UltraScape Flowpoint Rapid Setting External Paving Grout – Charcoal
UltraScape Flowpoint Charcoal is a flowable paving and patio grout ideal for filling the joints between all types of paving slabs & setts. Perfect for use on granite setts, sandstone, traditional limestone, porcelain, Indian Stone, Yorkstone and concrete slabs. The patio pointing mix comes in a handy 25kg bag, is simple to mix with water and a large bucket, is fast to apply and is rapid setting meaning your patio is pointed far quicker than using traditional methods of pointing and jointing slabs. The grout is simply mixed and poured over the paving slabs, then washed off after an initial 15 minute setting time to produce robust joints which stop weeds in their tracks!
Ultrascape Flowpoint exceeds all the requirements of the latest British Standard BS 7533. Flowpoint has been widely used over the last 20 years for a variety of projects including public realm, landscaping, streetscape projects and many domestic patios and paved areas. UltraScape Flowpoint is synonymous with fast application, cost effective and robust jointing – and is manufactured to last up to 40 years!
Use Flowpoint grout with:
- Granite setts
- Limestone (not ideal with darker limestone)
- Indian Stone
- Concrete slabs
(Not ideal with some darker limestone such as black limestone, can lead to slight oxidisation).
“Really friendly, helpful staff. Bags of Flowpoint arrived promptly and very well packaged. I would certainly use Paving Experts again.”
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What is Flowpoint?
Flowpoint is a flowable, fast set, external paving grout which is ideal for filling the joints in patio flags, paving slabs, terraces and pavements. Once cured it prevents weeds from growing between slabs.
We’ve sold over 50,072 bags of Flowpoint in the last 3 years alone?
Did you know that we’ve sold over 50,072 bags of UltraScape Flowpoint Paving Grout in the last 3 years alone! That’s how much our customers love this rapid set, durable, cost effective slurry grout!
How long does Flowpoint last?
When applied correctly, Flowpoint slurry paving grout can last beyond 20 years without the need to grout the paving again.
How long does Flowpoint take to set?
After mixing, Flowpoint external paving grout can take as little as 15 minutes to set (temperature is 20oC). However, as a rule of thumb – the hotter the temperature, the faster Flowpoint will set, in colder temperatures it’ll take a little longer for Flowpoint to set.
Is Flowpoint grout permeable?
No, Flowpoint is non-permeable, cementitious-based grout – meaning it doesn’t allow water to pass through it once set.
Can you use Flowpoint in the rain?
Yes, you can use Flowpoint in light rain but ensure the paving joints don’t fill up with rainwater. Applying Flowpoint on a damp day can actually be beneficial, because it can stop the wet slurry from setting too quickly. Use a leaf blower to blow any excess water from the joints.
What is the Shelf Life for Flowpoint?
Shelf life from date of manufacture printed on the bag, unopened in the above conditions, for sealed bags is 8 months. Please note: the use of this product after the end of the declared storage period may increase the risk of an allergic reaction.
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Need a primer & bedding mortar?
We also recommend using the full UltraScape BS 7533 Mortar Paving System, a range of high performance materials that meet and exceed the strict demands of BS 7533. Including a rapid strength fine bedding concrete – EcoBed, priming slurry – Pro-Prime and flowable jointing grout Flowpoint.
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Please note: Flowpoint is not recommended for use with some darker limestone, such as black limestone, as it can lead to a slight oxidisation. Call our expert team if you would like further advice on the ideal grout for darker limestone. Want to read our guide to grouting black limestone? Click Here: