Did you know? Gunite was originally invented and named "plastergun" in June 24, 1907 by Carl Ethan Akeley, an American inventor. Trademarked, improvised and patented in 1909, in North Carolina. The name gunite comes from the fact that concrete mixture is applied using pneumatic pressure from a gun, hence "gun"-ite.
Gunite is concrete or mortar conveyed through a hose and pneumatically projected at high velocity onto a surface, as a construction technique.
The first gunite work was in 1907, where Akeley applied a ¼-inch layer to the outer wall of the museum to repair the crumbling facade of the Field Columbian Museum in Chicago (the old Palace of Fine Arts from the World's Columbian Exposition.
Here's a look at the development of SL Virtue Sdn Bhd (SLVSB) completed guniting work. Find out more on our website at https://www.slvirtue.com