Rompox D1 from Romex is a jointing compound that is primarily used for driveway cobbles and driveway block paving. Due to the quick drying nature of Rompox D1, it is advised to only use if you have experience with this type of product. Please consult your landscaper prior to ordering.
Can be applied in wet and dry conditions on natural stone only. Make sure paving is wet before applying jointing compound. Minimum jointing gap 3mm.
SAMPLE NOTICE - Please be aware that the samples are hardened swatches containing 3 colours, making them unusable for jointing. To be used as colour references only.
|Basalt - 00508, Buff - 00509, Grey - 00510
|Free delivery available to most mainland UK. Delivery fee will be charged outside free delivery areas. See our delivery section for more information.
|Joint widths from 3mm and Joint depths of 30mm
|Epoxy Resin Jointing Mortar
|Rompox D1 Application
|Industry standard jointing compound to be applied with a 3mm to 10mm gap. Estimated coverage of 18m2 to 20m2 for 25kg
Our proven 2 component epoxy resin paving pointing mortar ROMPOX® - D1 is a real allrounder. Thanks to it’s good flow capacity, it can be used for joint widths from 3 mm. The flow capacity also makes it suitable for use with polygonal slabs, which often have uneven edges and conical joints and are hard to joint. It can be used in drive- and entryways, as it can withstand loads up to 7,5 tons and is suitable for the repair of old paved stone surfaces. Jointing polygonal slabs and crazy paving, can be done whilst standing by washing in the product onto the unbonded surface.
ROMPOX® - D1 is
Free Delivery to most of mainland England . Apart from Wales/Scotland and some parts of London & extreme south east and west postcodes. Please call us 01909 768760 or email for a quick inquiry whether you qualify for free delivery we normally respond in 20 minutes.
If you are unsure about the colour, touch & feel, texture etc – please order for a sample before ordering about the product.
Deliveries: All our deliveries are done via a pump truck. Using a tail-lift, they off load it on to a flat, hard surfaced kerb side only.