RH100 Thermal base plaster
RH100 thermal base plaster is made by mixing the leading binder in the history of architecture, i.e. aerial lime, with rice husk, an agricultural product derived from the husking of rice. Among its many application qualities, there is the good adhesion to surfaces and performing compatibility with all types of masonry. In addition, the thermal base plaster, due to the characteristics of its components, contributes to the reduction of indoor pollution, as it is able to subtract CO2 from the air inside the building. It is recommended for applications on interior and exterior surfaces through manual application, or by using plastering machines.