Low cost, fast application and top of the line finish. These reasons explain why spray plaster is on the rise to cover dry indoor walls and ceilings. Although it requires trained labour and proper machines, this solution can be easily incorporated into the job site.
Spray plaster methodology developed by Mac Plastering Team is proven to be four times faster than conventional plaster, reducing labour and increasing production, addressing the need to improve skill levels by offering machine operators a controllable supply of quality assured material ready to be applied via a spray plastering machine.
Spray plaster enhances speed, efficiency and controlled application lightweight gypsum levelling plaster, thistle universal one coat plaster, which is sprayed directly onto walls, ceilings and columns drying to a gypsum quality smooth finish that is ready to be painted all in one application. We can spray onto Blockwork, brickwork, and concrete.
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1 – Before starting the spraying, it is important to check if the surface is clean. There should be no stains on materials that decrease plaster adhesion, such as greases, oils, paints, etc. It is necessary to protect the metal parts and remove nails, wires, steel bar ends and pieces of wood, as well as loose parts of the area where the plaster will be made.
2- In the next step, it is necessary to define the areas and the thickness of the covering – which should be between 1.2cm and 2 cm.
3 – The plaster should be applied from bottom to top, horizontally – line after line – until it covers the entire desired area. When the service happens on a slab, the meaning of the application must be unique. EPS surfaces, on the other hand, need to be roughened before plastering.
Reinforced concrete structures should be prepared with rolled slats to eliminate possible detachment of plaster due to the release agents used in the formwork.
4 – Subsequently, the vertical upward-down curling is performed to smooth the coating, eliminating any excess. Plaster leftovers cannot be used. If there are surface flaws, the application will need to be redone.