WHAT IS A GROUT?
Grout is a mixture of water, cement, admixtures and sometimes fine aggregate. It is used for placement into narrow cavities such as rock fissures or holes, to fill and consolidate two adjoining objects into a solid mass.
What are the various types of Grout and where are they used ?
Grouts are high-slump mixtures of cementitious material, aggregate and water. They are of a consistency suitable for pouring or pumping, without segregation of the constituents. Grouts are typically used in new construction to fill the core of concrete blocks, or in restoration projects to plug micro-cracks in natural stone.