Cemix Cemortar is for DIY brick and block mortar jobs. Landscaping projects including rock walls and stonework. It is ideal for all sorts of masonry work with bricks, concrete blocks, stone, building a barbecue, rock border in flowerbeds etc.

Typical Applications & Uses

  • Brick and block mortar jointing
  • Stone and rock walls
  • Paving bedding
  • Minor plastering repairs


  • Handy small bag size.
  • Specially designed for the DIY user.
  • Easy to use.
  • Computerised batching to ensure consistency.


Substrate Preparation:

Dampen the clay bricks before laying them. Concrete blocks should be laid relatively dry.


Empty the contents into a wheelbarrow, mechanical mixer or onto a smooth non-porous surface. Add water gradually, mixing thoroughly until a smooth mix is achieved. Under ideal conditions a bag of 20kg would require 3 litres of water. Dampen the clay bricks before laying them. Concrete blocks should be laid relatively dry. Place a layer 15 - 20mm of mortar between layers of bricks/blocks. The joint gaps are usually 10 - 15mm. Pointing is easier after the mortar has initially set.


Cemix® Cemortar consists of a uniformly blended, properly proportioned mixture of aggregate, sand, Portland cement and other Cemix® proprietary admixtures approved for use in mortar to improve workability and performance of the product.

Technical Data:

Appearance – Grey cementitious powder

Application Temp – 5oC – 30oC

Yield / Coverage - One 20kg bag is enough to lay 30 - 35 standard bricks or 20 - 25

concrete blocks.

Packaging – 20kg

The data shown above reflects typical results based on laboratory testing under controlled conditions. Reasonable variations may occur on site.


Store Cemix® Cemortar in a cool dry area. Use within six (6) months.


Clean all tools with water & brush immediately after use.


Hazardous - portland and blended cement. This product may contain Crystalline Silica. Cements may cause respiratory, skin and eye irritation. Wet cement can be irritating and corrosive to eyes and skin; and may cause skin sensitization (dermatitis). Repeated inhalation may cause bronchitis, silicosis and lung cancer and increase risk of scleroderma.