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17 December 2017
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17 December 2017

Gypsum plaster (Bethsip) Currently, due to the increased use of concrete walls and ceilings in construction and high absorption of moisture, the concrete surfaces of the gypsum plaster (Bethspis) are hard and sometimes non-adhesive, which becomes clearer over time.
The gypsum mortar adds on the surfaces based on the gypsum plaster (batch) and a series of additives to the problem.
This mortar is part of the gypsum component. Also, this mortar reflects the improvement in sound absorption and mild properties. This mortar should be used on flat surfaces of the wall and ceiling of more than 3.4 centimeters in thickness.
If necessary, a higher thickness should be laid before the end of the surface with appropriate meshes. By creating the necessary materials, you can use a gypsum plaster (Bethspill) or a dill to 44 cm.
For thicknesses greater than 2.4 cm thick, it is recommended to use a layer of the final two layers and the bond. The underlayer is made of gypsum mortar and laminate foam mortar.
The desired level should be perfectly clean.

Gypsum plaster properties (Bethsipes)

Not absorbing the moisture of the plaster by concrete, high strength and adhesion, increasing heat and sound insulation, increasing the thickness of the work on the roof and walls and …

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