Air spray plaster

Air spray plaster was used on this project as it has considerable environmental benefits compared to conventional plastering.

The plaster does not need any direct water supply on site as it comes pre-mixed to the consistency required to spray.

Any unused plaster or plaster skimmed off the wall can simply be put back in the sprayer hopper and reused which means less than 1% of the plaster is wasted.

The plaster is also quick drying taking between 24 to 48 hours to dry compared to up to two weeks for conventional plaster.

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Monitor report. MTX Contracts Ltd. Leicestershire. February 2020.


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