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Structural Cement Fiber Units

GENERAL. This category covers structural cement-fiber units investigated for use in fire-resistance designs as detailed in Fire-resistance Ratings - ANSI/UL 263 ( BXUV ). These units consist of proprietary mixes of processed cement fiber and a cementitious binder formed into flat or stemmed slabs or boards of various sizes, shapes and thickness.

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  • USG Design Studio | UL V465  Fire Resistant Assembly

    USG Design Studio | UL V465 Fire Resistant Assembly

    Structural Cement-Fiber Units - 3/4 in. thick structural panel applied horizontally Gypsum Board - 5/8 in. thick gypsum board applied horizontally or vertically USG Sheetrock® Brand Firecode® X Panels - …

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  • Structural Cement Fiber Unit | Products  Suppliers

    Structural Cement Fiber Unit | Products Suppliers

    Find Structural Cement Fiber Unit related suppliers, manufacturers, products and specifications on GlobalSpec - a trusted source of Structural Cement Fiber Unit information.

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  • ARMOROC Structural Cement Board | UL Classified

    ARMOROC Structural Cement Board | UL Classified

    ARMOROC. ARMOROC is a structural cement board (cement bonded particle board - CBPB) used in the construction of fire-rated roofs, floors, walls and a variety of other applications including modular, SIPS & OEM. By combining the physical properties of Portland Cement with the strength of mineralized wood fibers, ARMOROC is ideally suited...

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  • SECTION 03 51 13 CEMENTITIOUS WOOD FIBER DECKS

    SECTION 03 51 13 CEMENTITIOUS WOOD FIBER DECKS

    Cement-fiber, structural cement-fiber, structural cement-fiber units, roof deck, Portland cement, chemical admixtures, aggregate, wood fiber, fasteners, bulb-tee subpurlins, clips, channels, water, grout, noise reduction coefficient Description: This section specifies structural cement-fiber units (planks) for roof deck and acoustical panels.

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  • Structural Panel Concrete Subfloor | USG

    Structural Panel Concrete Subfloor | USG

    The only noncombustible structural cementitious panel manufactured in the United states. Structural Panel Concrete Subfloor is a cured-in-factory panel that is noncombustible, inorganic, mold-, moisture-, termite-resistant and dimensionally stable floor assembly suitable for many floor finishes.

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  • Roof Decks A to Z Part VI: Structural Cement Fiber

    Roof Decks A to Z Part VI: Structural Cement Fiber

    Portland cement is the usual binder for all CWF panels, with the exception of Tectum panels, which are manufactured using inorganic hydraulic cement composed of magnesium oxide, sodium silicate glass, magnesium sulfate, and calcium carbonate.

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  • USG Solutions USG STRUCTURAL PANEL CONCRETE

    USG Solutions USG STRUCTURAL PANEL CONCRETE

    care should be taken to ensure units of USG Structural Panel Concrete Subfloor are not exposed to excessive moisture, ice and snow. In the event that panels do become frozen together within a unit, the unit needs to be brought to a temperature above 32°F (0°C) to allow the ice to melt naturally. Salt, fertilizer or other de-icing

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  • PermaBase brand 09 28 00/NGC Cement Board Construction

    PermaBase brand 09 28 00/NGC Cement Board Construction

    Cement Board The original that set the industry standard. PermaBase UltraBacker® ® Cement Board Provides excellent rigidity for special applications with the lowest water-absorption rate. PermaBase Flex Cement Board Very flexible yet strong, and ideal for use around archways, columns, stairwells – wherever an evenly curved surface is required.

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  • BXUV.L556  Fire Resistance Ratings  ANSI/UL 263

    BXUV.L556 Fire Resistance Ratings ANSI/UL 263

    tongue and groove structural cement-fiber units. Long dimension of panels to be perpendicular to joists with end joints staggered. Panels fastened to the joist with #10 self-drilling, self-tapping cement board screws 1-3/4 in. long. Screws shall be spaced 6 in. OC along the perimeter of each sheet and 12 in. OC in the field of each sheet.

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  • USG Design Studio | UL V471  Fire Resistant Assembly

    USG Design Studio | UL V471 Fire Resistant Assembly

    Structural Cement-Fiber Units - 3/4 in. thick structural panel applied horizontally Steel Studs - 6 in. deep, 18 ga. spaced max. 24 in. OC Batts and Blankets - 5-1/2 in. thick fiberglass insulation

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  • BXUV.L556  Fire Resistance Ratings  ANSI/UL 263

    BXUV.L556 Fire Resistance Ratings ANSI/UL 263

    tongue and groove structural cement-fiber units. Long dimension of panels to be perpendicular to joists with end joints staggered. Panels fastened to the joist with #10 self-drilling, self-tapping cement board screws 1-3/4 in. long. Screws shall be spaced 6 in. OC along the perimeter of each sheet and 12 in. OC in the field of each sheet.

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  • PermaBase brand 09 28 00/NGC Cement Board Construction

    PermaBase brand 09 28 00/NGC Cement Board Construction

    CEMENT BOARDS OTHER CEMENT BOARDS FIBER CEMENT BOARDS Low-Weight Glass-Mesh CementBoard ¡ Reinforced Edge ¡ Fastens Near Edge With No Breakout ¡ Highest Damage Resistance from Handling ¡ Cleanest To Score And Snap ¡ Lowest Water Absorption ¡ Meets 40-psf Rating Wind-Load Test Results (Stud spacing 16" o.c.) ¡ ¡ Cuts With Utility Knife Vs.

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  • Awesome Fiber Cement Siding Color Chart Pictures  Can Crusade

    Awesome Fiber Cement Siding Color Chart Pictures Can Crusade

    Discover collection of 21 photos and gallery about fiber cement siding color chart at cancrusade.com. May you like fiber cement siding color chart. Many time we need to make a collection about some images to give you inspiration, we found these are amazing photos.

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  • Use of FiberReinforced Cements in Masonry Construction

    Use of FiberReinforced Cements in Masonry Construction

    units perform better with high water content fiber reinforced mortar (FRM) while concrete masonry units (CMUs) perform better with drier mixtures, so 130% and 110% flow rates should be targeted, respectively.

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  • Fiber Cement Siding  Siding  The Home Depot

    Fiber Cement Siding Siding The Home Depot

    Allura Fiber Cement siding delivers the beauty of wood panel siding with authentic cedar wood grain. The highly durable low maintenance design will not warp or rot and will protect your home or building from the elements. More + Product Details Close

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  • 800NATIONAL Cement Board

    800NATIONAL Cement Board

    PermaBase® brand Cement Board. Technical Information: 800-NATIONAL 800-628-4662. Description. PermaBase® brand Cement Board is a rigid substrate made of Portland cement, aggregate and glass mesh. It has an exceptionally hard, durable surface that can withstand prolonged exposure to moisture.

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  • 50 lb. NonShrink Construction Grout Concrete Mix

    50 lb. NonShrink Construction Grout Concrete Mix

    SAKRETE 50 lb. Non-Shrink Construction Grout mixes with water to produce a non-shrink, non-metallic structural hydraulic cement that is ideal for high-strength grouting. This grout can be used to make precast or prestressed concrete. Use to make a non-shrink, non-metallic structural hydraulic cement that is suitable for high-strength grouting.

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  • Masonry Standards  ASTM International

    Masonry Standards ASTM International

    Masonry Standards. Such materials include mortar, asbestos, tiles, bricks, cement, aggregates, clay, concrete, fiber, and possible mixtures thereof that are used in conjunction with the erection of building structures. These masonry standards are helpful in guiding manufacturers, construction companies, architectural firms,...

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  • Fiberreinforced concrete  Wikipedia

    Fiberreinforced concrete Wikipedia

    Fiber-reinforced concrete (FRC) is concrete containing fibrous material which increases its structural integrity. It contains short discrete fibers that are uniformly distributed and randomly oriented. Fibers include steel fibers, glass fibers, synthetic fibers and natural fibers – each of which lend varying properties to the concrete. In addition, the character of fiber-reinforced concrete ...

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  • US6030446A  Cementitious compositions and lightweight

    US6030446A Cementitious compositions and lightweight

    A cementitious composition for the molding of ultra-lightweight, durable, large structural units comprising Portland cement, coal combustion byproducts, expanded or extruded polystyrene and water, and a modified block machine used in the manufacture of such structural units.

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  • USG Design Studio | Wall Selector

    USG Design Studio | Wall Selector

    Structural Cement-Fiber Units-3/4 in. thick structural panel applied horizontally Gypsum Board -5/8 in. thick gypsum board applied horizontally or vertically Visit V465

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  • Mechanical Properties of Fiber Reinforced Lightweight

    Mechanical Properties of Fiber Reinforced Lightweight

    For carbon fiber lightweight concrete with 0.1% surfactant, axial stresses ranged from 12.6 to 17.5 MPa, with axial strain at peak stress varying from 0.0023 to 0.0031 mm/mm. As shown in Table 6, when 0.1% of surfactant was added, compressive strength decreased by 50~58%.

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  • What Is Cement Backer Board and How Is It Used?

    What Is Cement Backer Board and How Is It Used?

    Cement backer board is a mineral-based product, usually 1/4-inch or 1/2-inch thick and 3 feet by 5 feet long, commonly used to form a base for ceramic tile. Also called a cementitious backer unit or CBU, backer board is 100 percent inorganic, consisting of cement, water, silica, limestone flour, and fibers such as Kevlar or fiberglass for strength.

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  • Is fiber cement considered masonary?  InspectionNews

    Is fiber cement considered masonary? InspectionNews

    Nov 21, 2009 · Fiber-cement siding is not a masonry unit, but rather a hybrid material made of sand, cement and cellulose fiber; is not installed by masons; and cannot be used for structural support. Fiber-cement siding cannot even produce the appearance of masonry cladding, but …

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  • Fiber Reinforced Concrete  Types Properties and Advantages

    Fiber Reinforced Concrete Types Properties and Advantages

    Fiber Reinforced Concrete can be defined as a composite material consisting of mixtures of cement, mortar or concrete and discontinuous, discrete, uniformly dispersed suitable fibers. Fiber reinforced concrete are of different types and properties with many advantages.

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  • Mechanical Properties of Fiber Reinforced Lightweight

    Mechanical Properties of Fiber Reinforced Lightweight

    For carbon fiber lightweight concrete with 0.1% surfactant, axial stresses ranged from 12.6 to 17.5 MPa, with axial strain at peak stress varying from 0.0023 to 0.0031 mm/mm. As shown in Table 6, when 0.1% of surfactant was added, compressive strength decreased by 50~58%.

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  • Fiberreinforced concrete  Wikipedia

    Fiberreinforced concrete Wikipedia

    Fiber-reinforced concrete is concrete containing fibrous material which increases its structural integrity. It contains short discrete fibers that are uniformly distributed and randomly oriented. Fibers include steel fibers, glass fibers, synthetic fibers and natural fibers – each of which lend varying properties to the concrete. In addition, the character of fiber-reinforced concrete changes with varying concretes, fiber …

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  • Glass fiber reinforced concrete  Wikipedia

    Glass fiber reinforced concrete Wikipedia

    A widely used application for fiber-reinforced concrete is structural laminate, obtained by adhering and consolidating thin layers of fibers and matrix into the desired thickness. The fiber orientation in each layer as well as the stacking sequence of various layers can be controlled to generate a wide range of physical and mechanical properties for the composite laminate.

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  • Masonry Standards  ASTM International

    Masonry Standards ASTM International

    Masonry Standards ASTMs masonry standards are instrumental in specifying, testing, and evaluating the basic units and materials used in masonry construction. Such materials include mortar, asbestos, tiles, bricks, cement, aggregates, clay, concrete, fiber, and possible mixtures thereof that are used in conjunction with the erection of building structures.

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