Compact mortar M100/600 Winter

Product description

Fescon Compact Mortar is a masonry cement based mortar for burnt and sand-lime brick masonry. Contains additives that improve weather resistance, workability and tightness. Maximum grain size 1.2 mm.


  • Easy to use
  • Reduces the water permeability of the shell
  • Good workability characteristics
  • Low capillary water penetration
  • Additional colours available to order
  • Frost-resistant
  • Available in 20 standard colours. Colored products are custom-made products, see delivery terms and conditions.


  • Facade masonry in locations subjected to heavy slanted rain in the temperature range -15°C – +5°C
The product is suitable for use on sites with a Nordic Swan Ecolabel.

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EAN code Product name Product number Package size
6416841331106 COMPACT MORTAR M 100/600 WINTER 33110 1000 kg
6416841335418 COMPACT MORTAR 39 QUARTZ WHITE WINTER 33541 1000 kg
6416841331199 COMPACT MORTAR 59 BIRCH BARK WHITE WINTER 33119 1000 kg
6416841345424 COMPACT MORTAR 40 WINTER 34542 1000 kg
6416841345417 COMPACT MORTAR 41 GRAIN YELLOW WINTER 34541 1000 kg
6416841345158 COMPACT MORTAR 42 BRICK RED WINTER 34515 1000 kg
6416841345455 COMPACT MORTAR 45 EARTH BROWN WINTER 34545 1000 kg
6416841345622 COMPACT MORTAR 46 PEAT BROWN WINTER 34562 1000 kg
6416841345479 COMPACT MORTAR 48 BLACK GRAY WINTER 34547 1000 kg
6416841345172 COMPACT MORTAR 52 LINEN LIGHT WINTER 34517 1000 kg
6416841345486 COMPACT MORTAR 44 SAND BROWN WINTER 34548 1000 kg
6416841335579 COMPACT MORTAR 71 SWAN WINTER 34557 1000 kg
6416841345691 COMPACT MORTAR HEAVY 73 CUCKOO WINTER 34569 1000 kg
6416841345561 COMPACT MORTAR 75 LARK WINTER 34556 1000 kg
6416841345509 COMPACT MORTAR 77 WINTER 34550 1000 kg
6416841345608 COMPACT MORTAR 79 PTARMIGAN WINTER 34560 1000 kg
6416841345660 COMPACT MORTAR 80 SIBERIAN JAY WINTER 34566 1000 kg
6416841345585 COMPACT MORTAR 81 TEAL WINTER 34558 1000 kg
6416841345677 COMPACT MORTAR 83 WILLOW GROUSE WINTER 34567 1000 kg
6416841345639 COMPACT MORTAR 85 RAVEN WINTER 34563 1000 kg



Refer to the bag for how much water the plaster requires. Add the dry material to the water and mix with a concrete mixer for around ten minutes. With a power mixer or a drill paddle, around two to three minutes of mixing is sufficient. Let the plaster stand for around five minutes and mix it again for a short while. Find the correct consistency at this stage by gradually adding the rest of the water. We do not recommend adding all of the water right at the start. The finished plaster remains workable for around one hour.

Work instructions

The lowest working temperature is -15°C. Follow the instructions of the designers and official regulations in masonry work. National Building Code of Finland B8, Brick Structures, instructions 2007 and SFS manual 176.
In facades subject to slanted rain, particular attention must be paid to masonry work and joint details. The brick should be at least 120 mm wide. Lay the bricks with full joints that are compacted during the masonry work. Ensure the tightness of the joints by applying mortar to the end of the brick before placing it. The connecting joints must be designed so that water that has penetrated the shell can exit the structure without damaging it.

Waste handling

Storage and handling of waste. See the separate storage and disposal instructions

Technical information

Water requirement 2.9-3.8 l/25 kg
Type powder
Colour standard and to-order colours
Maximum grain size

1.2 mm

Package size 1000 kg

storage time in a dry location approx. 1 year

Lowest usage temperature

- 15°C

Workability time 3 h
Strength class M 5
Nominal shear resistance

> 0.16 N/mm2 (avg)

Fire class A1
Chloride content < 0,01 %
Frost resistance Yes
Water absorption by capillarity

0.38 kg / (m2 *√min) 

Water permeability

test wall of smooth brick 270*130*75 no water permeation (rain test 7 h, air pressure difference 50 Pa, rain intensity 270 l/m²/h ) a wall laid with regular mortar permeates water in less than one hour

The information is based on tests and practical experience. We cannot affect conditions at the work site so we cannot assume responsibility for the end result affected by local conditions.


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