Gyproc FireLine Board

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Gyproc Fireline plasterboard is a gypsum plasterboard that offers enhanced fire protection in various construction applications. The core of Gyproc FireLine consists of aerated gypsum, which is reinforced with glass fibre and other proprietary additives. These elements work in harmony to create a formidable barrier against fire hazards.

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What Is Gyproc Fireline? 

British Gypsum Gyproc Fireline is comprised of a specially aerated gypsum core, reinforced with glass fibre and other additives, and securely bonded to robust paper liners.

Compared to standard sister boards, these additional fire protection properties suit the boards for use in applications where more stringent fire performance is required. 

Let's explore a few of these below. 

Gyproc Fireline Applications

  • Partitions 
  • Wall lining applications - domestic separating walls
  • Ceiling systems
  • Steel encasement systems
  • To protect structural steel

Gyproc Fireline Benefits 

  • Increased fire protection characteristics
  • Identifiable by its pink paper lining 
  • Comprises a non combustible gypsum core 
  • Thermal Conductivity 0.24 W/mK
  • Can be plastered with either Thistle Multi-Finish or Thistle Board Finish
  • Suitable for drylining internal surfaces 

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Frequently Asked Gyproc FireLine Questions

What Is The Fire Rating of Gyproc FireLine?

Gyproc FireLine surfaces hold a prestigious Class 0 designation, meeting the requirements specified in the national Building Regulations.

What Is The Effect Of Temperature On Gyproc Fireline? 

Plasterboards, including Gyproc FireLine, are not suitable for use in temperatures above 49°C. However, they can withstand freezing conditions without risk of damage.

Can Gyproc FireLine be Used in Damp or Humid Conditions?

No, Gyproc FireLine is unsuitable for areas with continuously damp or humid conditions exceeding 70% RH, unless intermittent. 

It should not be used to isolate dampness.

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