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Fire Resistant Gypsum Ceiling Panels





Gypsum lay-in ceiling panels are tiles which can be utilized in kitchens or food processing areas, storage areas, warehouses, utility rooms or another interior or soffit ceilings which might be economical and attractive instead of acoustical in performance. These are sustained by suspended ceiling grids.

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These gypsum panels are durable and offer cleanliness for the food processing areas. They are usually vinyl laminated to seal out dirt, moisture and odors. The vinyl surfaces are embossed and so are exceptionally stain resistant. Like withstand repeated washings. Lighting efficiency is maximized since they have exceedingly reflective surfaces.

Together with the laminated vinyl finish, there is absolutely no more need for additional finishing. If however a client so desires, it is recommended use two coats of alkyd or semi-shiny latex enamel. Also, an oil primer may be used then coated with oil paint or flat latex. Flat oil paint, two coats, can also be used.

The vinyl gypsum ceiling panels can also be licensed by the Department of Agriculture of the usa of America. The panels are cut easily which enable it to easily fit in standard suspended ceiling grids. They are easily washable. Lightly rubbing the outer lining with damp cloth or sponge using soap or detergent will remove dirt and marks. Strong organic solvent cleaners and steel wool usually are not recommended to use in cleansing the boards.

Detergents, 5% Nitric Acid, 10% Ammonia, Ethanol, Oleic Acid, Bleach, 10% Hydrochloric Acid, Carbon Tetrachloride, Hydrogen Peroxide, and Port Wine could have no influence on the gypsum panel regardless of whether these chemicals come into contact with the panels for 24 hours. They can be easily washed with water and soap. 10% Citric Acid, Ketchup, 10% Sodium Hydroxide, Fresh lemon juice, Coffee, Mayonnaise, Tea, Olive oil, Milk, Trisodium Phosphate, Crayon, Mustard, and Vinegar may also have no impact on the gypsum board even when subjected to these chemicals all day and night. Pencil marks will leave a really light stain though. Acetone exposure for 24 hours then washed with soap and water gives the panels a shiny finish.

Gypsum lay-in ceiling panels should not be found in areas which are directly subjected to water. They ought to also not used in pools, shower dressing rooms and in areas rich in humidity or moisture. Backload must be restricted to 0.5 pounds per square feet. Enclosed or unheated spaces over the ceiling panels needs to be properly ventilated. Retainers or hold down clips have to be provided in installations where sudden wind or air pressure change may uplift the panels. Don't use anything but an approved suspended system for exterior use when being installed outdoors.

The gypsum boards are available in 1/2" and 5/8" thick type X fire rated. A type X fire rating implies that the board includes a minimum fire rating of merely one hour, the actual feature most building codes. It is more fireresistant plus more expensive than the standard boards. Fire rated boards are generally necessary in living room areas and in such areas which might be vulnerable to fires.
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