Paper for Gypsum Board. It consists of a large sheet of gypsum plasterboard that is typically up to a half-inch thick (about 1 cm), and which is often cut into four by eight foot panels (about 1.2 meter by 2.4 meeter). A thick, durable paper, called drywall paper, lines both sides.
Gypsum-board face paper is commonly 100 percent recycled from newsprint, cardboard, and other postconsumer waste streams, but most recycled gypsum in wall-board products is postindustrial, made from gypsum-board manufacture. Gypsum board should be purchased in sizes that minimize the need for trimming (saving time and waste).
Gypsum board is the generic name for a family of panel products. These comprise of a non-combustible core made of gypsum and a paper surfacing on the face, back, and long edges. The different types of gypsum boards used in building and construction are collectively termed as “gypsum panel products.”
Post time: May-10-2021