Types of finishing to sprayed concrete -

as sprayed -
cut & flash - wood/plastic float - steel float - carved
cut and flash finish dry spray (gunite)
cut and flash finish wet spray (shotcrete)
cut and flash finish dry spray (refractory)
 




'Cut and flash' is the term applied to the process of screeding back sprayed concrete to a roughly level surface and applying a flash coat of sprayed concrete to cover the whole surface in a uniform textured finish. Timber formers or guide wires are used to
identify the final level of sprayed concrete.

A major benefit of this type of application is minimal surface finishing and the preservation of the impact bond. This method reduces the visibility of construction joints giving large surface areas uniformity of colour and surface texture.

 

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