Published: Jan 1960
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Bituminous grouts, mastics, and cold applied cements are all adhesive materials that vary in consistency from thin brushable or pourable liquids to trowelable in the condition in which they are applied. Grouts are thin enough to be poured, and mastics are usually of troweling consistency, whereas cold applied adhesives may be found in either consistency range.
The Flintkote Co., Whippany, N. J.
Research and Development Laboratory, The Flintkote Co., Los Angeles, Calif.