Plaster is a building material which is mixed with water at job-site and is applied to any interior or exterior walls.
Cement Render is applied to interior or exterior walls such as block wall, concrete wall, ALC block wall etc. either manually (hand plaster) or by spray machines
Skim coat is a very fine material that can be applied to any interior or exterior surface. The thickness of this coat is usually 1 to 3mm.
Monocapa, or Monocouche is a single-layer finishing coat, applicable in many colors. You can decorate exterior walls by several finishing methods such as stone, scratch, and print finishing. Monocapa is a popular construction method in Spain and Portugal, is also called Monocouche in France.
Gypsum machine plaster (GMP) is used when working on large walls. The thickness of the layer is normally 1 to 2㎝. By using plastering machines, GMP helps to save working time and cost. GMP is popular primarily in Western Europe. Recently, using lightweight mortar for gypsum machine plaster is becoming increasingly popular due to its provision of convenient working condition and thermal insulation effect.
Gypsum hand plaster (GHP) is used for work inside the building. It is a suitable application for small and delicate construction sites due to its extensive use of manpower. Thickness of this applied layer is normally 1 to 2㎝, similar to GMP.
Gypsum finishing plaster, or Gypsum thin layer plaster, is used to provide good leveling and smoother surface to the wall. The layer thickness is generally 2 to 5 mm.
Gypsum filler or Joint filler is a dry mixed mortar that is used to fill the joints between wall boards.
Gypsum adhesive is used to attach gypsum plasterboard and cornice to masonry wall vertically. Gypsum adhesive is also used in laying gypsum blocks or panel and filling gaps between blocks. Because fine hemihydrate gypsum is the main raw material, gypsum adhesive forms durable and powerful joints with strong adhesion.