Gypsum, which is made of gypsum, cooked and powdered, has the ability to freeze rapidly when mixed with water. The calcium sulfate hemihydrate compound is the basic material of gypsum. Gypsum is obtained by grinding the compound of calcium sulfate dihydrate, called gypsum, and heating it to 190 ° C until most of the water contained therein is removed.

Plasters by Type

 

Plaster Plaster:

It is a filling plaster applied indoors with machinery and trowel.

Usage areas:

Plaster Gypsum is used on brick, briquette, exposed concrete, and cement-based plaster surfaces.

Machine Plaster:

Machine plaster is a filled plaster which can be applied by machine in interior spaces.

Usage areas:

Machine Plaster Gypsum is used on bricks, briquettes, exposed concrete, and cement-based plaster surfaces.

Satin Plaster:

Satin Gypsum is a topcoat floor leveling plaster applied by machine and hand in interior spaces.

Usage areas:

Satin Gypsum Plasterboard, cement or gypsum-based plaster applied surfaces, paint wallpaper, such as the topcoat is used on surfaces to be applied.

 

Plasterboard Plasterboard:

Plasterboard Gypsum is a kind of gypsum used in the interior ceiling and milk decoration.

Usage areas:

Plasterboard Plaster It is used for interior ceiling decorations in the plasterboard application.

 

Benefits of Plaster

It does not change the size like concrete after gypsum casting and thus prevents the formation of cracks.

The fully finished gypsum is a ready-made building element. No additional labor or expense required.

Gypsum material is energy-efficient in production and does not create environmental pollution,

Gypsum material can be easily processed.

Unit weight of gypsum material can be adjusted according to the area to be used,

Gypsum Fire Resistant

Since plaster is an inorganic material, it does not burn and sends heat to the other side of the wall in case of fire.

Gypsum is Energy Saving

Gypsum production is much more economical as it uses one-fifth of the energy used in brick and cement production. There is also considerable savings in the use of other energy sources.

Plaster Protects the Environment

Both raw materials used in production and packaging materials are environmentally friendly. At the same rate, the amount of waste generated in the production and packaging of gypsum is much less than the equivalent products.

 

Plaster Lightweight

Compared to the equivalent products, it is understood that they are lighter than 4 times. With a lighter material, structures result in smaller bearing elements and a reduction in the cost of construction materials.

 

Plaster is Health

Gypsum, which prevents the formation of bacteria due to its chemical structure, has the same ph ratio as human skin. It is also non-carcinogenic and compatible with human skin.

 

Plaster is Natural Air Conditioner

Thanks to the small gaps in the plaster, it keeps the environment cool in summer and warm in winter.

 

Has Gypsum Moisture Regulating Feature

As a result of the low thermal conductivity, the water vapor in the environment does not condense and forms moisture by hitting the walls. In addition, in cases of moisture decreases or increases, the gypsum can release moisture or store moisture inside it.

 

Provides Plaster Insulation

It supports gypsum thermal insulation which reduces heat permeability due to the gaps in it. To reduce the heat permeability of heat-insulating materials, coating them with gypsum reduces heat permeability, resulting in less heat loss. In addition, plaster contributes to the sound insulation in the environment by reducing the sound permeability.

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