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Saint Gobain Gyproc Pro-Fill Jointing Compound

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Saint Gobain Gyproc Pro-Fill Jointing Compound

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Product Details:
BrandGyproc
Packaging Size25 Kg, 10 Kg
Packaging TypeBag
AppearanceSmooth White Powder
Dry Bulk Density900 kg/m3 (Min),1000 kg/m3 (Max)
pH Value7 (Min),9 (Max)
Water Gauge45 (Min),55 (Max)
Whiteness>80 (Through whiteness meter)
Water to Powder Ratio1 Ratio 2
Application: - Gyproc® Pro-Fill is an air-drying and finishing powered jointing compound used for the plasterboard finishing at vertical and horizontal joints. It is also used for filling the uneven gaps, small cut-outs and finishing of the internal and external corner joints. 

Product Features
  • Air Drying – Drying Time Depends On Temperature & Humidity
  • Minimum Or No Shrinkage
  • Excellent Workability
  • Excellent Bond Strength And Higher Crack Resistance
  • Zero/ Minimum Wastage

Process of Jointing & Finishing
First Coat
  • Using an applicator / Trowel, fill the recess formed by the edges of the sheets with Gyproc Pro-Fill®.
  • Centre the paper tape along the joint and using a Taping knife / Trowel press the tape down into the Pro-Fill® ensuring no air bubble remain behind the tape.
  • Immediately apply a thin coat of Pro-Fill® over the surface of the tape (100-150 mm wide).
  • Allow it to dry

Second Coat
  • Apply a second coat of Gyproc Pro-Fill® with an Applicator / Trowel.
  • Ensure that this coat extends outside the area of the first coat (200-250 mm wide).
  • Allow to thoroughly dry and scrape back any build-up of compound along the joint.

Third Coat
  • Apply a finishing coat of Gyproc Pro-Fill® with an Applicator / Trowel.
  • Joint edges should be feathered at least 50 mm beyond the edges of the previous coat
  • Allow to dry. Lightly sand in the same direction as the joint using finer sandpaper.

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