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Fiber Cement Board with Both Sides Sanding Standard

Fiber Cement Board with Both Sides Sanding Standard

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Our 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.




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.


(1) Lightweight and high strength: 3-4 kg/m2 (1/10 of half brick wall), with yield strength 400mpa.

(2) Environment-friendly : galvanized steel-no radiation, have no harm to our health and not pollute the environment.

(3) Products with fillisters : Setting some fillisters in both sides of the keels in a selective way, in order to strength the keels' vertical points and intensity.

(4) The metal stud with hole : one of our product is the special hole on C-stud every 600mm, which is easy for workers to install the electric lines and water tubes.

(5) Various sizes of metal track and metal stud : we are able to manufacture German,Japanand Aus-American types etc..We can meet your customized demands.

(6) Factory direct sale price : We have our own factory to produce raw materials----galvanized(zinc coated) steel, as well as the product line, so we can provide you a lowest price.



1.Sample: small sample can be offered by free

2.OEM: OEM is accepted

3.MOQ: small order is ok

4.Test: any third party is accepted to test

5.Factory: Can visit factory any time

6.Delivery Time: small order is within 7days or according to your order

Q:I plan on installing about 400 square feet of ceramic tile in a kitchen. I wanted to know if I need to put down a cement backer board before laying the tile?If so, how do I determine if I should use 1/4 inch or 1/2 inch?Finally, what is the preferred method of securing it to the subfloor? Is is it glued somehow or nailed to the floor joists (I suspect nailed, but I've never used it before).The subfloor is plywood and seems secure. I am not sure how thick the plywood is yet (haven't gone to the basement and looked for any stamps on it). I've done ceramic tile before, but it has always been a small area with mosaic tile, so I never put much thought into the backer board.Thanks
This Site Might Help You. RE: Do I need a Cement Backer board for Ceramic Tile? I plan on installing about 400 square feet of ceramic tile in a kitchen. I wanted to know if I need to put down a cement backer board before laying the tile? If so, how do I determine if I should use 1/4 inch or 1/2 inch? Finally, what is the preferred method of securing it to the subfloor? ...
Q:I have so many people and floor co. telling me that one is better than the other! I am retired so I need to get the most out of my money and want to do it correct one time. So which is better to us on a raised floor for tile, floating cement or cement backer board? Please help thanks!!
I would say backer board. If planned on doing marble or granite floors that is when you would use cement. Also they will end up charging you more if you do floating cement, make sure to read through your estimates thoroughly before agreeing to anything. Hope that helps!
Q:I have an existing hardwood floor that I want to tile over (it's not in good condition). Can I put cement board then tile directly onto the hardwoods or do I need plywood on the hardwoods then cement board then tile? I don't want the floors to be 2 thick in addition to the hardwoods.
Hillbill gave you good advice. I went to the site he recommended. It's straight up. I would add this; what you're looking for when you're done with the cementatious board is level. And, screws are better than nails on a wood floor.
Q:Can tiles be attached to gypsum board?
In the cut off the plate, can play a moisture-resistant role is the fiber cement board (Eide board). It is a fiber reinforced silicate plate, the main raw material is cement, plant fiber and minerals, by the high temperature autoclaved pressure, mainly used as building materials.
Q:Composite foam cement board fire board grade and fire resistance limit?
Composite foam cement board fire board fire rating: Fire rating Class A: Class A is a noncombustible material, Class A fire resistance rating is very high, and the price is quite expensive.
Q:My fear is that I will trap moisture where it shouldn't be. Is there such a thing as overkill?
No problem. i dont call it overkill. I would rather do it know than wish i had.
Q:do i need to put down cement board on concrete before laying tile?
no just clean and smooth the floor see flash patch .
Q:okay so im making a notebook collage n i was wondering if i can use rubber cement...oh and does it dry clear because i added some now and it's kinda dark colored and i don't want people to see the stains.. i dont have an eraser or anything like that!
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:This would be around the bathtub area. Not sure whether to use the same cement board tape and mortar at the ceiling line or to switch to regular wallboard joint compound. Which is correct? Thanks!
i think most of the time the boards come in a dimension that puts them below the ceiling line and the difference is filled in with water resistant drywall and finished regularly, then most of the cement board is covered in tile so little finish work is needed on it .. if its all the way up probably just tape it and finish as normal but strictly speaking, the whole layout isnt correct if it terminates at the ceiling joint ..
Q:Unfortinatly i already have the tile but i was hoping i could use self leveling cement then atattch the tile to it. is this even a posabilityor should i use hardyback board and if i do how can i atattch it to the cement
At Home Depot they have a liquid floor evening stuff. It is is the aisle with the tile and floor care. ask somebody they will know exactly what it is. trust me

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