Lime Mortar

Lime Mortar

Lime Mortar is a mixture of lime, sand and water. White ash mortar is a mortar made by mixing lime paste and sand in a certain proportion, and its strength is obtained entirely by the hardening of lime. White ash mortar is only used in dry environments with low strength requirements. The cost is relatively low.
The workability of mortar refers to whether the mortar is easy to spread into a uniform and continuous thin layer on the surface of masonry, etc., and it is closely bonded to the base layer. Including the meaning of fluidity and water retention. The factors that affect the fluidity of mortar mainly include the type and amount of cementitious materials, the amount of water used, and the type, particle shape, thickness and gradation of fine aggregates.

Lime-Mortar

In addition, they are also used in the mixed materials and admixtures. The variety and dosage are related. Under normal circumstances, the substrate is a porous water-absorbing material, or when the construction is under dry heat conditions, a fluid mortar should be selected. On the contrary, if the base absorbs less water or is constructed under damp and cold conditions, mortar with low fluidity should be selected.

KimaCell Cellulose ether products can improve Lime Mortar through the following advantages: Increase longer open time. Improve work performance, non-stick trowel. Increase the resistance to sagging and moisture.

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