Waterproof Calcium Silicate Board Tiles Calcium Silicate Board Tiles

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Thickness: 5mm,6mm,10mm,8mm Wildth: 50cm,30cm,20cm Fonction: Soundproof Ceiling,Fireproof Board Ceiling,Normal Ceiling
Color: Gray Application: Public,Dust Free Room,Hotel,Office,Household Certification: CIS
Material: cement

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.



Product Specifications:

Waterproof Calcium Silicate Board Tiles Calcium Silicate Board Tiles

 

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Q:how do i cut cement (backer) board?
Sorry - a jig saw would also make a mess. THere might be some sort of scoring device. I say predetermine your cuts and cut outside with a carbide circ saw. WEAR A RESPIRATOR and eye protection.
Q:What can I use to glue James Hardie fiber cement trim boards?
I would use gorilla glue which is 100 percent waterproof. or you could use polyurethane caulk which is very tough.
Q:can plywood be used instead of cement backer- board for tile?
Im not for certain but i don't think it can be used instead of cement backer board. Plywood is very preamble and the grout may soak through? I would call a Lowe's or Home Depot and ask for the flooring dept. or lumber and ask them.
Q:do i need mortar under the cement board?
to commence with, i might want to pull up all the floor decking all the way down to the joist, and make really confident all joist are solid. once it really is done and that i have determined all to be solid, i might want to lay down a three/4 plywood. i might want to apply a floor grade tongue and groove. you may want to apply dealt with plywood, yet its extremely not necessary as long as you're taking all necessary steps in the course of the redesign. when you lay down your cement board, make confident you grout the joints of the cement forums and allow to dry formerly utilising thinset for the tiling, this allows to make moister barrier. make confident you seal the tile grout joints after laying the tile. make confident the sealer has satisfactory time to dry. perfect installation of the wax ring on the rest room is necessary. make confident the rest room sits flat after installation and that it does not rock. use a very good silicone caulk around the bathtub and the bottom of the rest room to boot. you may also reseal the grout joints each and every three hundred and sixty 5 days or so because alot of floor cleaners on the marketplace can become worse the sealer. only a part observe; in case you may placed a tumbler of water on the floor and once you walk on the floor and the water strikes, the floor has what's call spring in it. all this potential is that in time all the springing action contained in the floor may reason hairline cracks contained in the grout joints hence providing a channel for water. if that is the case then seal in many cases. desire this allows
Q:What is the easiest way to put down cement backer board prior to laying ceramic floor tile?
There are a few factors that need to be considered. What is your subfloor? If its concrete and the vinyl is secured very well, then you can lay over it provided you put an acrylic additive in your thinset. This will help the bond to the vinyl. Also by doing this the vinyl will act as a crack supressant to the tile and protect against any cracks from your subfloor moving up to the tile. If you have a wood subfloor, you should remove the vinyl, install a 1/4 backerboard(not 1/2) and then install the tile with a modified thinset.
Q:Is the Etter board available for exterior finishes?
Can be used outside the finishes, Etter board is a fiber reinforced silicate plate (fiber cement board), the main raw material is cement, plant fiber and minerals, by the high pressure autoclave made of high pressure.
Q:Can you tile over painted wallboard or do you always need to use cement backer board?
First take some rough sandpaper like an 80 grit to rough up the wall that is painted, then use a mastic type adhesive like Acrylpro ceramic tile adhesive from Home Depot. It is $6 for a quart or $13 for a gallon. Use the correct size trowel suggested on the bucket for your tile size. Follow the directions and you will be fine. You would only use Hardibacker or Durock in a shower or bath tub enclosure where heavy use of water goes on. Then you would use the screws made for that product and use thinset adhesive instead of mastic.
Q:How come Houses in Mexico are made of cement & bricks , but in USA are made of card board & wood?
Pedro, I was visiting some towns in Mexico, From the looks of driving around, even our worst communities are better than what I saw and besides, brick, mud and stone cannot flex during an earthquake vs mostly wood homes in America. That is why during lets say, a 5.8 earthquake might make aunt Martha's favorite disk fall and break but destroy entire buildings in Mexico and other 3rd world nations and hence killing hundreds of people. As far as a cardboard building, cannot help you there; never in my life would I think that a county inspector would pass the required permits needed to build something like that. I wonder if you would even need a fire alarm in one. Are you sure certain you were in America not still in Mexico while trying to jump over the border.
Q:I need to fix a loom board cause one of the pegs broke we don't have superglue but we have vinyl cement can I use that?
No. Honey has got it right. Wood glue (yellow) is the stuff to use. To do it properly, the broken peg needs to be drilled out and a new peg (dowel) needs to be put in. If a loom board is what I think it is, it is under stress (which is why it broke) and that joint needs to be as strong as possible.
Q:Can I lay tile on top of an old cultured marble top w/o cement board or plywood?
no.... you have to have some type of underlyment..... or it will come out like crap....

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