Low Price Plasterboard / Gypsum Panel / Board for Wall Partition (drywall)
- Model NO.: Noya Gypsum Board 03
- Sand Type: Natural Sand
- Natural Sand Type: River Sand
- Color: Natural Color
- Product Name: Gypsum Board
- Feature: Fireproof, Quake-Proof, Sound Insulation
- Specification: 1220*2440mm
- HS Code: 44111499
- Type: Gypsum Board
- Manufactured Sand Type: Mixed Sand
- Fineness: Ultra-Fine
- Size: 1220*2440mm
- Density: 780kg/M3
- Trademark: NOYA
- Origin: China
Noya Gypsum Board has multiple properties, such as fireproof, quake-proof, sound
Insulation, convenience for installation and environment friendly
Used in hospitals, schools, factories and writing rooms
Packing: Nude cargo/with pallet
Gypsum board, also known as Drywall/Plaster board, is a panel used typically in interior construction to form a wall or ceiling. The panel has a gypsum core and is faced with heavy paper on both sides, one side specially treated for finishing. Also Known As: Gyp Board, Gypsum Board, Drywall, Sheetrock, Wall Board.
2. Types of gypsum board:
It can generally divided into several types according to its function: Regular Gypsum Board, Water-Resistant Gypsum Board, Fire-Rated Board, Sound-Deadening Board.
Regular Gypsum Board
Regular gypsum board is typically made of an inner core of gypsum that is encased in paper. It is used as a covering material for ceilings and walls and can be directly attached to existing surfaces or frames with adhesives, nails or screws. The strong laminating paper encasing the board can accommodate virtually any type of decorative treatment (paint, polish or varnish).
Water-Resistant Gypsum Board
Water resistant gypsum board is commonly used as a backer for tiles. The gypsum core of the board is typically treated with a waxlike or silicone chemical substance. According to Gerald E. Sherwood and Robert C. Stroh in the book "Wood Frame House Construction, " water-resistant boards can be used in high-moisture areas such as kitchens and bathrooms.
While gypsum is a natural fire retardant, fire-rated gypsum boards provide additional protection against fire. A fire-rated board is typically reinforced with a glass fiber core that allows it to hold up longer when exposed to fire. Fire-rated gypsum boards are also referred to as type "X" drywall. Type "C" drywall is a subcategory of type X drywall with greater glass fiber reinforcement.
Sound-deadening gypsum boards are commonly used between separate living units of a multifamily home or dwelling. These boards offer good sound transmission control. Sound-deadening boards are made of two moisture- and mold-resistant gypsum panels laminated together using a polymer.