A detailed understanding of existing mortars is essential in informing and assisting the specification of replacement or repair materials in historic buildings. It can also contribute to understanding a building’s construction history. Mortar analysis is often required for listed buildings consent.
Identification of the constituents and proportions of all mortars, plasters and renders
Assessment of hydraulicity
Determination of non-hydraulic lime; hydraulic lime; natural cements; Roman cements; early cements and Portland cement; cement/lime blends; gypsum and gypsum/lime blends
Identification of sand, aggregates and additives.
Date: Wednesday 16 February
Time: 1700 – 1800
Price: £12 plus VAT (£14.40) or £130 plus VAT (£156) for the webicard which entitles you to attend the entire programme from September to June at no additional cost (the webinars from September will be provided as recordings.
Online via zoom
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