Weber Wall Plaster Solution
Protect your walls and your reputation from cracks
The quality of your plaster is of elemental importance in ensuring that you have walls that are strong, smooth and durable for years. weberwall premium plaster is a polymerized, premixed plaster that is a precise amalgamation of portland cement, supplementary cementitious material and selected graded sand & polymer additives. It requires less curing, offers excellent adhesion to various substrates with higher crack resistance and less rebound losses. It's the perfect choice when you want a reliable plaster that provides compact surfaces, with a smooth and uniform finish.
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Wall construction Solution
weberwall premium plaster is premixed plaster designed to provide smooth and compact surfaces both internal and external
It is suitable for all below-given substrates –
- AAC / Concrete block wall.
- Fly ash block wall.
- Clay brick walls.
- Stone walls.
- Red clay bricks.
- Concrete surfaces
It is suitable for all below-given applications –
- Internal plastering of walls
- Plastering of ceilings
- External plastering of walls.
- All block/brick masonry works.
- Plastering on concrete surfaces.
For Internal usage – 8-12 mm single coat is recommended for internal plaster covering.
For External usage – Two coats are recommended to cover the external side of walls i.e. base coat of 8-12 mm and ﬁnish coat of 8-12 mm to get a full thickness of around 18-20 mm, further depending upon site conditions.
Plaster is generally done in the convention on-site mix method or using ready mix plaster. For a good plaster with proven technical performance, one must go with ready mix plaster like Weberwall premium plaster.
It is very easy to calculate the consumption of the same. Click on the below-given link, and you can directly know how much plaster is needed for the wall.
Weberwall crackbond is a single component, easy to use crack filling mortar, which is specially designed for filling cracks on AAC block walls and plasters. The high bond strength of the mortar reduces further development of cracks. Ideal for filling cracks up to 2 mm. Cracks filled with Weberwall crackbond enhances the subsequent plaster and paint quality and life.
How to apply – This product can be applied in three easy steps
- Preparing the substrate
• Clean the substrate of oil stains and bond inhibiting compounds, dirt, dust and laitance, if any, using high-pressure water jet or any other suitable method. • Saturate the surface well and bring the surface to SSD condition. • Make a V-groove on the crack, increasing its width on the surface to 5 mm using a handheld grout saw, cutter or putty patra. • Make to cut the groove at least 5 mm deep. • Clean with water to remove any debris or lose particles, and allow to return to SSD condition.
- Preparing the mix
• Gradually add 2.5 parts of Weberwall crackbond to 1 part of clean water (by volume) and mix it to a lump-free, smooth workable paste using a suitable stirrer / low-speed drill mix / or any other appropriate tool. • After mixing, allow the material to stand for two minutes, for it to mature
- Applying the mix
• Apply the mix, using a putty patra or a rubber float. • Firmly press the material into the groove. • Allow curing for a period of 24 hours before subsequent work.
Weberwall joinsbond is a single component bonding agent, which is specially designed for providing high bonding strength between difficult to bond building elements. This eliminates the need for hacking surfaces to achieve bonding. Use it for achieving a strong bond between AAC blocks and high grade RCC, or between plaster and bare AAC block walls.
How to apply – Application can be done in three easy steps
- Preparing the substrate
• Clean the substrate of oil stains and bond inhibiting compounds, dirt, dust and laitance, if any, using high pressure water jet or any other suitable method. • Ensure that the substrate is flat, stable, well adhered and has a normal absorption. • Concrete screeds, renders and block work should be cured sufficiently • Saturate the surface well and bring the surface to SSD condition, before application of Weberwall joinsbond
- Preparing the mix
• Gradually add 3 parts of Weberwall joinsbond to 2 part of clean water (by volume) • Mix it to a lump-free, smooth, brushable slurry using a suitable stirrer / low-speed drill mix / or any other appropriate tool. • After mixing, allow the material to stand for a minute, for it to mature.
- Applying the mix
• Apply the mix, using a suitable brush, to cover the area which is to be bonded. • Apply a second coat after 1 hour of application of first coat. • Allow curing for a period of 24 hours before subsequent work.
Plaster application on the wall is a four-step process which is given below. This process is based upon the application of Weberwall premium plaster which is ready mix plaster with high bonding strength and graded sand which ultimately provides a smooth and compact plastered surface.
- Surface preparation
Before application, one must make sure that substrate is free of dust, loose particles, oil, grease, paint, loose plaster and other such contamination which may affect the bonding. Cleaning can be carried out by suitable methods like a wire brush, water jetting, mopping etc. If the surface is dry, it should be moistened with potable water.
It is recommended to use one coat of weberwall joinsbond on the concrete surfaces before application of plaster Prior to applying plaster, thin coat cement slurry can also be applied to provide mechanical anchoring.
In a clean tray or bucket, pour one bag of 40 kg RMP in approx. 6.8 to 7.6 litres of a clean potable water (depending on weather condition) and not vice versa. Mixing can be done by using a mechanical mixer or hand used tool to achieve a smooth, lump-free and homogeneous mix. Allow the mix to mature for 5 minutes before application and remix before use.
Apply the mixed plaster uniformly on the substrate using a steel trowel. The plaster can then be levelled to the desired ﬁnish using masonry tools like a spirit level and masonry mob. Different ﬁnish can be achieved using a steel trowel, wooden ﬂoat or sponge as per ﬁnish required. If 2nd coat is required, ensure grooving/combing on ﬁrst coat to provide good grip for 2nd coat. Also curing of ﬁrst coat is recommended for 2-3 days before application of second coat. To avoid undulations on plastered surface, apply mortar patch before the wall is plastered on the perimeter of the wall for levelling.
Please ensure that plaster is kept moist for a period of 3 days. This can be achieved by a light sprinkling of water 2 to 3 times a day