Agglomerated Marble Installation

The term “agglomerate” means that the material is comprised of small pieces of stone, fused together using resin. Since, they are available in large size, tile contractor enjoys easy installation saving time. Uniform design and color increases the beauty of the place, and keep attracting the customers. Agglomerated marble are widely used in both residential and public structure. Agglomerated marbles fills life to walls as well as floor area, thereby becoming most Integrated Lifestyle.


Agglomerated marble / stones are made up of Epoxy / polyester resin and marble/stone aggregates. The characteristics of this type of material are the constant color, the absence of breakages (normally present in the natural material), and the possibility of having uniform dimensions of blocks and slabs. The material can be produced in either 12 mm, 20 mm or 30 mm thicknesses. The most common slab format is 3040 mm x 1440 mm for Quartz and 3050 mm x 1240 mm for marbles, but other sizes like 3040 mm x 1650 mm are produced according to market demand.

Todays, Agglomerated marble are used in modular kitchens also. Once the frame and platform of wood/plywood is ready, Agglomerated marbles are installed using deformable adhesive or rubber based adhesive.

Agglomerated marble are very dense in nature and can be called as non-absorbent. Hence, proper adhesive shall be used for the installation along with the primer coat at the bottom surface of the Agglomerated marble. Agglomerated marbles are more sensitive to both thermal expansion and contraction and to dampness from underlying screeds. This sensitivity of the Agglomerated marble, leads the installed stones to warp resulting the edge break.

ARDEX ENDURA, construction chemical manufacturer, a pioneer in Tile Adhesives, Tile & Stone Grouts and Tile & Stone Care products, provides a complete system for the safe, durable and sustainable installation for Agglomerated marbles.

UNDER TILE & STONE PRIMER, shall be applied at bottom and sides of the Agglomerated marbles to protect the migration of moisture to the marbles, Agglomerated marble shall be installed on cement screed / cement plaster using ArdiFlex S1, high performance, fibre reinforced, deformable tile/stone adhesive. If the surface is drywall system made up of wood/plywood/metal, use FLEX adhesive, two component, white, rubber based adhesive – flexible tile/stone adhesive for wood & metal surface. Joints of the Agglomerated marble, can be grouted using SUPER GROUT (cement base polymer tile joint grout) or EPOXY GROUT (epoxy tile joint grout).


Our industry, like any other, requires on-going training to keep up with the changes in legislation/standards and materials. Our purpose-built training facility enables us to offer a range of demonstrations and seminars that can be tailored to your specific needs, ensuring total confidence in the specification and subsequent on-site application. The academy allows you to learn about new technologies including ‘Industry best practices for Tiling, Waterproofing, Concrete Repair and Flooring’ along with Technical guidance and product information.

For the latest and most up to date information and advice, visit the ARDEXENDURAacademy centres across India (Bangalore, Mumbai, Ahmedabad, Delhi, etc.,). For Tiling contractors and tiling applicators committed to providing a high level of workmanship, ARDEX ENDURA helps them to increase both their professionalism and productivity.

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