|Parameter||German Plast||Ordinary Plaster|
|Quality of sand||High quality purified and graded sand as per IS specification 1542 – 1992||Low quality sand|
Chances of contamination with salt, sulphate, organic matters, slit, clay flake, and other particles.
|Grading||Ensure optimum consistency using different sieves.||Single sieve does not provide correct grading of sand.|
|Ratio of mixing||Right and consistent proportion of cement and sand mixture.||Different ratio of mixing affects the quality of mixture.|
|Wastage||No wastage due to compact packaging of 40 kg bags.||About 25% – 30% wastage during sieving and mixing.|
|Labor Expertise||Only water addition is required which does not need much expertise. (7 to 7.5 liters per 40kg)||Labor required for shifting, sieving and mixing cement and sand.|
|Coverage||Covers larger areas in less amount of plaster.
Covers 0.40 sq. ft per kg giving the ideal12.0 mm of thickness.
|Required more plaster.|
No assurance of coverage.
(0.28 sq. ft per kg)
Less putty required.
Increases the lifetime and durability of construction
|High chances of leakage, cracking, blister etc|
|Quantity of cement||Zero moisture ensures zero lumps||More cement required due to bulking|
|Space constrain||Easy to carry to even very narrow roads and can done Plastering in easy way at any circumstances||Required separate space for keeping Sand and Cement|
How it’s used?
Calclay India Pvt. Ltd.
Flat A-1 Vinayak Plaza, Second Floor,
Udaipur 313001, Rajasthan (INDIA)