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Technical Mortars


Grouting mortars cover both Precision grouts & Anchoring mortars.

Precision grouts are used to fill empty spaces under steel columns, heavy machinery equipment, electric posts, wind towers, pre-cast concrete; whereas anchoring mortars are used to position metallic elements in concrete structures, securing heavy loads. They are typically used to anchor bolts into concrete structures, to fix fireproof concrete panels in a tunnel or to fix guide rails.

Grouting mortars have:

  • Good workability
  • Flowability, filling ability, high-build capability
  • Dimensional stability and fatigue / high-temperature resistance
  • High adhesion strengths

Comparative table

Additive Types
Active matter (%)
Dry content (% by mass)
Lithium sulfate monohydrate (%)
Bulk density
pH (5% solution)
Particle size (% > 600 µm)
Particle size (% > 500 µm)
Particle size (% < 125 µm)
Particle size (% > 200 µm)
Viscosity (mPas)
Alkali as Na2O eq (% by mass)
Chloride content (% by mass)
Ash Content (ppm)
Water content (%)
Hydroxyl number (mg KOH/g)
CE Marking
Formaldehyde regulation
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