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The Biggest Plastering Discussion Forum Online - Machine Plastering Discussion Forum - Dry Lining C

17th June 2011
The brown coat is the 2nd coat and is applied just instantly to the scratch coat. The sand lends the tough texture to the coat.The final coat is the classic lime complete coat, which is a fine blend concocted by the plasterer. The lime putty is prepared. ... Read >
Author: Jacques Melendez

Best Way to Soundproof:Resilient Channel or Soundproofing Drywall

23rd February 2011
What is Resilient Channel? Resilient channels are metal strips used to add airspace between drywall and the studs of a wall structure in order to reduce sound transmission. The channels are installed on the studs at right angles, and the drywall attach... Read >
Author: george

Indian Dental Grade Plaster of Paris

13th January 2011
Neelkanth Sodaclays Private Ltd. company is best company for Indian Dental Grade Plaster of Paris in India.Neelkanth's pioneership also governs the Supply of High Grade Plaster of Paris, which is manufactured by Selenite of Rajasthan. Since the raw materi... Read >
Author: neelkanth

How Does a Rock Crusher Work?

04th November 2009
A rock crusher, as the name implies, is a device that crushes large rocks into smaller, more manageable pieces. Utilized primarily in the construction and road-building industries, crushers can process natural rock and reclaimed materials like concrete to... Read >
Author: Robert Bell

A solid, inexpensive and simple to use casting product for life casting.

18th August 2009
In this article I will be discussing the merits of an affordable alternative to Forton MG as a robust casting material for life casting and other usage. Introduction If you are casting in gypsum either professionally or as a hobbyist you have probably... Read >
Author: Olivier Duhamel

Geological classification of Serpentine & Alabaster

07th April 2009
Marble = CaCO3 It is a kind of limestone that was transformed by heat and pressure (of overlaying rocks) Serpentine = Mg3[(OH)4/Si2O3] It belongs to the group of silicates Soapstone = Mg3[(OH)2/Si4O10] It belongs - as serpentine - to the silicate... Read >
Author: yxpweed

Building Green

04th March 2009
Ecologically friendly building materials are becoming more and more popular. Where a few short years ago, you would have had a hard time finding "green" building materials, today they are plentiful and widely varied. Whether considering a remodel, or a ne... Read >
Author: Robert Bell

Prevent Fire from Spreading

19th February 2007
Fire is a very interesting element with huge reservoirs of energy. But this energy can be both constructive as well as destructive. When 'Fire' is revealing its destructive side, it can cause huge amounts of damage to life and property. A short circuit or... Read >
Author: Chris Rimell
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