Gyproc FRMR

Characteristics

Gyproc FRMR is a Fireline board with water repellent additives in the core. Gyproc FRMR consists of an aerated gypsum core with glass fibre, water repellent and other additives encased in, and firmly bonded to, strong paper liners.

Application

Used in drywall partitions where fire protection and moisture resistance are required. Also used for protection of structural steel elements.

Identification

  • Pink face paper
  • Green reverse side paper

Manufacturing Standards

IS 2095 - Part l, 2011

Thermal Conductivity

0.24 (W/m°K )

Specification

WIDTH (MM)LENGTH (MM)EDGE TYPE
12.5mm board, R = 0.05
12191830TE/SE
12.5MM BOARD, R = 0.078
12192438TE/SE
15mm board, R = 0.06
12191830TE/SE
12192438TE/SE

J.W. Marriott,

New Delhi

J.W. Marriott is a 5 star luxury hotel with 550 rooms located just outside the T3 airport terminal in New Delhi. The key requirement for this project was a system which would help in constructing the project faster, with walls that delivered high performance in terms of acoustics and fire rating.

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