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King 1-1-6 Mortar Grey 30kg

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KING 1-1-6 GREY is a pre-mixed, pre-bagged, Type N mortar specially designed for use when laying bricks, natural stones, concrete blocks and other masonry products. This mortar is composed of grey Type GU Portland Cement, Type S hydrated lime, an air-entraining agent, and masonry sand with controlled grain size. KING 1-1-6 GREY mortar complies with Table 6 of CSA-A179-14 for Type N mortar with addition of water in the field. This product is grey in colour, but may be coloured differently in the factory or field using KING’s exclusive Colour Plus System.

• Factory calibrated mix
• Superior adhesion
• High vapour transmission properties
• Increases waterproofing capacity of the masonry wall
• Good resistance to freeze-thaw cycles
• Autogeneous healing properties

FEATURES & BENEFITS

• Factory calibrated mix
• Superior adhesion
• High vapour transmission properties
• Increases waterproofing capacity of the masonry wall
• Good resistance to freeze-thaw cycles
• Autogeneous healing properties

USES

• Laying clay brick, natural stone or concrete blocks
• Indoors, outdoors, or for any other masonry application where high bond strength is required
• Parging
• Repointing of modern buildings (contact your KING Technical Representative)

MIXING

Mix KING 1-1-6 GREY with a maximum of 5.0 L (1.3 US gallons) of potable water per 30 KG (66 lb) of mortar in a clean mortar mixer. Pour 4.5 L (1.2 US gallons) of water into the mixer and add 30 KG (66 lb) of KING 1-1-6 GREY. Mix for 3 to 5 minutes, or 5 to 10 minutes when a colourant is added in the field. Allow the mortar to rest for a short period of time. Using the remaining water, adjust the mixture to obtain the desired consistency.

TOOLING OF THE JOINTS

The tooling of joints exposed to rain is an important step that contributes to the waterproofing of the masonry system, and must be done using a jointer. The amount of water present in the mortar joint at the time of tooling will determinate the final colour of the cured mortar. To avoid colour variation, ensure that the mortar joint always contains the same amount of water when it is tooled. As a general rule, the joint is considered ready to be tooled when the mortar has hardened sufficiently, such that a fingerprint mark remains. Unless otherwise stated, a concave joint is preferred.

CLEANING

Using water, a piece of jute or a piece of wood, make sure to remove as much splash or mortar stains as possible, before the mortar hardens, as to avoid the use of cleaning agents. If the use of cleaning products is necessary, be sure to contact the manufacturer of the product to validate the compatibility and the procedure to follow. Apart from KING 1-1-6 ONYX, all KING coloured mortars contain iron or titanium oxides.

If the ONYX colour is used, please refer to the KING 1-1-6 ONYX Technical Data Sheet.

Regardless of the technique or product selected, it is essential to preserve the integrity of the mortar.

TECHNICAL DATA*

REQUIREMENT OF CSA
A179-14 STANDARD
AVERAGE VALUE OF
KING 1-1-6 GREY

 

MINIMUM COMPRESSIVE STRENGTH
ASTM C 109

7 days 3 MPa (435 psi) 3.5 MPa (508 psi)
28 days 5 MPa (725 psi) 6.5 MPa (943 psi)

 

FLOW

110% +/- 5% 110% +/- 5%

 

AIR CONTENT
CSA A 3004

18% Maximum 10% – 12%

 

WATER RETENTION
ASTM C 1506

70% Minimum 70%

 

VAPOUR TRANSMISSION
ASTM E 96

N/A 20 Perms

 

SHRINKAGE
ASTM C 596 – 91 Day

N/A 0.129%

 

FREEZE-THAW RESISTANCE
ASTM C 666M

N/A Excellent after 50 cycles

 

YIELD PER 30 KG (66 LB) BAG

N/A 0.018 m3 (0.65 ft3) of fresh mortar

 

*All values required by the CSA A-179-14 Standard, as well as the average values of the KING product, are obtained under laboratory conditions. The average values of the KING product are applicable when the product is used as a bedding mortar; if the product is used as a repointing or parging mortar, the average values will be different.


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