Sunanda Global has tile adhesives and tile grouts to meet your most customized requirements if you want tiles for installation.

There is continuous advancement for the tile installation segment of our construction industry.

Sunanda Global’s R&D is innovating new technologies to assist clients in bonding the most difficult materials in the harshest environments.

POLYALK TF: Bonding agent for fixing all types of tiles
  • Fixing heavy, large-sized tiles on the facades of multi-storied buildings
  • Suitable for ceramic, mosaic, floor tiles, stones
  • Granite and marble cladding of the walls, columns, and swimming pools
  • POLYALK TF can be easily mixed with white or grey cement
  • The matrix is watertight and has additional flexural and tensile properties
  • Tiles can be fixed on either dry or wet surfaces without any loss of bond strength
  • Fallen tiles may be re-fixed without disturbing the adjoining tiles
  • Clean the surface with a water jet to remove all loose particles, oil, grease, etc
  • Prepare a 1:1 slurry of POLYALK TF and cement
  • Apply it as a primer on the surface of the tile and the receiving surface
  • Prepare a slurry of POLYALK TF, fresh cement, and quartz sand (2 mm down) in 1:3:9 proportion by weight
  • Prepare it using a mechanical mixer
  • Add little water to spread this mixture uniformly on the back of the already-primed tile
  • Do the above task while the priming coat is tacky
  • A 3 mm thick layer is recommended
  • Remove excess material using a notched trowel
  • Press home the tile into the position
  • Support the fixed tiles for 48 hours
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POLYALK TA: Polymer-modified cementitious tile adhesive application
  • Fixing tiles to masonry, cementitious substrates like floors, and dry walls
  • Fixing tiles on existing tiled surfaces
  • Fixing tiles for interiors as well as exteriors
  • Bonding of tiles to overhead surfaces
  • Fixing tiles on bathroom/toilet walls
  • Conforms to BS 5980 –1980
  • Ready to use; only add water at the site
  • It can be applied directly on the substrate or tile in a single layer ranging in thickness from 3mm onwards
  • Excellent slip resistance and good open time
  • Minimum shrinkage and no curing are required
  • Clean the surface, and free the surface of any oil, wax, etc., using a water jet
  • Mix 2.5 parts POLYALK TA with 1 part of water by volume
  • 6.7 - 7.5 litres of water for each 25 kg bag of POLYALK TA
  • Mix thoroughly with a slow-speed stirrer or with a paddle to get uniform lump-free consistency
  • Allow the material to stand for 3 minutes, and once again stir the mixture
  • Apply the mixture using a flat trowel at a thickness of 2-3 mm and comb with a notched trowel
  • Prime the backside of the tile using a suitable bonding agent (if required)
  • Fix tiles immediately with a slight twisting action
  • Hammer gently with a soft mallet to assume a better bond
  • After 24 hours, grouting of joints may be done
POLYALK TG: Cementitious tile grout
  • Filling joints of all tiles on floors, walls-interior, exterior, bathroom, toilet, swimming pools, etc.
  • Ready-to-use, just add water on site
  • Fills joints up to 6 mm wide
  • Crack-resistant
  • Excellent adhesion and water impermeability
  • Good open time
  • Non-shrinkage
  • Available in tile-matching colours

Surface Preparation:

  • Clean grouting joint surface thoroughly, removing tile adhesive residue, loose particles, and dust.
  • Ensure 24 hours have passed since tile installation before proceeding with grouting.


  • Combine 2-2.5 parts POLYALK TG with 1 part clean water (volume ratio).
  • Mix the components thoroughly to achieve a lump-free homogeneous paste.
  • Allow the mixture to rest for 5 minutes, then stir again.


  • Use a trowel to spread the mixed paste into the joints, ensuring even coverage.
  • Finish the grouting surface to achieve the desired appearance.
  • Remove excess POLYALK TG with a damp cloth.
  • Once the grout has hardened, clean the area to remove any remaining residues.
HACK AID PLAST TF: Specialised bonding agent for fixing tiles on RCC mivan walls
  • Bonding between tiles and RCC walls of toilets, swimming pools, water tanks, etc
  • HACK AID PLAST TF tightly binds concrete through polymerization interaction.
  • Reduces cement mortar thickness for tile fixing, saving costs and labor.
  • Bond strength increases as binder mortar cures.
  • Non-ionic composition resists damage from chlorides, alkali sulphates, etc.
  • Does not corrode or deteriorate reinforcement steel.
  • Clean the RCC receiving surface with a water jet.
  • Apply HACK AID PLAST TF directly on a clean moist surface.
  • Apply a coat on the back side of the tile.
  • Ensure both surfaces are tacky.
  • Lay cement mortar (3mm to 5mm thickness) on the back of the tile.
  • Fix tile on the tacky surface of the RCC wall.
  • The tacky period may be around 10 minutes.


The cost of tile adhesive per square foot varies based on the brand, type, and location. On average, it can range from Rs. 10 to Rs. 30 per square foot in India. Factors such as adhesive quality, application method, and project size influence the overall cost, making it essential to consider specific product specifications and market rates for an accurate estimate.
The coverage of a 15 kg bag of tile adhesive depends on factors like the type of adhesive, tile size, and substrate. On average, it can cover approximately 50 to 70 square feet for standard-sized tiles. However, it is crucial to check the product label for specific instructions and consult with the manufacturer for precise coverage details based on the application requirements.
The coverage of a 5 kg bag of grout depends on factors such as tile spacing and size. Generally, a 5 kg bag can cover approximately 25 to 50 square feet. It's essential to follow manufacturer guidelines and adjust quantities based on the specific grouting needs, ensuring proper application and a polished finish.
Calculating grout for tiles involves two key measurements: the area to be covered and the grout joint width. First, find the total tile area by multiplying the tile length by width. Then, multiply the joint width by the total number of grout lines (horizontal and vertical) to get the grout volume. Finally, divide the grout volume by the coverage area per bag stated on your chosen grout to determine the number of bags you'll need. Remember, it's always wise to add a little extra for wastage!
It's generally not recommended to mix tile adhesives with cement. While both contain cement, tile adhesives have additional polymers and additives for improved flexibility, adhesion, and water resistance. Adding cement can disrupt these crucial properties, potentially leading to weak bonds, tile cracks, and even failures. For optimal results, stick to using tile adhesive as-is, following the manufacturer's instructions for the specific type and application.