1.3 PRELIMINARY OPERATIONS ON THE BASIS OF AUTONOMOUS EVALUATIONS
After a detailed analysis of the support object to be used, choose the type of mortar suitable for the work and the masonry supports, managing the operations of packaging and control of the mortars in relation to the types of use and adequately preparing the masonry surfaces in view intervention.
1.2 PACKAGING PLASTER MORTARS ON SITE ON INDICATION
Prepare the different types of plaster mortars on site, complying with the written or oral requirements regarding the dosages of the materials to be used and the mixing, conglomeration and mixing operations to be carried out.
1.1 SURFACE PREPARATION
Prepare the surfaces to be plastered by cleaning the wall texture, carrying out, if necessary, simple demolition and / or corrective measures to ensure adherence and coplanarity.
2.1 MECHANICAL PLASTERING FOR INTERIORS
After having prepared the mortar guides, if necessary, plaster internal, vertical, horizontal and oblique surfaces, spreading the premixed plaster with spray gun.
3.3 PLASTER BASED CHALK / SCAGLIOLA
Plastering the surfaces using a plaster based chalk / scagliola civil type by hand making the layer of arriccio and finishing in the correct management of the time of construction and finishing of the surfaces.
4.2 DECORATIVE PLASTER
Realize the finishing of surfaces and decorative elements (shaves, spatulas, cornices, ornaments, squares, fake stones and decorations in plaster or other conglomerates).
4.1 PLASTER ADDITIVES
Realize the plastering of vertical, horizontal and oblique linear surfaces with additivate plasters that involve the modification of the final performance of the surface (fire-retardant, dehumidifying, acoustic, waterproofing, thermal insulation) or optimization of the execution phases (antifreeze, plasticizers, fluidizers, etc.).
1.3 BACKGROUND SELF EVALUATION
After detailed analysis of the surface subject to intervention, choose and apply the most suitable type of primer (acrylic, polyurethane, consolidating, etc.).
1.2 BACKGROUND ACCORDING TO REQUIREMENTS
Apply the primer on the surface to obtain the most suitable tinting (acrylic, polyurethane, consolidating, etc.) according to the verbal or written instructions received.
Performing preparation or restoration of surfaces to be painted (eg cleaning, filling in holes - stucco, smoothing, patching, brushing, etc.) ensuring the flatness of the surface and applying, if necessary, fungicidal, desalinating, pesticide, etc.
2.3 NATURAL PAINTINGS
Paint, using brushes or rollers, internal surfaces in civil plaster with natural paints prepared by mixing lime and pigments.
2.2 PAINTINGS TO BE PREPARED
To paint internal surfaces in civil plaster with water-based paints prepared following the indications received and / or contained in the material sheets, using brushes or rollers.
2.1 READY PAINTINGS
Dye interior surfaces in civil plaster with semi-washable or washable primers ready to use, using brushes or rollers.
3.2 RELIEF FINISH
Dye external surfaces to obtain a relief finish by applying 1 coat of fixative insulation for plastics and the subsequent finishing of the work with the laying of 2 hands (appropriately spaced temporally) of quartz or siloxane paint.
3.1 TRADITIONAL SMOOTH FINISH
Dyeing external surfaces to obtain a traditional smooth finish, by applying a base coat, then filling in holes – stucco, the surfaces and laying 2 coats of water-based paint (possibly quartz or siloxane), respecting drying times.
4.3 ADVANCED DECORATIVE
Apply advanced decorative techniques, such as spatula, buffered, scratched, veiled, to achieve the finishing of the painted surfaces.
4.2 BASIC DECORATIVE
Apply basic decorative techniques, such as sponging and / or stencil, to achieve the finishing of the painted surfaces.
Realize the painting of vertical, horizontal and oblique linear surfaces with additives that involve the modification of the final performance of the surface (fire-retardant, anti-radiation reflecting, etc.).
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