Mostly used in the domestic scene. This type of ceiling is most common ceiling over the last decade. It is a cheaper version and used in flats, schools and town houses mainly. The gypsum board used is a 6.4mm board with either steel or timber brandering and the steel strips in between the boards. Finishes around perimeter walls will be covered by a cornice.
Gyproc RhinoBoard is manufactured according to the ISO 9001 Quality Management System and the ISO 14001 Environmental Management System. RhinoBoard is a plasterboard and consists of an aerated or foamed gypsum core encased in, and firmly bonded to, special paper liners. RhinoBoard is used as lining/cladding for ceilings, drywalls and drylining. RhinoBoard is non combustible and it is used as a lining in fire rated drywall and ceiling systems. The face (unprinted) surface should receive all decoration (i.e. gypsum based plaster, paint, vinyl, etc.). Do not decorate the printed surface. Do not expose standard RhinoBoard to contact with water. It is not recommended for use in industrial kitchens and industrial bathrooms or exterior applications.