Cement plaster

cement plaster

[si′ment ‚plas·tər]
(materials)
A gypsum plaster used in mortar mixtures for plastering interior surfaces.
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Cement plaster

A plaster with Portland cement as the binder; sand and lime are added on the job before installation.
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cement plaster

1.Plaster with portland cement as the binder; sand and lime are added on job. Used for exterior work or in wet or high-humidity areas.
2. In some regions, gypsum plaster.
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Portland cement plaster (Stucco) is a very common finish for buildings, often employed because of its durability and non-prohibitive cost of manufacture.
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Starting with the basics about stucco (also known as Portland cement plaster) and a residential stucco application checklist, a consulting civil engineer/instructor offers definitions, how-to tips, and cautions on topics in outline form from masonry construction to refinishing.
He clad the house in an off-white cement plaster, added a larger window above the front door, trimmed all the windows, and added wooden shutters at each large window.