# Plaster consumption per 1m2 - online calculator and other formulas

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## Factors affecting the consumption of the mixture on the plaster

Two factors affect the mixes' expenditure: the type of plaster and the curvature of the walls. Depending on them, the required amount of material is determined.

• Type of plaster depends on the substrate( concrete, brick, wood, gypsum board).Therefore, the calculation is carried out for each specific case. Plus, on the packaging prescribed approximate expense.
• The curvature of the walls of the or the vertical deviation, the horizontal shows the plaster consumption per square meter. It is generally accepted that in new panel houses, the deviation is 20-25 mm.

## Factors affecting the consumption of the mixture on the plaster

Two factors affect the mix costs: the type of plaster and the curvature of the walls. Depending on them, the required amount of material is determined.

• Type of plaster depends on the substrate( concrete, brick, wood, gypsum board).Therefore, the calculation is carried out for each specific case. Plus, on the packaging prescribed approximate expense.
• The curvature of the walls of the or the vertical deviation, the horizontal shows the plaster consumption per square meter. It is generally accepted that in new panel houses, the deviation is 20-25 mm.

## Plaster consumption depending on its type

Depending on the type of plaster, its consumption is determined. Consider the most popular types of mixtures and their estimated consumption.

• Decorative plaster requires 8 kg per 1 m2.However, much depends on the type of decorative mixture. For example, Venetian plaster, whose consumption will be about 70 to 200 g per 1 m2, requires less expenditure.
• The gypsum mixture needs about 9 kg per 1 m2, where the layer should be about 10 mm.
• Rotbend requires 8.5 kg per 1 m2, with a layer thickness of 50 mm.
• Cement mix requires 16-18 kg per 1 m2.
• Plastering Bark beetle is calculated in the calculation of 2.5-3 kg per 1 m2.
• Vetonit requires about 1.5 kg per 1 m2.

If you are confused in all these figures and calculations cause difficulties for you, you can use a typical online calculator. Such programs exist on many construction sites and allow you to determine the amount of material required with a minimum error.

However, they will make a good calculation if you have already determined the type of mixture and you know the area of ​​the intended surface to be treated, as well as the average thickness of the layer( this data is needed for a competent calculation).In the cells enter the numbers and get a specific final score.

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