Calcium Silicate Board High Quality Partition Wall

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Thickness: 6mm,9mm,10mm,12mm,8mm Wildth: 20cm,30cm,50cm Fonction: Fireproof Board Ceiling,Soundproof Ceiling,Normal Ceiling,Heat Insulation Ceiling,Moisture-Proof Ceiling,Waterproof Ceiling
Color: Gray Certification: ISO9001:2000,ISO9001:2008,SGS Shape: Irregular,Rectangle,Square,Grille
Material: cement,Metal

Product Description:

(Raw materials: pure quartz powder, quick lime, calcium silicate, plant fiber and many fined mineral stuffing including dispersant and additive) into a wet sheet and then through high temperature and high pressure autoclave for more than 10 hours by advanced technology. That it will compose a special calcium silicate board. There is no asbestos, brucite and meerschaum in the raw materials and the formulations at all.


Product Applications:


1.Indoor ceiling of industrial and resident building.

2.Partition of industrial and resident building.

3.The ceiling and partition of the bathroom and other wet condition building.

4.Indoor ceiling and partition as base board of the decoration for operation room,clean room of hospital or laboratory .

5.The fireproof board of the air passage.

6.Furniture or furniture's accessories.


Product Advantages:

1. 100% asbestos free, environmentally friendly

2. Non-combustible Class A, does not release poisonous gas.When in contact with fire, smoke index is zero.

3. Light weight and high intensity, helps reduce the cost of building Based on stone crystal, best stability and not affected from temperature.

4. Good performance in heat preservation and insulation mildew proof and moth proof.
5. 100% asbestos free

6.Low thermal conductivity
7.Good compression strength

Main Product Features:


100% asbestos-free

Product composition: Portland cement, highly pure quartz sand, cellulose fiber

Density: 1.1-1.4 g/cm3

Water absorption: ≤30%

Moisture interference degree: 0.27mm

Moisture content:  ≤10%

Swelling: ≤0.25%

Dry shrinkage rate: 0.5%

Impact resistance: ≥2.0 KJ/m2

Flexural resistance: ≥12 KJ/m2

Thermal conductivity:  ≤0.2 W(M.K)

Screw-pull force: ≥75 N/mm

Frost resistance: After 25 freeze-thaw cycles without rupture and layer phenomena.



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Calcium Silicate Board High Quality Partition Wall

 

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Q:I want to skateboard and i can ollie fine on rug but when i try it on cement the board moves and stuff?
Your pushing your board back with your feet. Try not to do this and practice. The only way to be good in skateboarding is practicing everything hard.
Q:Do not you dry the stone
Yes, as long as the cement surface to ensure the smoothness of the surface roughness and verticality can be directly sprayed.
Q:How do people get pictures, bulletin boards, etc. to stick on cement walls in dorms?
I tapped some nails in. But I don't recommend it. It took a long time and you'll probably get charged for the damage it does to the paint. I found some sticky, puffy stuff from Duct Tape. It's double sided and it's waaaay sticky. For my heavier stuff I just doubled/tripled up and it hung right up. This is what I did for my full length mirror. Also they make those clear plastic holder things. I'm sorry, I'm not sure what they're called. But they have sticky on one side and you stick that to the wall and then there is a hook on the other side. They work great too and are cheap!
Q:rubber cement?? PLEASE answer?!?
I used it many times to temporarily glue photography artwork to the matting board. The good thing about it -- it is removable when dry. Just scrub it lightly with a paper towel or even with your fingers. I buy my rubber cement in art supply stores, it is not dark colored at all and they also sell a convenient big rubber eraser for it. Beware: it is not to create a permanent bond; the photos will fall off in time.
Q:Does cement board go under all wooden floors?
You would use cement board when you install tile. Plywood is fine for everything else.
Q:What are some inexpensive and creative ways to decorate a cement block basement?
Because of your scrapbooking and since it is a basement you are going to want to consider storage options. Inexpensive shelving, either metal shelves or even sturdy boards and cinder blocks can be concealed behind curtains. I’ve even seen decorative shower curtains used for this. Curtains might help hide or break up some of the longer expanses of wall too. Take your time and watch clearance sales. You are probably going to want mirrors for your work out area. Inexpensive long, narrow dressing mirrors would be perfect for this and would also increase your lighting. They could be taken out of the cheap frames they come in and hung side by side or left in the frames for a more focused area. Some could even be hung side ways for a different effect on an adjoining wall. For the lighting I would think that an overhead in the work out area and halogen in your craft area would suffice and wouldn’t be too expensive. You don't want to scrimp on the lighting for your craft area, you will see the difference in the end product of your work if you do. All of these ideas leave you where anything you do have to purchase can easily be converted to another use in a new home. Good luck in your new place!
Q:WHy is it necessary to mud the Joints between Cement board in a tub/shower stall if they are gonna be mortered
Nothing is necessary of you don't care about water damage. If you care about doing a good quality job that insures that the area is watertight then mud the joints. Remember that water is the worst enemy of a house next to termites. You would be surprised to see what a hairline crack can do to the structure of a house. Not to mention the mold and the insurability of a home. Water damage on an insurance record is shared on a national database of insurers and when its there, good luck every getting insurance.
Q:I would like to install hard wood floors, over cement floors.?
Both engineered and solid wood flooring can be installed over concrete. If the floor is below grade however, no solid wood can be used, only engineered, which means a 3, 5, or 7 ply prefinished board. Hardwood on concrete should be glued whether it is solid or engineered. 3/4 hardwood cannot be glued down so you'll need to use a 3/8, 5/16, or 1/2 board. Be sure that the cement subfloor does not contain excessive moisture. You can do this yourself with a calcium chloride test. DO NOT seal concrete before gluing down hardwood. If you do, the glue will not adhere properly and there is a very high chance that the floor will fail. There are also real wood floors that are designed to be floated. They lay on a foam underlayment and are not attached to the subfloor in any way but simply glued together. These products are easier to install but are not yet perfected in my opinion. They have a tendency to peak, sound hollow, and seperate. I suggest glue down hardwood. Also get a book to provide you with some basic technique. Installing hardwood is pretty straightforward and you should have no major difficulty.
Q:how to install cement backer board behind a bath tub?
if you installing the backer board for tile then what you do first is staple 4 mil plastic sheeting to the studs around the bathtub area over lapping the seams, install the tub. then place the backerboard on the plastic above the top edge of the tub. buy the screws that are made for the backerboard(not drywall screws). after the backer board is installed, use a nylon joint tape also designed for the backer board and then apply thinset to the joints.
Q:Attic with a channel steel structure, covered with aluminum instead of wood multilayer? Is it feasible?
Feasible, aluminum plate to be oxidized or painted.

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