Whytal Gypsum Plaster

When a wall is constructed with brick or a block, they are all finished with a coat of plaster which is called internal plastering. Traditionally “Internal Plastering” was done using a mixture of sand and cement plaster which is then finished with a POP punning. This is a two stage process and involves multiple compounds like sand, cement and water which is mixed onsite. This form of plastering is replaced by a direct single coat application of Gypsum plaster. Whytal Plaster produced as a result of calcinations of the raw gypsum in an automatic kettle under controlled temperature reduces the whole plastering process into single yet simple process which saves time and manpower.

Construction Safety


Construction Safety


Construction Safety


Construction Safety


What is Gypsum

For Years We Are Only Taught To Dress Our Internal Walls And Ceilings Only By The Traditional Way Of Plastering And Fixing As The External Works. What If One Can Replace These With The Best Benefits And More Innovation? Gypsum Was That Magical Product. It Is Basically A Soft Sulfate Mineral Composed Of Calcium Sulfate Dihydrate (CaSO4:2H20) And Widely Used As A Fertilized, In Sculptures, And As Plaster Material. In Recent Years, The Construction Sector Has Witnessed A Number Of New Innovations Across Applications, All Aimed At Making Construction Faster And Delivering Higher Performance.

Why Whytal Plastering?

However, These All Things Are The Advantages Of Gypsum Without Any Further Clarifications But, There Are Cheap Gypsum Providers Who Are Decreasing The Quality Of The Construction. And We Must Beware Of Them. But In Whytal Tech We Are Converting SatinsPar And Salinite Which Are Raw Gypsum Grades Containing High-Quality Natural Fiber To Plaster Grade. As Fibre Is The Base Material, It Is Less Likely To Have Crack.

Material Specification

Parameter Values Whytal Gypsum Plaster
Coverage 25 to 30 square feet 50 Kg bag(10-12mm thickness)
Compressive 55-60 Kg./Sq Cm
Flexural Strength 30 -35 Kg./Sq Cm
Bulk Density 0.85 – 0.9 GMS/CU-CMS
Moduluse of Ration (Kg. Per CM2) 40 Kg./ SQ CMS
Consistency (Water : Plater Ratio) (65 Ml – 70 Ml)100/GM

Our Laboratory Test Results As Per IS-2547-Part-1-1976:

Test Method Results
Sulphur Trioxide IS-1288 40-65%
Calcium Oxide (CaO) IS-1288 31.03%
Magnesium Oxide (MgO) IS-2547 0.21%
Sodium Oxide (Na2O) ICP 0.062%
Loss on Ignationat 300C IS-2547 5.50%
Free Lime IS-2547 Nil
Residue on 1.18mm IS Sieve IS-1607 Nil

Technical Superiority

Product/Parameters – 20 – 25 minutes

Setting time – 700 – 800 kg / m3

Dry bulk density – 1200 – 1300 kg / m3

Dry set density – 5 – 7 N/mm2

Compressive strength – 5 – 7 N/mm2

Water plaster ratio – 40 – 45 %

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