Stone Repair | Brick Repair | Restoration Mortar | Repair Mortar | Stone Strengthener
The structure of mineral building materials that are exposed to the weather is always weakened. This weakness is usually caused by an expansion of the original pore structure, rarely by a real loss of binding agent. The central task of a consolidation measure is to specifically fill the pore spaces created as a result of the weathering. This occurs by penetration of an additional nature-identical binding agent.
Mineral or plastic modified-based stone substitution mortar is still highly important as part of preserving and restoring measures of natural stone parts. This is due to a number of benefits that these systems have compared to other binding agent variants for stone substitution mortars.
The Remmers Restoration Mortar system was specially developed for supplementing mineral building materials or replacing them.
Despite the high quality and special qualities of concrete, damage can occur that requires maintenance, repair and protection. A distinction must be made between environmental influences and production faults with respect to concrete damage. Environmental influences can include exhaust fumes, acid rain, frost and de-icing salts. Here, the chemical properties are changed so that the steel reinforcements in the concrete start to rust. Shrinkage cracks, pipes, gravel pockets and insufficient concrete cover are typical production faults that also promote corrosion of the reinforcements.
Remmers Restoration Mortar (RM) 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.). Used for restoring, supplementing, and re-profiling mineral substrates such as natural stone, brick, concrete, and synthetic stone. It can also be used to reproduce ornamental building elements in a tamping procedure.
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 Technology is the true building cleaning supply specialist