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bag is needed – making it the perfect solution for floor tile installations of most tile types.

Suitable for internal or external use and dry or wet environments, BAL Pourable One can be grouted in only three hours for fast-track installations. Because it uses less water in the mix, it is recommended for stone and tiles that are water sensitive – such as limestone and marble.

It is also highly flexible meaning it can be used on key installation including underfloor and undertile heating, plus installations subject to limited movement and vibrations – such as highly trafficked areas including shopping centres, car showrooms and airports.


MADE EASY BAL Pourable One floor tile adhesive is perfect for fixing natural stone and large format ceramics, porcelain and terrazzo.

One bag for all floor installations As with all the ‘One’ range of BAL enhanced tile adhesives, BAL Pourable One is available as just a white adhesive. This means that only one


COLLECTION Harvey Maria has launched its Northmore Collection. Inspired by original encaustic floor tile designs, the brand new collection blends unique decorative pattern, heritage colour pigment and authentic patina. Six colourways have been carefully developed to form a natural palette, from stone to soft black.

Whilst inlaid tiles date back to the late Medieval period, Mintons was recognised as the pioneer of robust and stylish ceramic encaustics in the mid 19th century. Harvey Maria has reinterpreted these iconic Victorian


Easy fixing. BAL Pourable One is has a smooth rheology making it easy to mix in the bucket, easy to apply – by simply pouring it out onto the floor - and then smooth and easy to spread.

With a pot life of 45 minutes before it goes off in the bucket it allows plenty of time to fix and spread large mixes, to reduce both waste of materials and speed up the installation time.

Because of its fluid formulation, as well as being trowelled easily, 100%

designs, creating a collection for modern living - performance, comfort and acoustics being top of mind. The range includes three earth-grey neutrals – Pembroke Slate, Soapstone and Mortar – along with Waterhouse Blue, Sable Black and Fired Terracotta.

“Many original encaustics that were covered up in the 60’s and 70’s have been rediscovered and restored. Our own Northmore designs celebrate these stylish and durable tiles, capturing their essence in a form that meets today’s demands,” explained Harvey Maria’s Founder, Mark Findlay.

Harvey Maria has been creating luxury vinyl tiles since 1995. All designs are durable and practical, providing a waterproof and slip-resistant finish.

coverage can easily be achieved even without the need to back butter, giving fixers confidence of a solid bed - first time, every time – and saving on the timely and laborious need to check coverage beneath every tile.

Thixotropic in nature, BAL Pourable One holds its shape once tiles are laid, meaning you can add more adhesive under a tile to build it up without moving neighbouring tiles. The adhesive ribs will maintain their shape and height until small movement and vibration is applied to the tile, with any excess adhesive being forced up through the grout joints and easily wiped away.

Save a purchase! A key benefit of the product is its suitability to be used at 25mm bed depth in one application, making it ideal for patch repair and for use with uncalibrated stone or uneven floors. BAL Pourable One can also be used similarly on uneven floor substrates up to 25mm depth (recommended maximum of ½m² areas) without the need for a separate leveller – meaning you can use just an adhesive and save on the leveller. pourable-one/

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