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Canadian-Recommended Repointing Mortars Recommended Mortar Mix Proportions for Various Weathering Exposures Sheltered 1 part cement 2 parts lime 8 to 9 parts sand 1 part cement 3 parts lime 10 to 12 parts sand 0 parts cement 2 parts hydraulic limea 5 parts sand Moderate 1 part cement 11 2 parts lime 5 to 6 parts sand 1 part cement 2 parts lime 8 to 9 parts sand 1 part cement 3 parts lime 10 to 12 parts sand Severe 1 part cement 1 2 part lime 4 to 41 2 parts sand 1 part cement 11 2 parts lime 5 to 6 parts sand 1 part cement 2 parts lime 8 to 9 parts sand
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a A product that hardens and gains strength over time; different than hydrated lime (Adapted from the Ontario Ministry of Citizenship and Culture, Annotated Master Specifications for the Cleaning and Repointing of Historic Masonry Structures, 1985)
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Mixing Sequence for Repointing Mortar Action Dry mix all dry (sand and cementitious) materials Add only enough water to produce a damp mix that will retain its shape when pressed into a ball by hand Mix for at least three (3) and not more than seven (7) minutes in a mechanical mixer Permit mixed mortar to stand for a minimum on one (1) hour and a maximum of 11 2 hours for pre-hydration Add sufficient water to bring mortar to proper consistency for tuckpointing, somewhat drier than mortar used for laying masonry units Mix by hand for three (3) to five (5) minutes
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(Extracted, with permission, from ASTM C 270 Standard Specification for Mortar for Unit Masonry, copyright ASTM International, 100 Barr Harbor Drive, West Conshohocken, PA, 19428 A copy of the complete standard may be obtained from ASTM, phone: 610832-9585m email: service@astmorg, website: wwwastmorg)
FIGURE 68 Installation of Repointing Mortar in Lifts
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next lift Others believe that it is better to place the successive lift without delay, since the mortar will bond better to fresh mortar than to partially hardened mortar in the previous lift
COLLAR JOINT MORTARING
The collar joint is the three-dimensional space between two wythes (or layers) of masonry The collar joint may be filled with mortar or grout, making the wall structurally composite, or void of mortar and grout, making the wall structurally non-composite A structurally non-composite wall is also known as a cavity wall The collar joint in a non-composite wall may contain insulation When the collar joint is specified to be open, mortar extrusions and droppings in the cavity must be avoided Extrusions that bridge across the cavity to the inside masonry wythe permit water that penetrates the outside wythe to travel across the cavity and enter the interior wythe From there, the water can access interior finishes that are easily damaged Mortar droppings on the flashing inhibit water flow out of the wall, increasing the likelihood of efflorescence and other moisture-related problems The best way to prevent or at least minimize mortar extrusions and droppings is to bevel the mortar bed joint, as illustrated in Figure 69 When the masonry unit is placed on a beveled mortar bed, the morFIGURE 69 Beveling of Mortar Bed Joints
(Technical Notes on Brick Consruction 7B, Brick Industry Association, April 1998)
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FIGURE 610 Clear Width Dimension in Collar Joint
(Beall and Jaffe, Concrete and Masonry Databook, McGraw-Hill, 2003)
tar extrudes toward the outside of the wall where the mason can easily remove it with the trowel and not toward the cavity When the collar joint is specified to be filled, it must be completely filled A partially filled collar joint is an ineffective barrier to rain penetration Depending upon the width of the collar joint, it may be filled with mortar or grout When the collar joint has less than 3 4 inch clear width, either due to its specified dimension or mortar extrusions, mortar must be used to fill the joint When using mortar to fill a collar joint, mortar is placed in the joint as the units are laid Collar joint mortar is placed after one wythe is already in place and the second wythe is being placed (either one course at a time or full wall height) Either the back of the facing unit being placed may be buttered, or the face of the back-up unit already in place may be parged Slushing of the collar joint is not recommended because it results in incomplete filling Collar joints that are wider than 3 4 inch clear may be filled with grout The clear width is exclusive of mortar protrusions and diameters of horizontal reinforcing bars placed in the collar joint Refer to Figure 610 Grout placement is discussed in the next section
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