Fire protection systems using clay-gypsum plaster in agriculture
The use of a clay-gypsum mixture in the composition of a modified dispersed reinforced binder contributes to the creation of favorable environmental conditions and the formation of a comfortable climate inside agricultural premises, as well as increases the degree of protection of structures from fire. conditions.
The technological properties of dispersed reinforced gypsum mixtures depend primarily on the composition of the modified clay-gypsum binder, the consumption of mineral fiber and its length. The fiber diameter in the range of 3.2-3.4 microns does not significantly affect the properties of the mixtures. Dispersed reinforcement in the range from 1 to 5% slightly affects the average density of clay-gypsum mixtures and plaster coatings based on them. The 20% increase in bending strength determines the greater resistance of plaster coatings to temperature effects.