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Cement-bonded reinforced lightweight concrete board

Cement-bonded reinforced lightweight concrete board

A cement-bonded reinforced lightweight concrete board is a cementitious building board, which due to the addition of different additives such as foamclay or granulated recycled foamed glass have a reduced density (approximately 1000 kg/m³). These panels are reinforced on both faces with a woven glass fibre fabric. It exhibits high strength and stiffness values and is inflammable (Euroclass A1). Due to its water repellent treatment, which eliminates water uptake, this panel is particularly suited for applications in domestic wet rooms (bathrooms). This type of panel can also be used in exterior applications as lining and as a plaster baseboard.
    

   

Gypsum fibre board

Gypsum fibre board

A gypsum fibre board is a reinforced material consisting of gypsum and cellulose fibres. These two raw materials are mixed and after the addition of water (no other binding agents) they are pressed under high pressure to form panel sheets. Subsequent to drying, the panels are impregnated with a hydrophobic agent and cut into the desired sizes. With the exception of exterior applications, gypsum fibre boards can be used in all areas of dry wall and timber construction as panelling and lining in walls, ceilings, vaulted ceilings and floors. Gypsum fibreboards are inflammable and are classified A1 or A2 according to EN 13501-2.