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hong  
#1 Posted : Tuesday, 6 November 2012 11:31:20 PM(UTC)
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Flexible pointing compound is highly flexible yet durable. Once cured, it forms an incredibly strong bond between the tile and ridge capping. Flexible pointing also has greater adhesions - 20 to 30 times that of conventional bedding and pointing - as well as the ability to absorb structural movement without cracking.

Benefits:
- Unlike traditional mortar based pointing, it will bend rather than crack with the movement of the house;
- it Will not effloresce and is resistant to leaching and fading, resulting in your house looking great for longer;
- Once cured, Flexible Pointing actually expels and repels water ensuring moisture will not seep under the ridge;
- it Will flex and move to allow the easy removal and replacement of tiles;
- some products have wind class C3 Cyclone Rating as per Australian Standards AS 4046.8 2006.


Products / Brands
Flexipoint is the original formulation and meets Australian Standard A2050-1995 while Flexipoint Plus is a more adhesive formulation and meets Australian Standard AS4046.8 – 2006.

NuTech Maxi-point, 100% UV Stable, Flexible Pointing Agent:
- Fast Drying
- Smooth To Trowel
- Permanently Flexible
- Fade Resistant
- CSIRO Tested
- C3 Wind Rating


flexible pointing compound from Flexitech

Elasto-Max

Ridgebond flexible pointing

Star point

Point Works Gen II from Selleys Australia

Bondall Ridge Pointing Compound

HYTILE Flexible Pointing

What are your favourite products/brands?

Supa Point
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#2 Posted : Saturday, 10 November 2012 2:05:46 AM(UTC)
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hong wrote:
Flexible pointing compound is highly flexible yet durable. Once cured, it forms an incredibly strong bond between the tile and ridge capping. Flexible pointing also has greater adhesions - 20 to 30 times that of conventional bedding and pointing - as well as the ability to absorb structural movement without cracking.

Benefits:
- Unlike traditional mortar based pointing, it will bend rather than crack with the movement of the house;
- it Will not effloresce and is resistant to leaching and fading, resulting in your house looking great for longer;
- Once cured, Flexible Pointing actually expels and repels water ensuring moisture will not seep under the ridge;
- it Will flex and move to allow the easy removal and replacement of tiles;
- some products have wind class C3 Cyclone Rating as per Australian Standards AS 4046.8 2006.


Products / Brands
Flexipoint is the original formulation and meets Australian Standard A2050-1995 while Flexipoint Plus is a more adhesive formulation and meets Australian Standard AS4046.8 – 2006.

NuTech Maxi-point, 100% UV Stable, Flexible Pointing Agent:
- Fast Drying
- Smooth To Trowel
- Permanently Flexible
- Fade Resistant
- CSIRO Tested
- C3 Wind Rating


flexible pointing compound from Flexitech

Elasto-Max

Ridgebond flexible pointing

Star point

Point Works Gen II from Selleys Australia

Bondall Ridge Pointing Compound

HYTILE Flexible Pointing

What are your favourite products/brands?

Supa Point


A good one!

Edited by user Saturday, 10 November 2012 2:06:34 AM(UTC)  | Reason: Not specified

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