KARLİS PLASTER OF PARIS: it is gypsum plaster forming a smooth surface with surface hardness, high strength and used in construction of decorative materials such as Plaster of Paris, central point, wall lamp and door jambs.

Preparation of Application Surface

• it is a decorative construction gypsum product for aesthetic purposes such as carton Pierre, cornices, curtain board, column elements, ceiling floor etc.

• The application surface must be cleaned of dust and substances preventing adherence prior to application.

• Special grain-size distribution yields hard and smooth cast surfaces.

• it is suitable for mould production in ceramic industry.

• it could easily be applied where construction plaster is applied.

Preparation of The Mortar

• The mortar must be prepared in a clean container with smooth surfaces. The container must be free of any remains of previous applications.

• 7 .O lt. water is added to 1O kg KARLİS Plaster of Paris.

• Put waterf firstly in a clean container then sprinkle KARLİS Plaster of Paris until it covers the water surface.

• Wait a few minutes for submerging of surface plaster and mix with a plastering trowel or mechanical mixer working at low speed until a homogeneous mixture is achieved.

• Do not add any water or plaster to the mortar after mixing. Otherwise lumps appear in the mix.

• The mortar can be used for approximately 30 minutes.

Method of Application

• The mould should be oiled to ensure easy removal of the product out of the mould (use only mould oil).

• Reinforcement could be increased by hemp or synthetic fiber during carton Pierre casting.

• The product must be kept at ambient temperature for complete drying in order to avoid any fracture or cracks during application.

• Do not add any water or plaster to the mortar after mixing.

Storage Conditions

• Bags must be stored in dry places and should not be stacked in more than 18 layers.

• Direct contact with ground and moisture should be avoided.

• Use KARLİS Plaster of Paris within 3 months after production date. Over-long storage may deteriorate the physical properties of it