- Brand: Magply
- Model: 20mm Magply
- Weight: 63.00kg
- Dimensions: 2,400mm x 1,200mm x 20mm
- SKU: 20mm
- Product code: P1-2440
- MPN: 20mm Magply A1
20mm Magply Fire Rated A1 Render Carrier Board is a technically advanced, multi-functional render board which is manufactured from magnesium silicate coated with magnesium oxide to provide fire safety, durability, integrity and strength.
Magply Board 20mm x 1200mm x 2400mm is designed to accept direct render applications to form the external façades of commercial and domestic properties which utilise hybrid frames structures.
Fire Rated Magply Board offers the perfect substrate board for many render systems in external locations and is suitable for steel frame, timber frame, park home and modular construction.
Magply is a high strength board manufactured using inorganic substances and reinforcement meshes which provide excellent dimensional stability.
20mm Render Carrier Board Magply is offering excellent fire resistance and is resistant to frost, moisture and impact and has been tested by the leading render manufacturers and is BBA approved.
Magply can be used in a wide range of applications such as rain-screen cladding, timber frames, leisure buildings, render carrier board , park home board, stud partitioning, flooring, ceilings and dry lining.
Thermal Conductivity: 0.19W/mK
Board coverage: 2.88m2
Density: 1100 Kg/m3
Vapour Resistance: 0.31MNs/g
Reaction to Fire: Class A1 Non Combustible
Melting point: 2400°C
9mm Board weight: 63kg
Solubility: Insoluble in Water
Installation guidance for Magply Render Carrier Board applications:
· Minimum 25mm batten fixed at maximum 600mm centres.
· Fixings set at 300mm centres, guidance must be taken from the architect or engineer.
· Minimum 25mm continuous cavity behind the board top to bottom finishing 150mm from ground level and 5mm from top soffit.
· Boards should be mechanically fastened with stainless steel fixings minimum screw shank 3.5mm and minimum 38mm to 42mm length on 12mm.
· Advice should be sought from architect or engineer as to screw spacings which are dependent on situation for wind uplift.
· Boards should be staggered and always render on the course side of the board, a 4-5mm expansion gap to be left on all joints.
· Always screw Magply at least 15mm in from the edge of the board.
· A layer of DPC is recommended on the face of the batten behind the board.
· Air flow should be specific around windows & doors.
· Ensure the board is free from all debris and dry before applying render.
· The final installation drawing should always come from your structural engineer or architect.
· Most render manufacturers specify 12mm Board and maximum 600mm centres for battens, in areas of high wind uplift (costal areas) tighter spacings will be advised by the engineer.
· If a primer is specified by the render Manufacturer it is the responsibility of the applicator to ensure it is correct and has been tested for use with Magply Board.
· Under no circumstances should any PVA based product be used on Magply boards.
Painting Instructions for Magply Board:
· All joints, screw heads, nail holes etc should first be filled using Magply Ready Mixed Filler Adhesive, which is left for 24hrs and sanded down flat.
· First Coat, Magply is a high suction background so the first coat of multi surface is mixed with 25-30% water and allowed to dry.
*Further information may be found in our Downloads section.
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Datasheet ǀ Declaration of Performance - DoP ǀ BBA Certificate ǀ Installation Guide ǀ Certificates ǀ Brochure ǀ SPEC Sheet
|Board covarage||2.88 m2|
|Fire Classification||A1, non-combustible|
|Edge profile||Square Edge|
|Shipping method||Articulated Vehicle|
|Applications||Commercial and domestic properties|
|BBA Certified||Yes, No. 22/6050|
|Features||Accept direct render applications|
We deliver insulation materials to Mainland UK only. Deliveries to Highlands, Northern Ireland, Isle of Wight etc.. might be possible at additional cost.
We offer free delivery on most of the orders above £300 (excluding VAT) (except special products - shipping cost via courier - products marked ''Request A Quote'')
Delivery of some insulation materials might be extended due to the current situation (Covid-19, stock shortages, allocations).
If you need materials quickly please contact us - we will do our best to help you source materials needed.
We do not deliver on weekends and bank holidays. Sometimes we can deliver on Saturdays - please check with us before placing the order.
If you need any further information please contact us tel. 02081910776
We can help to calculate price per m2 or linear meter (one meter in length) cost, please just contact us via phone 02081910776, email or live chat. Alternatively, you can work it out yourself quickly and easily: to get cost per meter square please divide price shown in orange area by ''Required area (m2)'' Example price of £28.80 divided by board coverage 2.88m2 = cost of £10.00 per m2.
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