Monthly Archives: February 2016

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Plastering Gypsum


In recent years, the construction sector has witnessed a number of new trends, technology advancements and innovations across applications, all aimed at making construction faster and delivering higher performance.  gppp
However, very few would have imagined that the substitute for the generations old method of sand cement surface plastering will be an even older method of plastering i.e.  gypsum plastering. Gypsum has proved to be a miraculous material aiding interior construction. Gypsum surface plaster is one form that has caught the attention on the sector and is growing in popularity.Builders and contractors prefer gypsum plaster due to its superior finish and time saving attributes,  

What is Gypsum Plaster?

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Befor Gypsum Plastering After Gypsum Plastering

When a wall is constructed with brick or block, they are finished with a coat of plaster which is called internal plastering. Internal plastering has traditionally been done through a process of sand-cement plastering finished with POP pruning.This is a two stage process and involves multiple elements like sand, cement and water which is mixed onsite. This form of plastering is being slowly replaced by a direct single coat application of gypsum plaster.
So gypsum plaster is actually a replacement of two processes i.e. sand cement plastering & POP punning. Gypsum plaster is produced as a result of calcinations of the raw gypsum in an automatic kettle under controlled temperature.
gpp1Gypsum Stucco plastering from Vinayakgypsum
dpp2Gypsum Plastering From  Shhuiguang
 gpp3Imported Gypsum Plaster From Gypsumplaster

Advantages of Gypsum Plasters
Sand Cement Vs Gypsum Plaster ~ Ingredients
Sand Cement Plaster Gypsum Plaster
• Cement Gyproc One Coat Elite – 25 Kg Bag
• Sand Water
• Water
• POP/PuttySand Cement Vs Gypsum ~ Material Preparation
Sand Cement Plaster Gypsum Plaster

• Screen Sand Quality checked, 25 kg bags ready to use
• Wash Sand Mixing in cans – ensures zero wastage
• Site mixing
• No quality control
Sand Cement Vs Gypsum ~ Application
Sand Cement Plaster Gypsum Plaster

• Sand Cement Plaster is applied within Level Patches (Level Dabs) which does not ensure line & level surfaces.
• Gypsum Plaster is applied within level strips which ensure line & level surfaces.
Sand Cement Vs Gypsum ~ Post Application
Sand Cement Plaster Gypsum Plaster
• Water curing for 7 days minimum No Water Curing
• Coat of leveling material required before painting (POP) Dries in 3 days
• Attains full strength after 28 days Start painting directly
Sand Cement Vs Gypsum Plaster ~ Smooth Crack Free Surface
Sand Cement Plaster Gypsum Plaster

• Shrinkage Cracks No shrinkage cracks
• Increases thickness up to 50mm Thickness of wall lining limited to 15-20 mm
• Cannot achieve Line, Level & Right angle corners Perfect line and level achievable
Sand Cement Vs Gypsum Plaster ~ Finishing
Sand Cement Plaster

• Need to use POP to finish
• With POP – cracking of surfaces occurs
• POP – Increases the thickness of wall (20-30mm) & reduces the carpet area substantially
• POP – Wastage is as high as 30-40%
Gypsum Plaster
• Direct application on brick, block or RCC, no separate finishing product required

• Perfect Line and level with sharp corners and edges
• Smooth finish
• Ready to paint
Benefits to builders / developers:
1. Green material
2. Shrinkage crack free surfaces – smooth finish
3. High productivity – faster work (Reducing plastering time by 70% when compared to conventional Sand cement plaster + POP method) so time saving
4. Performance – Durability, light weight (Reduces dead load on structure)
5. Cleaner sites – direct application bagged product – requires no water curing
Benefits to the end customer:
1. No shrinkage cracks on walls and ceilings
2. Reduction in the time required for plastering and this helps in timely possession of homes
3. Perfectly lined, leveled, smooth walls
4. Saving on electricity used for air conditioning as gypsum has very low thermal conductivity
In the last few years, gypsum plaster has become the solution of choice for all leading builders especially in Mumbai and Pune and is now starting to catch on with developers in other cities like Bengaluru, Hyderabad, Chennai and Delhi.
Many builders such as Lodha, Hiranandani, K Raheja, Magarpatta, Oberoi, Rohan, HCC, Rustomjee to name a few have adopted this method of plastering for a majority of their projects for its sheer convenience over traditional plastering and aesthetic appeal.

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BathTub


There are many different types of bathtubs. Some are designed for comfort, some for convenience and some for aesthetics. Some of the more popular types include:Clawfoot and pedestal baths,Recessed or alcove baths,Drop-in baths,Free standing baths,Corner baths,Whirlpool baths or Jacuzzis,Walk-in or gated baths BBT

Clawfoot and pedestal baths

Clawfoot baths, as the name suggests, are baths that sit on four clawed feet. This style of bath came into popularity as a high society item during the late 19th century. As the bath was made of cast iron with a porcelain lining and was extremely heavy, they needed to reinforce the floor underneath to prevent them from crashing straight through. Newer materials allow them to be produced more cheaply and easily, and the originals are now collectors’ items.There are several variations of clawfoot baths, including slipper tubs, which feature a high, sloped end to allow for greater comfort, and double ended tubs which are sloped at both ends (one end is traditionally ‘flat’ in conventional tubs). Another variation on the clawfoot tub is the pedestal tub, which sits on a pedestal rather than on clawed feet. Evidence of this style dates back to the Isle of Crete in 1000 BC.
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Recessed or alcove baths

Recessed or alcove baths are the kind of tub the majority of us are most familiar with. Usually installed against a wall on two or three sides, this type of bath is the most common variety and is found in the vast majority of Australian households. Its design hasn’t changed a great deal over the years, though the materials it is constructed of have changed from enamel coated steel or cast iron to acrylic or fibreglass. These baths are often found with showers over them.
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Drop-in baths

A drop-in bath is one that’s designed to either drop into a cavity in the floor or a raised platform for a (more or less) flush finish. These types of baths can be quite aesthetically appealing but depending on how they’re designed, they can also be tricky to get out of. Another type of drop-in bath is the ‘overflow tub’, which is similar to an infinity pool in that it is designed to be completely filled to the brim. This type of tub is designed to overflow into a guttering system, which then circulates water back into the tub to create a striking visual effect.
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Freestanding baths

Freestanding baths, in the simplest sense, are those that don’t connect to any walls for support. This is where some of the most innovative ideas in bathtub design have been allowed to grow in recent years, resulting in the use of a variety of unconventional shapes, materials and themes. Clawfoot baths and pedestal baths are technically ‘freestanding baths’, but the category itself also includes many other varieties.
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Corner baths

Corner baths are triangular in shape and are designed to fit into a corner like a wedge. These sorts of tubs may be a good solution when space is limited and a regularly shaped tub isn’t practical. Corner tubs are often enhanced with air jets, turning them into whirlpool baths.
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Whirlpool baths / jacuzzis

Whirlpool baths and Jacuzzis are a relatively recent development, making their first official appearance in 1968. Though it’s now an accepted generic term for whirlpool baths, ‘Jacuzzi’ is actually a brand name, and the surname of the man who invented it (Candido Jacuzzi, pronounced “Yah-KOOT-see”). In a whirlpool bath, openings located in the bath walls stream air bubbles and/or water jets, creating a pleasant sensation for the bather. They can be enjoyed with hot or cold water, and it’s claimed that they offer health benefits like improved circulation. Other variations on the same theme include include hot tubs and spas.
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Walk-in / gated baths

Walk-in and gated baths feature high walls and a seat in the tub, with a door that opens up from one side to allow the bather to walk directly in without having to step over the wall of the tub. These tubs are typically used to help the disabled and elderly to bathe freely with minimal assistance. The bath itself has high walls and a seat inside. The design typically allows the bather to enter, sit upright without having to lower themselves in, close the door and fill the tub to the desired height.
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Decoration Products & Architectural Elements

Architectural Elements means any kind of art work that generally serve no purpose other than to provide visual appeal. Cornice,Corbel,Arches,Pillar cap.Beadings and border works, etc.
It may be a carving work,molding work,relief work on a furniture or any parts of building.Some times it may be simply fixing or placing or hanging a ready made product on a wall, table,or ceiling..It can be make with any material.Wood carving,plywood decorative cutting works,Cement moulding sculptures,marble carving works,Garden sculptures,Acrylic sheet design works,Clay sculptures

Munaram & masjid decoration

The principal Islamic architectural styles are the mosque, the tomb, palace and fort. As far as the architectural decoration was concerned in Islamic architecture, plaster, patterned brickwork and tile were used as “decorative media.”Splendid molded mihrab facings composed of “columnar bands of Quranic inscriptions” were used for tiles. Tiles in various shapes were fitted together into wall panels. ”Timurid architecture featured mihrab coverings of brilliant tile mosaic

Cornice

A cornice is an ornamental molding around the wall of a room just below the ceiling.Generally any horizontal decorative molding that crowns a building or furniture element— the cornice over a door or window, for instance, or the cornice around the top edge of a pedestal or along the top of an interior wall. A simple cornice may be formed just with a crown molding.The function of the projecting cornice of a building is to throw rainwater free of the building’s walls. In residential building practice, this function is handled by projecting gable ends, roof eaves, and gutters. 
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Thoovana Board

Thoovana Board: Thoovana board is a decorative plank provided in the edge of roof projection bottom edge.It may be make with wood,Rcc,or pvc.It is in different design. 
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Wooden decoration products

Wood is one of the most attractive and healthiest product used in building construction. It is used for structural and aesthetic purpose in the building construction. Doors,Windows,Furniture,Handrail.Corbel,Cornice,Wall decoration products, Panelling, flooring, Name board, Staircase etc are some example 
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Wall bracket

A bracket is an architectural element: a structural or decorative member. They can be made of wood, stone, or metal — that projects from a wall, usually to carry weight and sometimes to “…strengthen an angle”. 
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Corbel and Console

A corbel and console are types of brackets.Brackets can support many architectural items, including a wall, balcony, parapets, eaves, the spring of an arch, beams, pergola roof, window box, or a shelf.In adjustable shelving systems, the bracket may be in two parts, with the load-bearing horizontal support fitting into a wall-mounted slotted vertical metal strip In architecture a corbel or console is a structural piece of stone, wood or metal or any other material  jutting from a wall to carry a super incumbent weight, a type of bracket. A corbel is a solid piece of material in the wall, whereas a console is a piece applied to the structure. A piece of timber projecting in the same way was called a “tassel” or a “bragger” in the UK.more from  buycrownmolding
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Sculpture Wooden

Wood carving is a form of working wood by means of a cutting tool (knife) in one hand or a chisel by two hands or with one hand on a chisel and one hand on a mallet, resulting in a wooden figure or figurine, or in the sculptural ornamentation of a wooden object. The phrase may also refer to the finished product, from individual sculptures,to hand-worked mouldings composing part of a tracery.
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Sculpture – Concrete

Sculptures and molding work with concrete are used to decorate garden ,courtyard and other decorating areas.They can be make any size as per the site condition. 
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Sculpture – Stone

Stone sculpture is the result of forming 3-dimensional visually interesting objects from stone. It is an ancient activity where pieces of rough natural stone are shaped by the controlled removal of stone.
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Furniture General



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Table Different type

 
 
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Chair Different type

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Hand Rails -Different types


A handrail is a rail that is designed to be grasped by the hand so as to provide stability or support.Hand rails are provided for stair case,verandah,balcony.Cast iron Hand rails,Cement 
hand rails,Bamboo hand rails,GI pipe hand rails,etc are most commonly used.

Glass Handrails

Glass pillar balusters are most attractive decorative product.Crystal staircase stands for the latest modern staircase designs.Glass stair banisters enhance natural light, support and ease circulation, and serve as beautiful decorative elements. Stair banisters are more than just a collection of stringers, treads, risers and glass stair banisters. Each element conveys a different mood. Much like a piece of music, arranging these elements to create a beautiful whole requires expertise.  
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Stainless steel hand rails

Stainless steel handrails are most commonly used in modern architecture.200 series are used in interior purpose and 300 series are used for exterior purpose.Stainless steel Hand rails mixed with wood,glass and other attractive materials are common in use.Cost=Rs 3000/m -7000/m models are available in india kerala on jan 2014 Stainless steel hand rails.

Aluminum hand rails

Aluminium Hand Rail is cost-effective solution with more architectural appeal. Sleek, durable, and maintenance-free at a fraction of the cost of galvanized steel handrail. It is Durable and no Paint and No Maintenance require.Versatile for any application.Easy installation with no onsite welding necessary!Custom Configurations,Manufactured to meet any specifications,Modular handrail system  add to it, move it, or reuse it elsewhere!
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Wooden hand rails

Wood stair railings are just one of the ways that you can change the look and feel of your home. One of the great benefits to wood stairs is their versatility. You can add many different design elements to compliment any wood stair. Custom Stair railings are one of the best ways to make an visual impact in your home. Your stairs are the focal point of the center of your home. The design conscious homeowner knows that the structure of the home make just as much of an impact as the furniture, if not more.
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wrought iron Hand rails

wrought iron Hand rails The wrought iron stair railing can be found in many historic buildings and properties gives an appearance of strength and skill. The cast iron is also used in contemporary buildings due to their beauty timeless and longevity. Building wrought iron railings must meet specific building codes to ensure its strength and security. Issues such as weight, height and spacing between the bars must pass strict inspection in the hands of trained inspector’s construction. The wrought iron stair railing is used on stairs, balconies, decks, fences and other private places

GI pipe hand rails

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Bamboo hand rails

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Cement hand rails

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