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Limelite Heritage Lime Pointing Mortar

Pointing Mortar 0.2

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A cement-free blend of natural hydraulic lime and selected aggregates with additives designed to improve the workability of the mortar when repointing.

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Application

  • Suitable for bricklaying, blocklaying and stone masonry work in internal and external applications.
  • Suitable for new build structures due to the enhanced flexibility, reducing the number of vertical movement joints required.
  • Suitable for use in listed and heritage buildings.

Description

A cement-free blend of natural hydraulic lime and selected aggregates with additives designed to improve the workability of the mortar when repointing. The mortar is highly workable and combines long term flexibility and breathability with durability. Available with two aggregate grades, 0.2 and 0.4, and a range of colours.


Features and benefits:

  • Lime-based, Portland-cement-free.
  • Long term durability and flexibility.
  • Designed to provide improved workability when repointing masonry joints.
  • Easy to use, just add water.
  • Masonry walls built with Limelite Heritage Lime Mortar have improved breathability – increasing the resistance to frost and damp.
  • Lime based mortars are less susceptible to sulfate attack.
  • The flexible nature of Limelite Heritage Lime Mortar means that a reduced amount of vertical movement joints are required and this reduces the chance of cracking.
  • Factory supplied and quality controlled.
  • Suitable for use in listed and heritage buildings.
  • Environmentally friendly - Lime mortars actively absorb CO2 from the atmosphere.
  • Can be applied using mortar gun.
  • Brickwork can easily be cleaned using water, unlike cement based mortars.

General information

Color

Brown

Light brown.

Grey

Light and dark grey.

Beige

Natural, London and Sandstone colours.

Other

Bespoke colour matching service available.

Cream

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Material

Lime

Cement-free blend of natural hydraulic lime and selected aggregates.

Mortar

Lime:sand – 1:1.25.

Aggregate

Aggregate grades: 0.2 and 0.4.

Shape

Formless

Dry powder.

Size

Available in 25 kg bags or in bulk.

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Uniclass

Pr_20_31_53_42 Injection mortarsPrimary

CAWS

M20/330 Proprietary lime:sand

C41/530 Proprietary mortar repairs

Z21/310 Lime:sand mortar mixes

M20/57 Lime:sand

Z21/310 Lime:sand mortar mixes

M20/310 Lime:sand

Specification data - Injection mortars Enhanced data

Mix type

Batched dry hydraulic:lime:sand.

Lime:sand – 1:2.25.

Colour

Natural.

London.

Sandstone.

Light Brown.

Light Grey.

Dark Grey.

Bespoke colour matching.

Contact manufacturer and insert requirements.

Typical yield

Re-pointing: 2.8 m² (approximate per 25 kg bag).

  • For re-pointing one 25 kg bag will produce approximately 2.8 m² with a 10 mm joint.
  • No wastage factor is allowed.

Certification

In accordance with BS EN ISO 9001.

Limelite Heritage Lime Mortar is factory blended, tested and packaged to quality control procedures in accordance with BS EN ISO 9001.

Shelf life

Six months (subject to temperature and humidity).

  • The product should be used on a first in – first out basis.
  • Avoid exposure to water, frost or heat – extremes in temperatures and high humidity will lead to a reduced shelf life.

Minimum storage temperature

Minimum: 5°C, Maximum: 30°C.

  • Individual bags of Limelite Heritage Lime Mortar should be stored in sealed original packaging in a dry location at temperatures between 5°C and 30°C.
  • Palletized Limelite Heritage Lime Mortar should be stored in cool dry areas clear of the ground, sheeted or under cover and stacked not more than two pallets high.

MaxAggregateSize

2 mm.

Typical compressive strength

Technical performance is derived by laboratory testing at 20°C.

5.0 N/mm² (at 91 days).

Freeze/ Thaw Resistance

Technical performance is derived by laboratory testing at 20°C.

High.

Chemical resistance

Technical performance is derived by laboratory testing at 20°C.

Resistance to sulfates: High.

Durability

Technical performance is derived by laboratory testing at 20°C.

Mortar Durability Class: 5–6.

Literature

Limelite Lime Pointing Mortar

Limelite Lime Pointing Mortar