Sustainable applications: ZheroRisk products from Tile Doctor

ZHERORisk products were developed with the aim of delivering the highest performance possible while lowering environmental and health impacts.
The Tile Doctor debuted the ZheroRisk line of non-toxic, non-corrosive and sustainable products. Photo credit: Litokol

Tile Doctor has debuted the ZheroRisk line of non-toxic, non-corrosive and sustainable products for tile applications. ZheroRisk products were developed to lower environmental and health impacts.

The ZheroRisk products include Litokol Aquamaster Waterproofing, a solvent-free, ready-to-use liquid membrane for waterproofing moist environments in both interior and exterior settings; Litokol Litoelastic EVO, a two-part adhesive for ceramic tiles and natural stone; and Litokol Epoxy Elite EVO, an acid-resistant epoxy mortar/setting product for the installation and grouting of ceramic tiles. Aquamaster Waterproofing, Litoelastic EVO and Epoxy Elite EVO are very low in emissions and are VOC free, meeting tolerances and standards for indoor air quality, and have been awarded EC1+ certification by GEV-Emicode.

Additional ZheroRisk products are scheduled to be introduced in Fall 2019.

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ZheroRisk products are available in the U.S. exclusively through Tile Doctor.

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