gypsum plasterboard

gypsum lath, board lath, gypsum plaster-board, rock lath

A base for plaster; a sheet having a gypsum core, faced with paper, which provides a good bond for plaster; usually manufactured in 16-in. by 48-in. (40.6-cm by 121.9-cm) or 24-in. by 96-in. (61.0-cm by 243.8-cm) panels, ? or ½ in. (0.95 or 1.27 cm) thick with round or square edges.
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Working closely with technical specialists from Gyproc and contractors Kavan Construction, Aedas drew up a complete internal dry lining solution based on GypWall CLASSIC partitions lined externally with high performance Gyproc DuraLine - a gypsum plasterboard with a higher density core that provides enhanced levels of fire and acoustic performance and meets the required Severe Duty impact performance with just a single board lining.
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