Performance specifications for a swimming pool plaster system.
The plaster system includes three layers, which are:
1. Basic layer for render and leveling plaster which are suitable for using in marine environment service conditions and foundation for hard cladding. Carry out smoothies, rulers, floor and walls for a full diagonal.
2. Basic layer for special render and exterior plaster "PS" from Termokir for wall leveling.
The plaster system needs to be treated with water for three days after the application has been completed.
Minimum tensile strength of the foundation (setting) which is used for pasting the mosaic should be on average 0.3 MPa.
Plaster system sealing. Sealing is required by:
3. Applying "Elastosil" (flexible hydraulic plaster), after doing the leveling plaster.
Required quantity: about 2 kg per square meter.
Apply by brushing in two layers minimum, by using a trowel.
Tadelakt plaster provides a spectacular and luxurious change in bathrooms and showers. The Tadelakt is applied in wet surfaces and replaces ceramic tiles. It can be used for cladding of sinks, baths, pools, bath houses and kitchen surfaces.
The Tadelakt plaster has texture which is smooth as marble and polished like a mirror.
DASS floor is plaster for compressed floor surfaces; it does not wear and does not peel.
DASS floor is durable in water and in dry places. This floor is suitable for round areas, applied on a black mortar foundation, without connectors and mortar joints. The DASS floor is applied in all colors and has a marble-like appearance which improves over time.
All materials are well-known as being environmentally friendly and durable for many years.
If you still do not know what Moroccan plaster is, here is your chance to discover the wonderful material which fits so beautifully in the home and in the bathroom.
Moroccan plaster is also called Tadelakt. It was first discovered, naturally, in the city of Marrakesh in Morocco, where the plaster artisans used it for baths and hammam cladding for the city's wealthiest people.
Its beauty and grace has spread all over the world and in recent years has become much sought after with architects and designers, who incorporate the authenticity and charm of the plaster with modern construction and design.
In countries like the Netherlands, United States and Germany, the Moroccan plaster is applied in various prestigious projects.
Moroccan Plaster – a Unique Application Technique
The application technique of Moroccan plaster has been passed down from father to son for hundreds of years, until it has been taught also in the Western world and today the Moroccan plaster can be applied by professionals who learned the method.
When the plaster is applied professionally, it improves over the years and develops thin cracks which enhance the special charming appearance of this plaster. This is an additional reason that Moroccan plaster is used in projects for restoration of old buildings.
Moroccan Plaster – Who Needs Ceramics?
The unique application method of the Moroccan plaster makes it waterproof. Therefore, instead of coating the bathroom with ceramics, it can be coated by using healthy, high quality Moroccan plaster, which gives the bathroom enchanting and relaxing atmosphere, along with other great advantages.
Moroccan Plaster – Advantages:
• Healthy, 100% natural materials
• Breaths and regulates humidity
• Durable for a long time and ages in a special way
• Available in a wide variety of colors
• Integrates well with modern design
The Moroccan plaster has many advantages and is applied today also on house walls, stair rooms, floors, decks – almost on any surface.