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Which side of the board should face outwards?

For all Gyproc plasterboards, the coloured paper face with screw markings should face outwards and is the side suitable for plastering or direct decoration.

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What is the difference between BS and BS EN fire resistance test standards for plasterboard partitions?

BS EN 1363-1 better replicates the way a dry lining system is installed on site. In a BS 476-20 fire test, partitions are generally constructed to no more than 3m in height. The standard allows for maximum partition heights above 3m to be based on a ‘cold-state’, without the need to test at the heights they could be installed at on site.

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Can I use the moisture resistant version of a board and still achieve the same performance?

Where moisture resistance is required in a British Gypsum partition, lining or ceiling, the moisture-resistant version of a board, in the same thickness as the original specification, can be used without impacting the system performance.

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How do I install service penetrations in British Gypsum systems?

If services are required to penetrate a British Gypsum system, the system performances must be maintained. This includes fire resistance, acoustic separation and structural integrity.

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What head and base tracks should I use?

The type of head and base track you need is detailed in the Technical Specification document for the solution you choose. The head track may also change dependent on deflection head requirements.

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What is a deflection head?

There are details used at the top of partition systems when needing to allow for structural movement of the floor or roof above.

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