TRADITIONAL POLISHED MORTAR
BUILDING ON TRADITION AND OUR EXPERTISE WITH NATURAL AGGREGATES WE’VE TRANSFORMED ORDINARY CEMENT MORTAR INTO A NEW, IMPROVED PRODUCT IDEAL FOR MODERN REQUIREMENTS
Traditional polished mortar is KOURASANIT’s oldest product but also its most popular one. It’s the great finish it gives indoors and outdoors, its durability due to its consistency, and the ease with which it can be applied that make it the No. 1 choice every single time. These days, it’s almost certain that any modern construction project, from the smallest flat to largest hotel, will feature traditional polished mortar among the construction materials used. It can be applied to floors and walls, and works equally well on newly-built surfaces and on older ones, without any need to first remove existing materials such as tiles, terrazzo, etc.
The mix (primarily composed of pozzolana (lava), river sand and hydrated lime) make it one of the most powerful hydraulic mortars around. It can be easily and quickly applied, requires only two coats, and doesn’t need any undercoats. It is the best choice, by far, for floors with heavy footfall such as those in shops, offices, gyms, restaurants, coffee-bars, as well as floors in homes or hotels, and is even suitable for baths, spas, worktops, sinks and other specialised constructions. The end result is quite unique thanks to the product’s consistency and application technique, which is done entirely by hand.
Hydraulic mortar, in powder form, based on pozzolana (lava) and hydrated lime.
Easy to use and environmentally friendly.
Modern, sophisticated, unique.
Suitable for floors and walls, both indoors and outdoors.
Suitable for homes, business premises, hotels and shops.
Ideal for renovations.
Easy to apply.
Applied with a trowel in a 3-4 mm layer.
Product code Τ.
SEE THE COMPLETE RANGE OF COLORS OF “TRADITIONAL POLISHED MORTAR”
The colors depicted may vary from the applied finish
due to monitor color restrictions, diversity in the application techniques and the nature of the material.
Producing on site samples is recommended in all cases.