Press Release: April 10, 2020
Siniat Weather Defence Board is a progressive new outside sheathing board, confronted with water repellent material for prevalent weather security. Solid, exceptionally dampness safe and A1 non-burnable. Weather Defense is a quicker path to a weather-tight structure contrasted with conventional sheathing board items.
Outer Sheathing Board and External Plasterboards
Siniat, one of Europe's driving makers in Impact resistant plasterboard, have made a progressive bit of pack that makes certain to weather the tempest.
The Siniat GTEC Weather Defense External Sheathing Board is a kind of outer damp proof plasterboards, bound with a water repellent for water and shape assurance of the most elevated bore.
The two-fold BBA-confirmed Weather Defense board is dimensionally vigorous, dampness safe and A1 non-ignitable, having set up itself as one of the swiftest and most straight forward strategies for protection that is perfect with different cladding frameworks. This outer sheathing board has solid airtightness, dependability and straightforwardness with which it's cut and introduced demonstrate why this has been introduced by over 75% of the Construction News' main 25 contractual workers and over 45% of AJ100 British Architects.
This is one of the most practical and lightweight items available today and a suitable choice to solidify a molecule board in outside frameworks. You have more choices of configuration detail with Weather Defense and can without much stretch specialty corners or bends in the material.
The gypsum center innovation guarantees high stable protection and a brilliant imperviousness to fire. It is accessible in a square edge and comes 12.5mm thick.
Applying Weather Defense Joint Tape :
establishment giving that constrained water infiltration through unlocked joints is worthy.
Seal even Gtec joint cement Xtra joints first and run tapes for vertical joints over the highest point of the flat band of tape.
than expelling takes from the sabrefix joist hangers Weather Defense board and gambling harm to the substrate.