Customized Fiber Cement Board/ Wall Panel

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$1.50 - 3.00 / m²
Loading Port:
Shanghai
Payment Terms:
TT or LC
Min Order Qty:
10000 m²
Supply Capability:
300000 m²/month

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Product Description:

The raw materials of fiber cement board are cellulose fiber, silicate cement, quartz sand, water and some additives. It's a kind of hightech product which formed through accurate dosing by computer program, hatschek craft and compressed by 14000tons hydraulic machine and autoclaved under high temperature and pressure.

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)excellent fire-proof

2)excellent damp-proof

3)Durability and long service life

4)high strength

5)stable dimensions

6)good heat and sound insulation

7)non-asbestos

8)mould resistant

9)no deformation

Main Product Features:

1) Incombustibility: It can not burn and give off toxic smoke.

2) Heat insulation: Low heat conductivity, good thermal insulation.

3) Waterproof: It can keep its shape without swelling and deformation after a long time.

4) Sound proof: Reduce indoor noise.

5) Environmental protection:  high density reinforced fiber cement board `s special characters make more comfortable environment.

6) High Strength: High-stength and impact-resistant make it is not easy to be damaged.

7) Durability: insulation against bugs, fungus and corrosion,so reinforced fiber cement board can last for a long time.

8) Easy installation: Painting, tiling and nailing can be feasible in the new system.

 

Product Specifications:

 

Customized Fiber Cement Board/ Wall Panel

 

FAQ:

1. Which port do you choose for FOB ?

    Answer: FOB Shanghai Port.

2. What's your delivery time of your products?

    Answer: About 20 days after confirm the order.

3. What about the terms of payment?  

    Answer: 30%TT advanced payment, balance seven days before shipment.

    Other terms of payments also can be negotiated.

4. What's your Minimum order quantity(MOQ) of your product?

    Answer: Generally, MOQ is 1x20' container. Others can contact with me directly.

 

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Q:Do I really need to use cement board on my wood sub-floor to tile?
Yes, unfortunately you will. If you tile directly onto the sub floor, the tile is likely to develop cracks. The sub-floor is probably 3/4 material, so an additional 1/2 thick cement board should work.
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:Can you put ceramic tile over wood floors? If yes I was told that it wouldnt stay, even with cement board.?
Without reading any answers here, and after installing thousands of sq. ft. of flooring,,,especially tile. I suggest that EVEN on a concrete slab,,, perfection isn't something set in stone,,, so to speak. You don't state the state of the construction,,, IE: Basement or crawl space below the existing floor, slab on dirt, etc.. ANY floor substrate should be as level as you can get it,,, but even that can be supplemented by leveling a tile installation. Concrete backer board is my choice, no matter the substrate, as it allows for less movement, degradation over time, a porous/textured enough surface to GRAB thin set, with less chance for warp,,, as long as the bottom line is as secure as possible. Perhaps your least or greatest concern might be removing any existing base molding and determining adding what might be near 3/4 inch height to existing flooring. Consider a deeper issue. This is EARTH, on top of which,,, or in which a house has been built. I suggest no stronger force exists than that of the EARTH.... and it gives and takes, in its process. Consider too, the prep work, and knowledge of the structure, its construction, and history. Does it tend to ebb and flow like Tides? Or has its base element been relatively secure since it was constructed? Then consider that it may last longer, no matter what you do, or what was done, than your lifetime,,, No offense. It would seem that research is your first exploration option, and valid experience. If in fact the base flooring is above a basement or crawl space some shimming might be called for, especially if the existing floor seems to squeak, or be pliant. If it's Concrete, I suggest you don't stress. E mail accepted for more info. Rev. Steven
Q:Has anybody made a claim for and been paid for the cement board siding class action lawsuit?
Dont okorder.com has some good examples of past class action lawsuits and for a really good read, read Grisham's the king of Torts. Right now I am actually a part of a class to recover FOREX fees on my credit card. I have lost probably a few hundred dollars i expect to be granted $5! Wahoo!
Q:How do I remove dried cement from door & running board?
Try good ole' WD40 it's know to take tar and alot of other road grime off cars.
Q:For bathtub enclosures what backing is required sheetrock or cementatious board?
green board sheetrock ok. would be much better off with the cement board. install vapor barrier behind cement board.
Q:do i have to use cement board under tile on a shower wall?
Yes, unless you want to replace the tiles again. Anything else will be subject to moisture and flexing. Those conditions will cause the tiles to fall off.
Q:Drywall and Cement board quantities question?
Your husband is sweet. do away with the wallboard. while you're no longer making plans on putting up tiles there is no reason to apply cement board. i could get some Vantek board from Lowes, approximately 27.00 a sheet and use that. that's water-resistant and springs with a 25 year guarantee. It seems and acts like plywood. particularly reliable, purely ensure you placed on goggles once you chop back it, the timber flakes and performs havoc on your eyes. I used Vantec on a kitchen floor and likewise rather for my patio roof. It rained two times earlier we've been given the shingles on and did no harm. And we get slightly rain right here in southern Missouri
Q:Is it possible to sand cement board to make it a little thinner?
Q:Can I lay particle board over concrete/cement floor then install laminate wood over it?
1/8 isn't very much. You'll need t-moulding (transition moulding) between the two materials anyway. Rather than PB or ply, why not cleant he concrete, cpply primer, and pour self leveler on it? You'll make up your 1/8 in no time, without worrying about moisture affecting the substrate. Even plywood will warp and delaminate over time if exposed to moisture. You could get marine grade plywood (mdo or something, i've only had to get it once) but it'll be hard to come by the thickness you need in any substrate. Or just leave it alone and get a t-moulding that will make a transition over the 1/8 difference. They make plenty of different profiles.

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