block jointing mortar

Key Features

  • High Strength with Thinner Joints (3mm thin).
  • Faster Construction as no Curing is required.
  • Reduces Wastage.
  • Economical.
  • Technologically Superior and Consistent in Quality.
  • No water percolation.



  High Strength: It’s superbond technology and use of selected graded ingredients makes the adhesion stronger to surface.

Reduces Wastage: It has excellent workability compared to conventional mortar.

  No water Percolation: due to it’s thinner joints and materials used no pores and formed to let water pass.

  Faster Construction: No curing time is required and hence making the construction faster than conventional mortar.

  Economical: It’s ease of application saves time and cost.

No heat loss: Due to 3mm thin joints and the ingredients used, it doesn’t let heat loss through joints.

  Superbond Technology: It contains selected graded ingredients and imported & modified polymers for stronger adhesion and smoother finish.

Technical Specifications


Test Method




Free Flowing Powder




Open Time

EN 1346

10-15 min

Mixing Ratio

By volume

3:1 (Powder to water)

Pot Life


>90 min @ 27 deg C

Self Curing


Yes, No water curing is required

Hard Dry


24 hrs

Tensile Adhesion (28 Days)

DIN EN 1015-12

>0.5 N/mm2

Compressive Strength (28 Days)

DIN EN 1015-11

> 12 Mpa

Surface Preparation and Precaution:

  • Masonry Surface should be clean, without dust and voids. Pre-wet the blocks prior to the application of Jointing Mortar
  • Block Jointing Mortar contains only eco–friendly, fillers and additives. However, being sand and cement
    based it is alkaline and hence it is advisable to avoid direct eye and skin contact with this. In case of eye contact, wash
    with clean water at least for 15 minutes and seek medical help.
  • Always add Block Jointing Mortar to water and not water to Block Jointing Mortar during

Packaging & Storage:

  • Block Jointing Mortar is available in 40 Kg bag and has a shelf life of 6 months subject to
    proper storage in cool dry place.
  • As temperature, humidity and other parameters vary from site to site. The above information should be
    treated as a general guideline

Water Demand:

  • Depending upon the substrate and climate approx. 10 to 12 litre of water for 40 Kg bag. For concrete blocks,
    wet mortar should have less water to form 2 to 3 mm bed of Block Jointing Mortar.


  • Coverage of  Block Jointing Mortar is approx. 120 to 140 sq.ft. of block size 600x200x100mm in 40 kg
    bag. The coverage area however will depend upon the quality and evenness of the substrate, thickness of joints

Easy Application for Faster Construction:

ConventionalMortar used for laying the first course of blocks.

In 10 - 12 | of water, add 40kgs of Block Jointing Mortar. Stir mix continuously for 5 - 10 mins by using electric mixer or by hand to obtain homogeneous lump-free mix.

Allow the Resultant Wet Mortar to stand for 5mins for the additive to dissolve. Use the mix within 20-30 mins for best results.

For better coverage, it is advisable to use notch trowel of 3-4 mm, to have good contact and stronger bonding

For better coverage, it is advisable to use notch trowel of 3-4 mm, to have good contact and stronger bonding

Scrapping to ensure uniformity for Block Jointing Mortar application.

Superbond Technology ensures high strength Thinner Joints.

For better coverage, it is advisable to use notch trowel of 3-4 mm, to have good contact and stronger bonding

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