Ready to use grey cement based non-shrink, self- cur- ing mortar for fixing AAC blocks, Concrete blocks, fly ash bricks etc.


Fixing and Jointing masonry units like AAC blocks, Con- crete blocks, fly ash bricks etc.


  • Ready to use, only water to be added.
  • Thinner jointing material with very high tensile adhe- sion strength improving the overall masonry strength.
  • Better bond than conventional cement based mortar
  • Faster to apply due to good spreadable properties.
  • Excellent high strength & water retention properties
  • Economical as quantity of mortar is less than conven- tional mortar
  • Self-curing.


Chemical Base Cementitious mortar modified with polymers.

Packaging 40 kg bag

Appearance / Colour Grey powder

Shelf Life 6 months from date of production

Storage Conditions Stored properly in original unopened, sealed and undamaged packaging in

dry and cool conditions.

Density Bulk Density : ~1.33 kg/l (at +27°C)

Compressive Strength >6 N/mm² at 28 days (According to EN 1015-11)

Tensile Adhesion Strength ≥0.8 N/mm² (Accordng to EN1348)

Consumption ~3 -4 kg powder required / Sqm for 3 mm average thickness.

Layer Thickness 3-4 mm

Ambient Air Temperature +5°C min. / +45°C max.

Substrate Temperature +5°C min. / +45°C max.

Pot Life 90 minutes

SUBSTRATE QUALITY / PRE-TREATMENT The substrate must be structurally sound, laitance

free, clean and free from dirt, oil, grease, other con-


taminants and loose or friable particles. Pre-wetting of substrate is essential with maximum saturation of wa- ter but saturated surface dry (S.S.D.) condition.


Water: Powder = 0.22 to 0.24 by weight (8.8 L to 9.6 L water per 40 kg bag). Mixing Time : 3 minutes minim- um


Shoolin Block Bond Adhesive must be mechanically mixed using a forced action mixer or in a clean con- tainer using a drill and mixing paddle (< 500 rpm). A normal concrete mixer is not suitable. Mix thoroughly with clean water for a minimum of 3 minutes. Leave material to stand in container until the majority of bubbles have dispersed (minimum 5 minutes).Then re- mix the material for 15 seconds – the product is now ready for use.

If the substrate is very porous, if the temperature is high and/or the relative humidity low, it is advisable to dampen the surface. Do not leave any standing water. Apply a thin uniform Layer of Shoolin Block Bond Adhesive 2 to 3 mm thick on the clean & levelled surface of masonry units using proper trowel

Place the next course of masonry units on evenly joint- ing mortar bed in proper line & level. Each masonry unit shall be properly bedded and set in position by gently pressing with handle of trowel.

Inside unit of the masonry unit shall be applied with mortar before the next unit is laid & pressed against it especially in case of bricks.

Clean the excess material, if any immediately. Contin- ue the procedure for the entire masonry work.

Do not disturb the blocks /bricks setting for first 24 hours.


Clean all tools and application equipment with water immediately after use. Hardened / cured material can only be removed mechanically.


Cementitious substrates must be at least 28 days old. Do not exceed the recommended water dosage. Apply only to sound, prepared substrates. Do not exceed the maximum layer thickness.

Protect freshly applied material from freezing and rain etc.


All technical data stated in this Product Data Sheet are based on laboratory tests. Actual measured data may vary due to circumstances beyond our control.


For information and advice on the safe handling, stor- age and disposal of chemical products, users shall refer to the most recent Material Safety Data Sheet contain- ing physical, ecological, toxicological and other safety related data.


The following is the coverage table for wall area in Square feet that can be constructed using AAC Blocks of size 600mm X 200mm X 100mm

Mortar Bed Thickness

Coverage for 40 Kg bag

Coverage for 20

Kg Bag

2 mm

240 Sft

120 Sft

3 mm

160 Sft


4 mm

120 Sft


Coverage is based on smoothness and evenness of the substrate, size of blocks used and the thickness of mortar used. A general guide line for coverage of mortar is given when used with 30% Water is added to powder.



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