Cement Sand Plaster, Civil Engineering

How to use plaster cement in sand? 

Cement sand plaster is a layer of cement & sand mortar that is applied over walls made of brickwork, cement block work, RCC walls and RCC columns or beams.  

The plaster can be classified into 2 basic categories

1. Interior plaster as specified by interior designers is mainly smooth finish & 12mm thick (or can have rough keyed surface to receive other material like tile or stone cladding)

2. Exterior plaster that is applied on building facades, compound walls and others. is usually 24 mm thick & is applied in 2 coats of 12 mm each. The top coat is normally rough finish with a sand grain texture.

 

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