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STYCCOBOND F41 is a solvent free acrylic polymer emulsion adhesive. It is designed to provide a permanently tacky film which prevents ‘loose-lay’ carpet tiles from moving under normal traffic but enables them to be lifted and replaced easily when required. It is non-flammable, is protected against biodegradation, is suitable for use over normal underfloor heating installations, is resistant to plasticiser migration and will withstand normal wet cleaning techniques.
STYCCOBOND F41 can be used for securing a wide range of dimensionally stable “lay flat” carpet tiles backed with bitumen/felt, non-woven fabric, PVC and other polymer backings.
See the Recommended Adhesives Guide for details of specific floorcoverings.
Tested in accordance with IMO FTP Code procedures, STYCCOBOND F41 is in compliance with the Merchant Shipping (Marine Equipment) Regulations 2016, S.I. 2016/1025, and the Marine Equipment Directive 2014/90/EU, and approved for use as an adhesive for flooring applications only. USCG Approval No(s): 164.112/1121/WCL MER0406, 164.112/ERO2812/MED0406
STYCCOBOND F41 can be applied to STOPGAP smoothing underlayments, structurally sound, smooth, dry subfloors of concrete and sand/cement screed, plywood, flooring grade chipboard and hardboard.
STYCCOBOND F41 can also be applied to non-absorbent subfloors such as STOPGAP waterproof surface membranes, STOPGAP ISOLATOR, Raised Access Flooring Panels, Steel,Terrazzo, Granolithic, Linoleum and Vinyl floorcoverings.
Sound flooring grade asphalt must be skimmed with a minimum of 3mm of the appropriate STOPGAP smoothing underlayment.
For details on other subfloors, contact our Technical Service Department.
Viscous Liquid
Coverage Rate (Approx.)
8 - 22m2 per litre with a roller depending on the absorbency of the subfloor and the backing of the carpet tile.
Drying Time (Approx.)
20 minutes depending on temperature, humidity and absorbency of the subfloor.

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