ABS Saten Finish Plaster
Saten Finishing Plaster excels in thin-layer applications for interior surfaces. Its notable attributes include impressive strength and adhesion, ensuring a reliable bond. Moreover, it consistently delivers a flawlessly smooth finish, enhancing the aesthetic appeal of interior spaces. This makes it a preferred choice for achieving both structural integrity.
- Creates a smooth surface: denotes refining surfaces to remove imperfections, ensuring a polished look. This process is pivotal in many fields, ensuring materials have a consistent, flawless finish, enhancing aesthetics and functionality.
- Class A1 Fireproof: indicates the highest level of fire resistance. Materials with this classification are non-combustible, ensuring maximum safety against fire hazards in construction and design applications.
- Ensures high strength and adhesion: signifies that the product offers superior bonding capabilities, firmly attaching to surfaces. This ensures durability and longevity, making it ideal for applications demanding robust and lasting connections.
Conventional plaster provides smooth, high-quality wall surfaces ideal for both residential and commercial applications.
Exterior render enhances a building’s aesthetics and protects it from the elements, combining beauty and functionality in architectural design.
Cement plaster is a versatile construction material widely used for wall finishing. It provides durability and a smooth surface.
Lime render is a traditional plaster applied to the external surfaces of stone or brick buildings, offering breathability and a decorative finish.
Frequently Asked Question
Saten Finishing Plaster is designed to create a smooth surface, has a breathing feature, offers extended working time, ensures high strength and adhesion, and is classified as Class A1 fireproof.
It can be applied on gypsum plaster, plasterboard, smooth exposed concrete, and other interior surfaces.
Yes, Saten Finishing Plaster is Class A1 fireproof, ensuring maximum safety against fire hazards.
Yes, it provides an extended working time, allowing for a more flexible application process.