EuroMix Dry Mortar System – Hydraulic Lime Mortar
Description

EuroMix Hydraulic Lime Mortar is a factory produced dry silo mortar consisting of dried sands, natural hydraulic lime and additives transported to site in bulk silos, which after connection to a water and power supply can automatically produce mortar of the required consistency. Alternatively, a remote mixing station can be supplied. This enables dry material to be conveyed by compressed air directly to where it is needed before it is mixed with water. EuroMix Hydraulic Lime Mortar is also available delivered in mini silos, pre-packed 25 kg bags or 1 tonne sacks. Coloured mortar is available.

Advantages:

  • Mortar is mixed only as it is needed.
  • High efficiency mixing ensures excellent dispersion.
  • Constant supply of mortar on site.
  • Consistent mix proportions.

Use:

EuroMix Hydraulic Lime Mortar should be used in accordance with the Foresight Best Practice Guide (published by Donhead, 2003) and the general principles for mortar set out in BS 5628-3.

General information

Uniclass 2015

Pr_20_31_53_10 Cement-gauged designed mortarsPrimary

CAWS

F10/10 Reclaimed brick facing brickwork

F10/110 Clay facing brickwork

F10/18 Concrete facing blockwork

F10/20 Manufactured stone blockwork

F10/215 Concrete facing brickwork

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Specification data - Cement-gauged designed mortars

Product Reference

Euromix Hydraulic Lime Mortar

Mix

HLM1

Feebly hydraulic, designation iv, typical compressive strength at 91 days 1.0 N/mm².

HLM2.5

Moderately hydraulic, designation iii, typical compressive strength at 91 days 2.5 N/mm².

HLM5

Eminently hydraulic, designation ii, typical compressive strength at 91 days 5.0 N/mm².

Colour

Natural

No added pigments.

Black-brown

Buff

Charcoal

Chocolate-brown

Copper-brown

Golden-brown

Heather

Khaki

Lilac

Mahogany

Marigold

Maroon-brown

Purple

Red

Red-brown

Straw-brown

Terracotta

White

Variations available on request.

Yellow

Shade

Not applicable

For Natural.

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Standard product features

Materials:

Sand to BS EN 13139, natural hydraulic lime to BS EN 459-1, calcium lime to BS EN 459-1 and pigments to BS EN 12878.

Product Options

Colour/ Shade:

Each colour is available in three shades; light, medium and dark (54 shades + white), each represented by a number prefaced by E. Bespoke colours can be created and trial mixes supplied. Refer to CPI EuroMix for details.

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