Dry Lining & Partition Walls
We offer a wide range of Dry Lining and Partition Wall solutions, covering a vast array of applications. A full list of our services are outlined below.
These systems can utilise the entire range of boards, including wallboard, moisture board, sound shield, fire shield,and dense shield, depending on the performance required.
Metal Furring Linings
The system can be applied to the majority of all common masonry substrates. Pre-treatment of the background may be needed, depending on the background condition and the fixing method adopted. Any deleterious deposits, such as mould, oil or grease, must be removed.
Shaft Wall & Firefighting Shaft Wall
A fire and moisture resistant inner lining of coreboard allows the shaft enclosure to be constructed prior to the building being weather sealed. Shaftwall is used because it is highly durable and is able to withstand the effects of impact and water, to which it would be subjected during a fire, without losing its integrity or fire resistance. This means fire crews maintain protected access to all floors within the buildings
Wall Liner Linings
This system can utilise the entire range of boards available depending on the performance requirements. The boards are fixed onto a lightweight metal framework of channels fixed to brackets fixed to the background. This makes it capable to override substantial irregularities in the background. The lining void facilitates the introduction of thermal or acoustic insulation and provides containment for service runs.
Drywall Framed Encasements
Drywall Framed encasements are suitable for encasements of columns, beams and other structural steelwork. Up to two hours fire protection is achievable and it enables the exclusive use of fire shield boards throughout the building to make direct decoration quick and easy. Framed encasements utilise fire shields or moisture shields fixed onto a lightweight metal framework of C channels connected to the structural steelwork with fixing clips.
Independent I stud wall linings
This system can accommodate the entire range of plasterboards depending on the performance required. The boards are fixed onto a lightweight metal framework of I studs and U channels.
MF Ceiling System
The MF Ceiling system can accept some degree of loading and is the more traditional form of application. This system can utilise one or more layers of the entire range of plasterboards depending on the performance required. The boards are fixed onto a lightweight metal framework of primary channels, MF ceiling channels and perimeter channels.
Direct to Timber Ceilings
Direct to timber ceilings is the method for attaching plasterboard to the underside of timber floor joists and roof trusses. This system is widely used to line new ceilings or existing ceilings and can incorporate any type of plasterboard to maintain the performance required.
This system utilises one layer of plasterboard or insulating laminate boards. These boards are fixed with bonding compound in a regular pattern known as dot & dab, allowing the boards to be fixed with minimum projection. The system allows overriding nominal irregularities in the background and will accommodate shallow service runs within the lining void.
Suspended Ceilings can be installed to the majority of all applications to create personalised ceilings and meet technical requirements such as acoustics, moisture, hygiene and fire. This system can utilise many different styles, colours and textures of tiles.