Gypsum Board Formation and Applications

Gypsum board is a panel board product in the other names of plasterboard, wallboard or drywall which is manufactured from gypsum rock. The gypsum rocks are crushed to make a fine powder and heated to form calcined gypsum that is applied as a base of gypsum plaster and gypsum products. The gypsum board is formed as layers of paper with the slurry which is a mixture of the calcined gypsum with water applied in between of each layer. Later, the chemical formation is turned into a rock state so the paper is bonded together with the chemical and finally it is used as a gypsum product for further applications.
Gypsum board has many types that vary with different shapes, edges and measurements. Also, the plasterboard is varied based on the applications such as
• Water resistant gypsum board
• Type C & X board based on the sizes
• Sag Resistant board
• Regular gypsum board
• Mold resistant
• Non-paper-faced board
• Gypsum Sheathing
• Gypsum Liner Board
• Gypsum Base
• Foil backed board
• Eased Edge board and more.
Gypsum Board or Plaster Board is applied over concrete surface, metal, and wood with paper and fibre glass. It is used mainly for construction work – ceiling, wall, interior decoration, joint surface, and commercial structures. It is best for fire resistant, plywood veneer with good quality and durable.