putty-and-plaster

putty-and-plaster
1. известково-гипсовый штукатурный раствор
2. известково-цементный штукатурный раствор

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  • Plaster — The term plaster can refer to plaster of Paris, lime plaster, or cement plaster. This article deals mainly with plaster of Paris.Plaster of Paris is a type of building material based on calcium sulfate hemihydrate, nominally CaSO4·0.5H2O. It is… …   Wikipedia

  • putty — putty1 /put ee/, n., pl. putties, v., puttied, puttying. n. 1. a compound of whiting and linseed oil, of a doughlike consistency when fresh, used to secure windowpanes, patch woodwork defects, etc. 2. any of various other compounds used for… …   Universalium

  • putty — I put•ty [[t]ˈpʌt i[/t]] n. pl. ties, 1) bui a compound, usu. of whiting and linseed oil, used to secure windowpanes, patch woodwork defects, etc 2) bui any of various substances for sealing the joints of tubes or pipes 3) bui a mixture of lime… …   From formal English to slang

  • putty — [put′ē] n. [Fr potée, calcined tin, brass, lit., potful < pot, POT1] 1. a) a soft, plastic mixture of finely powdered chalk and linseed oil, used to secure glass panes, fill small cracks, etc. b) any substance like this in consistency, use,… …   English World dictionary

  • plaster — n. & v. n. 1 a soft pliable mixture esp. of lime putty with sand or Portland cement etc. for spreading on walls, ceilings, etc., to form a smooth hard surface when dried. 2 Brit. = sticking plaster (see STICK(2)). 3 hist. a curative or protective …   Useful english dictionary

  • Putty knife — Strictly speaking, a putty knife is a specialized tool once used when glazing windows, to work putty around the edges of each pane of glass. An experienced glazer would apply the putty by hand, and then smooth it with the knife. Modern glazing… …   Wikipedia

  • putty — [17] Etymologically, putty is something that comes from a pot. It was borrowed from French potée ‘contents of a pot’, a derivative of pot ‘pot’. By the time English acquired it, it had come to be applied to a powder made from heated tin, used by… …   The Hutchinson dictionary of word origins

  • putty — [17] Etymologically, putty is something that comes from a pot. It was borrowed from French potée ‘contents of a pot’, a derivative of pot ‘pot’. By the time English acquired it, it had come to be applied to a powder made from heated tin, used by… …   Word origins

  • Lime plaster — is a mixture of calcium hydroxide and sand (or other inert [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Filler (materials) filler materials] ). Carbon dioxide in the atmosphere causes the plaster to set by transforming the calcium hydroxide into calcium… …   Wikipedia

  • Venetian plaster — (or Stucco Veneziano) is a faux painting or faux finishing technique using thin layers of plaster applied with a spatula or trowel and then burnished to create a smooth surface with the illusion of depth and texture.… …   Wikipedia

  • art conservation and restoration — Maintenance and preservation of works of art, their protection from future damage, deterioration, or neglect, and the repair or renovation of works that have deteriorated or been damaged. Research in art history has relied heavily on 20th and… …   Universalium


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