Limult Cassava Processing Factory

Building, structure and condition of plant

  • The building to house cassava products may be constructed from concrete or bricks and should provide adequate protection against insects and rodents.
  • The building should contain a processing hall, an office, a changing room, toilet, ware- housing, and a free lobby.
  • For a medium-scale plant, the factory walls could be built to the window level and completed with expanded metal covered with wire mesh to cut down on costs.
  • Fixed surfaces of the infrastructure, such as washing troughs and steeping tanks, that come into contact with the processing materials, should have easy-to-clean internal surfaces and be inert to cassava products.
  • The surface of walls, partitions, and floors should be made of impervious materials with no toxic effect in intended use and have a smooth surface up to a height appropriate to the operation.
  • The floor should be constructed with concrete or terrazzo (if affordable), have adequate surface drainage and be easy to sweep and wash.
  • Ceilings and overhead fixtures should be constructed and finished to minimize the build up of dirt and condensation, and the shredding of particles
  • Windows should be easy to clean, and fitted with removable and cleanable insect-proof screens.
  • Doors should be smooth, non absorbent, and easy to clean and disinfect.
  • Adequate means of natural or mechanical ventilation should be provided to minimize airborne contamination, control ambient temperature, odors, and humidity.
  • Lighting fixtures should, where appropriate, be protected to ensure that food is not contaminated by breakages.
  • An adequate supply of potable water with appropriate facilities for its storage and distribution, should be available, whenever necessary, to ensure the safety and suitability of food.

Process control

Equipment must be designed to dry, fry, cool or store food to achieve the required food temperature as rapidly as necessary in the interests of food safety and suitability, and to maintain them effectively.

Equipment is designed to allow temperatures to be monitored and controlled. Where necessary, equipment should have effective means of controlling and monitoring humidity, airflow, and other characteristics likely to have a detrimental effect on the safety and suitability of food.

These requirements will ensure that:

  • Harmful (cyanide or butanoic acid) or undesirable micro-organisms or their toxins (mycotoxins), are eliminated or reduced to safe levels or their survival and growth are effectively controlled.
  • Where appropriate, critical limits established in plans based on Hazards Analysis Critical Control Points (HACCP) can be monitored.
  • Temperatures and other conditions necessary to food safety and suitability can be rapidly achieved and maintained.

Facilities for personnel and personal hygiene
Facilities should be available to ensure that an appropriate degree of personal hygiene can be maintained and to avoid contaminating food. Where appropriate, the facilities should include:

  • Adequate means of hygienically washing and drying hands, including wash basins, and a supply of hot and cold water.
  • Lavatories of an appropriate hygienic design.
  • Adequate changing facilities for personnel.

Such facilities should be suitably located and designated. Facilities for cleaning such as hoses should be provided for cleaning the washing trough, hydraulic press, hammer mill, dryer, steeping tanks, other equipment, and the floor. Taps should be installed at the tops of the washing trough and steeping tanks. Also outlets such as stoppers for easy draining at the top and base of each facility should be installed.

People who come directly or indirectly into contact with food will not be likely to contaminate food by:

  • Maintaining an appropriate degree of personal cleanliness.
  • Behaving and operating in an appropriate manner.
    Note: Workers who are ill, and especially if suffering from diarrhoea or skin infections, should not under any circumstances be allowed to handle food.

Visitors to the food manufacturing, processing, or handling areas should, where appropriate, wear protective clothing and follow the other personal hygiene provisions in this section.

A changing room should be provided for staff to change into factory coats.The use of factory coats will minimize the introduction of undesirable micro-organisms from soil and dust carried on the clothing of staff when they report to work.

Drainage and waste disposal

Adequate drainage and waste disposal systems and facilities should be provided. They should be designed and constructed to avoid any risk of contaminating food or the potable water supply.
Storage facilities

Adequate facilities should be provided for the storage of food, ingredients and non food chemicals (e.g, cleaning materials, lubricants, fuels).Where appropriate, food storage facilities should be designed and constructed to:

  • Permit adequate maintenance and cleaning.
  • Avoid pests and harbourage.
  • Enable food to be effectively protected from contamination during storage.

Where necessary, provide an environment which minimizes the deterioration of food (e.g. by temperature and humidity control).

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Limult African Car Automoble Decoration And Design

Africa has a large and important car manufacturing industry but none is sold to customers within the Continent. All are exported. Almost every car bought and used by Africans is imported and most are second hand, carrying huge import duties that typically double the price making them more expensive than new cars sold abroad.

Africans are sick of it and are answering back. Nigerians have a word “tokunbo” meaning “foreign used”. A statement on the website of Innoson Motors, one of Africa’s first and only automotive manufacturing companies, reflects the current mood:

“Africa has literally become a dumping ground for foreign used automobiles. We are not second class people that should only drive second hand vehicles.”

A commonly held view is that no one manufacturers cars in Africa for the African market but Limult Group has found a handful of entrepreneur-lead organizations making a mockery of that assumption.

Wallyscar

Founded in Tunisia in 2006, Wallyscar manufactures a range of small 4x4s sold predominantly in Africa, the Middle East and Europe. Brothers Omar and Zeid Guiga set up the company with the idea of making the vehicles affordable, stylish and sporty. They sell to order between 300-600 units a year at a price point of around €15,000 and are now planning an electric version.

Kantanka Cars

Engineers at the Apostle Safo Suaye Technological Centre in Ghana have been busy developing an electric car. The company itself was established in 1994 by Apostle Dr Ing. Kwadwo Safo Kantanka to manufacture a range of saloons, four-wheel drives, SUVs and pickups.

In December 2019, the company started manufacturing electric vehicles. The Kantanka Odeneho II is powered by 12 rechargeable batteries, each with a predicted lifespan of over four years. Unlike EVs produced outside of Africa, such as the Tesla, the Kantanka Odeneho does not require specialist set up or equipment for charging as it plugs straight into a mains socket.

Africa’s first EV

Africa’s first electric vehicle to go into production, the Kiira EV, was built by students of Uganda’s Makerere University in 2011 with government support. The students went on the found Kiira Motors Corporation (KMC) after taking part in a vehicle design summit organized by the MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology).

In 2014, KMC officially became a company owned by the Ugandan government and Makerere University. Eager to support the production of eco-friendly vehicles, the government granted the company a 100 acres of land to establish a manufacturing plant.

KMC has so far designed and built three concept vehicles, the first of their kind in Africa. They include the Kiira EV, Kiira EV Smach, which is the first electric hybrid vehicle designed and built in Africa and the Kayoola Solar Bus, which runs on lithium-ion batteries that power the electric motor plus a 2-speed pneumatic shift transmission.

Only time will tell if Africa will win the fight for domestically manufactured vehicles, designed for the terrain at affordable prices but where there’s a will, there’s a way. The Continent’s growing urbanization and middle classes have some power and appear to be voting with their feet. It seems some governments are also now keen to support local production.

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Limult Mini-industry construction for community development

WHY CONSTRUCTION AND LAND DEVELOPMENT ARE IMPORTANT FOR COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT

We can all agree that land development is essential for a community’s success.  While development can sometimes be frowned upon, as it changes the face of the landscape, creates more traffic, changes ecosystems and habitats, it is imperative for the prosperity of your community.  It can generate more jobs, bring desired curb appeal, unite community members, and maintain or increase home values.  Whether the development is residential or commercial, construction brings economic stability.  Finding a balance between growth and maintaining the character of your community is key to the planning of development, as well as, weighing the pros and cons.

ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT

Construction and land development can create added waste to our landfills and not all materials are environmentally friendly.  In metropolitan or urban areas that are highly populated and built up, a heat island effect can occur.  Thus, making it warmer in these areas than rural areas due to the volume of energy being consumed.  Land Development can change ecosystems and force wildlife to relocate.  At the same time, land development can have a positive impact on our environment.  Governing entities may require developers to bring buildings up to current code or clean up contaminated sites from a previous business.  Site cleanup is costly, but it brings added value to our environment.  Incentives are sometimes offered for using sustainable materials or building Green or a LEED certified structure.  Oftentimes developers will clear out invasive/non-native trees and replace them with native trees.

INFRASTRUCTURE IMPROVEMENTS

Some townships/cities will require the developer to make improvements to infrastructure.  This might include, enhancing the road condition, replacing old water or sewer pipes, installing sidewalks, adding additional landscaping and increasing the number of public parking spaces.  Holding developers accountable for community improvements removes some of the financial burdens your city/township can endure.

ECONOMIC/SOCIAL IMPACT

When you see businesses expanding, new commercial buildings being constructed, new neighborhoods being built and existing homes being renovated, it signifies a growing community.  Growth can present challenges, however, it is a necessity for the prosperity of your city.   Construction has a direct impact on our economy, as it creates jobs.  Construction also has a trickle-down effect on industries, other than its own.  Commercial and residential construction stimulates growth in retail, real estate, equipment, manufacturing plants, schools, and tourism, to name a few.  Even though to community members, construction and development can seem invasive and unnecessary, it is vital for your economy.

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Limult Ocean water

Ocean waters are salty and contain minerals and dissolved gases. They also have a high heat capacity and vary in density depending on temperature and salinity. 

Uses of Ocean water

The use of salty water is made easier by desalination, which can be done through either distillation or osmosis. Making seawater potable, or drinkable, is plainly a useful goal, but the process is expensive and therefore usually only performed on a large, industrial scale.

From a health standpoint when it comes to salt water, facts are that some evidence exists that salt water benefits include the prevention of atherogenesis (the formation of "plaques" in the arteries that carry blood to the tissues of the body). It also may be helpful in treating the symptoms of skin conditions such as eczema, and may also prevent some of the damage to the liver that may result from a high-fat diet.

Deep sea water may be effective in the prevention of certain cancers, including breast cancer. The mechanism for this is not well understood as of 2020, but research efforts in the area of cancer prevention using Ocean water continue. It is also believed that Ocean water can mitigate some of the symptoms of diabetes mellitus.

But why is ocean water salty? Well, most of the salt that ends up in the oceans originated on land. Rain, as well as moving water in rivers and streams, washes over rocks containing the mineral sodium chloride, which you know as common table salt. The salt is then carried into the oceans. Salt can also find its way into oceans through underwater volcanoes that stir up salt and other minerals from deep layers of the earth.

The salt in oceans becomes more concentrated over time as water from the surface of the ocean evaporates, leaving the salt behind. Salt is the main chemical ingredient in ocean water, but it also contains other chemicals, such as magnesium, sulfate, calcium and potassium. Many scientists believe that life began in the oceans, so it's not surprising that chemicals found in seawater are important chemicals needed to sustain life.

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Limult Coconut

The Tree of Life

The coconut has got to be the most versatile fruit used. Grown on the Palm Tree, every part of the coconut and the tree has virtually got a use and has been used by different countries in different ways. Known as “The Tree of Life” in The Philippines and “The tree of a 1,000 uses” in the Malaya language, coconuts have a history of important uses worldwide.

The coconut is of significant economic importance to top producers.

Here is a selection of the many uses of this exotic fruit tree.

Attempting to list every single use would be impossible however we can give you a taste of just how amazing and functional coconut is

The Coconut Tree

  • The Roots – were used to make dyes, used as a toothbrush, mouthwash, and has medicinal value.
  • Coconut Leaves – were used in The Maldives as a roofing material for houses, and are used to wrap rice, for cooking, and for storage in The Philippines.
  • They have been used to make toys in India, and they are used to make brooms and burnt to ash to make lime.
  • Toothpicks and satay skewers have also been made out of the ribs on the leaves.
  • Coconut Tree Trunk – used as timber to make houses and boats, in bridge building, furniture, drums, and canoes.

Coconut Water

Commonly drunk in the humid tropics, coconuts all produce water. The younger the fruit, the more water it has.

  • A good source of sugar, fibre, antioxidants, proteins, vitamins and minerals makes it a popular sports drink providing energy, hydration, and endurance.
  • It helps restore any electrolyte imbalances caused by diarrhea, vomiting and after exercising.
  • Emergency infusions may be done with coconut water due to its ability to mix with blood.
  • It has antiseptic, antibacterial, anti-fungal, and anti-viral properties.
  • It is used to replace lost fluids in cases of influenza, typhoid, malaria, and dissolves kidney stones.

Coconut Oil

With medicinal, nutritional and topical uses and benefits, there are in excess of 100 reasons to have coconut oil in some form in the home. Here is a selection of them. Here we go!

Topical Uses of Coconut Oil

  • Natural skin softener and moisturizer.
  • Reduces fine lines, puffiness and dark circles under the eyes
  • Prevents skin infections.
  • Anti-Wrinkle.
  • Soothes Sunburn and treats blisters and burns.
  • Removes makeup.
  • Improves skin tone, elasticity, and age spots.
  • Heals itchy skin and stops burning from insect bites including snake bites.
  • Lessens varicose vein occurrences.
  • Removes head lice.
  • Conditions the hair, prevents split-ends and treats dry flaky scalp including dandruff.
  • Heals nail fungal conditions.

Medicinal Uses of Coconut Oil

  • Eases acid reflux and gives relief in gallbladder disease.
  • Stabilizes blood sugar levels and insulin production.
  • Kills viruses such as flu and infectious diseases.
  • Protects against cancers in the colon, breasts, and digestive tract.
  • Protects against intestinal disorders.
  • Reduces pain and inflammatory conditions such as arthritis.
  • Strengthens the liver.
  • Relieves symptoms of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.
  • Soothes earaches when combined with olive oil and garlic.
  • Protects against Alzheimer’s disease.
  • Improves calcium and magnesium absorption, promoting strong bones.
  • Helps stabilize female hormones and prevents hot flushes and vaginal dryness during menopause.

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Limult Cocoa Beans and Types

Cocoa is the plant from which chocolate is made. Bitter chocolate is produced by pressing roasted cocoa kernels (seeds) between hot rollers. Cocoa powder is produced by squeezing the fat (cocoa butter) from bitter chocolate and powdering the remaining material. Sweet chocolate is produced by adding sugar and vanilla to bitter chocolate. White chocolate contains sugar, cocoa butter, and milk solids.

Long regarded as a food treat, cocoa is now used by some people as medicine. Cocoa seed is used for infectious intestinal diseases and diarrhea, asthma, bronchitis, and as an expectorant for lung congestion. The seed coat is used for liver, bladder, and kidney ailments; diabetes; as a tonic; and as a general remedy. Cocoa butter is used for high cholesterol.

Some people apply cocoa butter to the skin to treat wrinkles and to prevent stretch marks during pregnancy.

In manufacturing, cocoa butter is used as a base for various ointments and suppositories made by drug companies.

Types of Cocoa Beans

CRIOLLO: The rare bean

 The Criollo beans are the finest & rarest form of cocoa beans. Character : These beans are fruit forward & are highly aromatic. They lack bitterness and have rich secondary notes.

Availability : It only accounts for only 2% of the global cocoa produced as they are extremely vulnerable to environmental threats & have a low yield as the trees produce very limited pods. Farmers find this crop extremely difficult to produce, which is due to both low yield and high susceptibility to pest attacks as the beans are naturally sweet in taste. This leads to the constantly diminishing availability of this bean.

Appearance: The Criollo pods are usually red or purple in colour & have a grainy uneven surface. The colour of the beans ranges from white to pale pink, depending on whether it is derived from a freshly opened pod or otherwise.

Native Region: The Criollo tree is native to Central & Southern America, the Caribbean islands & Sri Lanka.

FORASTERO: The Robust bean

The Forastero beans are commonly referred to as bulk cocoa. They are the most widely produced cocoa variety in the world, contributing to almost 80 -85% of the world’s total cocoa produce. 

Character :They are bitter in taste and don’t have a secondary flavor supporting it like the Criollo. The exterior surface of the cocoa pod is relatively smooth & harder in comparison to the Criollo pod. The flavor profile is strong and earthy and needs to be mixed with superior quality cocoa for added taste.

Availability : These beans are available in abundance and account for about 80-85% of the world’s cocoa. Unlike the Criollo beans, the Forastero beans are not susceptible to diseases and have a much higher yield, making them the chosen variety for cocoa producers due to their robustness.

Appearance: When freshly cut open, the colour of the beans is purple and that of the pod is yellow. 

Native Region: Generally produced in Ghana, Nigeria, Ivory Coast, New Guinea, Brazil, Malaysia & Indonesia.

TRINITARIO: The Hybrid bean

 The Trinitario beans are a natural hybrid resulting for the cross pollination between the Criollo and Forastero beans.

Character : Trinitario beans have the robustness & high yield of Forastero beans along with the sublime taste of Criollo beans. However the grade of this cocoa varies from average to superior.

Availability : They account for 10%-13% of the global cocoa production.

Appearance: The colour of Trinitario pods vary in shape & colour as it is a hybrid. The beans are white to creamy in colour.

Native Region: It first came into existence on the island of Trinidad after the local criollo crops were destroyed by a hurricane & new Forestaro crops were replanted. This gave birth to natural hybrids as an outcome of natural cross pollination between the old Criollo crop & newly planted Forastero crops. Trinitario has the strength of a Forastero bean to fight against diseases and the taste of a Criollo bean. They are also found in the Caribbean islands, Venezuela and Colombia and also in some parts of South-East Asia.


Limult Property Value

What is property value?

Property value refers to the worth of a piece of real estate based on the price that a buyer and seller agree upon. According to economic theory, the value of a property converges at the point where the forces of supply meet the forces of demand. In other words, the value of a property at any given time is determined by what the market will bear.

Property value example

The value of your property matters in terms of how much you will be able to sell it for, but there are other issues to consider. Property value impacts:

  • Your ability to refinance your mortgage or take out a line-of-credit, using your property as collateral.
  • Property taxes, pushing them higher or lower.
  • The overall value of your neighborhood.

Economic Factors Affecting Property Value

If the house down the street sold for a price that is higher than your CMA suggests, take a look at the mortgage market. Have interest rates risen since that sale, slowing down sales? . Is employment looking bright for the immediate future and are new companies moving in? Then property values will increase. Staying abreast of the economic indicators for your area helps explain your property's changing value.

Other Valuations, Other Purposes

A lender's appraisal carries weight when establishing a property's value. If the appraisal comes in below what a buyer is willing to pay, negotiations as to who makes up the difference can send a deal down the tubes. Lender appraisals delve deeper into the analysis of the property than a CMA, and the more recent the sale the more weight that sale price carries when arriving at a value.

A property assessor's appraisal is done to establish a tax base for the property and should not be used to establish a property's value. Most assessors' appraisals contain deductions for homesteading, tax benefits pertaining to the community, age benefits and other factors that lower the evaluation.

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Limult Laterite for Road Construction

Laterite is both a soil and a rock type rich in iron and aluminum and is commonly considered to have formed in hot and wet tropical areas. Nearly all laterites are of rusty-red coloration, because of high iron oxide content. They develop by intensive and prolonged weathering of the underlying parent rock. Tropical weathering (laterization) is a prolonged process of chemical weathering which produces a wide variety in the thickness, grade, chemistry and ore mineralogy of the resulting soils. The majority of the land area containing laterites is between the tropics of Cancer and Capricorn.

The term ‘Laterite’ appeared in academic literature over a century ago. Buchanan (1807) first used this term to denote a building material in the mountainous region of Malabar, India (Maignien, 1966). The term ‘Laterite’ could mean brick earth in some local dialects but the name ‘latérite’ got its meaning from a Latin word later, meaning ‘brick’ and so relating solely to the use of these soils in block making (Prescott and Pendleton, 1952 in Gidigasu, 1974). There have been so many arguments,

Characterisation of laterite for road construction

Lateritic soils exist in many places in tropical regions of Africa and America. They are frequently used for road construction. It is important to use them in an optimized way and attempts are made to improve their description and characterization for road applications. Laboratory work done in Brazil, Senegal and France was aimed at including specific properties of laterites in their classification, especially the degradability of their gravelly and sandy fractions due to weathering and compaction during construction works. The paper presents results of laboratory tests, which highlight the importance of particle size reduction due to compaction and its variability. The link between the grain sizes of raw laterites and those of the same laterite after compaction should be further studied, in order to help the road designer in tropical and equatorial countries.

Structure, Composition and Properties of Lateritic Soils

Laterites vary greatly in structure, but can be reduced to the following three structural patterns:

(a) The indurated elements form a continuous, coherent skeleton;

(b) The indurated elements are free concretions or nodules in an earthy matrix;

(c) The indurated elements cement pre-existing materials. These structural patterns exhibit great variability in relation to the shape and size of the elements involved and the degree of induration. The degree of hardness ranges from products that are practically unconsolidated and scarcely coherent to the hardest blocks which can be broken only with a hammer. Induration is an empirical criterion, as it is impossible to give quantitative expressions to any character related to the mechanical properties of the material. The usual definition of induration is a state in which the hard brittle consistency of the medium is not affected by humidity. Induration, which involves the precipitation of goethite in a reticular network, is influenced by composition and the extent of crystallization of the components in the soil: the higher the sesqui oxide content, the greater the induration. In other words, hardness increases as the iron content increases; the hardest laterites are also the least hydrated.

Laterites vary in color, but are usually brightly colored. The shades most frequently encountered are pink, ochre, red and brown; however, some occurrences are mottled and streaked with violet, and others exhibit green marbling. A single sample may exhibit a whole range of colors merging more or less perceptibly into one another in a variety of patterns and forms. Laterites owe their color to iron oxides in various states of hydration and sometimes also to manganese. Their mineralogy generally involves quartz, kaolinite, hematite, goethite, and sometime maghemite. Kaolinite is always present with iron oxides. The physical properties of lateritic soil vary according to the mineralogical composition and particle size distribution of the soil. The granulometry can vary from very fine to gravel according to its origin, thus influencing geotechnical properties such as plasticity and compressive strength. One of the main advantages of lateritic material is that it does not readily swell with water. This makes it an excellent packing material particularly when it is not too sandy.

Improving Lateritic Soils for Construction Purposes

Stabilization processes are very complex because many parameters come into play. The knowledge of soil properties can help to better consider what changes, the economic studies (cost and time), as well as production and construction techniques to use. The simplest process consists of taking soil and drying it in open-air. It is the ―pise technique, rammed earth, adobe, and brick dried in the sun, widely used in the majority of African countries. More elaborate processes can include heat treatment, or mixing soil with ordinary Portland cement, lime, etc.

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Limult Survey Plans

A land survey represents pictorially the legal boundaries and dimensions of a surveyed parcel of land. It identifies the type and location of monuments or survey posts set in the ground to define the boundaries of the parcel. Some types of survey plans are subdivision plan, reference plan, posting plan, air space plan or strata plan.

Survey plans are prepared by professional Limult land surveyors for filing in a land title office. Many historical survey plans are available only in hardcopy format.

A plan is a technical and legal document prepared by a registered cadastral surveyor.

A plan is considered current until a new survey has been conducted and registered for the subject lot, and a new title issued. The certificate for each lot in Limult refers to the current survey plan. A plan may be the current plan for some of the lots shown on the plan, but other lots may have been cancelled by a newer plan. This may mean that a current plan of a lot could be from the 1900s, whereas the current plan for a nearby lot may be either newer or older.

A survey plan does not include building location unless the property is a building unit. For more information on buildings, contact the relevant local government.

Survey plans do not contain land contours. A registered surveyor can create these plans for you.

A current plan of a lot may not show easements, leases or covenants as such interests may have been created by a different survey plan.

Reading a survey plan

A survey plan will include bearings, distances and area for all parcels covered by the survey plan. Sometimes the measurements for an individual parcel are not included. This occurs where the dimensions of one parcel are the same as the adjacent lots (e.g. if lots 1 to 20 are all the same size, the dimensions may only be shown on lot 1).

A survey plan does not include the measurements from the kerb to the property boundary.

Depending on when the survey was conducted, the information recorded on the plan may vary.

For example:

  • Some older plans may include roman numerals, notes and annotations, or the word 'road' when the road had not been named at the time of survey.
  • A survey plan may also include old street names.
  • Historical survey plans may include county prefixes and prefix abbreviations.
  • Depending on the age of a plan, dimensions may be recorded in a number of formats and you may need to convert from imperial to metric.

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Limult Plaster Sand

Plaster Sand not only can be used to make plaster but it can also be used in a cement/sand/gravel mix to make concrete. Use Plaster Sand to set pavers, or fill in holes and low spots in your lawn.

Plastering is one of the most ancient building techniques. Evidence indicates that primitive peoples plastered their reed or sapling shelters with mud, thus developing more durable structures and more effective screens against vermin and inclement weather. More lasting and slightly materials in time replaced mud. Some of the earliest plastering extant is of a quality comparable to that used in modern times. The pyramids of Egypt contain plasterwork executed at least 4,000 years ago that is still hard and durable. The principal tools of the plasterer of that time were in design and purpose like those used today. For their finest work the Egyptians used a plaster made from calcined gypsum that is identical to plaster of Paris.

Plaster as a medium of artistic expression waned by the 19th century, when imitation and mechanical reproduction displaced this creative art. However, as a surface material for interior walls and ceilings and to a lesser degree for exterior walls, plaster remains in common use. It facilitates cleanliness and sanitation in building and is a retardant to the spread of fire.

which sand is best for plastering?

Sand is a naturally occurring granular material composed of finely divided rock and mineral particles. It provides the structure of plaster, and the quality of your sand can make the difference between success and failure.

Basically river sand are used for any plastering work. Generally, in any plastering work plasterers are used natural sand, crushed stone sand or crushed gravel sand. Though, there is a grading limit of sand which are used in plastering work. Other types of sand will also work, but it could be more expensive to use.

Limult Group sells quality plaster sand for strong housing construction_ thus providing for the nation. Feel free to visit our store at www.limult.com/shop to see more products that we make available for the people. For further inquiries, call us on +2347052446249.