Gypsum Plaster Works

Gypsum plaster process is given to the surface that is applied on the coating, gas concrete, brick, concrete and similar materials, which is applied on the rough plaster and creates a layer. Gypsum, which is resistant to burning due to the addition of water during its construction, balances the humidity rate due to its air permeability.

PLASTERS DO NOT CREATE MOLD AND BACTERIA

Mold, bacteria and fungus-free plasters make the structure smooth and paintable after application. Gypsum is used in almost all structures. Plasters are used in residences, offices, schools, business and shopping centers, hotels and hospitals.

In the application of gypsum plaster, first of all, the plaster must be positioned separately from the lime and cement bags and protected from water and moisture. Before the gypsum plaster application, the surface to be worked on should not be too dry, oily or dusty. Painted surfaces must be notched before plastering.

THE RISK OF CRACKING THE PLASTER NEEDS TO MINIMIZE

In order to minimize the risk of cracking within the scope of gypsum plaster works, the points where different materials meet should be intervened with a plaster net. If the gypsum plaster thickness is too high, the works should be done in two stages with 1 day intervals, without priming in two layers. After the plaster work is completed, the plaster must dry completely for painting application. If the paint is applied before the plaster is completely dry, swelling may occur on the surface.

PLASTER PROVIDES HEAT AND SOUND INSULATION

Since gypsum is a light material, it is important to keep the weight of the building light. Plasters, which are lighter than classical plaster, are more preferred because they can be applied more easily than classical plaster. Plasters provide better thermal conductivity compared to other lightweight materials and support insulation. Since the plaster, which has a cavity inside, can hold the sound, it also provides sound insulation.

Since gypsum is an inorganic material, it reduces the fire temperature and provides resistance to fire. Gypsum helps to collect the excess moisture in the environment and to balance the environment by giving this moisture out in dry environments.

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