Following extensive research with its customers, British Gypsum White Book has improved the White Book to give easier navigation and cross-referencing. Additional changes to the book include a re-ordering of its contents in line with specification and construction phases for a project, with key product and system benefits listed to aid the selection of the correct system to meet performance requirements.
The White Book is available to view and download online and is complemented by the online System Selector tool, which allows users to search and download product information, such as BIM data and CAD drawings.
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We are always committed to incorporating customer feedback into our products, systems and services,” said Mike Chaldecott, managing director at British Gypsum White Book. “The updated White Book ensures specifiers have more detailed and accessible product data to make better informed specification choices in the current time of change for the construction industry.”
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British Gypsum has launched its new White Book to help construction professionals specifying internal partitions, wall linings, flooring, and acoustic ceiling systems.
Following extensive research with its customers, including online interviews and focus groups, British Gypsum has improved its White Book to give easier navigation and cross-referencing.
The plaster and plasterboard manufacturer has also re-ordered the White Book in line with specification and construction phases for a project, with key product and system benefits listed to aid the selection of the correct system to meet performance requirements
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system performance warranty confirms that British Gypsum White Book proprietary systems will perform as specified for the lifetime of the building. The SpecSure® warranty requires that all components are specified in full and constructed in accordance with British Gypsum’s installation guidance. For more details see the British Gypsum website. Always check with the design team before making any changes to the chosen specification, ensuring appropriate substantiation is sought to confirm that the solution still meets all required project performances
What is Gypsum crossword clue?
We hope that the following list of synonyms for the word alabaster will help you to finish your crossword today. We’ve arranged the synonyms in length order so that they are easier to find.
Gypsum powder is a natural product found in deposits throughout the United States. It begins as a soft, white mineral rock and is processed to make a dry powder. Naturally occurring gypsum is composed of calcium, sulfur, oxygen and hydrogen. Gypsum powder is mainly used in building materials such as drywall, but it is also useful in agriculture as a soil fertilizer and conditioner. Gypsum can be also be used as a food additive to enhance the texture of ingredients in processed foods.
What can I do with leftover gypsum?
he main opportunity for recycling gypsum in the construction sector lies in gypsum board. Also known as drywall, sheetrock, or plasterboard, gypsum board is used as ceiling and wall panels in building construction.
Even though the option to recycle gypsum board has long been available, most often, boards are disposed of in landfills as a result of challenges associated with diversion and contamination.
British Gypsum East Leake
Our East Leake site is home to our head offices, British Gypsum White Book including our Research and Development and independent UKAS Accredited testing laboratories. It’s also where you’ll find our IT department, Marketing Team, Technical Support Team and Customer Service centres. Plus, one of our plaster and plasterboard manufacturing facilities is on site too.
Our state of the art Training Academy is also located at East Leake and is just one of five dedicated training academies in the UK. As part of our commitment to investing in education for the next generation of builders, the academy has been newly refurbished to provide an enhanced training environment.