Thin-layer dry mortar for various elements of brick masonry BRIKO B-F


Мортар is resistant to frost and water. It features good adhesion to the surface. Additives contained in the mortar optimally balance the workability time.

Substrate preparation:
The substrate and masonry products must be smooth, clean, solid, not crumbling, free of dust, lime, grease, old paint residues. Highly moisture absorbing surfaces shall be primed with Briko deep primer.

Work tools:
Properly select a notched trowel. Tooth dimensions are chosen according to the accuracy of masonry articles, 4-10 mm. After work, wash tools with water.

Preparation of mixture for work:
Pour the package content (25 kg), into a container with 5-6 litres of clean room temperature water. Stir manually or mechanically until homogenous consistency without lumps. Mature mixture for 5-7 minutes, and stir again. The mixed mortar can be used for about 2 hours, depending on the ambient temperature.

Approx. 5 kg/m², depending on the accuracy of blocks and joint thickness.

The work shall be carried out in dry conditions. During the work and two days after the masonry work, air and substrate temperature must be from + 5 °C to + 30 °C. All the data and recommendations are provided for the temperature of + 20 °C and relative humidity of 60 %. Under other conditions, the mortar characteristics may vary.

If work is performed as recommended, the manufacturer guarantees the quality of adhesive, but it is not responsible for the consequences that result from the use of adhesive in other conditions or for other purpose.

Storage conditions:
Store in a dry area protected from moisture, in undamaged original packaging.

Shelf life:
Suitable for up to 12 months from the date of manufacture.


Performance of work:
Prepared mortar shall be applied on the base and sides of blocks with a notched trowel. Immediately align a positioned block. Mortar must completely fill the space between the blocks. Positioning adjustment time of blocks with fresh mortar is up to 5 minutes after laying. When laying, try to make the joint as thin as possible. Protect laid blocks from rain and frost for the first 48 hours after laying.