Air drying, lightweight compound suitable for all three coat applications with paper tape.Download Brochure
Plaster based setting type adhesive compound for back-blocking ceiling and wall joints.Download Brochure
Leading gypsum based setting compound designed for taping and basecoating plasterboard joints and angles.Download Brochure
Compound ideal for bonding paperfaced cornice, cast fibrous plaster decorative cornice and plaster decorativeDownload Brochure
A premixed, air-drying, easy sanding, semi-lightweight finishing compound.Download Brochure
Skim coat plaster compound designed for use with lime to achieve a hard surface on walls and ceilings.Download Brochure
Lightweight air-drying finishing compound with easy application, low shrinkage, good hiding and easy sanding.Download Brochure
Plaster based adhesive compound for bonding plasterboard sheets to masonry, brick or concrete surfaces.Download Brochure
A plaster based, setting type compound recommended for small and large repairs on plasterboard.Download Brochure
Water-based synthetic stud adhesive for bonding plasterboard to timber and metal studs.Download Brochure
A premixed, drying type base compound formulated for use in a hot and dry environment.Download Brochure
A premium standard weight finishing compound, offering easy sanding to give a smooth finish.Download Brochure
Acrylic based water resistant sealant suitable for wet area applications.Download Brochure
Paintable water resistant sealer suitable for sealing the face of wet area linings.Download Brochure
Designed for use with reinforcing tape in joints and angles in wet area applications.
Just like there are many different types of plasterboard, there are also many different types of plaster jointing compounds.
Jointing compounds are similar to plaster and are used with joint tape to seal joints between sheets of plasterboard. Broadly, there are two different kinds: drying types and setting types. Drying types tend to be fast to apply and easy to maintain, though they take a long time to dry and shrink as they do so. Setting types come as a powder and you add water before use. They set by chemical hardening rather than evaporation, like drying types do, which gives them an advantage in filling holes and gaps. This advantage is offset, however, by the fact that they are more time-consuming and difficult to use.
Beyond these two main types, there is even more variation in jointing compounds: from standard versions to compounds designed specifically for a hard finish. There is even a type of jointing compound especially created for bonding cornices.
To find all these jointing compounds and more, take a look through our catalogue. Order fromarchiclad and we will deliver directly to your construction site, within victoria, 6 days a week.