Water Resistant Cement Board CMAX

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Sanle fiber cement board is made of high-grade cement and modified material, reinforced by natural fiber. Being processed by high pressure and high temperature advanced technologies, Sanle fiber cement board is a new building material with excellent performances.

Features

Fire Proof & Insulation
Class A non-inflammability, no toxic gas, low in perveance, good electric insulation material

Waterproof and Moisture Proof
In semi-outdoor area and under high temperature condition, performance of Sanle boards is stable and will not bend or deform.

Thermal Insulation and Sound Insulation
Low thermal conductivity, good heat insulation, high in density, sound proof

Light weight & High strength
Pressured by 5000-ton hydraulic machine, it is high in strength and light in weight. It is not easy to deform and bend, and good for flooring and roofing.

Easy installation
The installation of boards is dry operation, which is faster. It can be processed with ordinary wood working tool. The board is easy to be processed.

Economical and Good looking
The boards are light in weight. Together with the use of keels, they can save cost of construction and decoration. The painting is uniform, and the surface is smooth, making the exterior of buildings good-looking and attractive.

Safe and Harmless
Test result of Sanle boards is better than national radiation protection standards of building materials. The radiation from Sanle boards is equal to that from the lawn 20 meters away from the building. The lifespan of Sanle boards is very long, and they are resistant to acid and alkali, moisture and insects. The toughness and strength remains the same when time passes by. So they can be used for a long time.

Easy to install and easy to replace
Sanle boards can be drilled, cut, engraved, nailed, painted and covered by tiles or sticker when necessary..

Product parameters

Item

Unit

Requirement

Medium density

High density

Density

g/cm3

1.2<D1.5

1.5<D2.0

Water absorption

%

30

25

Non-combustibility

GB 8624-2006, grade A

wet expansion

%

0.25

Beding strength

dry

MPA

Strength grade class III

20

Strength grade class IV

24

Saturation with water

12

14

Applications

Exterior side boards, indoor partition walls, sound-proof ceiling, decoration boards, complex walls, outdoor billboards, division boards and floor boards



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Q:My mailbox post broke off of the cement in the ground, what’s the best way to fix or replace it?
dig out the cement and start over. or, talk to your post office about installing a central mailbox as it's safer.
Q:Toilet decoration with light steel keel gypsum board vertical wall. What can be done with a hanging brick?
Like can not be hung, will be out of the toilet wall is easy to moisture should not use gypsum board wall.
Q:how do i install stone veneer over cement board?
the instructions you get with whatever stone you decide on will explain it in detail...usually mesh with a base coat and then a bonding layer and then the pointing if it is a mortared joint...
Q:Is cement board required for a Corian shower?
If the building code allows the manufacturer's recommendations for installation and the manufacturer recommends mold resistant green board, then green board would be acceptable under the code. Cement board would be required in any installation where there are no specifications from the manufacturer.
Q:Outdoor use of cement pressure plate can not
Two names, in fact, is a - the same are cement pressure board, just called the difference between the only, and there is no essential difference
Q:I have cement block walls.. how do I prepare them for glass mosaic tiles?
You don t need a backer board.. As long as the block is solid and no cracks ( they need to be treated specially) you can go right over the block with a few precautions. The block needs to be clean and smooth. No mortar from the joints and stick out. If the walls are unpainted ( and clean) you can go over them with WHITE and white only thin set.There is no such thing as colored or tinted thin set.And glass tiles call for a strong latex modified thin set If the walls are painted ( and clean) you can use a mastic or the special thin set. Fill in the mortar joints with the adhesive you use. Mastic cannot be used if this is a wet area or going to be a wet area. Any questions you can e mail me through my avatar and check my qualifications there. GL
Q:How to install the outer wall plywood
In addition to the main decorative panels, in order to increase the decorative effect, the other is equipped with some necessary accessories, such as the angle column, outside the corner column, starting bar, J-type, connecting strip and so on. In order to ensure the best decorative effect, the correct installation is also very important. Here we will decorate the basic installation steps and precautions for your PVC.
Q:Composite foam cement board fire board grade and fire resistance limit?
Refractory grade B1: B1 is not flammable material, it is flammable, but not easy to burn, fire and fire in the fire to play a certain degree of fire resistance. This type of sheet is generally used in the low-end public places more.
Q:Would using cement board instead of drywall require the use of steel?
You had best consult an engineering firm. The reason I say so that you can only answer this by taking into consideration quite a few factors. For example: location, soil, drainage, foundation, reinforced or not, width, height, static load, dynamic load, etc. Anything can be done. Basically you can use wood or steel, as long as they are sized correctly. I have built homes using a combination of wood and steel. Certain types of designs calls for a central core of steel because of various factors; roof design being the main one. Others were all steel or wood. It's the architect working with home owner to decide. Steel Is more expensive because you need deeper footings, welding, steelworkers themselves, etc. The more trades you have on a job the longer it takes and the more expensive it becomes. I question how you are going to treat the seams on the cement board and still get a clean look. If it is extremely difficult to get a truck in, you are going to be severely limited as to anything you want to build. Unless it is deemed safe, a steel co or a lumber co. will refuse to deliver as they will not risk their trucks and the drivers can refuse, if it is too difficult or they deem it dangerous. Of course if money is no object, you can stage sky cranes or improve the road. AS far as concrete goes , you don't have to worry as each truck is time staged and additives added to the mixture to ensure a good pour, in fact the drivers are in constant touch with the plant in case of glitches. They can pour in hot or freezing weather. The only thing I think you have to worry about, as pointed out above, is the road. Everything today is delivered on large trucks and unloaded with a crane. Good Luck!
Q:How do I attach cement board to my kitchen floor?
Here's how a tile contractor would do it. First off you need to look how the tile floor will finish to the other floorings it will tie into. Ideally you want the same level when finished. It is common though to have a slight offset (up to 1/4 is acceptible). So remove whatever you need to be 1 lower then the other floor, before you install 1/2 hardibacker and the tile. What you listed above is a waste of time and money. You don't need plywood and hardibacker. You use one or the other. The industry has gotten away from tile directly on plywood, so don't consider that. Use the hardibacker. My guess is when you remove the vinyl and hardwood, you will be about 1 down. Screw the subfloor down then attach the hardibacker with 1 5/8 screws and lay the tile. If it is within the tolerance I noted above (1/4), you can buy a transition strip to apply at the change from tile to existing flooring. If your floor is up and down, do this, use a level as a straight edge on the floor, marking the high and low spots. The high spots need to be feathered out and the low spots need to be filled in. You should do this before you install the hardibacker. You can listen to a kid that worked with his dad or a listen to guesses from people that tiled a floor or two. You can even listen to a woman on here that claims to have been a remodel contractor, master electrician, building inspector and everything else she claims to have been, or you just take free advice from a guy that does tile floors. Your call.

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