1. What products does Amerimix manufacture?
Amerimix manufactures commercial grade preblended mortar, portland lime mortar, colored mortar, water resistant mortar, core fill masonry grout and stucco products.
2. Why use Amerimix preblended mortars, grouts and stuccos?
Amerimix preblended mortar, grout and stucco are manufactured under controlled conditions, using quality raw materials. Guesswork associated with field mixing is eliminated. Job site efficiencies are realized and waste is reduced. All Amerimix preblended building products are manufactured to the governing ASTM standards.
3. What is the Amerimix Silo System?
Amerimix manufactures preblended mortar, grout and stucco in 80 lb. bags as well as 3,000 lb. bulk bags. Bulk bags are often used on large, high volume jobs where production is important. The 3,000 lb. bulk bags are loaded into a steel silo. This silo is portable, requires no power source and can hold up to 18,000 pounds of Amerimix material. Just pull the lever and mix.
4. How can I order Amerimix products?
Please visit our Contact page or email us at email@example.com.
5. How do I estimate the amount of Amerimix product required for my project?
An 80 lb. bag of mortar contains 0.033 cubic yards or 0.88 cubic feet.
A 3,000 lb. bag of mortar contains 1.25 cubic yards or 30 cubic feet of dry material.
80 lb. bag contains 0.023 cubic yards, or 0.63 cubic feet.
3,000 lb. bag contains 0.88 cubic yards or 23.75 cubic feet of dry material.
80 lb. bag yields 24 square feet of coverage at 3/8" or 12 square feet of coverage at 5/8".
3,000 lb. bag yields 900 square feet of coverage at 3/8" thick or 450 square feet of coverage at 5/8" thick.
* Coverage/yield information is approximate and is subject to jobsite conditions and requirements.
6. Where have Amerimix products been used?
Amerimix has been supplying the construction industry for over a decade. Our products can be found on high rise commercial projects, schools, hospitals, correctional institutions, retail centers, federal buildings, warehouses, condominiums and single family structures.