Gypsum Plasterboard Plants

Gypsum plasterboard is produced in a continuous production process by pouring gypsum of slurry, which is made up from gypsum, water, chemicals and additives, between two layers durable papers.

Plasterboard is one of the most preferred products in construction and decoration thanks to its ability of easy and quick installation, which can be produced in size from 9.5 mm to 20 mm thickness, from 600 mm to 1200 mm width and from 1800 mm to 5000 mm length according to market demand.

Gypsum Plants

Gypsum is a soft and natural mineral of calcium sulfate (CaSO4), which is composed of two molecule of water (H2O). Chemical formula of which is CaSO4•2H2O.

Gypsum is cooked at a temperature of between 630-650°C and adjusted to remain within half a molecule of water. Calcined gypsum, passes through the grinding and separation units according to product type.

Calcined gypsum powder is mixed with chemical additives and materials such as calcite and perlite in dry mixing unit and packed in bags of 25-35 kilograms to obtain gypsum plasters, which are environment friendly, non-hazardous on human health, moisture stabilizer, fire-resistant, sound insulation, light-weight and easy to apply building materials.

Dry Mortar Plants

Dry Mortar is a mixture of main materials like cement, gypsum, silica sand and chemicals additives, that is produced by precise-dosaging, homogenious mixing and packing of mixtures in the bags.

In our modern world, cutting the cost of construction, finishing construction works in a short time and increasing the quality are the main goals of every building contractor. Due to this reason, dry mixed products become widely demanded construction material.