gypsum cement

gypsum cement

[′jip·səm si¦ment]
(materials)

Keene’s cement flooring cement, gypsum cement, hard-burnt plaster, tiling plaster

keel molding: a
A hard, white, high-strength, quick-setting finishing plaster; takes a high polish; made by burning gypsum at a high temperature, grinding to a fine powder, and then adding alum (to accelerate the set).
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Spector's design for the downtown loft featured an Erwin Hauer modular screen wall of cast gypsum cement panels, faux concrete Viroc feature wall, ceilings with recessed lighting, and an ecosmart fireplace.
The introduction of mineral additives in gypsum cement composition allows influencing the stages of hardening and helping to change the final properties of the material.
This seemingly soft "pillow," designed by Brooklyn-based design studio Snarkitecture and cast by hand in white gypsum cement, offers a resting place for an iPhone 5.
Kheora is famous for supplying salt, soda ash and gypsum cement in the whole country.
The investigation of E-PG reprocessing possibilities into construction materials was conducted as follows: specimens were formed using activated [E-PG.sub.K] without additives, activated [E-PG.sub.K] with opoka additive as well as selected identical [E-PG.sub.K] and [E-PG.sub.M] formation masses gypsum cement, whose composition was 80% E-PG + 10% Portland cement + 10% opoka.
Jan and Bob still act as lead designers, creating new dolls each and every year from materials that include gypsum cement, wire, and miniature clothing.
Facsimilies' accessories are handmade, cast of resin and several varieties of gypsum cement and finished in several colors, including pewter, bronze, ivory, antique gold, rose limestone, slate and others.
Indeed, her use of Hydrocal, a white gypsum cement, evidences an emphasis on making that displaces, or at least forestalls, incursions of exogenous meaning--or meaning apart from finding, manipulating, and making.
CSH powders mixed with 10 % calcium phosphate hydrogel superceded pure gypsum cements in terms of both compressive strength and in vitro bioactivity.