ToughRock abuse-resistant board consists of a fire-resistant, noncombustible (as described and tested in accordance with ASTM E 136), dimensionally stable gypsum core formed between a face layer of heavy, smooth, abuse-resistant paper and a back layer of heavy liner paper. The heavy-duty face paper is highly resistant to scuffing when sanding joints and fasteners and provides a superior surface for decoration. It readily accepts a wide range of decorative finishes. ToughRock abuse-resistant drywall meets the criteria for Type X special fire resistance, as defined in ASTM C 36.
Drywall / Wallboard Dimensions Edge Standards
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ToughRock Abuse-resistant Gypsum Wallboard For interior wall and ceiling assemblies in high-traffic areas where surface durability and indentation resistance are especially important. This panel ccomodates a wide range of decorative treatments. 5/8" 4' 8' to 12' C 36 C 1396 SS-L-30D Type III Grade X A82.27-M
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The data relating to fire and sound-tested assemblies is based on the characteristics, properties and performance of materials and systems obtained under controlled test conditions as set forth under the appropriate ASTM standard, such as E 108 (fire), E 90 (sound) or E 72 (structural).
Exterior Wood-Framed Wall
Exterior Steel-Framed Wall
Column Fire Protection
Beam Fire Protection
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