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If you have been specified our product or considering a Limetec Lime Mortar for your project, order sample sticks quickly and easily for appraisal on site.
For advice or product support, our experts are availble to answer any questions you may have.
Access 3 online mortar coverage calculators to estimate how much premixed hydraulic lime mortar would be required for your projects.
Wall Size Calculator – Calculates requirements based on wall area
Brick Calculator – Calculates requirements based on brick count
Pointing Calculator – Calculates requirements based on wall area
This 'Mixing and Laying to Maintain Consistency' guide has been prepared to assist contractors, constructors and ultimately, brick layers.
This piece of informative literature has been produced as a guide for the mixing of Limetec Hydraulic Lime Mortar. It's focus is to maintain consistency and quality of the finished mortar.
It's always good practice to involve both the brick manufacturer and the mortar supplier when constructing site reference panels.
If your project requires the construction of sample panels, as well as sample bags, Limetec experts are always available to provide guidance and support, whether onsite, phone or email.
Access to product data sheets
The Limetec knowlege base is a growing resource of general information and Lime based articles. Useful for those experienced with Lime and those who are unfamiliar with it's benefits.
Limestone is a sedimentary mineral which is largely composed of the calcite (calcium carbonate). When limestone is burnt at a high tempature produces quick lime, a calcium oxide. When water is mixed with the lime, slaked lime is created (calcium hydroxide).
Lime has been used for over 2000 years within the building industry for mortars, internal plasters, external renders, foundations and aqueducts. The majority of published articles stated the history of lime was used as a building material and has been used on the...
Movement is accommodated in the bed joints, reducing the need for vertical movement joints; which greatly improves the aesthetics of buildings. The building will have more tolerance to movement particularly in high buildings / structures. Lime will improve breathability...