What is Lime Mortar?
Lime mortar is an effective adhesive used to bind building blocks together and fill the space between them.
Lime Mortar consists of lime, sand, water, and some distinctive herbals (Jute, Indian Gallnut, jaggery, Aloe Vera, Lady Finger, and Egg) in precise ratios.
The early Egyptians invented lime mortar 6000 years ago. They used this vital chemical to build pyramids and buildings as binder and plaster.
Lime mortar becomes solid when it sets, consequential in a rigid aggregate structure. After the invention of Portland cement, lime mortar usage declined rapidly.
Types of Lime Mortar
Quick Lime Mortar
Hyradulic Lime Mortar
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Quick Lime Mortar
Lime mortar has been made by heating limestone (Calcium Carbonate) in high temperatures through Kiln, a process known as calcination, which results in Quick lime or calcium oxide.
CaCO₃ + Heat ―> CaO + CO₂
Hydrated Lime Mortar
Hydrated Lime Mortar (Calcium Hydroxide, or Ca[OH]₂) has been produced by reacting quick lime with adequate water to turn oxides into hydroxides.
It has seemed to powder composed of water and sand.
Hydraulic Lime Mortar
A unique form of limestone is used to make hydraulic lime mortar. The limestone is mixed with clay then headed in a kiln to high temperature. This operation eliminates too much of the moisture content from the lime and also produces mineral by-products known as silicates. The remaining limestone and silicates are combined to form hydraulic lime mortar. We can use hydraulic lime mortar in many applications where other lime mortar products would fail.
This is course grade mortar used for first coat plastering, brick masonry, flooring, ceiling, and etc.
This is ultra fine mortar used for final plastering after dobara work, designs, flooring, walls, ceiling, etc.
This is fine grade mortar used for second coat plastering, designs, flooring, ceiling, and etc.
This is coarse grade material used in granite masonry, footings, flooring.
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Functions of Lime Mortar
To bind together the construction bricks, blocks or stones accurately to provide strength to the complete structure.
To pattern a homogenous mass of formation to resist all the weights coming over it without disintegration.
To cater to the weather resisting i.e., a strong layer between the diverse courses of masonry in the structure.
To retain coarse aggregate together in any concrete to form a solid mass. The lime mortar used in concrete is word express as a matrix.
To make pointing and plastering to the structure. The lime mortar applies for plastering is known as plaster.
To close empty joints in brick and stone masonry. The lime mortar used for such purposes is a thin liquid lime mortar which is known as grout and the procedure is known as grouting.
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