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Our moto of quality service at a price you didn’t expect is our core business principle and in addition we bring years of experience and solutions to the table to address your drywalling requirement.

In today’s day and age drywalling is your answer to almost any interior solution you are looking for. Very few people know how versatile and cost effective drywalling prices truly is.  Consequently most know it for only one or two applications where it is used and as a result will be amazed at what solutions are available…

Drywalling is the process where you create almost all of your indoor walls without the use of cement, bricks or concrete. First of all, this is not only cheaper than brick walls but also much lighter, therefore, this is the preferred solution where extra weight on a slab is a risk factor.

Drywalling can be shaped to fit any installation.  It consists of  professionally manufactured gypsum board fitted to galvanized structures and is available in various sizes and finishes and thickness and as a result, can be curved, skimmed, gamazine, wall papered, cladded, painted ext…

The standard height for drywalling is 2100mm and  2400mm and 2700mm and 3000mm and 3600mm. Each of these heights is available as standard drywalling as either a 76mm system using a 51mm structure and two 12,5mm gypsum drywalling boards or a 89mm system using 63mm structure and two 12,5mm gypsum drywalling boards. In addition, a 128mm system using a 102mm structure is also available where applications need extra height and specific structural strength ext. The thickness of boards ranges from 9mm to 15mm and dual layers of boards can also be fitted where a particular outcome is required.

Furthermore drywalling can be thermally or acoustically insulated. Moisture boards are available for areas with higher than normal moisture levels and Fire Rated boards are available for areas where a fire rated wall is required.  Fibre cement boards, such is used for exterior use on houses in America, are also being used more often and has excellent weather resistant properties. As such we can now build complete houses using one of the variety of drywalling solutions available today. We have all seen footage of whole towns being leveled after a hurricane or tornado in America. As such we are partial to using the building methods of Australia where steel structures are used. With the steel structures being unable to “snap” like wood does, it allows for a much more ridged and storm resistant structure.

Acoustic Drywalling Solutions

Special note needs to be taken that a lot of contractors inform customers that thermal insulation such as Think Pink, Knauff ext can be used as acoustic insulation in drywalling and even though it will assist to some degree, it should be made known that the correct acoustic solution is products which are specifically manufactured for an acoustic drywalling application and has different densities to ensure a specific required dB reduction can be achieved.

In addition, the acoustic drywalling solutions can be provided in almost any height. Below is the introduction range from Isover which is called CavityBatt specifically designed for drywalling.

Some key features of CavityBatt we want to highlight is:

DESCRIPTION
Cavitybatt has been specially developed for use within steel frame structures, timber frame buildings and dry wall systems. Cavitybatts are manufactured using high quality Glasswool and are glass tissue faced on one side for ease of handling and improved rigidity.

QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
Isover products are manufactured according to ISO 9001:2008.

ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY
Isover products are manufactured according to ISO 14001:2004.
Less material, less energy and less emissions. Zero ozone depleting potential (ODP). Zero global warming potential (GWP)

FEATURES & BENEFITS 

Lifelong energy savings. Exceptional acoustic properties. Lightweight and easy to handle. Maintenance free. Long product life – will not readily age. Self supporting – will not sag. Compression packed – to reduce volume and optimise transport and storage. High tear strength yet readily cut with a sharp blade

FIRE PROPERTIES
Non-combustible – tested to SANS 10177 Part 5. Class A1, s1, d0 according to EN 13823. EUROCLASS A1 – EN 13501-1

THERMAL PROPERTIES
Contributes to indoor comfort and lifelong energy savings by reducing heat loss/gain due to the inherent thermal insulation properties. A drywalling system correctly designed and insulated will offer the same or better thermal properties than a conventional brick and mortar construction.

ACOUSTIC PROPERTIES
Offers exceptional acoustic properties and enhances indoor environmental quality by absorption of noise. Isover insulation reduces sound transmission to and from a room or building. A drywalling system correctly designed and insulated will offer the same or better acoustical properties than a conventional brick and mortar construction.

DURABILITY
Odourless, inert and fully compatible with all standard building materials and components. Will not promote corrosion of steel, copper
or aluminium. Will not sustain vermin. Will not breed or promote fungi, mould or bacteria. Non-hygroscopic

ARCHITECTURAL SPECIFICATION
Install (51/63/100/102) mm thick self-supporting noncombustible lightweight, glass tissue faced Glasswool “Cavitybatt insulation”, offering a thermal resistance value of (1.34/1.66/2.63/2.68) m2.K/W for heat and/or acoustic control. Install strictly in accordance to manufacturer’s detail and specification.

Rhinowall Standard SoundBlock (51)

Sound Rating Rw49dB

Fire Rating 1hour

51mm x 35mm Donn UltraSteel studs at 600mm centres friction fitted into 51mm x 25mm Donn UltraSteel top and bottom track. Apply 2 continuous beads of soundseal between the drywalling framework and the structure. Install non-combustible 63mm Cavitybatt insulation of density 14kg/m³ between the drywalling studs with glasswool tissue facing the installer. Fit securely with closely butted joints, leaving no gaps. Fix 1 layer 15mm FireStop RhinoBoard to both sides of the drywalling framework using 25mm streaker screws at 220mm centers. All joints should be staggered. Apply RhinoTape to all face layer joints. In wet areas replace face layer of FireStop RhinoBoard with 15mm MR Rhinoboard. (Jointed finish-cover RhinoTape with 2 layers of RhinoGlide/Skimmed finish-cover RhinoTape with one layer of RhinoLite and apply 3-5 mm RhinoLite skim coat plaster)

Rhinowall Standard SoundBlock (58)

Sound Rating Rw49dB

Fire Rating 1hour

58mm x 35mm Donn ultraSteel studs at 600mm centres friction fitted into 58mm x 25mm Donn UltraSteel top and bottom track. Apply 2 continuous beads of soundseal between the drywalling framework and the structure. Install non-combustible 63mm cavitybatt insulation of density 14kg/m³ between the drywalling studs with glasswool tissue facing the installer. Fit securely with closely butted joints, leaving no gaps. Fix 1 layer 15mm FireStop RhinoBoard to both sides of the drywalling framework using 25mm streaker screws at 220mm centers. All joints should be staggered. Apply RhinoTape to all face layer joints. In wet areas replace face layer of FireStop RhinoBoard with 15mm MR Rhinoboard. (Jointed finish-cover RhinoTape with 2 layers of RhinoGlide/Skimmed finish-cover RhinoTape with one layer of RhinoLite and apply 3-5 mm RhinoLite skim coat plaster)

Rhinowall Standard SoundBlock (102)

Sound Rw52dB

Fire Rating 1hour

102mm x 35mm Donn ultraSteel studs at 600mm centres friction fitted into 102mm x 25mm Donn UltraSteel top and bottom track. Apply 2 continuous beads of soundseal between the drywalling framework and the structure. Install non-combustible 63mm Cavitybatt insulation of density 14kg/m³ between the drywalling studs with glasswool tissue facing the installer. Fit securely with closely butted joints, leaving no gaps. Fix 1 layer 15mm FireStop RhinoBoard to both sides of the drywalling framework using 25mm streaker screws at 220mm centers. All joints should be staggered. Apply RhinoTape to all face layer joints. In wet areas replace face layer of FireStop RhinoBoard with 15mm MR Rhinoboard. (Jointed finish-cover RhinoTape with 2 layers of RhinoGlide/Skimmed finish-cover RhinoTape with one layer of RhinoLite and apply 3-5 mm RhinoLite skim coat plaster)

Rhinowall HiSpeck SoundBlock (58)

Sound Rating Rw54dB

Fire Rating 2hours

58mm x 35mm Donn ultraSteel studs at 600mm centres friction fitted into 58mm x 25mm Donn UltraSteel top and bottom track. Apply 2 continuous beads of soundseal between the drywalling framework and the structure. Install non-combustible 63mm Cavitybatt insulation of density 14kg/m³ between the drywalling studs with glasswool tissue facing the installer. Fit securely with closely butted joints, leaving no gaps. Fix 2 layers 15mm FireStop RhinoBoard to both sides of the drywalling framework using 25mm and 41mm streaker screws at 220mm centers. All joints should be staggered. Apply RhinoTape to all face layer joints. In wet areas replace face layer of FireStop RhinoBoard with 15mm MR Rhinoboard. (Jointed finish-cover RhinoTape with 2 layers of RhinoGlide/Skimmed finish-cover RhinoTape with one layer of RhinoLite and apply 3-5 mm RhinoLite skim coat plaster)

Rhinowall Highspeck Sound (102)

Sound Rating Rw55dB

Fire Rating 2hours

102mm x 35mm Donn ultraSteel studs at 600mm centres friction fitted into 102mm x 25mm Donn UltraSteel top and bottom track. Apply 2 continuous beads of soundseal between the drywalling framework and the structure. Install non-combustible 102mm Cavitybatt insulation of density 14kg/m³ between the drywalling studs with glasswool tissue facing the installer. Fit securely with closely butted joints, leaving no gaps. Fix 2 layers 15mm FireStop RhinoBoard drywalling boards to both sides of the drywalling framework using 25mm and 41mm streaker screws at 220mm centers. All joints should be staggered. Apply RhinoTape to all face layer joints. In wet areas replace face layer of FireStop RhinoBoard with 15mm MR Rhinoboard. (Jointed finish-cover RhinoTape with 2 layers of RhinoGlide/Skimmed finish-cover RhinoTape with one layer of RhinoLite and apply 3-5 mm RhinoLite skim coat plaster)

Rhinowall Secure SoundBlock

Sound Rating Rw58dB

Fire Rating 2hours

102mm x 35mm Donn ultraSteel studs at 600mm centres friction fitted into 102mm x 25mm Donn UltraSteel top and bottom track. Apply 2 continuous beads of soundseal between the drywalling framework and the structure. Install non-combustible 102mm Cavitybatt insulation of density 14kg/m³ between the drywalling studs with glasswool tissue facing the installer. Fit securely with closely butted joints, leaving no gaps. Fix 2 layers 15mm FireStop RhinoBoard to both sides of the drywalling framework (with 0.5mm galvanised sheet sandwiched between them) using 25mm and 41mm streaker screws at 220mm centers. All joints should be staggered. Apply RhinoTape to all face layer joints. In wet areas replace face layer of FireStop RhinoBoard with 15mm MR Rhinoboard. (Jointed finish-cover RhinoTape with 2 layers of RhinoGlide/Skimmed finish-cover RhinoTape with one layer of RhinoLite and apply 3-5 mm RhinoLite skim coat plaster)

RhinoWall PartyWall

Sound Rating Rw63dB

Fire Rating 2hours

2 Drywalling frame works of 58mm x 35mm Donn ultraSteel studs at 600mm centres friction fitted into 58mm x 25mm Donn UltraSteel top and bottom track. 50mm gap between the drywalling frameworks Apply 2 continuous beads of soundseal between the drywalling framework and the structure. Install non-combustible 102mm Cavitybatt insulation of density 14kg/m³ between the drywalling studs with glasswool tissue facing the installer. Fit securely with closely butted joints, leaving no gaps. Fix 2 layers 15mm FireStop RhinoBoard to both sides of the drywalling framework using 25mm and 41mm streaker screws at 220mm centers. All joints should be staggered. Apply RhinoTape to all face layer joints of the drywalling. In wet areas replace face layer of FireStop RhinoBoard with 15mm MR Rhinoboard. (Jointed finish-cover Rhino Tape with 2 layers of RhinoGlide/Skimmed finish-cover RhinoTape with one layer of RhinoLite and apply 3-5 mm RhinoLite skim coat plaster)

RhinoWall PartyWall Secure

Sound Rating Rw63dB

Fire Rating 2hours

2 Drywalling frame works of 58mm x 35mm Donn UltraSteel studs at 600mm centres friction fitted into 58mm x 25mm Donn UltraSteel top and bottom track. 50mm gap between the drywalling frameworks. Apply 2 continuous beads of soundseal between the drywalling framework and the structure. Install non-combustible 102mm Cavitybatt insulation of density 14kg/m³ between the drywalling studs with glasswool tissue facing the installer. Fit securely with closely butted joints, leaving no gaps between the drywalling boards. Fix 2 layers 15mm FireStop RhinoBoard to both sides of the drywalling framework (with 0.5 galvanised sheet sandwiched between them) using 25mm and 41mm streaker screws at 220mm centers. All joints should be staggered. Apply RhinoTape to all face layer joints of the drywalling. In wet areas replace face layer of FireStop RhinoBoard with 15mm MR Rhinoboard. (Jointed finish-cover RhinoTape with 2 layers of RhinoGlide/Skimmed finish-cover RhinoTape with one layer of RhinoLite and apply 3-5 mm RhinoLite skim coat plaster)

The above specification are from the CavityBatt range of acoustic insulation and better values can be achieved. Dual structure versions of the above can also be used to higher dB reduction ratings. In some applications “air gaps” are allowed for to further more assist in reducing sound vibrations from being passed directly from the first structure to the next.

For areas where security is of high priority there is also a variety of solutions available. Some of these solutions has been used in banks for years without you as a customer ever being aware that security was provided using a drywall solution. The first option is to fit 0.5mm galvanized sheet between the structure and drywall board on one side and to secure the sheets with tech screws. Where an even higher level security is required the galvanized sheeting can be fitted to both sides of the structure. Another option is to fit fibre cement boards instead of gypsum boards. Again it can be fitted to one side only or both sides. Both the fibre cement board and galvanized sheeting will require a grinder to cut through their surface and will not only make it a pain staking task to gain access to the secured area, but also a very noisy one. As a final solution, for the highest level of security drywalling can provide, a combination of the fibre cement boards and galvanized sheets can be used. At this level, it can easily be said that it will be a much more tedious task to get access than which it would be to break through a double brick wall. Quite amazing!!! And sure that you were not aware of this level of security that can be provided from drywalling…

Fire Rated Drywalling

Again extremely high levels of fire rating can be achieved, without putting the weight a brick wall would cause, on the slab. Some of the most common uses for fire rated walls is kitchens, document rooms, enterprise server rooms, divisions between office/factories/shops and even in residential developments such as the ones where old buildings are converted to low cost residential units with fire rating being dictated by the relevant authorities due to the amount of residence in these buildings and the inherited risk to their safety during a fire. As for the security walls, there is multiple options available with each providing its own level of fire protection. Quite an interesting fact and not a too well known fact is that gypsum is extremely resilient against fires and that even standard gypsum boards, even though unrated, has about a 30 minute resistance against fire. A simple test of gypsum’s thermal resistant qualities, and one most of us has encountered at some stage or another, is the difference a 6,4mm gypsum ceiling board makes to the heat that radiates from your roof into your house. As anybody who has been in the roof cavity in the middle of the day during summer can tell you, temperatures in the roof reach searing temperatures . It also needs to be noted that the normal aluminium door frames, hinges, glazing sections and wall channel used with standard drywalling can’t be used for fire rated walls. This is purely because the aluminium melts at a too low temperature thus comprising the fire protection of these walls. For the same reason normal doors and glass can’t be used either. Special fire rated door and door frames and hinges that is certified to withstand the fire for the specific time fire protection is require for, has to be installed. Again there is a multitude of options available which can cater for any desired outcome specified in the industry today. They can vary from different structure sizes, more than one structure, fire blanket or fire retardant materials in the cavity of the walls, 0,5mm galvanized sheeting on one or both sides of the structure, 12mm or 15mm fire rated gypsum boards, having more than one layer of board on each side of the structure and even being painted with fire retardant paints. We still find it extremely fascinating each day…

Below is some more information which will help you make the correct decision on your specific requirements:

30 Minute Fire Rated Drywalling

Above 30 Minute Fire Rated Drywalling is constructed by inserting 63mm steel studs, spaced at 600mm, into 64mm steel floor tracks fitted to the floor and ceiling. The structure is then cladded both side with a single 12mm standard tapered edge plasterboard and fixed to the structure using 25mm drywalling screws spaced at a maximum spacing of 220mm. Joints are taped using fiber tape and plastered according to manufacture’s specification. Joints to be staggered versus joints on boards on opposite side.

60 Minute Fire Rated Drywalling

Above 60 Minute Fire Rated Drywalling is constructed by inserting 63mm steel studs, spaced at 600mm, into 64mm steel floor tracks fitted to the floor and ceiling. The structure is then cladded both side with a single 15mm Fire Rated tapered edge plasterboard and fixed to the structure using 25mm drywalling screws spaced at a maximum spacing of 220mm. Joints are taped using fiber tape and plastered according to manufacture’s specification. Joints to be staggered versus joints on boards on opposite side.

60 Minute Fire Rated Drywalling

Above 60 Minute Fire Rated Drywalling is constructed by inserting 63mm steel studs, spaced at 600mm, into 64mm steel floor tracks fitted to the floor and ceiling. The structure is then cladded both side with a double layer of 12mm standard tapered edge plasterboards and fixed to the structure using 25mm and 40mm drywalling screws spaced at a maximum spacing of 220mm. Joints are taped using fiber tape and plastered according to manufacture’s specification. Joints to be staggered versus joints on boards on opposite side and also versus the second layer of boards fitted.

60 Minute Fire Rated Drywalling

Above 60 Minute Fire Rated Drywalling is constructed by inserting 63mm steel studs, spaced at 600mm, into 64mm steel floor tracks fitted to the floor and ceiling. A high density fireblanket is inserted between the studs. The structure is then cladded both side with a single layer of 12mm standard tapered edge plasterboards and fixed to the structure using 25mm drywalling screws spaced at a maximum spacing of 220mm. Joints are taped using fiber tape and plastered according to manufacture’s specification. Joints to be staggered versus joints on boards on opposite side.

120 Minute Fire Rated Drywalling

Above 120 Minute Fire Rated Drywalling is constructed by inserting 63mm steel studs, spaced at 600mm, into 64mm steel floor tracks fitted to the floor and ceiling. The structure is then cladded both sides with a dual layer of 12,5mm Fire Rated tapered edge plasterboards with 0.5mm galvanized sheeting between the two layers of 12.5mm Fire Rated boards on both sides and fixed to the structure using 25mm and 40mm drywalling screws spaced at a maximum spacing of 220mm. Joints are taped using fiber tape and plastered according to manufacture’s specification. Joints to be staggered versus joints on boards on opposite side and also versus the second layer of boards fitted.

120 Minute Fire Rated Drywalling

Above 120 Minute Fire Rated Drywalling is constructed by inserting 63mm steel studs, spaced at 600mm, into 64mm steel floor tracks fitted to the floor and ceiling. The structure is then cladded both sides with a dual layer of 15mm Fire Rated tapered edge plasterboards on both sides and fixed to the structure using 25mm and 40mm drywalling screws spaced at a maximum spacing of 220mm. Joints are taped using fiber tape and plastered according to manufacture’s specification. Joints to be staggered versus joints on boards on opposite side and also versus the second layer of boards fitted.

60 Minute Fire Rated Drywalling

Above 60 Minute Fire Rated Drywalling is constructed by inserting 102mm steel studs, spaced at 600mm, into 103mm steel floor tracks fitted to the floor and ceiling. The structure is then cladded both sides with a single layer of 15mm Fire Rated tapered edge plasterboard on both sides and fixed to the structure using 25mm drywalling screws spaced at a maximum spacing of 220mm. Joints are taped using fiber tape and plastered according to manufacture’s specification. Joints to be staggered versus joints on boards on opposite side.

120 Minute Fire Rated Drywalling

Above 120 Minute Fire Rated Drywalling is constructed by inserting 102mm steel studs, spaced at 600mm, into 103mm steel floor tracks fitted to the floor and ceiling. The structure is then cladded both sides with a double layer of 15mm Fire Rated tapered edge plasterboard on both sides and fixed to the structure using 25mm and 40mm drywalling screws spaced at a maximum spacing of 220mm. Joints are taped using fiber tape and plastered according to manufacture’s specification. Joints to be staggered versus joints on boards on opposite side and also versus the second layer of boards fitted.

Moisture Resistant Drywalling

Most noteworthy is that in all wet areas such as bathrooms and showers, as well as locations with high humidity and moisture levels our moisture resistant Gypsum board is recommended. A moisture resistant Gypsum board is supported with special additives in the core, therefore retards the absorption rate of moisture, while ensuring that the Gypsum board maintains its high-performance level over time.

All joints are fiber taped to prevent cracking and plastered and sanded to a final smooth finish.  Therefore the final drywalling finish looks precisely the same as a normal plastered brick wall.

Curved Drywalling

In conclusion, LPMBP Construction experts will assist you to transform the desired area regardless of any technical difficulties or requirements and assist you to ensure that you have the correct application to meet your desired outcome…

Below is a link which provides a bit more information on the drywalling process:

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