Joints in buildings assume a number of functions and therefore need to demonstrate a variety of different properties to meet the respective requirements.
This not only applies to the optical, but also to the physical, mechanical and in particular the moisture-related properties.
An intact joint network is a prerequisite for ensuring that the façade is resistant to driving rain. Penetrating moisture leads to a heavier frost load and a reduction in the thermal protection - both need to be adapted to the existing building substance and avoided. Remmers Joint Mortars comprises of a wide range of binding agent systems, grains and strengths, and selection options with respect to colour and capillary-braking properties. They can be selected to meet the individual application areas, situations and requirements at any time.