Brick Linings :
Acid-proof mortars are materials which form the bed and joint in the case of combination linings or vessel brick linings consisting of a membrane and tile or brick lining. They bond the ceramics to the sealing layer in the form of an acid-poof bed as well as connecting the ceramic tiles or bricks to one another.
Nowadays for this case, innovative synthetic resins and water glass mortars are the key materials.
These mortars can be based on:
Unsaturated polyester resins
Vinyl ester resins
Combination linings and floors primarily use ceramic tiles or bricks (as specified in DIN EN 14879) of a thickness adapted for the expected mechanical or thermal stresses.
Mortars are sorted into groups based on the method used for laying the tiles:
Bedding and jointing mortar
Due to their material properties, bedding and jointing mortars are suitable for tiles and bricks linings applied using various application methods such as full bed and joint and hollow joint application.
Thin Bed Mortars
Thin bed mortars are applied to the substrate using a toothed trowel. In this bed defined thickness the tiles are applied using the hollow joint method.
Wet Grouting Mortars
Wet grouting mortars are applied as joint material between the hollow laid tiles.