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10th Sep 2022

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PlasterKey® : Innovative solutions for concrete problems

PlasterKey® is a universal water-based bonding agent has been designed specifically to bond sand/cement plaster and gypsum plaster to smooth surfaces.

A.Shak Construction Chemicals is a specialist division of A.Shak (Pty) Ltd. They offer a quality basket of products direct to the South African Construction Industry like PlasterKey®. This universal water-based bonding agent has been designed specifically to bond sand/cement plaster and gypsum plaster to smooth surfaces.

The benefits of using PlasterKey include improving the non-structural bond of cement and gypsum plasters. Smooth surfaces do not need to be chipped prior to application. It adheres to sound PVA surfaces. It is easy to use. It saves time and by implication money! This philosophy drives A.Shak Construction Chemicals to constantly improve and refine products that can be used with absolute confidence and guaranteed result.

A.Shak’s national footprint adds real value via impressive solutions based products such as Release Oils for most if not all requirements; Cementitious and Epoxy products; a host of reliable and easy to use Waterproofing products and specialist grouts.

Established in 1958, A. SHAK started off by supplying only Shutter Release oil to Construction Companies and Precast Concrete manufacturers. Single-mindedly driven by quality the Company became known for its expertise in the field, excellent service and reliable products.

As the product range and proven quality penetrated the market, demand by smaller contractors increased. Requests for some of the products were logged at builder’s merchants and hardware stores and this moved A. SHAK into the retail and DIY market. Today, this has become an integral part of the company’s expansion strategy.

The team at A. SHAK Construction Chemicals pride themselves on being innovative and responsive to the needs of their customers, ensuring quality products and value-adding customer support.

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