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B When the sand portion is given as, for example, 5 to 6, the lower figure should be used with sands containing a higher proportion of fines whilst the higher figure should be used with sands containing a lower proportion of fines. c Cement conforming to BS EN 197-124 Notation CEM I (Portland cement). Cement conforming to BS EN 197-124 Notation CEM II/A-S or CEM II/B-S (Portland slag cement); or CEM II/A-L or CEM II/A-LL (Portland Limestone cement); or CEM II/A-V or CEM II/B-V (Portland fly ash cement); or a combination, with equivalent proportions and properties to one of the these cements: • Combinations produced in the mortar mixer from Portland cement CEM I conforming to BS EN 197-124 and ground granulated blast furnace slag conforming to BS 669925 where the proportions and properties conform to CEM II/A-S or CEM II/B-S of BS EN 197-1: 200024, except Clause 9 of that standard.
When finishing is carried out while the mortar is still fresh it is termed ‘jointing’. When the mortar is allowed to stiffen and some is then removed and replaced with fresh mortar (sometimes coloured) before finishing, or when the joint is incompletely filled initially, the process is referred to as ‘pointing’. Structurally, jointing is preferable to pointing because it leaves the bedding mortar undisturbed. Mortar used for pointing should have mix proportions and hardened mechanical properties similar to those used in the original bedding mortar and not of a stronger designation or mix.
The use of category ‘S2’ rather than ‘S1’ or ‘S0’ units in clay masonry that may remain saturated for long periods should reduce the risk of sulfate attack in the mortar. g. those dissolved in groundwater. 4 Efflorescence Efflorescence is a crystalline or glassy deposit left on the surface of clay and concrete masonry after the evaporation of water carrying dissolved soluble salts. It is a harmless occurrence and, whilst unsightly, usually of a temporary nature. The risk of efflorescence can best be minimised by providing protection from rain to the masonry units in stacks and to newly built masonry.