Navigating the National Construction Code's performance requirements and the associated Australian standards can be difficult for specifiers and architects when designing and specifying wall systems. Appropriate consideration must be given to a complex range of performance categories, including structural requirements, fire performance, water and mould resistance, acoustics and thermal performance.

What Makes a Wall Compliant? A Specifier’s Guide is an easy-to-follow tool that helps you understand what makes a wall system compliant. With this holistic view of the regulatory landscape, designers and specifiers will be able to identify products and systems that are fit-for-purpose and compliant with the NCC.

CSR Gyprock and Rondo provides tested wall and ceiling systems that assist in achieving code compliance in the areas of fire performance, acoustics and durability, as well as providing high levels of performance for functional construction requirements.

Download this whitepaper for a specifier’s guide that will help you understand what makes a wall system compliant.


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