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Moisture Resistant Plasterboard

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Moisture Resistant Plasterboard

Moisture-resistant plasterboard is designed to tolerate moist and humid conditions where other products may sag, rot or deteriorate with frequent exposure to moisture. The majority of the time, this is completed in kitchens and bathrooms at home, but for commercial structures, moisture-resistant plasterboard should be used in all areas.

From steam produced by hot water or cooking, humidities are frequently higher than normal. Humidity levels are also boosted by the presence of people, so it's important to consider these things while designing a public building.. Manufacturers like Gyproc and Knauf design and create products like Glasroc F Multiboard and Knauf Aquapanel for these purposes.

Knauf Aquapanel Cement Board moisture-resistant plasterboard

Knauf Aquapanel cement board outdoor is produced from inorganic materials, which means it has flexibility and may be bent around curves. It can still withstand severe weather conditions while retaining 100% water resistance and high impact strength.

Knauf Aquapanel cement board is a non-combustible and mold, mildew, and swelling resistant plasterboard used in new construction and retrofitting on existing structures. Because it may be painted over and combined with other surface treatments such as brick slips, architects frequently utilize it as a rendering substrate. Knauf Aquapanel cement board is an appealing moisture resistant plasterboard product because it is non-combustible and mold, mildew, and swelling resistant.

Glasroc F Multiboard moisture resistant plasterboard

The Glasroc F Multiboard from British Gypsum is a non-combustible and highly moisture-resistant plasterboard that may be used for partition and ceiling construction. The square edge make of this board makes it simple to produce neat divisions in specialist lining systems, domestic residences, and steel encasement projects.

The Glasroc F Multiboard is permitted in semi-exposed locations and may be used before the building envelope is finished, saving money and time on projects.. Glasroc F Multiboard can be curbed to a minimum radius of 600mm, making it applicable to curves and unique, contemporary buildings.