What is a grout?
A grout is a neat cement or a mortar of fluid consistency with fine granulates. It is used:
- in the renovation of old masonry elements exhibiting structural damage (disintegration of roughcast mortar) which cannot be dismantled, meaning that this operation must be performed by gravitational injection,
- to stop water leaks via injection under pressure,
- or for sealing pegs or bolts, in particular for underground works.