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Earth rough cast and topping coat at rammed-earth monolithic masonry
Novotný, Martin ; Všianský, Dalibor
The submitted historic preservation´s procedure offers an instruction for the production and application of earth rough cast and topping coat for rammed-earth monolithic masonry. After getting necessary skills, the submitted description of the building procedure is very effective within the hand-made production. Both connected layers of plaster are identical as to their material; the only difference consists in the ratio of admixtures added to the basic raw material. While making replicas of the buildings construction using the rammed-earth technique, the below-described procedure seems to be effective. The rough cast (commonly called as špric) is a connecting bridge between the masonry and the plaster. The rough earth plaster is to plane possible masonry unevenness that developed during the construction, and to make a ground for the fine final plaster.
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