GIB

Manufacturer Winstone Wallboard Limited
Since About 1927
Origin New Zealand
Product category Special Performance Fiberglass Reinforced Gypsum Board
Product brief Fire / Water / Abuse / Acoustic gypsum board for lining, drywall and ceiling systems.

Radiation resistant gypsum board (lead free) for lining, drywall and ceiling systems to X-Ray rooms.

Specifications Metal stud framework with GIB fiberglass reinforced gypsum board clad on one or both sides to meet Fire / Water / Acoustic drywall partition ranging from 1 Hr to 4 Hrs.

Metal stud framework with GIB X-Block lead free radiation resistant board clad on both sides to meet radiation resistant performance up to 150 kvp.

Special designed shaftwall metal stud frame with multi layer GIB Fyreline board fixed to one or both sides to duct riser / lift shaft and provide Fire / Water / Acoustic resistant performance up to 4 hours.

`Quiet’ stud with multi layer GIB Noiseline fiberglass reinforced gypsum board to one or both sides to meet extreme acoustic resistant performance to drywall / ceiling.

Suspension metal framework with one or multi layer GIB Fyreline gypsum board fixed to surface to provide 1 to 2 Hrs fire resistant membrane with 2 sides protection.(Load Bearing (Walkabout) and Non Load Bearing ceiling)

Suspension metal framework with one or multi layer GIB Aqualine board fixed to surface to provide moisture / acoustic / abuse resistant ceiling.

Suspension metal framework with one or multi layer GIB X-Block lead free radiation gypsum board fixed to surface to provide radiation resistant performance up to 150 kvp.

Standards AS 1530.4., 1985
BS 476 Part 22., 1987
BS 476 Part 6 & 7.
ASTM E-119-00
ASTM E-136
UL-263
I. B.C.
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