Drywall

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Drywall

An interior wall constructed with a material such as gypsum board or plywood; usually supplied in large sheets or panels, which do not require water to apply.
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The first factory is located in Gresik for Plaster board and ceiling tile, the second in Cilegon for plaster board and compound and the third in Sunter Jakarta to produce steel frames and accessories.
Plaster boards They consist of an aerated gypsum core encased in specifically prepared durable paper liners.
We levelled a concrete floor, repaired or replaced six doors and eight windows, repaired 30 rotten window sashes, put up plaster board and much more.
When they returned the following night they ripped away corrugated iron and plaster board to get into the shop.
Anything useful will be recycled - all the plaster board, timber, wiring, fittings - and the concrete will be crushed for hardcore.
You can fix plaster board directly on to them with dry wall adhesive.
It was a case of, 'You've got original plaster ceilings and we'll need to put plaster board over that'.
A 40ft by 10ft metal and plaster board hoarding toppledontox Natalie, leaving her pinned to the floor and soaked in blood.
Drywall, also known as wallboard or gypsum board, replaced plaster board in the 1940s as the material of choice for finishing interior walls and ceilings.
It got through the plaster board so we had to start taking it all down - in the attic about a third of it had to come off.
Over the course of the 35-month project, 4,000 tradesmen have erected enough steel to build the Tyne and Swing bridges combined, laid over 7km of cable, fitted 9,700 light fittings and installed enough plaster board to stretch from Gateshead to Leeds.