immersion and freeze/thaw cycles
T (vertical slip resistance) ≤ 0,5 mm (0.019") porcelain tile
E (extended open time) ≥ 0,5 MPa (72.5 psi) after 30 minutes
S1 (normal deformation of mortar) ≥ 2,5 mm (0.1")
P2 (improved adhesion to plywood) ≥ 0,5 MPa (72.5 psi)

Products
at 22°C (72°F) and 50% relative humidity
Shelf life 1 year
Open time 40 minutes
Pot life > 4 hours
Time before grouting 16 to 24 hours
Final Cure 28 days
VOCs (Rule #1168 of California's SCAQMD) 0 g/L.

Packaging

Product Code Size And Color
611G50 22.7 kg (50 lbs.) Grey
611UW50 22.7 kg (50 lbs.) Ultra White
Coverage

Trowel Size Coverage per 22.7 kg (50 lbs.)

 

6 x 6 x 6 mm (1/4" x 1/4" x 1/4")

6,97 to 8,36 m² (75 to 90 sq. ft.)

6 x 10 x 6 mm (1/4" x 3/8" x 1/4")

5,11 to 6,04 m² (55 to 65 sq. ft.)

12 x 12 x 12 mm (1/2" x 1/2" x 1/2")

3,53 to 4,18 m² (38 to 45 sq. ft.)

19 x 14 x 10 mm (3/4" x 9/16" x 3/8")

2,32 to 3,72 m² (25 to 40 sq. ft.)

DESCRIPTION

The ultimate one-step, polymer modified, quick-setting thin-set mortar for interior and exterior installation of ceramic tile, porcelain stoneware, natural stone, quarry tile, pavers and brick. DYNA® DYNAFLEX RS 650 Polymer-Modified Thin-Set (Quick Setting) is designed to be mixed with water, has a long open time, high sag and slip resistance with unsurpassed adhesion and workability. It can be used for most interior/exterior residential and commercial tile applications on floors and walls.

USES

- Excellent for exterior, interior and underwater applications.
- It can also be used on EGP exterior grade plywood (interior only) as well as concrete substrates.
- Most interior/exterior residential and commercial installations on floors and walls.
- Installation of ceramic and porcelain tile, glass tile, quarry tile, pavers, Saltillo tile, and many types of marble, granite and natural and manufactured stone.
- It can be used for thin-set and medium bed applications.

COLORS

STANDARDS

Exceeds:
- ANSI A118.4
- ANSI A118.11
- ANSI A118.15
- ISO 13007 Classification C2TES1P2

LIMITATIONS

1. Install only at temperatures between 4°C and 35°C (40°F and 95°F).
2. Do not use for moisture-sensitive stone (green marble, most agglomerates, resin-backed tiles, some limestone and granite tiles). Instead, use a suitable epoxy or urethane adhesive.
3. Do not use over dimensionally unstable substrates such as hardwood floors, oriented strand board (OSB), substrates containing asbestos, luan, Masonite® or metal.
4. To use directly over gypsum-based patching or leveling substrates, apply suitable primer before use.
5. Use a white mortar when installing light colored or translucent stone and glass tile.
6. Installations of tile over nonporous surfaces (waterproofing membranes, sheet membranes, existing tile, etc.) will require extended setting and curing times.
7. Installation of large format tiles will require extended setting and curing times.
8. For veneer installations using this product, consult local building code requirements regarding limitations and installation system specifications.
9. Surfaces must be structurally sound and stable to support ceramic/stone tile, thin brick and similar finishes. Substrate deflection under all live, dead and impact loads, including concentrated loads, must not exceed L/360 for thin bed ceramic tile/brick installations or L/480 for thin bed stone installations.

SUITABLE SUBSTRATES

- Concrete (cured at least 28 days).
- Masonry cement block, brick, cement mortar beds and leveling coats.
- Cement backer units (CBUs).
- Gypsum wallboard and plaster – interior walls in dry areas only.
- EGP-APA and CANPLY Group 1 exterior-grade plywood (interior, residential and light
commercial in dry conditions only).
- Properly prepared vinyl composition tile (VCT), plastic laminate countertops, non-cushioned and sheet vinyl (interior only).
- Non-water soluble cutback adhesive residue (interior only).
- Properly prepared existing ceramic and porcelain tile, cement terrazzo, quarry tile, natural
stone and pavers.
- DYNA waterproofing, crack-isolation and sound reduction membranes.

SECTIONS     -    930000

DIRECTIONS

A. SURFACE PREPARATION

1. All substrates should be structurally sound, stable, dry, clean and free of any substances that may reduce or prevent proper adhesion.
2. Painted surfaces must be completely sanded, scrapped, or chipped to promote adhesion. 3. Surfaces may be cleaned with a DYNA brand of cleaner if thoroughly flushed and neutralized.
4. Dry, dusty concrete slabs or masonry should be dampened and excess water swept off. Installation may be made on a damp surface. Concrete slabs must be plumb and true to within 6 mm (1/4") in 3 m (10 feet).
5. Rough or uneven concrete surfaces should be made smooth with a DYNA Latex Portland Cement Underlayment to provide a wood float (or better) finish.
6. Expansion joints shall be provided through the tile work from all construction or expansion joints in the substrate. Follow ANSI specification A108.01-3.7 “Requirements for Movement Joints” or TCNA detail EJ-171 “Movement Joints—Vertical & Horizontal” or TTMAC Specification Guide 09 30 00 Detail 301EJ. Do not cover expansion joints with mortar.
7. For Exterior grade plywood substrates the wood sub-flooring must be structurally sound and securely fastened with screw type or ring shank nails and adhesive. Plywood flooring should be free from dust, dirt, oil, grease, etc. There must be 2 layers of 16 mm (5/8") exterior grade plywood on bridged floor joists 400 mm (16") on center with a maximum deflection of L/360 of the span for ceramic tile and L/480 of the span for stone installations. Joints on the top layer should be offset from the joints on the bottom layer of plywood.
8. A gap of 6 mm (1/4") is required between overlay sheets and all materials they abut such as walls, adjacent sheets, posts, etc. The adjacent edges of plywood sheets shall not be more than 0.8 mm (1/32") above or below each other.

B. MIXING

1. Read the MSDS for this product thoroughly and wear the appropriate safety gear.
2. Into a clean mixing vessel, pour about 4,73 to 5,68 L (5 to 6 U.S. qts.) of clean potable water.
3. Gradually add 22,7 kg (50 lbs.) of powder while slowly mixing.
4. Use a low-speed mixing drill (at about 300 rpm). Mix thoroughly until mixture becomes a smooth, homogenous, lump-free paste. Avoid prolonged mixing.
5. Allow the mortar to stand (“slake”) for 10 minutes.
6. Remix but do not add more water.
7. Wash your tools immediately after mixing.
8. The pot life of the mix is between 4 and 6 hours. If mixture becomes heavy or stiff, remix without adding more water or powder.

C. APPLICATION

1. Use of a notched trowel with adequate depth to achieve a 80% mortar contact, after beat-in, to the back of the tile and substrate for all interior applications, and more than 95% for exterior, commercial floor and wet applications is recommended.
2. It is recommended to back butter tiles larger than 200 mm x 200 mm (8" x 8") to provide full bedding and firm support. (Refer to ANSI A108.5 specifications and TCNA handbook guidelines.)
3. Using the flat edge of the trowel, spread a thin coat over the substrate.
4. Then apply additional material and comb the mortar with the notched side of the trowel.
5. Do not spread more mortar than can be covered with the tiles within 10 to 15 minutes. Otherwise a skin may form on top of the mortar and proper adhesion will not be achieved.
6. Place the tiles firmly into position with a slight twisting motion.
7. Then once the tile has been set, properly beat in the tiles with a beating block in order that at least 1/4 of the thickness of the tile is set into the mortar bed.
8. Push the tiles back and forth in a direction perpendicular to trowel lines, to collapse the mortar ridges and to help achieve maximum coverage.
9. Ensure proper contact between mortar, tile and substrate by periodically lifting a few tiles to check for acceptable coverage.
10. Should coverage not be adequate, remove the dry or skinned mortar and replace it with fresh mortar.
11. Clean out the joints and smudges from the face of the tile immediately with a damp towel. Leave at least 2/3 of the joint depth open for grouting (see ANSI A108.10 guidelines).

EXPANSION AND CONTROL JOINTS

Provide expansion and control joints where specified. Do not cover any expansion joints with mortar. Follow ANSI A 3.8, "Requirements for Expansion Joints", TCNA Detail EJ171 or TTMAC Specifications Guide 09 30 00 Detail 301EJ.

PROTECTION

- Protect tile-work from freezing and complete water immersion for at least 28 days after the completion of the work performed.
- Do not walk on the tiles for at least 48 hours after the installation.
- Plywood stepping boards may be used after 24 hours when it is unavoidable to occasionally step on the floor.
- Do not permit heavy traffic to pass on the tiles for at least 7 days after the installation.
- Protect walls from impact, heavy hammering and vibration on opposite and adjacent walls for at least 14 days after installation.
- When working in cold temperatures or high humidity protect the tile-work for an extended period of time to permit the mortar to adequately cure before you grout or permit traffic to walk on the tiles.

CLEANING

Wash your tools immediately after mixing. Clean your hands and tools with water while the mortar is wet.

PACKAGING

DYNA® DYNAFLEX RS 650 Polymer-Modified Thin-Set (Quick Setting) is available in 22.7 kg (50 lb.) Bag.

SAFETY WARNINGS

CAUTION. Consult and read the SDS thoroughly for this product for more safety information. This product is corrosive as it contains Portland cement. Portland cement when mixed with water results in a solution of calcium hydroxide and is therefore injurious to the eyes and can cause skin irritation. Therefore, avoid eye contact and prolonged contact with the skin. Protect eyes with goggles and skin with waterproof gloves. If splashed in eyes, flush thoroughly for at least 15 minutes and consult a physician immediately. In case of ingestion, drink milk or water (avoid fruit juices) and consult a physician immediately.
KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN

NOTICE

DYNA shall not be liable for incidental and consequential damages, indirectly or directly sustained, nor for any loss by application of these goods not in accordance with the printed instructions or for other than the intended use. Before using the user shall determine the suitability of the product for its intended use and the user will assume all risks and liabilities that may arise in connection therewith. DYNA’s liability is expressly limited to the replacement of defective goods. Any claim shall be deemed waived unless the claim is made in writing to DYNA within 30 days
from the date it was, or reasonably should have been,
discovered that the product was defective.

LIMITED WARRANTY

This premium quality product was designed to satisfy the user. If you are not satisfied after Surface Testing on a small area, please contact our technical service department immediately.
NO WARRANTIES expressed or implied are offered by DYNA. The Manufacturer’s liability is limited to the replacement of products proven defective.
The user assumes all risks and liabilities associated with the use of this product.

Coverage

Trowel Size Coverage per 22.7 kg (50 lbs.)

 

6 x 6 x 6 mm (1/4" x 1/4" x 1/4")

6,97 to 8,36 m² (75 to 90 sq. ft.)

6 x 10 x 6 mm (1/4" x 3/8" x 1/4")

5,11 to 6,04 m² (55 to 65 sq. ft.)

12 x 12 x 12 mm (1/2" x 1/2" x 1/2")

3,53 to 4,18 m² (38 to 45 sq. ft.)

19 x 14 x 10 mm (3/4" x 9/16" x 3/8")

2,32 to 3,72 m² (25 to 40 sq. ft.)

DESCRIPTION

DYNA® DYNAFLOR 300 | Thin-Set Mortar (for Non-Absorptive Floor Tiles) is a Portland cement powder, graded silica aggregates and chemicals carefully selected and controlled by DYNA Corporation. It is a high shear bond strength dry-set thin-set mortar. DYNAFLOR 300 provides a permanent installation with high bond strength and requires no soaking of tiles. DYNAFLOR 300 is resistant to water after being cured but does not provide a waterproof barrier. Areas with prolonged contact with water, DYNALASTIC 5000 should be used in place of water when mixing. When mixed with DYNALASTIC 5000 it may be installed for indoor residential and light to moderate commercial floors and countertops in dry areas only over CSA-0211 EXTERIOR SELECT or (SEL TF) Douglas Fir plywood according to COFI classification, vinyl asbestos tile and dry cut-back adhesive. For increased freeze/thaw resistance mix with DYNALASTIC 5000 in place of water. For the installation of porcelain stoneware tile DYNALASTIC 5000 should be used in place of water.

ADVANTAGES

- Easy to Handle: Plastic, workable, glides on, non-sagging, long open time and increased tile adjustability.
- High Bond Strength: Greater than 200% stronger than mastic type adhesives.
- Versatile: Lower material and labour costs than conventional Portland cement mortar beds.

USES

Ideal for setting vitreous (low absorption, less than 6%) ceramic floor tiles, quarry tiles, and pavers over concrete masonry, cured Portland cement mortar beds, brick, glass mesh mortar units, gypsum board, unglazed ceramic, marble and clay tile for residential, commercial, interior or exterior applications.

COLORS

LIMITATIONS

1. Do not use over presswood, particle board, Masonite, chipboard, laun, asbestos board, gypsum floor patching compounds, metal glass, plastic or any unstable materials which are deemed unsuitable substrates.
2. In dry areas only for interior residential, light or moderate commercial floors when mixed with DYNALASTIC 5000 in place of water it can be used on CSA-0211 Exterior Select or (SEL TF) Douglas fir plywood and countertops.
3. Do not use in temperatures below 10°C (50°F) or above 40°C (104°F).
4. Keep the area of installation from freezing for at least 28 days after application.

SECTIONS     -    930000

DIRECTIONS

A. SURFACE PREPARATION

1. All substrates must be to the recommended tolerances of ANSI A108.5 for dry-set mortar installations.
2. The substrates must be structurally sound, solid, stable, dry, clean and free of grease, oil, paint, dust, tar, wax, curing agent, primer, sealer, or any other substances which may prevent or reduce the adhesion of this product.
3. Painted surfaces must be completely sanded, scrapped, or chipped to promote adhesion. Surfaces may be cleaned with a DYNA brand of cleaner if thoroughly flushed and neutralized.

B. MIXING

1. Use a clean mixing vessel and pour approximately 5.5 L (1.45 Gal) to 6.0 L (1.59 Gal) of cold clean water and then add 22.7 kg (50 lbs) of DYNAFLOR 300 gradually while mixing.
2. Use a slow speed mixer (approximately 150 R.P.M).
3. Mix thoroughly to a homogeneous and smooth consistency. Avoid air entrapment by prolonged mixing which will shorten the pot life and reduce the compression strength of the mortar.
4. Let the mix slake for 10 to 15 minutes.
5. Re-stir the entire contents of the vessel without adding anymore water to the dry mix.
6. Wash your tools immediately after mixing.
7. When mixing with DYNALASTIC 5000 in place of water pour approximately 7.0 L (1.85 Gal) of DYNALASTIC 5000 and then add the dry mix.
8. The pot life of the mix is between 4 and 6 hours.

NOTE: Some stiffening may occur before all material is used (approximately 4 hours). When this occurs, simply re-stir by hand or machine, but DO NOT add anymore liquid.

C. APPLICATION

Read the Safety Data Sheet (SDS) before use.
1. Use of a recommended notched trowel with adequate depth to achieve a 100% mortar contact, after beat-in, to the back of the tiles is recommended.
2. Using the flat edge of the trowel, spread a thin coat over the substrate.
3. Then apply additional material and comb the mortar with the notched side of the trowel.
4. Do not spread more mix than can be covered with the tiles within 10 to 15 minutes. Otherwise a skin may form on top of the mortar and proper adhesion will not be achieved.
5. Place the tiles firmly into position with a slight twisting motion. Then once the tile has been set, properly beat in the tiles with a beating block in order that at least 1/4 of the thickness of the tile is set into the mortar bed.
6. Finished mortar bed thickness should be between 2.5 - 3.0 mm (3/32 to 1/8 inch) thick after tiles are beat in without any voids or air pockets.
7. Insure that all your alignments and adjustments are performed immediately (do not exceed 30-40 minutes).
8. Should skinning occur, remove the dry or skinned mortar and replace it with fresh mortar.
9. Clean out the joints and smudges from the face of the tile immediately with a damp towel.
10. Leave at least 2/3 of the joint depth open for grouting.
11. Do not soak the tiles before application.

NOTE: For commercial floors, shower applications and exterior applications back butter each tile immediately prior to laying it into position using the flat edge of the trowel to insure and achieve 100% mortar contact.

COVERAGE

Depending on the width of your pavement joints, a 22.7 kg (50 lb.) bag of DYNAFLOR 300 | Thin-Set Mortar will cover from 7 m² - 8 m² (75 ft² to 86 ft²).

EXPANSION AND CONTROL JOINTS

Provide expansion and control joints where specified. Do not cover any expansion joints with mortar. Cut tiles on both sides along the edges of the expansion joints. Also insert the specified compressible bead and sealant to caulk the expansion and control joint.
Follow ANSI AN 3.8, “Requirements for Expansion Joints”.

GROUTING

Do not walk over, grout or disturb the tiles for at least 48 hours after the installation. Use DYNACOLOR grouts when grouting.

PROTECTION

- Protect tile-work from freezing and complete water immersion for at least 28 days after the completion of the work performed.
- Do not walk on the tiles for at least 48 hours after the installation.
- Plywood stepping boards may be used after 24 hours when it is unavoidable to occasionally step on the floor.
- Do not permit heavy traffic to pass on the tiles for at least 7 days after the installation.
- Protect walls from impact, heavy hammering and vibration on opposite and adjacent walls for at least 14 days after installation.
- When working in cold temperatures or high humidity protect the tile-work for an extended period of time to permit the mortar to adequately cure before you grout or permit traffic to walk on the tiles.

CLEANING

Wash your tools immediately after mixing. Clean your hands and tools with water while the mortar is wet.

PACKAGING

DYNA® DYNAFLOR 300 | Thin-Set Mortar (for Non-Absorptive Floor Tiles) is available in 22.7 kg (50 lbs) bag.

SAFETY WARNINGS

CAUTION. Consult and read the SDS thoroughly for this product for more safety information. This product is corrosive as it contains Portland cement. Portland cement when mixed with water results in a solution of calcium hydroxide and is therefore injurious to the eyes and can cause skin irritation. Therefore, avoid eye contact and prolonged contact with the skin. Protect eyes with goggles and skin with waterproof gloves. If splashed in eyes, flush thoroughly for at least 15 minutes and consult a physician immediately. In case of ingestion consult a physician immediately.
KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN

NOTICE

DYNA shall not be liable for incidental and consequential damages, indirectly or directly sustained, nor for any loss by application of these goods not in accordance with the printed instructions or for other than the intended use. Before using the user shall determine the suitability of the product for its intended use and the user will assume all risks and liabilities that may arise in connection therewith. DYNA’s liability is expressly limited to the replacement of defective goods. Any claim shall be deemed waived unless the claim is made in writing to DYNA within 30 days
from the date it was, or reasonably should have been,
discovered that the product was defective.

LIMITED WARRANTY

This premium quality product was designed to satisfy the user. If you are not satisfied after Surface Testing on a small area, please contact our technical service department immediately.
NO WARRANTIES expressed or implied are offered by DYNA. The Manufacturer’s liability is limited to the replacement of products proven defective.
The user assumes all risks and liabilities associated with the use of this product.

Coverage

Trowel Size Coverage per 22.7 kg (50 lbs.)

 

6 x 6 x 6 mm (1/4" x 1/4" x 1/4")

6,97 to 8,36 m² (75 to 90 sq. ft.)

6 x 10 x 6 mm (1/4" x 3/8" x 1/4")

5,11 to 6,04 m² (55 to 65 sq. ft.)

12 x 12 x 12 mm (1/2" x 1/2" x 1/2")

3,53 to 4,18 m² (38 to 45 sq. ft.)

DESCRIPTION

Consisting of a one component polymer / latex modified Portland cement mortar for the installation of impervious porcelain, large format tile, glass mosaics, ceramic tile, marble, granite, and all natural and dimensional stone tile. For absorptive, semi-vitreous tiles and vitreous tiles in service of industrial, commercial and residential use on walls and floors. It provides a permanent installation with a high bond and compressive strength and requires no soaking of the tiles. DYNA® - MULTIFLEX 620 | Polymer-Modified Thin-Set Mortar (Universal Grade / Multi-Purpose) is resistant to water after being cured but does not provide a waterproof barrier.
It is freeze / thaw and radiant heat resistant. It provides high sag resistance for ease of installation of large format tiles.

USES

- For interior and exterior setting of non-vitreous, semi-vitreous and vitreous floor and wall ceramic tiles, porcelain stoneware tile, marble, granite, quarry tile, pavers, slate and natural and dimensional stone tiles and slabs.
- Tiles can be set over concrete masonry, Portland cement mortar beds, glass mesh mortar units, gypsum board, unglazed ceramic tile, marble, clay tile, prepared existing cementilious terrazzo floors and cementilious backer units.
- It can be used for residential, commercial and industrial installations.
- It may also be used for the installation for indoor residential and light to moderate commercial floors and countertops in dry areas only over CSA-0221 EXTERIOR SELECT or (SEL TF) Douglas Fir plywood according to COFI classification, vinyl asbestos tile and dry-cut back adhesive.

FEATURES & ADVANTAGES

- Easy to Handle: Plastic, workable, glides on, non-sagging, non-slipping, long open time and increased tile adjustability.
- High Bond Strength: Greater than 500% stronger than mastic type adhesives.
- Versatile: One material can be used for floor and wall applications. Bonds to cementitious and plywood substrates. Interior And Exterior applications. Can be used on numerous substrates. Good porcelain stoneware tiles installations.
- Premium Performance: Is radiant heat resistant. Increased freeze / thaw resistance over conventional thin-set mortars. High bond strength. High impact and flexural strength. High water resistance and less water permeable than conventional thin-set mortars.

COLORS

LIMITATIONS

1. Stone such as Rosso Levanto, Negro Marquina or any green marble can be set with this material, but due to the characteristics of these types of stone, warpage may occur due to the water in the thin-set mortar. It is therefore, recommended that DYNAPOXY 6100 be used for the setting of these types of stone.
2. For the installation of white or translucent marble, a white setting mortar should be used.
Do not use a grey mortar mix as this may discolor or stain the stone.
3. Do not use over presswood or particleboard, masonite, chipboard, laun, asbestos board, gypsum floor patching compounds, metal, glass, plastic, or any other unstable materials which are deemed unsuitable substrates.
4. Do not use in temperatures below 10°C (50°F) or above 40°C (104°F).

SECTIONS     -    930000

DIRECTIONS

A. SURFACE PREPARATION

1. All substrates must be to the recommended tolerances of ANSI A108.5 for dry-set mortar installations. The substrates must be structurally sound, stable, dry, clean, and free of grease, oil, paint, dust, tar, wax, curing agent, primer, sealer, or, any other substances, which may prevent or reduce the adhesion of this product. Painted surfaces must be completely sanded, scraped, or chipped to promote adhesion. Surfaces may be cleaned with a DYNA brand of cleaner if thoroughly flushed, rinsed and neutralized.
2. For exterior grade plywood substrates the wood sub flooring must be structurally sound and securely fastened with a screw type or ring shank nails and adhesive. Plywood flooring should be free from dust, dirt, oil, or grease. There must be 2 layers of 16mm (5/8”) exterior grade plywood on bridged floor joists exceeding 400mm (16”) maximum spacing on center with a maximum deflection of 1/360 of the span. Joints on the top layer should be offset from the joints on the bottom layer of the plywood. A gap of 3mm (1/8”) is required between overlay sheets and all materials they abut such as walls adjacent sheets, posts, etc. shall have a gap of a 6 mm (1/4”). The adjacent edges of plywood sheets shall not be more than 0.8 mm (1/32”) above or below each other
3. Detailed installation procedures may be found in the TCA handbook and hall conform to ANSI 108.5.

B. MIXING

1. Use a clean mixing vessel and pour approximately 5.0 to 5.5 litres of cold clean water then add 22.7 kgs (50 lbs) of MULTIFLEX 620 gradually while mixing.
2. Use a slow speed mixer (approximately 150 R.P.M.) Mix thoroughly to a homogeneous and smooth consistency. Avoid air entrapment by prolonged mixing, which if occurs will lower compressive strength of the mortar.
3. Permit the mix to slake for 10 to 15 minutes.
4. Re-stir the entire contents of the vessel without adding anymore water to the mix.
5. Wash you mixing tools immediately with water after use.
6. Some stiffening of the mix may occur before all the material is consumed.
When this occurs, simply restir by hand or machine, but DO NOT add any more water.

C. APPLICATION

1. Use of a recommended notched trowel with adequate depth to achieve a 100% mortar contact, after beat-in, to the back of the tiles is recommended. Using the flat edge of the trowel, spread a thin coat over the substrate.
2. Then apply additional material and comb the mortar with the notched side of the trowel. Do not spread more mix than can be covered with the tiles within 10 to 15 minutes, otherwise a skin may form on top of the mortar and proper adhesion will not be achieved.
3. Place the tiles firmly into position with a slight twisting motion. Then once the tile has been set, properly beat the tile with a beating block in order that at least 6.4mm (1/4”) of the thickness of the tile is set into the mortar bed. Finished mortar bed thickness should be between 2.5 to 3mm (3/32” to 1/8”) thick after the tiles are beat in without any voids or air pockets.
4. Insure that your alignments and adjustments are performed immediately (do not exceed 30 to 40 minutes).
5. Should skinning occur, remove the dry or skinned mortar and replace it with fresh mortar. Clean out the joints and smudges from the face of the tile immediately with a damp towel. Leave at least 2/3 of the joint depth open for grouting. Do not soak the tiles before application.
6. For commercial floors, shower applications and exterior application or when installing marble, granite, or porcelain tiles, back butter each tile immediately prior to laying it into position using the flat edge of the trowel to ensure and achieve a 100% mortar contact.

NOTE: Follow T.C.A. handbook method EJ 171 for detailed specifications. Detailed instructions on the use of this product can be obtained in the Product Data Sheet to this product.

EXPANSION AND CONTROL JOINTS

Provide expansion and control joints where specified. Do not cover any expansion joints with mortar. Cut tiles on both sides along the edges of the expansion joints. Also insert the specified compressible bead and sealant to caulk the expansion and control joint.
Follow ANSI AN 3.8, “Requirements for Expansion Joints”.

GROUTING

Do not walk over, grout or disturb the tiles for at least 48 hours after the installation. Use DYNACOLOR 1000, DYNACOLOR 2000, or DYNAPOXY 6100 grouts when grouting.

PROTECTION

- Protect tile-work from freezing and complete water immersion for at least 28 days after the completion of the work performed.
- Do not walk on the tiles for at least 48 hours after the installation.
- Plywood stepping boards may be used after 24 hours when it is unavoidable to occasionally step on the floor. Do not permit heavy traffic to pass on the tiles for at least 7 days after the installation.
- Protect walls from impact, heavy hammering and vibration on opposite and adjacent walls for at least 14 days after installation.
- When working in cold temperatures or high humidity protect the tile-work for an extended period of time to permit the mortar to adequately cure before you grout or permit traffic to walk on the tiles.

COVERAGE

22.7 kg (50 lbs) Bag: 7 m² - 8 m² (75 ft² to 86 ft²).

CLEANING

Wash your tools immediately after mixing. Clean your hands and tools with water while the mortar is wet.

PACKAGING

DYNA® - MULTIFLEX 620 | Polymer-Modified Thin-Set Mortar (Universal Grade / Multi-Purpose) is available in 22.7 kg (50 lb.) Bag.

SAFETY WARNINGS

CAUTION. Consult and read the SDS thoroughly for this product for more safety information. This product is corrosive as it contains Portland cement. Portland cement when mixed with water results in a solution of calcium hydroxide and is therefore injurious to the eyes and can cause skin irritation. Therefore, avoid eye contact and prolonged contact with the skin. Protect eyes with goggles and skin with waterproof gloves. If splashed in eyes, flush thoroughly for at least 15 minutes and consult a physician immediately.
In case of ingestion, drink milk or water (avoid fruit juices)
and consult a physician immediately.
KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN

NOTICE

DYNA shall not be liable for incidental and consequential damages, indirectly or directly sustained, nor for any loss by application of these goods not in accordance with the printed instructions or for other than the intended use. Before using the user shall determine the suitability of the product for its intended use and the user will assume all risks and liabilities that may arise in connection therewith. DYNA’s liability is expressly limited to the replacement of defective goods. Any claim shall be deemed waived unless the claim is made in writing to DYNA within 30 days
from the date it was, or reasonably should have been,
discovered that the product was defective.

LIMITED WARRANTY

This premium quality product was designed to satisfy the user. If you are not satisfied after Surface Testing on a small area, please contact our technical service department immediately.
NO WARRANTIES expressed or implied are offered by DYNA. The Manufacturer’s liability is limited to the replacement of products proven defective.
The user assumes all risks and liabilities associated with the use of this product.


Packaging

Product Code Size And Color
22.7 kg (50 lbs.) Grey
22.7 kg (50 lbs.) Ultra White

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