Below you will find information on the board. We hope this information helps you understand what the plasterboard is, for those who do not know. We give you answers to some questions you may have on board.
Plasterboard consists of mineral plaster lined paper, bilaterally. It is completely insulating material with exceptional properties in soundproofing - fire and anti-seismic. Healthy, quick and clean construction.
Standard Gypsum General Use
General purpose plasterboard for construction of walls, ceilings, coatings and special applications.
Gypsum moisture resistant
The moisture resistant gypsum board used in places with high humidity such as bathrooms - wc and housed outdoors.
Filber plasterboard "Vidiwall"
Compact structural slab of plaster and fiber seloulozis with great weight, hard surface and high mechanical strength. Used in areas requiring impact resistance and the ability to suspension loads directly to the point of filling the wall without special support frame. This inogypsosanida Vidiwall-4VT produced in thicknesses of 10mm and 12,5 mm on all four edges milled for better and easier grouting. Dimensions: 1200mm x 2800/3000mm or 1000mm x 1500mm.
Fireproof plasterboard "Fireboard"
Special building boards that meet the toughest requirements of passive fire protection. The special fire resistant core has a basis of plaster and perlite, enclosed non-combustible fiberglass. A1 to the category of completely unburnt material in DIN 4102. The Fireboard produced in thicknesses of 15, 20, 25mm in dimensions 1200mm x 2000mm.
Sound absorbing perforated plasterboard
Plasterboard with a circular, square or irregular drilling in a variety of plans and rates for drilling ichoaporrofitikes surfaces. Size: <1000mm - 1250mm x max. 3000mm depending on the perforation.
Sound boards "Piano"
Plasterboard high-density applications in high demands insulation.
Plasterboard "La Vita"
Plasterboard paper coated with carbon in places protected from electromagnetic radiation. Produced thick 12,5 mm. Dimensions: 1250mm x 2600mm.
Used in areas look for high standards for protection against moisture and fire simultaneously, eg bathroom partition wall - the other sites, etc.
Material is resistant to any weather conditions, construction and outdoor applications in bathrooms and wc, as well as structures that have direct contact with moisture.
The law of mass:
More mass means more insulation.
Heavier boards means better acoustic behavior.
The Law of asymmetry:
Different weight of acoustic plasterboard means better behavior.
The reason: the panel will have two critical frequencies, but with less impact and distance.
The Law of distance:
Greater distance between the soundproof plasterboard means better results.
Leave a minimum distance of 5cm.
The Law of disengagement:
fewer connections between the two shells boards means better acoustic behavior.
The law of absorption:
Existence of an insulated material in the intermediate space between the plasterboard means better acoustic behavior of the panel.
Use of fibrous materials such as wool, glass wool at an average density of about 50kg/m3. The gap can be filled all but 50-75% is enough.
Warning: never in the middle of the walls hard foam as well as ever soft foam.
The law of continuity:
Gaps, cracks, breaks no matter how small a decrease of sound insulation performance of the partition / suspended ceiling of plasterboard.
The poor jointing of plasterboard for example scourge of acoustic integrity. It is important to use a sound-proof material like Stickson to give the required air tightness. The Stickson - viskoelastiko adhesive material - will be placed inside a sticker. The exact location depends on their individual goals.
The law of lateral transmission:
The lateral transmissions can actually be invalidated even better acoustic performance: suspended ceilings, raised floors, light adjacent walls, etc. often contribute to the dramatic deterioration of sound insulation behavior of structures plasterboard.
The Law of perimeter isolation:
The isolation of the partitions from the floor, ceiling and wall plaques with suitable materials may be added to the index of insulation 3 - 4dB (A).
Plasterboard is the ideal material for interior renovations: wall - suspended ceilings - soundproof partitions. This is a flexible, fast and proven method of construction that causes the least possible disturbance to residents.
Among the many advantages of the method of construction with plasterboard gleaned the following:
Excellent fire performance
Excellent thermal and sound insulation
High stability / rigidity
Quick and economical
Completely flat and uniform surfaces suitable for painting or other finish.
The dry building construction today provided effective and workable solutions to many technical problems of building, which the building contract is unable to cope. Due to the "convenience" use of plasterboard can be constructed as follows: