Masonry glue

NCL Masonry glue – Jointing mortar

Looks great serves best

Masonry glue is an adhesive used in building construction. It offers strong bonding, making it useful for various applications like attaching bricks, stones, or blocks. Its strength ensures durable and reliable structures, enhancing overall construction integrity.

adhesion/pull-out strength.

Strong, adequate compressive strength.

construction with hassle-free

Reliable, consistent product quality.

Unbeatable advantages, that set us apart!

NCL Masonary Glue

Masonary glue specifications

Explore our high-strength product exhibits excellent flexural and splitting tensile strength, ensuring durable and reliable bonds. Its extended open time allows for easy application, while being cost-effective and environmentally friendly.

Time-efficient solution

Labor and time saved with factory premixed solution.

Swift construction

Speeds up projects with premixed composition.

Resource conservation achieved

No curing saves water, labor.

Strong & durable

Impressive strength for sturdy structures.

Excellent flexural strength

Capable of withstanding bending, loading exhibits flexural strength.

Remarkable tensile strength

Resistant to cracking, ensures structural integrity.

Ample open time

Ample open time aids efficient construction.

Cost-effective and environmentally friendly

VOC-free, cost-effective, and eco-conscious construction choice.

Key facts and specifications

Masonary Glue
  • Suitable for interior & exterior applications.
  • To lay AAC bricks, fly ash / concrete blocks.
  • To fix cement door & window frames.
  • For boundary walls.
40 Kg., and 50 Kg.
  • 3.20 sft/ kg or 0.297 m2 with 6mm thick bed on 4″ AAC Blocks.
  • 1.28 sft / kg or 0.119 m2 / kg with 6mm thick bed on 9″ AAC Blocks.
Sl. No. Attributes Test Results
1 Colour Mfg. Spec Grey
2 Water mixing proportion Mfg. Spec 16 % to 20%
3 Pot life Mfg. Spec 60 minutes
4 Open time Mfg. Spec 20 minutes
5 Ready for plastering Mfg. Spec 24 hours
6 Compressive strength ASTM > 4.5 Mpa
7 Flexural strength ASTM > 4 Mpa
8 Splitting tensile strength ASTM >300 Kpa
  • Ensure that the surface should be free from dust, oil, grease, paints, loose foreign particles /materials and curing agents which may affect adhesion.
  • Wet the surface before application without leaving excess water.
Add 165 ml of clean water into a bucket and gradually transfer 1 kg of NCL Masonry glue 110 in it. Mixing can be done manually or slow speed electrical mixer. The mixing is to be done till it forms a lump free homogenous mix and to attain the water percentage 16 to 20%. If required, add extra water to obtain uniform paste. Leave the dough for 5 minutes for polymerization. Do not keep the dough under direct sunlight.
Apply a thin layer of the above dough by using notching trowel in the thickness of 3 to 4 mm (or client requirement) on the clean and levelled surface on which the block work is to be carried out, fix the block on the laid glue in a proper line and level. On the first block apply the glue of the same 3-4mm thickness on both horizontal and vertical joint of the block and continue laying the brick with 3-4mm thickness of glue and keep a check in the wall levels.
Shelf life
12 months
Store in a moisture-free dry place.
  • Keep out of reach of children.
  • Keep in a dry place.
  • Avoid inhalation of dust.
  • If it comes in contact with eyes or you feel skin irritation, wash with plenty of plain water and consult a doctor.
  1. The level from base to the top layer should be properly horizontal.
  2. There should not be any gap between the joints of AAC blocks.
  3. Bottom layer of AAC block should be properly laid, so that no gaps should come in between otherwise the blocks would crack.
  4. The lentil should be placed after every 5 to 6 layers of AAC blocks or 6 m length to avoid cracks. It should be placed on a complete block.
  5. Storage on dry and even surface to avoid damage and contact with moisture.
  6. Before application – wet the block.
  7. Use self curing block mortar with 3 to 4 mm thickness only and notching is mandatory.
  8. Use a tool like hacksaw or rotary cutter.
  9. Should rest on full block.
  1. Do not use a rich mortar mix as it tends to shrink & might crack.
  2. Do not flood the brick with water.
  3. Do not construct a wall without coping the beam.
  4. Do not stack the blocks in haphazard manner or leave them exposed to rain or moisture.
  5. Do not use tools like hammer, chisel etc. to cut the block.

Get free consultation with our expert

One of the largest Aac block plant in South India with the highest manufacturing capacity