Kimia S.p.A.

Since 1979, Kimia has produced a complete range of products for building restoration, recovery and maintenance. With twenty years of specialization, it can offer truly dynamic products. In fact, Kimia is constantly updating its lines of products to respond promptly to new problems related to building recovery and restoration and to keep up with the technological progress being applied in the construction field. In addition, the reliability of Kimia products has been confirmed by the worst kind of test: the architectural heritage damaged by the earthquake in 1984 and consolidated with Kimia products was not touched in the least by the earthquakes that years later - starting in September of 1997 - once again violently struck the territory of Umbria and the Marches.


Limepor PMP

Ready-to-use mortar CE marked as GP CS IV - EN 998-1


Limepor PMP is a ready-to-use mortar designed specifically for plastering and pointing. It is marked GP in compliance with the UNI EN 998-1. The inert materials recycling inerts ( > 30%) deriving from the grinding of bricks, roof tiles, marble and stone that are used in this products mean a variety of different colours can be requested. It has been tested for the absence of gamma ray and/or radon gas emission; it uses natural, fully recyclable materials; it contains materials heated to low temperatures thereby limiting the emission of CO2 into the atmosphere and reducing the amount of energy used in production; it contains no Chrome VI; completely natural and not hazardous for the environment throughout the entire product life cycle.


  • Colours are compatible with local coloured mortars, traditionally employed for plaster, render and masonry etc…
  • Product can be worked using traditional local methods.
  • Ready-to-use and easy to apply (both manually and using a machine).
  • Chemically compatible with materials used in historic buildings.
  • Extremely breathable, porous mortar.
  • Low content of water-soluble salts and high resistance to sulphates.
  • The product remains stably mineral over time.