fire rating of gypsum wallboard

Fire-Rated Gypsum Board Interior Wallboard | ToughRock

Fire-rated gypsum board ToughRock Fireguard 45 is the only standard 1/2" interior wallboard with fire-resistance for 45-minute UL classified fire-rated assemblies.【Get Price】

Fire Rated Gypsum - CertainTeed

Type X fire rated gypsum drywall that is 5/8 -inch (15.9mm) thick and installed on each side of nominal 2-inch x 4-inch (38x89mm) wood studs spaced 16-inch (400mm) o.c. or 3-5/8 inch (610 mm) steel studs spaced 24” o.c. has a minimum fire rating for the assembly of 1 hour which is a typical requirement for many building codes.【Get Price】

Sheetrock® Brand Ultracode® Core Gypsum Panels

Can provide 1-4 hr. fire ratings with fewer layers of gypsum panels than are typically required when used in approved applications; Comply with ASTM C1396 Standard Specification for Gypsum Board for 3/4 in. (19.1 mm) and Type X gypsum wallboard【Get Price】

Fire Safety Information 5/8' Type X Gypsum Wallboard (English)

Important Fire Safety Information 5/8” Type X Gypsum Wallboard Standards Testing and Certification Summary • Type X gypsum wallboard 5/8" in thickness ("5/8" type X wallboard") is manufactured for use as one component of an assembly/system (such as a wall) where a fire resistance rating is【Get Price】

Fire-Shield® C™ Gypsum Board Panels | Gold Bond®

Gypsum Board is easily cut for quick installation permitting painting or other decoration and the installation of metal or wood trim almost immediately. Gold Bond® Fire-Shield C™ Gypsum Board panels have a specially formulated Type X core to achieve superior performance when used in specific fire-rated Type C assemblies.【Get Price】

Fireproof Drywall - Basics of Fire-Rated Type X Drywall

Drywall typically comes in 1/4-inch 3/8-inch and 1/2-inch thicknesses. Type X drywall is 5/8 inches thick. In addition to the usual gypsum found in regular drywall fire-rated drywall contains glass fibers to form a super-tough core. The gypsum and fiberglass are packed tighter and denser than with regular drywall.【Get Price】

Do I Need Fire-Rated Drywall? | CertainTeed

Type C fire-rated drywall has more glass fiber reinforcement and other ingredients in the gypsum core that makes its fire-resistive properties superior to Type X. Q: What is the difference between one-hour fire-rated drywall and three-hour fire-rated drywall and where would each one be used?【Get Price】

Lightweight Fire-Rated Drywall Wallboard Gypsum Board

Lighten up installation and meet requirements for ASTM C1396 Type LWX gypsum drywall in fire-rated walls and ceilings This 5/8” (15.9 mm) panel is UL certified Type LWX for use in a variety of fire-rated wood and steel-framed assemblies including some fire-rated ceiling assemblies. 1 No back blocking is required for fire-rated ceiling 【Get Price】

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