Loss of Bond

Loss of Bond

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Bond loss

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Bond loss

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Bond loss

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Bond loss

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Mortar

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Cracking in area of bond loss

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Lack of mortar coverage

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Debonding - Rob McNealy Photo

Bond loss - Photo by Rob McNealy

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What you need to know

Loss of Bond – Tile installation failure due to loss of bond may occur under the following conditions:
1) Flashing of the dry-set mortar may occur when the temperature is not

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