FAQs

Plastering

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  • Q. Why plastering is required?

    Plaster protects structure from temperature variations; external attacks of sulphates, chlorides, etc. Plaster also provides smooth & aesthetic surface on RCC & Brickwork surface.

  • Q. What precautions should be taken during plaster works?

    1. Preferably use cements which releases low heat of hydration. Blended Cement is a good choice.

    2.Use optimum water at the time of mixing.

    3.Do not use dry cement on the plaster surface.

    4.At the junction of Brickwork & RCC, chicken mesh or fibre mesh may be used.

    5.Wet the surface before plastering.

    6.Cure the surface for at least 10 to 12 days.

  • Q. Why plastering is required?

    Plaster protects structure from temperature variations; external attacks of sulphates, chlorides, etc. Plaster also provides smooth & aesthetic surface on RCC & Brickwork surface.

  • Q. What precautions should be taken during plaster works?

    1. Preferably use cements which releases low heat of hydration. Blended Cement is a good choice.

    2.Use optimum water at the time of mixing.

    3.Do not use dry cement on the plaster surface.

    4.At the junction of Brickwork & RCC, chicken mesh or fibre mesh may be used.

    5.Wet the surface before plastering.

    6.Cure the surface for at least 10 to 12 days.