Plaster is a completely natural material that has always been part of the history of architecture and decoration. Over time Gypsum has developed different types of plaster to meet the needs of different types of applications: from the very white and very fine powder mixes, to the water-repellent ones, up to those designed to withstand strong structural stresses, impacts and thermal shocks. This technical development makes it possible to create large elements with very limited thicknesses that can be used in traditional constructions, naval constructions and even thermal buildings.

TYPOLOGIES

1

Tradition Plaster

Non-structural decorative elements for interiors
2

Extra-hard Plaster

Non-structural decorative elements for interiors with high mechanical resistance
3

Hydro Plaster

Non-structural decorative elements intended for environments with high humidity
4

Resin-plaster

Non-structural decorative elements for interiors with high hardness and resistance to bending

OTHER Materials

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