dry mortar

dry mortar

[¦drī ′mȯrd·ər]
(materials)
A mortar that is significantly stiffer and has lower water content than standard mortar but contains sufficient water for hydration.

dry mortar

A mortar whose constituents are so proportioned that it is markedly stiffer than usual, yet with sufficient water for hydration.
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M2 PRESSWIRE-August 16, 2019-: Global Dry Mortar Industry Analysis 2019, Market Growth, Trends, Opportunities Forecast To 2024
Other areas noted in its financial results for the first half of 2019 was the rise in its blocks and dry mortar revenues as a result of "strong sales volumes" and the expansion of the manufacturing unit's product range.
Blocks and dry mortar revenues grew in H1, resulting from strong sales volumes and a successful expansion of the manufacturing unit's product range.
Blocks and dry mortar revenues grew in H1 2019, resulting from strong sales volumes and a successful expansion of the manufacturing unit's product range.
It has grown into a large scale building material conglomerate of environmental protection with its major products of cement, dry mortar, cement additive, grinding aids of cement and some new building materials.
Starting June, FLOW will be deployed in the greater Metro Manila area and fast-growing regions in Luzon such as Calabarzon and Central Luzon, to serve the testing needs of ready-mix producers, contractors and dry mortar manufacturers.
The proposed use of the site - which is next to the entrance of Moore Nature Reserve - is for the mixing and distribution of dry mortar for the construction industry.
The group is also the market leader in the DIY retailing market in Ireland and is the largest manufacturer of dry mortar in the UK.
LAY YOUR BRICKS Knock up your dry mortar first, in a ratio of three parts sand to one part cement.
The cement mortar that is used as an adhesive in exterior insulation systems can be largely divided into dry mortar, which is then used by adding water at the construction site, and ready mixed acrylic paste (RMAP), which is cement mortar already mixed with aggregates, water, polymers, and additives [6-8].