Please note: This product is POA due to small order charges from Parex
Parex Historic Mortar is a dry packed blend of lime complying with BS EN 459-1, GGBS complying with BS EN 15167, selected silica sands and natural aggregates complying with BS EN 13139 together with additives to provide water resistance, thixotropic properties, workability and colour. Parex Historic is a traditional hydrated lime, sand, GGBS mortar.
PAREX Historic is a Portland cement-free masonry mortar designed for applications where older buildings require repointing. Typically used for refurbishment of early to mid 20th Century structures, Historic Mortar, a traditional hydrated lime/sand and GGBS mortar, provides the degree of flexibility needed to accommodate slight movement without cracking or damage to the building fabric.
Historic Mortar is particularly suited to applications involving handmade or soft brick, and weathered or porous stonework. The inclusion of pigments provides a range of consistent colours to meet regional variations, while special colours are available to order.
A standard range of six colours is readily available. Bespoke blends, where exact matching is required, can also be formulated.
Designed for gun-injection, Parex Historic Mortar provides a cement-free mortar for pointing soft brick or stonework. Consistent in both colour and finish, Parex Historic mortars are pumped deep into the joint, providing a complete fill and a degree of flexibility. The mortar is porous allowing the passage of water through the mortar joint. Parex Historic Mortar can be injected into joints as narrow as 5mm and will penetrate to a depth in excess of 100mm, allowing for the deepest of joints.