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Usg Gypsum Board Type X

Sheetrock® Brand Firecode® X Panels (UL Type SCX) are the original, most trusted 5/8 in. Type X panels on the market, and feature a fire-resistant gypsum core encased in 100% recycled face and back papers that form a high strength composite design.

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  • USG Interior R o o  n g Panel  Solutions Finishing

    USG Interior R o o n g Panel Solutions Finishing

    USG Sheetrock® Brand Firecode® X Panels are UL Classifi ed for fi re resistance and can be used in any UL Design where Type SCX panels are listed. The UL Type Designation is printed with nonbleeding ink on the face along the long edge of each panel for easy identifi cation by building inspectors.

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  • USG SHEETROCK Brand Gypsum Panels FIRECODE Core

    USG SHEETROCK Brand Gypsum Panels FIRECODE Core

    USG SHEETROCK® Brand Gypsum Panels FIRECODE® CORE, Type X MSDS # 54-010-006 Page 4 of 8 SECTION 7 HANDLING AND STORAGE (continued) STORAGE: Store in a cool, dry, ventilated area away from sources of heat, moisture and incompatibilities (see …

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  • FIREBLOC Type X Gypsum Board | Products | American Gypsum

    FIREBLOC Type X Gypsum Board | Products | American Gypsum

    Description. FIREBLOC® Type X gypsum wallboard is the preferred product in the industry due to its consistently high quality standards. The core has been reinforced with the addition of fibers, increasing its strength and providing fire resistance ratings when used in tested assemblies.

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  • USG SHEETROCK ULTRALIGHT PANELS FIRECODE X

    USG SHEETROCK ULTRALIGHT PANELS FIRECODE X

    USG representative or call the Customer Service Center at 800 950-3839. Manufactured to meet or exceed ASTM C1396 section 5 for 5/8" gypsum wallboard, Type X. Classiied as a Class A Interior Finish Material per Section 803.1 of the IBC. UL Classiied as to ire

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  • USG Sheetrock Brand 5/8 in. x 4 ft. x 10 ft. Firecode X

    USG Sheetrock Brand 5/8 in. x 4 ft. x 10 ft. Firecode X

    Sheetrock Brand Firecode Core 5/8 in. x 4 ft. x 10 ft. Gypsum Board offers easy installation and almost immediate decoration. Panels are easy to score and snap. Their fire-resistant gypsum core provides additional fire resistance over regular panels. They feature tapered long edges for easy finishing.

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  • Sheetrock 5/8 in. x 4 ft. x 8 ft. Firecode X Panels

    Sheetrock 5/8 in. x 4 ft. x 8 ft. Firecode X Panels

    Sheetrock Brand Firecode Core 5/8 in. x 4 ft. x 8 ft. Gypsum Board offers easy installation and almost immediate decoration. Panels are easy to score and snap. Their fire-resistant gypsum core provides additional fire resistance over regular panels. They feature tapered long edges for easy finishing. Intended for fire-rated applications

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  • Submittal Sheet 09250 Sheetrock Gypsum Panels Regular and

    Submittal Sheet 09250 Sheetrock Gypsum Panels Regular and

    FIRECODE ® Core 5/8 Type X Gypsum Panels Provide additional fire resistance over regular panels. FIRECODE C Core 1/2 and 5/8 Type C Gypsum Panels Specially formulated mineral core provides fire resistance superior to that offered by FRI ECODE Core gypsum panels. Limitations 1. Avoid exposure to sustained temperatures exceeding 125 ˚F (52 ˚C).

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  • Type X Fire Resistant Drywall  CertainTeed

    Type X Fire Resistant Drywall CertainTeed

    CertainTeed Type X fire resistant drywall is an interior gypsum board consisting of a solid set, fire resistive, Type X gypsum core enclosed in ivory-colored face paper and a strong liner back paper. CertainTeed Type X board features a specially formulated core providing fire resistance ratings when used in tested assemblies.

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  • What is the difference between regular and Type X gypsum

    What is the difference between regular and Type X gypsum

    Both regular and Type X gypsum board are covered under the ASTM C 1396, gypsum board standard specification. Regular drywall has naturally occurring fire resistance due to the presence of gypsum in the core but is not fire rated.

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  • USG SHEETROCK ULTRALIGHT PANELS FIRECODE X

    USG SHEETROCK ULTRALIGHT PANELS FIRECODE X

    USG Sheetrock® Brand Firecode® Gypsum Panels. Type X for single layer one-hour-rated systems only. For multiple layer systems, USG Sheetrock® Brand UltraLight Panels Firecode® X Type ULIX require fastener spacing of 8" o.c. for the face layer and all horizontal joints can be aligned.

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  • Sheetrock Firecode Core Type X 5/8inch x 4 ft. x 8 ft

    Sheetrock Firecode Core Type X 5/8inch x 4 ft. x 8 ft

    Firecode Core (Type X) 5/8-inch x 4 ft. x 8 ft. Drywall Gypsum Panel Sheetrock Brand Firecode Core 5/8 in. x 4 ft. x 8 ft. Gypsum Board offers easy installation and …

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  • SECTION 092900  GYPSUM BOARD

    SECTION 092900 GYPSUM BOARD

    • USG Sheetrock® Brand EcoSmart Panels Firecode® X are formulated and produced with the most sustainable manufacturing method to date, these gypsum panels offer the following attributes: o 25% less global warming potential (GWP) 1 .

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  • Submittal Sheet 09250 Sheetrock Gypsum Panels Regular and

    Submittal Sheet 09250 Sheetrock Gypsum Panels Regular and

    FIRECODE ® Core 5/8 Type X Gypsum Panels Provide additional fire resistance over regular panels. ... drywall face paper and the finished joint compound before painting. As an alternative to skim coating, or when a ... by United States Gypsum Company or a related company: DURABOND, EASY SAND, FRI ECODE, SHEETROCK, TUFF HIDE.

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  • Sheetrock Brand Gypsum Panels

    Sheetrock Brand Gypsum Panels

    SHEETROCK Brand gypsum panels are factory-fabricated, composed of a fire-resistant gypsum core encased in heavy natural-finish face paper and strong liner paper on the back side.

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  • Fireproof Drywall  Basics of FireRated Type X Drywall

    Fireproof Drywall Basics of FireRated Type X Drywall

    Type X Drywall Testing Limitations. USG is the manufacturer of Sheetrock Brand Firecode C Gypsum Panels. USG makes the point that ASTM (American Society For Testing and Materials) testing of fire-rated drywall requires that entire "assembly/systems" be tested, not just the drywall.

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  • Submittals  National Gypsum Company

    Submittals National Gypsum Company

    Submittals. The documents found here are in Adobe PDF format which requires Acrobat Reader. Enter Contractor Name, Job Name and Date to populate into the fillable ...

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  • USG Design Studio | Wall Assemblies

    USG Design Studio | Wall Assemblies

    Disclaimer: Most of the published USG sound tests in Design Studio are performed in a laboratory environment. Every detail in the construction of these assemblies is …

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  • USG Design Studio | LEED Report Tool

    USG Design Studio | LEED Report Tool

    LEED® Report Tool. Disclaimer - This LEED tool was designed for LEED 2009 and is no longer being updated. For information relevant to LEED v4 please refer to one of the following resources. ... Drywall Suspension Systems. Roofing & Sheathing. Panels & Drywall. Joint Compounds. ... USG makes no warranty, express or implied, as to the accuracy ...

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  • What is the difference between Type X and Type C gypsum

    What is the difference between Type X and Type C gypsum

    Apr 26, 2017 · 1 Answer. 5/8″ Type X gypsum board provides one-hour fire protection when used on both sides of a steel or wood frame partition. The main additive that helps produce Type X board is glass fiber. On exposure to fire, gypsum loses chemically combined water. As a result, the gypsum particles shrink, lose contact with each other,...

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  • FIREBLOC Type X Gypsum Board | Products | American Gypsum

    FIREBLOC Type X Gypsum Board | Products | American Gypsum

    Description. FIREBLOC® Type X gypsum wallboard is the preferred product in the industry due to its consistently high quality standards. The core has been reinforced with the addition of fibers, increasing its strength and providing fire resistance ratings when used in tested assemblies. The fire-resistant gypsum core is encased in 100% recycled...

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  • Mold/MoistureResistant Gypsum Panels: MultiFamily Homes

    Mold/MoistureResistant Gypsum Panels: MultiFamily Homes

    Helping keep tenants and structures protected from mold and moisture. They are suitable for installation on ceilings in the same environments where they can be used for wall construction and in their fire-resistant core variations for floor/ceiling assemblies where Type C …

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  • CGC Type X vs. Type C: Not All Gypsum Boards are Created

    CGC Type X vs. Type C: Not All Gypsum Boards are Created

    Mar 24, 2016 · CGC Type X vs. Type C: Not All Gypsum Boards are Created Equal! ... there remains a commonly held misconception that there are only two basic types of gypsum board, regular and Type X, …

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  • Mold  Moisture Resistant Drywall | ToughRock Mold Guard

    Mold Moisture Resistant Drywall | ToughRock Mold Guard

    Manufactured to meet ASTM C1396 Section 7; CSA-A82.27-M and Federal Specifications SS-L-30D, Type VII Grade W. ToughRock® Mold-Guard™ Gypsum Board is designed to provide extra protection against mold and mildew compared to traditional paper-faced gypsum board products.

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  • FireRated Type X Gypsum Board | ToughRock FireGuard X

    FireRated Type X Gypsum Board | ToughRock FireGuard X

    ToughRock FireGuard X is a UL classified Type X gypsum board for fire-rated wood and steel-framed assemblies with a designated fire-resistant rating.

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  • Mold/MoistureResistant Gypsum Panels: MultiFamily Homes

    Mold/MoistureResistant Gypsum Panels: MultiFamily Homes

    o Fire Resistance – Mold/Moisture-Resistant Gypsum Panels are manufactured with a standard gypsum core as well as enhanced fire-resistive Type C and Type X core variations. These fire-resistant product options can be used in any fire-rated assembly where the corresponding UL-classified Type C or Type X gypsum panel is approved to help design structures engineered for improved fire protection, reduced …

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  • What is the difference between Type X and Type C gypsum

    What is the difference between Type X and Type C gypsum

    Apr 26, 2017 · 1 Answer. 5/8″ Type X gypsum board provides one-hour fire protection when used on both sides of a steel or wood frame partition. The main additive that helps produce Type X board is glass fiber. On exposure to fire, gypsum loses chemically combined water. As a result, the gypsum particles shrink, lose contact with each other,...

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  • MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET MSDS 54020001

    MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET MSDS 54020001

    SHEETROCK® Gypsum Panels FIRECODE® C CORE, Type X MSDS #54-020-001 Page 4 of 9 DISPOSAL: Follow all local, state, provincial and federal regulations. Never discharge large releases directly into sewers or surface waters. SECTION 7 HANDLING AND STORAGE HANDLING: Avoid dust contact with eyes and skin. Wear the appropriate eye and skin protection against dust (See

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  • CGC Type X vs. Type C: Not All Gypsum Boards are Created

    CGC Type X vs. Type C: Not All Gypsum Boards are Created

    Mar 24, 2016 · CGC Type X vs. Type C: Not All Gypsum Boards are Created Equal! ... there remains a commonly held misconception that there are only two basic types of gypsum board, regular and Type X, and that ...

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  • USG SHEETROCK MOLD TOUGH PANELS  Lowes Holiday

    USG SHEETROCK MOLD TOUGH PANELS Lowes Holiday

    • USG Sheetrock® Brand Mold Tough® Panels Firecode® X and Firecode® C are UL Classifi ed for use in fi re-rated wall and ceiling assemblies • Can be used in protected exterior soffi t and ceiling applications

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