- Feebly Hydraulic lime is used where the highest amount of “free lime” is desired along with the greatest modulus of elasticity, low strength or high vapor exchange. It sets with air and water and cures in about four days
- Very soft pointing mortars used for repairing around friable historic masonry
|NHL 2 Bag Coverage for Plaster and Stucco|
- Moderately Hydraulic lime is recommended for use when moderate strengths and better freeze-thaw resistance is required.
- Used for applications such as laying or repointing brick, stone and terra cotta units even in extreme freeze-thaw climate cycles.
- It can be used to make scratch, brown and finish coats of exterior stucco
|NHL 3.5 Bag Coverage for Plaster and Stucco|
- Eminently Hydraulic lime is specified when strength and high freeze-thaw resistance are necessary.
- Used for applications such as building or repairing wall head copings, pointing and parging the water table or foundation of a building and making lime concrete. Sea-bearing walls can be built and repaired with NHL 5 since it has only trace amounts of soluble salts.
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