Friday, August 5, 2011


Fibre cement is a composite material made up of sand, cement and cellulose fibres. It is a Green product – non-toxic, non-asbestos, use recycled fibres as raw materials, has low embodied energy and is a substitute for wood.

They normally come either as panels of 8' x 4' or else they come as sidings of 200mm width. The thickness varies from 6mm to 20mm. They are normally fixed over a GI stud framework which is anchored to the wall or structure which is to be clad. The cost of the Fiber cement board is reasonable, however, the GI stud framework is expensive, which increases the overall cost.

Applications:  Wall cladding, false ceilings, Flooring, eave boards etc.


v Good resistance to moisture and is durable.
v Easy to handle and install
vCompetitive prices and good range of products
vCan be painted over & finished neatly.
vIt is non-combustible.

External Wall cladding

As interior partition


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