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CNSL Mortar

CNSL Mortar

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The CNSL Mortar is made from cashew nut shell liquid. The liquid is a non porous, self hardening & relatively plastic in nature. It becomes dense and makes a immpereable and resilient cement is obtained. Further it is resistant to wide range of acids, alkalies, mixed alkaline solutions with acids and water.

The offered mortar is a best for bedding with materials and laying the bricks & tiles in the construction industry. Apart from this these mortar are very useful in the areas where resistant of acid is the primary concern. They can be used in the tanks linings, flooring as they can easily absorb the heavy impacts and provide safe and effective flooring and tanks solution. The CNSL Mortar also finds it usage in jointing the chemical pipe lines that basically transport corrosive fluids such as acids, alkalies to various plant effluents.

The offered product strongly adheres when it is applied on the ceramic, brick, tiles, concrete surface, etc. They can be used as a monolithic lining for the construction of tanks that are used for dilute acids.

Preparation Of CNSL Mortar:

  • They are prepared by combining powder with liquid so that a workable paste can be formed. The ratio will be in accordance to the weight and will be 1 part solution to 3 parts powder. You can vary the quantity of both the mixtures slightly due to the temperature and the working conditions. The cement requires chemical setting and takes accumulating heat for reaction to properly set. There are certain  following steps that need to be carefully taken into consideration while preparing the cement:
  • The liquid solution needs to be stirred thoroughly before using. 1 kg. of liquid solutions is enough and should be kept in a shallow pan for mixing.
  • Now add 3 Kg of powder & the mixture should be rapidly mixed to form smooth mortar. If you find that the consistency of the cement is thin than add more powder keeping in mind that the powder quantity should be in small amounts so that the desired consistency can be achieved. If the density is stiffed than add liquid resin & mix until the lumps in the mortar and the entrapped air gets mixed.
  • The mixture should now be spread out in the layer of about ¾ inch thick. This will dissipate heat & chemical reactions will take place that will lengthen the working life of the mortar.
  • There should be care taken while preparing the batch size. It should be made in according to the speed of the mason that is working or upon the temperature because the large batch will be stiff after sometimes.
  • The mortar cannot be used if it becomes stiffed or has started getting stiffed. Do not mix or add liquid as the mixture is now unusable.
  • The new batch should be made either in a new pan or or the older one should be used completely from the pan.


Application Of The CNSL Mortar:


The mortar is basically used on acid proof brick. The mortar is buttered normally using usual brick layer’s method. Apart from this the surface on which the mortar is applied such as on the brick or tiles should be clean and dry. They are better for chemical resisting bricks / tiles, stoneware pipes joining. The mortar should be applied only to the dry surface. As it will not set if applied over wet surface. The application area should also be cleaned and dry and after the application the area should be kept dry and it is recommend that the area must be kept unused for the minimum period of 5 to 7 days.

Chemical Resistance of Resilex Mortar

                                           

* R = Resistance
* L = Limited
* N.R.= Not Resistance

* T1 = Resistance at Room Temp.
* T2 = Resistance upto 180° C

Name of the Chemicals

T1

T2

Name of the Chemicals

T1

T2

Acetaldehyde

N.R.

N.R

Hydrofluosilicic Acid *

R

R

Acetic acid glacial

R

R

Hydrogen Peroxide

L .

N.R.

Alum

R

R

Hydrogen Sulfide gas

R

R

Aniline

N.R.

N.R.

Kerosene

L

N.R.

Alkaline Acidic Salts Neutrial

R

R

Lactic Acid

R

R

Bromine Water

L

N.R.

Maleic Acid

R

R

Chlorine Dioxide Wet

L

N.R.

Methyl Sulphate

R

R

Chlorine Dioxide Dry

L

N.R

Nitric Acid 20%

R

R

Chlorine Water

L

N.R.

Nitric Acid Above 20%

R

L

Chloracetic acid 10%

R

R

Oleic Acid

L

N.R.

Chromic acid 50%

R

L

Oil

L

N.R.

Dichloraoacetic acid 10%

R

R

Perchloric acid

L

N.R.

Ethyl Sulphate

R

R

Phosphorl Acid

R

R

Ethylene Glycol

L

N.R.

Potassium Hydroxide

R

R

Fluosilicate Acid

R

R

Sodium Hydroxide

R

R

Formaledehyde

R

R

Sodium Hypochlorite 3%

R

L

Formic Acid

R

R

Sulfuric acid 50%

R

R

Hydrobromic acid

L

N.R.

Sulfuric Acid 80%

R

lL

Hydrochloric acid

R

R

Sulfuric acid above 80 %

L

N.R.

Hydrocynic acid

R

R

Sulfurous Acid

R

R

Hydrofluoric acid *

R

R

Urea

R

R