plaster coat

plaster coat

[′plas·tər ¦kōt]
(building construction)
A thin layer of plaster lining walls in buildings.
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plaster coat on a coil mesh with air pockets is non-uniform.
the specified plaster coat resistance on a coil mesh with air-pockets is surpasses plaster coat resistance on usual (a traditional grid) in 14 times;
The first drywall, called "rock lath," simplified the process by replacing the wood lath and first plaster coat It was manufactured in 1/2-in.
285 m2- Grind ribbed reinforced concrete slab and filling approximately 177 m2- Ribbed reinforced concrete slab coat approx 345 m2- Reinforced concrete - grind interior walls and filling approximately 1,066 m2- Reinforced concrete - interior walls approximately 1,774 m2 coat- Reinforced concrete - Grinding parapets and columns and filling about 220 m2- Monolith - balustrades and columns coat approx 220 m2- GK-old walls, GK-Partitions and Wall Lining recoat approximately 1,289 m2- GK planking timber supports coat approximately 58 linear meters - Plaster coat approx 740 m2- Reinforced concrete stairs Low angle view coat approx 30 m2- Concrete floor coating approximately 700 m2- Steel frames of 0.
Plaster and stucco 2 (interior plaster): - Inventory plaster coats of paint remove approximately 300 m2;