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Hydrocal® Statuary

High strength gypsum cement designed for both hollow and solid casting methods.

Overview

High strength gypsum cement designed for both hollow and solid casting methods. Hydrocal® Statuary produces harder and stronger casts than Hydrocal® White Gypsum Cement.

Main Features

Hydrocal® Statuary provides higher compressive strengths than Hydrocal® White Gypsum Cement, while maintaining versatile working properties. As a basic gypsum cement, Hydrocal® Statuary offers excellent plasticity development and:
  • Is designed for both hollow and solid casting methods
  • Can be used for production of master models
  • Features a very low setting expansion
  • With its stark white color, can accept colorants easily and a variety of aggregates
  • Sets 25-35 minutes after machine mixing
  • Requires 40 parts water by weight per 100 parts plaster.

Documents & Files

Data Sheets & Specifications

Data/Submittal Sheet (English) PDF 233.2 KB

Catalogs & Brochures

Brochure (English)

Installation & Technical Manuals

Installation Guide (English)

SDS, Certifications & Reports

SDS (English)
SDS (Spanish)

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q & a

  • Can I add Aggregates/Reinforcements to Plaster products?

    Yes, however keep in mind that compressive strengths will be reduced when using aggregates. Aggregates should be selected based on weight considerations/appearance. Aggregates sized greater than 10 mesh should not be used, as the gypsum crystals will not bond well to them. Reinforcing materials can be used for thin casts. Glass mat and chopped glass can add flexural strength, and very small fibers can add chip resistance to castings.

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