Singleton Birch NHL 5
25kg (approx)

This product is superseded and known as Secil NHL 5. It will arrive in slightly different packaging but contains the same powdered hydraulic lime inside.

  • Natural Hydraulic Lime (NHL 5)
  • Suitable for masonry exposed to severe weather
  • Paving, Copings, Chimneys, Canals, Sea fronts
  • Suited to dense masonry; granite, eng bricks
  • Sets underwater (eminently hydraulic)
  • Easy to use, powdered lime
  • Britain's leading independent lime manufacturer

Product Details

Singleton Birch NHL 5 is a dry powdered lime made by slaking quicklime from silaceous chalks.

This material is stronger and more durable with a faster setting speed. Suitable for use with dense materials, exposed masonry and marine construction.

Frequently Asked Questions

What can I use NHL 5 lime for?

NHL 5 is suitable for dense masonry with a high degree of exposure to moisture, rain or water. Engineering bricks, granite, basalt and flint. Retaining walls, paving, roofing, coping stones, cornice, plinths, balustrades. Especially suited to marine building and construction; bridges, canals, dams, harbours, marinas, sea fronts.

What is hydraulic lime?

Hydraulic limes set by hydrolysis, they rely on moisture to cause a set. This gives them the ability to set underwater.

Do I need to add cement to make it set?

Absolutely not, hydraulic lime sets just fine. It is often confused with hydrated lime which can be added to cement mortar to increase workability. Genuine traditional lime mortars, renders and plasters don't ever contain any cement.

£8.75 + VAT
Delivery £8.45 + VAT
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Usually Delivered Next Working Day
When ordered before 12 noon
Orders over 100kg may take longer

Did You Know?

In practical terms, natural hydraulic lime is just like working with an OPC.

Shrinkage cracks are virtually eliminated using hydraulic lime due to its hydraulic set.

Major labour and time saving benefits of hydraulic lime can offset the higher cost against the non-hydraulic lime.