N.N.Gypsum Partition Works

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We also involved in Gypsum Partitioning works. Before entering into the topic you have to understand what is Gypsum and Gypsum Partition is ? Gypsum is a mineral found in sedimentary rock formations in a crystalline form known as calcium sulfate dihydrate CaSO4•2H2O. One hundred pounds of gypsum rock contains approximately 21 pounds (or 10 quarts) of chemically combined water. Gypsum rock is mined or quarried and transported to the manufacturing facility.

Easy of Installation :
We provide you the best Engineers who is good at working in Gypsum partitions. Gypsum board building systems are easy to install for several reasons. Gypsum board panels are relatively large compared to other materials. They come in 48- and 54-inch wide sheets and in lengths of 8, 10, or 12 feet, so they quickly cover large wall and ceiling areas. Gypsum board assemblies require only a few tools for their construction. Gypsum board can be cut with either a utility knife or a variety of saws, and it can be attached with a variety of fasteners, including screws, nails, and staples. It can also be adhesively attached to many substrates. Gypsum board is a lightweight material. Two workers can easily handle most panels and cover large areas in very short time periods. Gypsum board is easily finished using either a few hand tools or relatively modest machines. Gypsum board installers can quickly learn most application techniques in a few hours.

Advantages of Gypsum Board Constructions :
Gypsum board walls and ceilings have a number of outstanding advantages...
  • Easy of Installation
  • Fire Resistance
  • Sound Isolation
  • Durability
  • Economy
  • Versatility
Types of Gypsum Boards :
Using ever-developing new technologies, gypsum producers offer a variety of gypsum board products for many specific applications, including: the surface layer of interior walls and ceilings; a base for ceramic, plastic and metal tile; exterior sheathing and soffits; elevator and other shaft enclosures; area separation fire walls between occupancies; and the fire-resistant layer over structural elements. Regular and Type X gypsum board (described below) are available in several thicknesses. Different thicknesses are typically used in the specific following applications:
  • ¼ -inch – A low cost gypsum board used as a base in a multilayer application for improving sound control, used to cover existing walls and ceilings in remodeling and for curved surfaces.
  • 5/16 -inch – A specialty product primarily used in the production of manufactured housing and in laminated double thickness for special sound control panels.
  • 3/8-inch – A gypsum board principally applied in a double-layer system over wood framing and as a face layer in repair or remodeling.
  • ½-inch – Generally used as a single layer wall and ceiling material in residential work and in double-layer systems for greater sound and fire ratings.
  • 5/8-inch – Used in quality single-layer and double-layer wall systems. The greater thickness provides additional fire resistance, higher rigidity, and better impact resistance.
  • ¾-inch & 1 inch – Used in interior partitions, shaft walls, stairwells, chase ways, area separation firewalls and corridor ceilings. Special edged panels are used in some interior partitions.
Standard size gypsum boards are 48 inches wide and 8, 10, 12 or 14 feet long. The 48 inch width is compatible with standard framing methods in which studs or joists are spaced 16 inches and 24 inches o.c. (Other lengths and widths of gypsum board are available from the manufacturer on special order.)


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