This topic includes information related to masonry grout used during construction. Masonry grout is a construction material that is applied as a thick liquid, which hardens over time. Masonry grout is composed of water, cement, sand, color tint and possible fine gravel. Commonly, masonry grout is used around rebar in masonry assemblies, between concrete assemblies, in joints and voids.
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