A drywall is a superior lightweight inside divider framework comprising of a GI steel outline, encased in gypsum plasterboards on either side connected with self-penetrating drywall screws. The joints are then taped and completed with gypsum jointing mixes.
Drywalls can be utilized to segment any inside and are the favored decision of development for a scope of utilizations, in homes, inns, doctor's facilities, schools, theaters, and industry. They are solid and powerful (drywalls of up to 15 meters high have been fabricated) and can regularly last the lifetime of a building unless they are subjected to manhandle or change.
Benefits of Drywalls
Drylining provides an excellent level of finish for buildings. The lining can be used for the internal surfaces of external walls and are equally suited for both new construction and refurbishment. The wall lining enhances the thermal, sound and fire insulation of masonry walls.
Partitions are used extensively to efficiently create and divide spaces in offices. These partitions are easy and quick to build, provide excellent acoustic insulation (preventing sound from moving from one room to another), good fire protection and can take all types of finishes.
Performance drywalls are used to separate rooms and spaces in homes, hotels, hospitals, multiplexes and industrial complexes. Apart from offering the conventional benefits of fast and easy construction, they also offer high performance.
Specialised drywall solutions are available for interior wet area applications (like bathrooms and kitchens), which use special boards like Gyproc Moisture Resistant gypsum board or Gyproc fibre cement board.