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Features & Benefit Sheet Multi-pro XS
Features, benefits and suitable applications for our high strength racking, A1 fire rated and BBA Certified Multi-pro XS building board.
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Features & Benefit Sheet Base Board
Features, benefits and suitable applications for our adaptable A1 fire rated, sheathing and render carrier board.
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Features & Benefit Sheet Multi-pro
Features, benefits and suitable applications for our BBA Certified A1 fire rated Multi-pro building board.
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Material Safety Data Sheet
Safe handling and working with Resistant Building Boards.
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Halspan Hardware Range Brochure
This brochure contains data sheets for our full range of essential hardware. For information on approved seals, fire and non fire rated door blanks and cores please refer to our Halspan product bro...
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Halspan Seals Range Brochure
This brochure contains product data sheets for our full range of fire, smoke and acoustic seals for fire rated and acoustic door assemblies.
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SUPALUX Specifiers Guide
An overview of uses and applications for Promat SUPALUX
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Riga Ignisafe
Birch plywood impregnated with fire retardant. Riga Ignisafe comes in two types, Riga Ply which is raw plywood and Riga Form overlaid on one face with a dark brown phenol film. Application includ...
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Drywall Manual - Fire Protection
GTEC Shaftwall range uses a specially designed system to protect voids and shafts in buildings. It resists pressure changes and enables installation from one side of the shaft only. GTEC Encasememt...
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Fire Stop Non Ventilated Cavity Barrier
Silverliner Open State Cavity Barrier is developed to protect the voids between the outer facade and the inner construction element of the building. This is the Non - Ventilated which keeps tight w...
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