Glaster is a blend of lime (binder) and recycled glass (aggregate), to make plasters, renders and mortars which are suitable for old buildings, ecological new builds.
Glaster uses lime technology that has been used for over 4000 years. It helps to control condensation and damp, thus creating a healthier building enables other sustainable building materials to be used such as wood, straw, wood fibre boards, clay and earth. It can be used on most conventional backgrounds - stone, brick, block and building boards for building or pointing up-stonework, brickwork or blocks externally as a render with a at or roughcast finish internally as a plaster which can be painted, trowelled to a smooth finish or sponged to reveal more glass
Mix of natural hydraulic lime and recycled crushed glass. 85% recycled glass, 15% natural hydraulic lime
Material can be re-milled acting as an aggregate and mixed with lime binder to make fresh mortars, plasters and renders
Can be re-milled back into fresh mortars and plasters or used as hardcore
Scottish Lime Centre Trust - www.scotlime.org
100 years +