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Rutland Dry Refractory Mortar Mix - 10 Pound Tub

Rutland Dry Refractory Mortar Mix - 10 Pound Tub

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Product Details

Manufacturer: Rutland
Rutland Part Numbers: 211
Item Number: RUT-211
UPC: 022624002116

Features

  • Does not require heat to cure
  • Medium-duty refractory mortar
  • Indoor use only
  • Pot time of 1 hour or less in hot temperatures
  • Set time of 2 hours or less at temperatures above 80 degrees F
  • Provides enough mortar for fifty 8" x 8" clay flue tiles or thirty 4.5" x 9" firebricks
  • Meets or exceeds NFPA 211, 1988 edition and NYSCMA Tek Spec No. 3 requirements
  • Can be used for joining or repairing flue tiles and as a parge coating for building fireboxes
  • Features a compressive strength of more than 2,500 psi and can withstand 2,550 degrees F
Every hearth service professional knows that you can't deliver outstanding results without the right materials like refractory mortar. So if you're looking for a reliable way to repair and join masonry flue tiles or need a high-quality parge coating for building fireboxes, you might want to consider investing in some Rutland Dry Refractory Mortar Mix. A simple air curing allows this tough mortar to withstand temperatures as high as 2,550 degrees Fahrenheit and develop a compressive strength of more than 2,500 psi. It also resists acid and water damage, and meets NFPA 211, 1988 edition and NYSCMA Tek Spec No. 3 requirements.

Please Note: This mortar contains calcium aluminate cement and crystalline silica. It should not be used without safety goggles, chemical resistant gloves, a rubber apron, and a NIOSH/MSHA-approved dust respirator.

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Roy from Burlington, NC asked:
How much of your product will I need to pour a hearth and firebox the following size (45" long x 18" wide x 2" deep)? Thank you.
How much of your product will I need to pour a hearth and firebox the following size (45" long x 18" wide x 2" deep)? Thank you.
Ten pounds will cover 1,268 sq. in. with a 1/8" thick coat and you have 1062 sq. in. If you are using this as a parge coating, one 10 pound tub should be sufficient.
Answered by: Will M.

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Karen from CT asked:
How much water do we mix with this mortar mix to replace the bottom panel of my fireplace?
How much water do we mix with this mortar mix to replace the bottom panel of my fireplace?
Per the manufacturer, this product requires 1 quart of water per 10 pounds of dry material. If the mix is too dry, add .5 cup to the mix.
Answered by: Chris C.

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Prashant from Abu Dhabi, UAE asked:
What is the curing/drying time of the Rutland Dry Refractory Mortar 211? It says that it is non-water soluble. Does that mean that is has no water and doesn't need water for curing? Can this mortar mix be used to bind insulating bricks to the steel shell
What is the curing/drying time of the Rutland Dry Refractory Mortar 211? It says that it is non-water soluble. Does that mean that is has no water and doesn't need water for curing? Can this mortar mix be used to bind insulating bricks to the steel shell
The curing time for this mortar mix is 2 hours. This is a dry mix, so water will be necessary before application. This mortar can stick to masonry, but it can not stick to metal.
Answered by: Brennan W.

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Kurt from Pittsburgh, PA asked:
Before applying this inside a wood fireplace, how much do the old bricks and joints have to be cleaned? Do I just put this over the bricks also?
Before applying this inside a wood fireplace, how much do the old bricks and joints have to be cleaned? Do I just put this over the bricks also?
While the inside does not have to be perfect, it is recommended to scrub as much of the loose creosote away as possible. Any layered deposits that are left can have enough acid content to degrade the new layer of mortar. This mortar can indeed be parged directly over the bricks.
Answered by: Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional

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Rutland Dry Refractory Mortar Mix - 10 Pound Tub
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By Susan C.

Sets Up Quickly

This cement was ready to use in a jiffy and the directions were simple to follow. The fireplace surface you are applying it to needs to be clean and slightly wet so I used a brush and water. I was able to finish the entire job with one bucketful.
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By Robert J.

Save Time and Money

Any handyman ? or woman ? could easily do this job. And it will save you hundreds of dollars and lots of time looking for the right panel replacements and even then you might not get a perfect fit. For once, the advertisements were true for this product. I am happy to add my positive feedback to all the other customers who were happy with it!
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