Federal White Cement | Products - csa a

By: Federal White Cement  09-12-2011
Keywords: Physical Properties, Masonry Cement


Federal White Masonry Cement

Type N can be used to match, contrast, and compliment the colors of various masonry units, enhance the aesthetic color of a wall or coordinate other colors in a design.Federal White Masonry Cement may be used for any masonry application where a white or a very light colored masonry joint is desired. Pure white masonry mortar is obtained with the use of a clean white sand. The use of local mason sands will produce a mortar color related to the color of the sand.

Federal White Masonry Cement
, when proportioned with white sand, may be used with brick, cast stone, tile, pavers, concrete and glass block or for stucco applications.

Federal White Masonry Cement
may be used to satisfy low alkali requirements.


Federal White Masonry Cement

is complete as packaged, no admixtures are required or recommended.

Mix 1 bag ( 1 cu. ft.) of Federal White Masonry Cement Type N with 2 ΒΌ to 3 parts ( cu. ft .) of well graded whitemason sand meeting the requirements of CSA-A179. Use clean potable water, sufficient to produce a workable consistency. Materials should be mixed for a minimum of 5 minutes to produceCSA-A179 masonry mortar.

White masonry mortar is applied by the

same methods as any other CSA-A179 mortar. Care should be taken during striking so that the joint will not darken. Acrylic or nylon tools are recommended.


Federal White Masonry Cement is manufactured to conform to all current requirements of CSA Designation A3002.

See table for physical properties .

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