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What Are The Uses Of Gypsum Plaster?

    Gypsum plaster is a modern day solution to ecologically straining and time-consuming process of sand cement plaster. Also, it saves on the punning cost of POP which is usually applied on sand cement plaster.

    Gypsum plaster has been used since centuries in the construction sector thanks to its unique and excellent properties. For instance, it offers excellent acoustic and thermal properties while giving levelled walls with the best finish. Thus there is great demand for gypsum plaster dealers in Noida.

    Comparison With Sand Cement Plaster

    • Quicker construction

    Much time is needed for using cement sand plaster. It needs water curing for 28 days and surface is made smooth with POP punning which also needs much time. In case of gypsum plaster, you can finish walls speedily and the surface is ready for painting within 3 days (after complete drying).

    • Reduced need for river sand

    The product of gypsum plaster is available in ready to use bags. All you need to do is add water and you are all set. On the other hand mining of river sand is harmful to the environment and banned in many states. Gypsum plaster provides you best substitute for river sand for all applications of internal plastering.

    • Water curing

    The product- sand cement plaster needs water for curing for amounts of 0.6 kg/m2/day. Hence in case of a project of 1 lakh sq m, you need water of amount 60,000 liters daily. Provided that minimum curing time for sand cement plaster is 28 days,  the quantity is subject to manifold multiplication. On the other hand, gypsum plaster provides you freedom from water curing and saves money as well as the environment.

    • Elimination of shrinkage cracks

    Sand cement plaster suffers from major problems of shrinkage. This is caused by high heat of hydration and unsuitable curing. Gypsum plaster is not subject to these problems and therefore walls are free from shrinkage costs.

    • Lighter construction

    Gypsum plaster has a density of 700kg/m3 which is 50% lesser than traditional sand cement plaster which amounts to 1860 kg/m3. Thus using gypsum plaster for plastering of walls lowers the structural load of the building.

    These are some of the benefits of gypsum plaster. Nowadays, one can source this product from gypsum manufacturer in India by searching online.