L*W: 4’*8′, 4’*9′, 3’*6′ 3’*7′ 3’*8′, 3’*9′,
Note:Other standard size,we also can be provide customerization.
Manufacture standard:GB25970-2010<inorganic non-combustible composite board>
HBD inorganic non-combustible composite board is made of magnesium oxide, magnesium chloride, middle alkali glass fiber mesh, expanded perlite, sawdust, and other auxiliary materials and additives,which is advanced process,demould, conservation,anti-halogen processing and drying processes.What’s more it is popular in the world.It is divided into building materials board and fire resistance board according to processes, formulas.Its technical indicators are completely compliance with the requirements of GB 25970-2010<inorganic non-combustible composite board> standard.
The surface density of magnesium oxide board is 0.8-1.2g/cm3.It is reduced the building loading, and made the building weight of interior wall reduce 60% more, meanwhile,increased the used area about 5-8%.Light weight board benefit to the structure anti-vibration, and efficiently decrease the cost of groundwork and struct body.
1.Fireproof, non-combustible.Class A1 non-combustible sheet.
2.Waterproof, moisture-proof, anti-corrosion, acid and alkali resistance.
3.Heat insulation, and sound insulation.
4.Low shrinkage rate, light weight, and high strength, overall low density.
5.Smooth surface, can be painted, pasted tile, pasted wallpaper and other decorative materials.
6.Excellent fire resistance performance.Using 12mm thickness plate can be made partition,it can reach 4 hours of fire resistance.
7.Construction cost of low, and can be cut, saw,nail,and bent.
Main application areas:
Fire resistance board series:Used in the tunnel ceiling, steel structure column, beam,horizontal floor, fire partition wall, and room dividers.
Decorative board series:Used in the hotels, office building, residential renovation.
Substrate board series:Used in ceiling, partition, fireproof door core,warehouse board and lining board.
Sound-absorption board series:Used in the subways,bus stations, theaters, factories, and other public building.
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