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ALSAN® RS QUARTZ AGGREGATE

ALSAN® RS QUARTZ AGGREGATE

ALSAN RS QUARTZ AGGREGATE are colored aggregates used to achieve an aesthetic finish, bond/wearing layer or non-skid wearing surface for ALSAN RS or ALSAN TRAFIK RS systems. ALSAN RS QUARTZ AGGREGATE are washed, kiln-dried, dust-free, angular grain quartz silica suitable for broadcasting and are available in a variety of colors.

Product Properties

  • Grade 0 0.4 - 0.8 mm (40-S: 40 mesh spherical)
  • Grade 1 0.7 - 1.2 mm (25-A: 25 mesh angular)
  • Packaging 50 lb. (22.7kg) bags
  • Storage Temperature 32°F (0°C) - 77°F (25°C)

Installation

ALSAN RS QUARTZ AGGREGATE is hand-broadcast into an appropriate coat of ALSAN RS or ALSAN TRAFIK RS resins, mortars and surfacing layers. When applying a colored quartz finish, SOPREMA recommends blending a minimum of three different colored aggregates for the best aesthetic results. Refer to individual product data sheets for additional information regarding mixing, application and use.

 

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