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Gypsum Board with Glass Fiber Nonwoven Fabric

This product is a gypsum board without using any paper, reinforced by incorporating fiberglass as its core material, mixing fiberglass nonwoven fabric
<fiberglass tissues> in both front and back sides of the board.



8mm thick,5mm thick
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Product Specification and Dimension
Tiger Glass Rock


Fiber reinforced gypsum board with remarkable "soft rigidity" and "tenaciousness" compared to conventional gypsum board by mixing fiberglass into the "gypsum" and also inserting glass tissues on both front and back sides.

[Applications]
5mm thickness: for curved surface installation
8mm thickness: walls that can resist fire for 1 hour

Features

  • Because it is a noncombustible material, it can be applied to a wide range of interior restrictions.
  • It has flexibility and toughness.
  • Construction is easy as with a gypsum board.
  • Construction with a radius of curvature of 1000mm is possible with 5mm thick products.

Performance (measured value)

  Tiger Glass Rock
Thickness (mm) 5 8
Specific gravity 0.84 0.84
Bending fracture load (N) 200 320
Shock resistance Recess diameter (mm) 20 15
Crack なし なし
Penetration etc. なし なし

Test method
  • Bend breaking load: According to JIS A 690
    :Load is applied perpendicular to the longitudinal direction of the board.
  • Shock resistance:
    According to JIS A 1408 (Bending and impact resistance test method for construction boards).
    * Entire surface is supported on sand and 530g of spherical weight dropped into it from a height of 650 mm

Fireproof material certification number

Fireproof performance Thickness Size
Noncombustible:NM-2286 5mm、8mm 910×1,820
910×2,420
910×2,730
* Depending on the region, it may take time to deliver.
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