Brand new Jesmonite AC730 colours available
Posted on 9th November 2020
We are delighted to announce the launch of three brand new Jesmonite AC730 colours, Marigold, Cotswold Honey Stone and Brick Red. They will form part of the standard range of Jesmonite AC730 finishes and accompany the Old Terracotta, Yellow Sandstone, Bath Stone, Portland Stone, Natural Stone, Silver Grey Granite, White Marble and Charcoal Black colour range.
What is Jesmonite AC730?
Jesmonite is the modern-day alternative to traditional building materials for environmentally conscious designers and architects. AC730 is modified cementitious composite, rapid setting, water based and non-solvent, making it kinder to the environment. It contains zero VOC’s, is highly durable and lightweight. Read here to find out more about the benefits of this material.
This acrylic composite is a decorative concrete – lighter than glass reinforced concrete, stone and traditional sand and cement products. It is designed to be a hand laminated application, but it can also be used for small castings. It contains a fine decorative aggregate and powder pigments which can be custom matched to a wide range of bespoke colours.
Where can you use the product?
Jesmonite AC730 is designed for glass reinforced decorative structures and can be used both inside and outside of buildings. Typical uses are: Ceiling Features · Cornices · Skirtings · Column Cladding · Feature Walls · Wall Panelling · Impact Zones · Swimming Pools · Winter Gardens · Steam / Sauna Areas etc.
Ceiling features, particularly those made from glass-reinforced gypsum (GRG), have a great potential to enhance, highlight, and define areas within interior spaces. These also have the potential to take several different forms, depending on the specifications you are working to and the needs of your project. As a result, you may have a few different […] Read Full Story
Before deciding on material options for planned architectural projects, you may first need to familiarise or re-familiarise yourself with the specifications of individual materials. This may involve becoming more informed about glass fibre-reinforced gypsum, which may also be found written as glass-reinforced gypsum, or shortened to GFRG or GRG. Below, we have provided more information […] Read Full Story