- Brand: Elastolith®
- Model: Sample – Blackpool
- Weight: 0.17kg
- Dimensions: 240mm x 71mm x 3mm
- SKU: Blackpool
- Product code: P1-2338
- MPN: Sample – Blackpool
Brick Slip Sample (Blackpool) Decorative Wall Cladding is a thin slice of brick slip tile 71mm x 240mm in Blackpool (Anthracite) colour that allows you to get a feel how Blackpool brick slips will look on your interior or exterior walls.
Elastolith Brick Tiles Blackpool are flexible acrylic brick slips and perfect for those looking to recreate brick features on top of external wall insulation systems or internally.
Thin Brick Slips Cladding Samples are available in 7 Colours: Alaska, Cordoba, Corsica, Malta, Blackpool, Colorado and Nebraska.
The brick slip system is incredibly easy to install and has only two components: flexible brick slip and the adhesive, which also acts as the grout.
If you are interested in insulating your property with external thermal insulation and you want to retain the brick feel of your property, the Elastolith brick slip system is a perfect solution.
Elastolith has been making brick slips since 1962, the system has finished with millions of meters squared of the facade around the world.
The Bricks Slips by Elastolith are mineral-based thin brick tiles and consist of a mixture of assorted quartz sands and a binding agent.
The binding agent is a high-grade polymer dispersion and serves as clay in traditional brick.
However, unlike traditional brickwork, Elastolith Brick Slips are incredibly flexible and easily installed on almost any substrate.
All the pigments used in the Elastolith brick slips are resistant to UV - meaning that they won’t fade over time when exposed to sunlight.
Application: EWI – External Wall Insulation systems, Facade design
Brick Slips Key Points:
· The lightest brick slip facade system in the world.
· The Elastolith system retains its flexibility by "working" together with the facade and wall of the building.
· Suitable for both indoor and outdoor applications.
· Fully frost-proof and vapor-permeable.
· Impact resistant and low-maintenance.
· Washable under pressure up to 30 Bar.
· The system does not require impregnation (it was impregnated at the production stage).
· Resistant to UV radiation and efflorescence.
· No negative impact of temperatures in the range of -30 ° C. up to +100 C.
· Suitable for external use with polystyrene, mineral wool and for mineral substrates.
· Suitable for interiors in combination with plasterboard.
Elastolith Brick Slips and Corner Brick Slip Installation:
· Use a notched trowel (4 mm) to spread the special brick slip adhesive to approximately 1sq.metre area.
· Used to embed the brick slips, you should also aim to have a layer of adhesive approximately 2mm thick.
· Then, fix the brick slips to the wall in a staggered formation (like standard brickwork) with a 10mm gap between vertical and horizontal bricks.
· Elastolith brick slips can be bent around corners with minimal fuss and cut with a sharp pair of scissors.
· Once the bricks are all installed, a 10mm brush can be used to ‘grout’ the brickwork.
· Ideally, wet the brush slightly and brush the grout to smooth it out.
*Further information may be found in our Downloads section.
Fairly easy access to all PDF files.
Datasheet ǀ Declaration of Performance - DoP ǀ BBA Certificate ǀ Installation Guide ǀ Certificates ǀ Brochure ǀ SPEC Sheet
|Material||Water-based polymer dispersion|
|Profile||Thin Brick Slip Sample|
|Storage||+10°C and dry|
|Fire Classification||B - s1, d0|
|Quantity||1 Brick Slip Sample|
|Application Temperature||from +5 °C to +25 °C|
|Shipping method||Rigid Vehicle ǀ Courier|
|Applications||External Wall Insulation | Façade Design|
|Features||Thin Brick Slip Tile Cladding Sample|
|Manufacturer||Elastolith Brick Slips®|
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