Building Removing Partition Walls Cork

Plaster Slab Partition Walls

At I&V Construction General, Building Removing Partition Walls Cork, a Plasterboard is made of calcined gypsum or plaster mixed with sawdust or other fibrous material to reduce its weight. It has elements consisting of iron or wood molds of dimensions 1 to 2 m long, 30 cm high and 5 cm to 10 cm thick which are prepared plates in iron or wooden molds at Building Removing Partition Walls Cork. Inside the plasterboard are suitable grooves used for creating rigid joints. During this separation, walls, nails, and screws are often inserted into these plates. The surface of the plasterboard on this partition can be left smooth or rough, and the formwork will not be plastered. However, the surface roughness serves as a key to the plaster.

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