What is special mortar?

Special mortar is a type of mortar. Mortar is a commonly used bonding material in construction. It is made of a certain proportion of sand and cementing materials (cement, lime paste, clay, etc.) mixed with water.
According to different production methods, mortar can be divided into on-site mixed mortar and ready-mixed mortar.
Ready-mixed mortar refers to various mortar mixtures produced by specialized manufacturers and used in construction projects. It is a new type of building material developed in my country in recent years.
According to different production processes, ready-mixed mortar is divided into wet-mixed mortar and dry-mixed mortar.
According to different properties, dry-mix mortar can be divided into ordinary dry-mix mortar and special dry-mix mortar.
Ordinary dry-mix mortar (wet-mix mortar) mainly includes masonry mortar, plastering mortar and ground mortar. There are fewer varieties, mainly used for masonry, plastering and leveling. However, the usage is large, accounting for 75% of the demand for ready-mixed mortar.
Special dry-mixed mortar, referred to as special mortar, refers to ready-mixed dry-mixed mortar with specific functional properties.
There are many types of special mortars, including more than ten categories such as thermal insulation mortar, waterproof mortar, corrosion-resistant mortar, radiation-proof mortar, decorative mortar, and adhesive mortar. Each category contains multiple varieties, with a total of more than 50 varieties.

Additives for special mortar

Landcel is a company specializing in additives for special mortars. The main products are hpmc, hemc, hec, cmc, rdp. Landcel’s special mortar additives can effectively improve the ease of construction, as well as improve the viscosity and sag of the mortar during the construction process.

Landcel is a company specializing in additives for special mortars. The main products are hpmc, hemc, hec, cmc, rdp. Landcel’s special mortar additives can effectively improve the ease of construction, as well as improve the viscosity and sag of the mortar during the construction process.