What is FC sheeting made of?
Fibro or fibre cement sheeting produced and used today do not contain asbestos – it is a material made from cement, sand, water and cellulose wood fibres.
What is FC board?
Is an asbestos-free, cellulose fibre reinforced cement board that is very dense with a non-porous surface. The excellent water resistant properties and the mechanical strength makes it an ideal tile backer board that can be used in wet areas such as kitchens, bathrooms, shower areas and even spa centres.
What are concrete sheets?
Cement board sheets are made of cement and plant fibers containing cellulose. The primary use of cement board is as a backer for tile, brick and stone. It’s much better than drywall because it’s very strong, stiff and resistant to water.
What is a HardiePanel?
HardiePanel® vertical siding is factory-primed fiber-cement vertical siding available in a variety of sizes and textures. The ColorPlus coating is a factory applied, oven baked finish available on a variety of James Hardie siding and trim products.
What is Hardie board?
What Is Hardie Board Siding. Hardie Board remains the number one siding in America and continues to be the top of the line fiber cement siding. Fiber cement is a composite material comprised of cellulose wood fibers, sand, and water. As such, it is a durable material designed to mimic wood.
What is blue board used for?
Blue board is used for veneer plastering, and the surface paper has special absorption qualities. It has a high water and mold resistance and there are fewer steps involved in veneer plastering. Blue board drywall is not made for mud, tape, or paint.
Is Hardiflex water proof?
Once installed, HardieFlex sheets are resistant to damage caused by moisture, so there is usually no need to replace your wall or ceiling if some moisture gets in.
Is Scyon waterproof?
SCOPE External Decks & Balconies constructed with the James Hardies Scyon™ Secura™ floor sheeting can be waterproofed and/or tiled with the application defined as either a water resistant system over open spaces; or as a waterproof deck over habitable spaces.
What is BGC compressed fibre cement?
BGC Compressed Fibre Cement sheeting is manufactured from cement, finely-ground silica, cellulose fibres and water. After forming, we compress the sheeting to high density, then cure it in a high-pressure steam autoclave for an exceptionally durable, fit-for-purpose product.
What is the thickness of FCFC sheeting?
FC Sheeting Specifications. Fibre cement thicknesses vary between 4.5 – 18mm and also vary in density – the lower density resulting in a fibrous rough edge when cut and the higher density having a cleaner smoother edge when cut. Thermal resistance and sound transmission vary great between fibre cement products.
How do you bond BGC cement sheets together?
For interior applications BGC Compressed Fibre Cement sheets should be bonded together using HydrEpoxy 501, Hydraband 501 or equivalent. For exterior decking applications leave a 10mm gap between sheets to allow for movement. Insert a 10 mm backing rod into the gap and seal with a Polyurethane flexible sealant.
Why choose BGC fibre cement and Innova™?
BGC’s fibre cement and Innova™ solutions conform to the stringent requirements of the Building Code of Australia (BCA) on Class 9b education buildings. BGC offers a variety of light, cost-effective and easy-to-manage fibre cement and Innova™ alternatives to masonry and concrete construction.