Mortar

Mortar is a building material consisting mainly of a binding agent (e.g. lime or cement), aggregates with a maximum grain size of 4 mm and water, which harden by a chemical reaction of the binding agents.

The mortar is primarily used for the durable and weatherproof bonding of bricks and for plastering walls and ceilings. It is produced either in the factory or directly at the construction site.

In practice, there are countless mortar products with sometimes very different mechanical and physical properties. Masonry mortars, for example, must above all be pressure-resistant.

The physical properties are defined in the international testing standards to which Toni Technik’s testing machines and equipment are designed for

Testing instruments

Testing machines

Software

Measure and control

Testing instruments

for Mortar

ToniMIX Basic

MORTAR MIXER TONIMIX BASIC

Mortar mixer for the standard-compliant preparation of cement mortar and cement paste

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ToniMIX Expert

MORTAR MIXER TONIMIX EXPERT

Automatic mortar mixer for the standard-compliant preparation of cement mortar and cement paste

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VIBRATING TABLE TONIVIB

Performance unit for the standard-compliant compaction of cement mortar and other binding materials

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Jolting Apparatus

The jolting apparatus is designed for the standard-compliant compaction of cement mortar and other binding material in moulds and meets the entire requirements of the standards EN 196 part 1 and ISO 679.

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Automatic Vicat Needle Instrument - PA1/PA2

AUTOMATIC VICAT NEEDLE INSTRUMENT – PA1

Provides one measuring station for the determination of the setting characteristics of cement, gypsum and mortar

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ToniSET Compact

SETTING TIME (VICAT) – TONISET COMPACT

Provides eight measuring stations for the determination of the setting characteristics of cement, gypsum and mortar

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Automatic Vicat Needle Instrument - PA8

AUTOMATIC VICAT NEEDLE INSTRUMENT – PA8

Provides eight measuring stations for the determination of the setting characteristics of cement, gypsum and mortar

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Model 1802