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Tuesday, February 9, 2021

FALSE CEILINGS - PLASTER OF PARIS (POP) CEILING FOR YOUR HOME

False ceilings are one of the easy great ways to add an interesting flavour to your home interior! It is an artificial ceiling and therefore called a false ceiling or a secondary ceiling that is hanging from the main ceiling. These False ceilings are made of POP (Plaster of by many materials. In this article, we will discuss POP which is majorly used material!

PLASTER OF PARIS (POP) CEILING


Plaster of Paris is a building material based on gypsum. They are used to create false ceilings, plaster walls (wall punning), and decorative patterns as well as architectural elements such as cornices as it can be moulded easily for any shape.

In  this article, you can get some pros and cons of POP False ceiling so it gives you an exact idea whether it can be used for your dream house Or not

POP comes in powdery form and when water is added it forms a glue-like paste which hardens rapidly. This paste is applied to the fibreboard, wooden boards, or metal framing system to make the ceiling.

POP or Plaster of Paris its commonly used type of suspended ceiling material. Plaster of Paris is created by heating the gypsum by calculation or heat treatment.

POP false ceilings are very attractive and can be moulded to any shape and design. These types of false ceiling not only hide the ugly structural members like a beam, ventilation, ducts, and conduits but also gives a smooth and uniform finish to the ceiling.

It's very attractive and it can design for any shape. These types of false roofs not only cover ugly structural elements such as ducts, beams, columns and openings but also give a smooth, even finish to the wall and ceiling.

 

PROS/ADVANTAGES OF POP CEILING

 

·       It's lighter and more durable.

·       thermal conductivity is low.

·       It has good fire resistance and therefore a good thermal insulation material!

·       This creates a thicker surface to withstand normal patting after drying!

·       POP does not shrink during installation (while setting). Therefore, it does not create cracks when heating or adjusting.

·       It good a mixture of water so its easily spread and level.

·       Plaster of Paris (POP) provides a solid surface on which colours can be deposited.

·       It mixes easily with water and is easy to spread and even out.

·       fibrous materials have good adhesion with it.

·       POP has no significant chemical reaction on the paint and does not cause alkaline attack!

·       Plaster of Paris gives a decorative finish to your interior. Its gypsum content gives it a lot of shine and softness

·       You can easily create POP roof indirect light buttons for the interior of your home!

·       It can be easily moulded in any decorative pattern, in any shape like ceiling cornices etc

 

COS/DISADVANTAGES OF POP CEILING


·       Its cannot be used in moisture environments.

·       This particular application requires skilled labour (for decorative designs, ceiling cornices, etc.), so the labour cost for this application is high and the availability of skilled labour is a major concern.

·       the major drawbacks of a false ceiling in your interior is that it reduces the height of a room by several inches or feet when suspended below an existing ceiling!

·       It can vary in balance and quality depending on human judgment because it's handmade composition

·       The process of mixing POP content on a site is messy and cleaning it requires a lot of time

·       Material wastage is high

·       This ceiling requires frequent maintenance and does not have a long service life!

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