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All of Your Cement Needs! TYPE N For normal masonry construction. Available in 31.8kg (70lb) one-cubic-foot bags in bulk quantities. TYPE S For use in masonry structures that require more than double strength of Type N. Available in 34.0kg (75lb) one-cubic-foot bags and in bulk quantities. Portland Cement Portland Cement: Shall be white portland cement conforming with the requirements of Standard Specifcation for Portland Cement, ASTM C 150, for Type ___ (I, II, III or V) portland cement, except that it shall contain not more than 0.50% by weight Ferric Oxide, (Fe2O3) MASONRY SUPPLIES Page 87 THE LATICRETE ADVANTAGE 1 - Air & Water Barrier 2 - Masonry Veneer Mortar 3 - Adhered Masonry Veneer 4 - Premium Pointing Mortar 5 - MVIS Silicone Sealant A - Adhered Masonry Veneer B - Masonry Pointing Mortar C - Masonry Veneer Mortar D - Air & Water Barrier H - Cement Backer Board (exterior grade) I - Exterior Rated Sheathing MVIS™ (Masonry Veneer Installation System) Laticrete has developed an installation system that provides a permanent, high strength installation that is freeze/thaw stable and protected from water intrusion. The MVIS™ allows for increased productivity utilizing either traditional masonry veneer installation techniques or the "tile setter's" method. Architectural details are offered at www.laticrete. com/MVIS to help design professionals, contractors and installers understand the range of possible applications - and appropriate products and techniques which will assure long-term performance on projects of all types. Concrete Substrate EXP Exterior Sheathing Permabase ® Concrete Board I H D C B A ANCHORS (317) 684-7474 624 S. Missouri St. Indianapolis, IN 46225

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