15 Oct 2018
October 15, 2018

Types of plastering

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Plastering is a process by which coarse surfaces of wall or ceiling roofs are changed or turned or rendered to provide smoothness. In the beginning, wet materials are spread over the block or brickworks and then suitable equipment is used to make the surface smooth level. The prime purpose of plastering is to obtain a.. read more →

15 Oct 2018
October 15, 2018

The Function of Wall Putty

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Putty is a thin layer of leveling mortar that can be divided into single-component putty (paste and dry powder) and two-component putty (consisting of powder and liquid) according to its finished form. Dry mortar putty uses organic polymer or inorganic chemicals as bonding agent, and additives such as cellulose ether, thixotropic agent, hydrophobic agent, and.. read more →

15 Oct 2018
October 15, 2018

Development Trend of Dry Mortar – 2

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The development of dry mortar has changed many times since its inception. In the 1960s and early 1970s, the dry powder mortar factory in Europe adopted a horizontal process, which arranged the raw material warehouse one by one on the ground. The raw materials were first stored in the silos through the lifting equipment, and.. read more →

01 Oct 2018
October 1, 2018

Development Trend of Dry Mortar – 1

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Basic Situation of European Dry Mortar   In the 1950s and 1960s in Europe, especially in Germany, the demand for the new building materials and technologies in the construction industry grew rapidly, but due to labor shortage at that time(especially the lack of experienced skilled workers), labor costs were very expensive. The construction period has.. read more →

1. Introduction Factory-made mortars have been mostly implemented as masonry renderings, fixing tiles, self-levelling floors and so on. When mortar is applied on substrate, water may be absorbed by the substrate. This phenomenon can induce insufficient hydration of cement, and thus decrease mechanical properties of the mortar. Water retention capacity of a mortar is thus.. read more →