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Dry wall profile

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Dry wall profile

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Dry wall profile

  1. 1. DRY WALL HISTORY A drywall (gypsum wallboard) panel is made of a paper liner wrapped around an inner core made primarily from gypsum plaster
  2. 2. Today, drywall, wallboard, whatever you choose to call it - is found in most buildings and homes.
  3. 3. WHY IS PLASTERBOARD SO GOOD Plasterboard is one of the most important Decoration and Building Materials due to the following reasons: 1 - Light Weight on Structure. 2 - Fast & Easy Installation. 3 - Give more spaces & areas. 4 - Smooth Surfaces which make Painting Works faster & cheaper.
  4. 4. -Fast & Easy installation of concealed water & electrical pipes & cables. -The ideal way to cover Air- conditioning pipes & ducts in ceilings & walls. -Environmentally friendly due to Plaster & Cardboard Specs.
  5. 5. PROFILES (WALL STUDS) Profiles are building the under construction of Dry Lining Constructions. They are produced from zinc coated steel (Galvanized)
  6. 6. PARTITION PROFILES RUNNERS: Horizontal profiles to fix the partition to floor and ceiling
  7. 7. PARTITION PROFILES STUDS: Vertical profiles inserted into the RUNNERS; bearing profiles of the partition; used for fixing of partition covering.
  8. 8. CEILING PROFILES A suspended Ceiling is called a number of other names as well, also Known, as a false ceiling or secondary ceiling or a hung Ceiling.
  9. 9. CEILING PROFILES MAIN CEILING CHANNEL: The metal framing members of the ceiling grid are called main ceiling channel. Main ceiling channel or hung from above by suspension hanger. They run between the wall angles and form the support system for the suspended ceiling.
  10. 10. CEILING PROFILES FURRING CHANNEL: Furring + Main channel: ceiling profiles which are inserted into UD profiles; used as the upper/main and lower/furring channel for suspended ceilings. Plasterboard cladding is fixed directly to them.
  11. 11. CEILING PROFILES WALL ANGLE: Wall Angle to fix the ceilings to surrounding constructions. They ensure a finished edge where the ceiling meets the wall and establish the level of ceiling.

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