Gypsum fiber boards are meant to be applied to the inner walls and to be a more effective subtitute of the conventional plasterboard. They are made of gypsum and recycled paper fibres. These two natural raw materials are mixed with water, without any other binders being added. The mixture is then pressed into stable boards under high pressure, dried, coated with a water repellent, and cut to the required sizes. The gypsum reacts with water, penetrating and enveloping fibres. This produces high stability and noncombustibility. Because of their material composition they are suitable for general construction, fire protection, and wet rooms.
GFB advantages are:
as a breathing and insulation material GFB ensure a stable comfortable indoor climate.
operations such as drilling, cutting, jointing, filling and grinding are much faster and more practical than common plasterboard.
GFB is capable of STORING HUMIDITY
when a room is humid and automatically releasing this humidity if the indoor air becomes too dry.
GFB in combination with CLT can supply excellent thermal performance since the construction pattern provides a cavity that can be filled with the required amount of insulation.