An effective choice for wall and ceiling systems, plasterboard offers several advantages to architects, designers and specifiers, including affordability, versatility and relatively low environmental impact. However, with the increasingly complex regulatory landscape, the task of juggling a myriad of performance requirements and the complex relationships between different building elements and materials is proving more challenging than ever. Fortunately, today’s manufacturers and suppliers of plasterboard in Australia not only offer a range of tailored products to meet the needs of almost any application, but also the depth of product knowledge to help you deliver high-performing, compliant and beautiful building solutions.
Specifying plasterboard: An introductory guide to Gyprock wall and ceiling systems for commercial buildings takes you on the first step of this journey, providing an introductory guide to specifying Gyprock plasterboard and how you can bring it all together. We cover the key considerations when specifying plasterboard, from condensation control and structural design to fire resistance and levels of finishing. We then present a range of tools and resources that will help you navigate the ever-changing compliance landscape.
A division of CSR, Gyprock is proudly an Australian made and owned, leading manufacturer of gypsum-based products such as plasterboard, plaster, cornices and associated finishing materials and accessories. Gyprock supplies a comprehensive range of high-performance products and systems for many applications to meet fire, acoustic and thermal requirements across all segments of the construction industry.
Download this whitepaper to learn about the key considerations when specifying plasterboard and how leading manufacturers can help you navigate the ever-changing compliance landscape.
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