Self Adhesive – Composition Peel ‘n’ Stick Tiles
A self adhesive tile made from 100% polyester fibre, they are safe, nontoxic, recyclable, environmentally friendly and highly resistant to fading. Offering exceptional acoustic properties their applications are unlimited. Being resistant to stains and moisture means they won’t rot or breakdown offering years of good looks and service. Packs contain 6 individual tiles at 600mm x 600mm each.
Decorative and Functional – Best Seller
Composition™ Peel ‘n’ Stick is a decorative and functional acoustic wall covering for education, retail and commercial interiors. Transform your walls into acoustic notice boards by taking advantage of Composition’s tackable and hook-and-loop receptive surface. Available in a great range of colours, ™ Peel ‘n’ Stick Tiles are light-weight and easy to handle.
Composition™ Peel’n’Stick Tiles feature a pressure-sensitive adhesive backing. Once applied, tiles cannot be re-positioned and if removed may cause damage to paint / plasterboard or other surfaces. Autex accepts no responsibility where installation instructions are not followed. These installation guidelines are meant for installers with some basic trade experience and are not a step-by-step guide. If you have any questions about the installation techniques for your particular project please contact Pricewise Insulation on 1300 729 639.
Room temperature should not be less than 18°C. Relative humidity must not be above 75% during installation.
Do not remove the release film on the tile until immediately prior to installation. Once the film has been removed the tile must not be exposed to any moisture or dust. Peel’n’Stick Tiles have a pile direction indicated by the arrows on the back of the tiles. They must be laid with all the arrows in the same direction for uniformity or, as per the diagram, in a checkerboard style. We recommend installing the tiles with the arrows pointing down. Where different colours are used together, all tiles should be laid in the same direction.
Installing on Concrete and Uneven Surfaces
High and low spots should be levelled to provide an even wall surface. Concrete block walls must be fully rendered. New concrete walls must have had sufficient time to cure – generally 28 days. Walls must be free of hydrostatic pressure, moisture and excessive alkalinity. Efflorescence (white powder) on the surface must be removed. In any of these instances a suitable sealer/primer must be first applied and allowed to dry. All dust must be removed by wiping down with a wet cloth and allowed to thoroughly dry. Concrete walls may be subject to condensation or low surface temperatures and must be dried/warmed prior to installation.