L 240 D


Linoleum adhesive


Very low emission dispersion adhesive with high initial tack for bonding:

  • linoleum sheets and tiles
  • corkment
  • cork linoleum.

Suitable for residential, commercial, office and hospital buildings subject to normal wear and tear, excluding forklift traffic. Can also be used for bonding linoleum on suitable damping underlays. Ceresit L 240 D meets the highest requirements for indoor air quality and environmental compatibility. Test reports/certificates concerning the low flammability (acc. to DIN EN 13501-1) of the system “linoleum flooring bonded with Ceresit L 240 D” are available from the floor covering manufacturers.


  • Universal for all types of linoleum
  • Short open time to ensure rapid progress
  • High initial tack
  • Shear-resistant bond
  • High dimensional stability

This TDS is applicable for the United Arab Emirates only. Please contact your local Polybit sales office for the available TDS in your region

Step by step


Substrates must comply with the requirements of ATV DIN 18 365 “Flooring work”, BS CP 8203 & 8204 or comparable national standards. In particular, they must be clean, free from struc tural defects, firm, dry and free of substances which may impair ad hesion. After mechanical pretreatment (e.g. grinding/vacuuming), prepare the substrate with suitable Ceresit primers and levelling compounds so that it is ready to receive floor coverings. Mastic asphalt screeds and non-absorbent substrates must first be screeded with the appropriate levelling compound to a minimum thickness of 2 mm.


Apply the adhesive evenly to the substrate with a B 1 notched trowel. Only apply as much adhesive as can be covered within the working time. After an open time of approx. 0 – 5 minutes, push the linoleum into the adhesive bed. Take care to roll back the ends of the linoleum sheets/tiles and other areas that do not lie flat on the surface in order to relieve stresses of the material. If necessary drive out any trapped air bubbles to the sides. Ensure the backing of the covering is well wetted. Immediately rub down or roll the covering. If needed, re-rub seams, heads and bight marks 5 – 20 minutes later.