Non-combustible glass-reinforced gypsum plasterboard.

Highly versatile, Class A1 and Class 0, suitable for constructing all forms of partition and ceilings, including curved applications, giving high levels of fire and impact protection.

Non-combustible Glasroc F boards, developed using paper-free glass fibre technology, provide the basis for a range of steel encasement and specialist lining systems. These offer quick and simple installation, and measurable performance for maximum protection and safety. The high impact resistance and moisture tolerance properties of Glasroc F make it suitable for installation in semi-exposed areas before the building envelope is complete, saving cost and time on major projects. Glasroc F performance has enhanced moisture resistant performance, now reaching H1 moisture absorption.

  • White face
  • White reverse side
  • Available in square edge and in full pallets only
  • Packed on wooden pallets and covered with a plastic hood
  • Thermal Conductivity 0.30W/mK
  • Conforms to EN 15283-1

6mm board

Order Code Width (mm) Length (mm) Weight (kg/m²) Edge Type R value
25362/1 1200 2400 6.0 S/E 0.02
25363/8 1200 3000 6.0 S/E 0.02

10mm board

Order Code Width (mm) Length (mm) Weight (kg/m²) Edge Type R value
25669/1 1200 2400 8.5 S/E 0.03
26687/4 1200 2700 8.5 S/E 0.03
25695/0 1200 3000 8.5 S/E 0.03

12.5mm board

Order Code Width (mm) Length (mm) Weight (kg/m²) Edge Type R value
25926/5 1200 2400 10.6 S/E 0.04
26688/1 1200 2700 10.6 S/E 0.04
25130/6 1200 3000 10.6 S/E 0.04

What is the maximum temperature that Thistle plaster can be used at?

For gypsum based products the maximum temperature in normal use is 49oC.

What radius do plasterboards achieve?

The minimum bend radius of plasterboard varies depending on board thickness and type. 12.5mm Gyproc WallBoard can be curved to a minimum radius of 3600mm and 15mm to 4800mm for example. 6mm Glasroc F MULTIBOARD is our best performing board in terms of bending being able to be curved to minimum radius 600mm. Please see WHITE BOOK Chapter 05 Section 04 Page 03 for further details.