Description:

Specially developed for the restoration of historical buildings, Kalx Lime Restoration Grout is a hydraulic lime based, thixotropic, non-shrink helical bar encapsulation grout that rapidly develops compressive strength. This next generation lime restoration grout flows easily under pressure to fill large and small gaps and cracks. It is a high performance grout that has been specially formulated for encapsulating and bonding stainless steel helical bar to masonry for structural repair applications.

The grout is available in 3 grades and a range of 28 colours to match the existing material and provide an invisible repair.

1 tub contains 6kg of powder (Part A) and 1000ml of liquid (Part B) providing a yield of approximately 4 litres of grout. This is enough grout to encapsulate 10 x 1m bars.

Colour Matching

Due to variations in devices and display screens, it is not possible for us to give brick colour matching recommendations from photographs.

For assistance in colour matching please send a small sample of the material that you are trying to match, and we will provide the closest match from our standard colour range. Simply send a small piece, at least the size of a 1p coin, with your full contact details to:

Steadfast Specialist Products Ltd, The Yard, Orchard Cottage, Cary Fitzpaine, Somerset, BA22 8JB

Bespoke Colour Matching

If we are unable to match your sample from our standard colour range, we can create a custom colour specific to your needs. Please call to discuss timing, costs and minimum order quantities.

Benefits:
  • Lime based for the structural repair of historical buildings
  • Colour matched to eliminate the need for additional pointing mortar
  • Non-shrink
  • Develops rapid compressive strength
More Information:

In order to ensure as accurate a colour match as possible, we recommend that you initially purchase a Kalx Restoration Grout Colour Sample Box

Please note that on application, the wet mortar will appear darker than it will be after curing. Depending on weather conditions, the initial cure will take up to 72 hours, with full curing taking up to 28 days. An example of this can be seen in the image below.

Brick Repair Curing Example 800px

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Trade Enquiries

Please call to discuss your requirements. Discounts are available for bulk orders and for Steadfast Registered Installers.

Same Day Dispatch

If you order before 10am on any week day we will endeavour to dispatch your items on the same day via your chosen shipping option. Please note that this may not be possible for larger items.

Customer Support

We are here to help and advise you. Please call for support, email us with your enquiry or use the live chat facility.

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