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Thread: Natural Stone Coping Adhesive

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    Jun 2016
    Spring City, TN

    Natural Stone Coping Adhesive

    I am installing Crab Orchard Stone coping & would appreciate suggestion on adhesive to use.
    21K, IG fiberglass "Carribean"by Leisure Pools, Hayward Ecostar Variable Speed pump, Salt AquaRite T Cell, cartridge filter. Crab Orchard Stone coping with concrete decking to be installed in the coming days. Pool installed April 2016.

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    Tucson, AZ

    Re: Natural Stone Coping Adhesive

    Welcome to TFP!!!

    Sorry about the slow response. I though coping was typically installed with mortar ... although I am not in the construction business
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    Ukie's Avatar
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    May 2012
    Export, PA

    Re: Natural Stone Coping Adhesive

    I've used glue from Alliance Gator Hardscape Products - Quality is our strength to bond stone to concrete. Great product!
    I see that you have fiberglass pool, not sure how your coping is done, so can't really recommend anything besides what I've used personally.
    Lagoon shape, 23,600 Gal, steel walls by International Swimming Pools, "ultra-seam" liner by Latham, Pentair 011018 IntelliFlo 3HP Variable Speed Pump, PentAir CCP420 filter, Heat Siphon Z575HP, PentAir IC40 SWG, 2 LED Lights (Pentair Intellibrite 5G, 110V). 4 x 1.5’’return lines, 2 x 2’’skimmer lines, 1.5’’ waterfall line. All plumbing is "TigerFlex" pipe, all lines plumbed individually. Deck: travertine glued over concrete.

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