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Remmers Restoration Mortar is a ready-to-use, pre-mixed, dry mortar made of mineral binders and aggregates. Its physical characteristics correspond to the requirement for the lowest possible inherent stress and physical-mechanical properties that are coordinated to the natural stone substrate (compressive and bonding strength, water transport, etc.). The restoration mortar is a component in the Remmers Restoration Mortar System with two different strenghts (n = normal strenght, Art. 0742, 0746, 0749 and s = soft, reduced strength, Art. 0786 - 0788) and thus corresponds to the requirements stated in Prof. Snethlages Guideline for Preserving Stone. The grains essentially correspond to those of fine-grained sandstone. Substrate specific modifications in the coarse and fine grain range are possible. If desired, the mortar can also be formulated hydrophobic.

 

Range of use: Used for restoring, supplementing an re-profiling mineral substrates such as natural stone, brick, concrete and synthetic stone. It can also be used to reproduce ornamental buidling elements in a tamping procedure.

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The building façade is the ‘face of a building’. It plays the major part in the appearance and visual impact of a building – and importantly building façades are as varied and individual as peoples faces. And they need to be cared for and protected just as individually. 

Cosmetic repairs are not enough; only technically correct protection, precisely adapted to the local problem areas, can provide a sustainable solution. Conservation Tecnology is the true building cleaning supply specialist

So please explore our website to see examples of our work and product base and if you would like to have a question answered please feel free to 

 


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