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Cemgold

Cemgold is a 100% asbestos free fibre cement board. Made from a homogeneous Portland cement and high purity silica sand with reinforcing fibre known as cellulose or pulp added in versatile doses using the latest technology of pressing and autoclave processes.

Cemgold is a very strong and durable board with superior physical and mechanical properties, Cemgold also offers fantastic racking performance tested with Lucideon in Stoke on Trent making it the ideal board for timber frame construction and off site construction.

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Cemgold fiber cement board supplier

Cemgold fibre cement boards are a 100% asbestos free fibre cement board. Made from a homogeneous Portland cement and high purity silica sand with reinforcing fibre known as cellulose or pulp added in versatile doses using the latest technology of pressing and autoclave processes.

Cemgold boards are a very strong and durable board with superior physical and mechanical properties, Cemgold boards also offer fantastic racking performance tested with Lucideon in Stoke on Trent making it the ideal board for timber frame construction and off site construction.


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cemgold fibre cement board

TIMBER FRAME RENDER SUBSTRATE

· Timber Frame
· Sheathing Board
· Breather Membrane
· 12.5mm Cemgold Board
· Manufacturer Recommended Mesh
· Render Basecoat
· Render Topcoat

Key Points

• Airflow must be in place from top to bottom behind the Cemgold board.
• A 4mm gap must be left on all gaps between the boards.
• 42mm minimum ceramic coated or stainless-steel wood screws must be used.
• Boards should be installed in a brickwork style either vertical or horizontal.



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