Frequently Asked Questions

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21. Is it possible to use Bealstone as a coating for a pool?

BEALSTONE was not designed for this purpose. BEAL does not guarantee an application that was not done according to the application procedure, but studies are in progress on this subject.

22. MX03 – How much does the MORTEX® coating cost?


Products price and installation*

Products price and installation*


90-130€ vat excl.

100-155€ vat incl.

Semi- Technical

70-90€ vat excl.

85-100€ vat incl.


From 30€ vat excl.

From 36€ vat incl.



Products price

Products price


29-37€ vat excl.

35-45€ vat incl.

Semi- Technical

15-25€ vat excl.

18-30€ vat incl.


From 7€ vat excl.

From 8.5€ vat incl.

*For classic work of a minimum of 50 m². Smaller jobs are subject to a fixed price. Ref price: Belgian market.

Price of goods: the price evaluation does not include the finish (MC2F) and takes into account the average price of the protections.


Key words: Mortex, price, cost

23. What is the difference between a slab, a screed or stabilized soil?

Slab: (wet mix) is armed and is used to stabilize the building. The look is raw and in general unpolished. Cement load: 350 kg/m³
Screed: (Wet mix) is lower in cement, 250 kg/m³, no aggregates but only sand and cement.
Stabilized soil: (dry mix) is even poorer in cement, is rather used, for instance, for paved floors, because it crumbles. Forbidden for MORTEX.

24. MX04 – Is it possible to keep a rest of the MORTEX® product?

If the products are kept in their original, well-sealed packaging and according to the storage conditions recommended in the technical data sheets, you can re-use them for another job.

This is why BEAL sells neutral, uncoloured products.


Key words: Mortex, Bealcryl, rests, storage

25. Where can I find the products of the Mortex range?

You will find a list of all our dealers on the following link: Our points of sale.

26. MX05 – Is it possible to use other products than those in the MORTEX® coating range?

We can never guarantee products foreign to our brand for the simple and good reason that we do not control their manufacturing process.

Incompatibilities may arise directly during mixing, during application and long after application.


Key words: Mortex, compatibility, competition, brands

27. Should Mortex be protected?

Mortex behaves as a natural stone (waterproof but micro-poreous on its surface). Therefore, a protection against stains (wine, grease…) is recommended indoor: varnish, oil, etc. In all cases, we recommend tests and samples beforehand to validate the appropriate protection.

28. MX06 – Construction of a swimming pool with a MORTEX®-coating?

Yes, but only via experienced installor who strictly adhere to the POOL application systems.

Please contact our technical department.


Key words: Mortex, swimming pool

29. Who to ask to apply Mortex?

On request, Beal can provide you with a list of recommended professionals who apply MORTEX. We always advise you to visit projects of the professional you are going to choose and to request a sample of the selected product with its protection, since it can significantly change the look and colors. This will also allow you to assess the finishings, rendering, inside corners, outside corners, etc.

30. MX07 – How to avoid stains on a varnished MORTEX® coating?

For a varnish to be efficient, it must be applied according to the rules of art and the prescriptions of the technical data sheets available on .
Damage on a scratched varnished substrate can be equivalent to that of an unprotected substrate.

Stains in these areas may be difficult or even impossible to remove.
The technical data sheet of each product (available on must scrupulously observed be during application.

In order to obtain efficient results, it is necessary to :
– to apply the protection on a clean and dust-free surface and wait until it completly dries.,
– apply the varnishes with suitable brushes and rollers and regularly cross each pass, lightening the pressure put on the tool crescendo.
– on a structured and/or open-pored support, tapping with an “ad hoc” brush is imperative to make the varnish penetrate to the bottom of the cavities formed by the pores. If this work is not carried out in this way, water and grease will penetrate into these cavities, will be picked up by capillary action and will reveal a stain that is difficult or even impossible to remove even under the chosen protection.

Key words: Mortex, stains, varnish, damage, scratches

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