A drywall is a high performance lightweight interior wall system consisting of a GI steel frame, encased in gypsum plasterboards on either side attached with self-drilling drywall screws. The joints are then taped and finished with gypsum jointing compounds.
Drywalls can be used to partition any interior and are the preferred choice of construction for a range of applications, in homes, hotels, hospitals, schools, theatres, and industry. They are strong and robust (drywalls of up to 15 metres high have been built) and can typically last the lifetime of a building unless they are subjected to abuse or alteration.
Drywalls are eight to ten times lighter than masonry walls, reducing the dead load of the structure.
Drywalls are very flexible when it comes to creating and dividing spaces, allowing easy customization.
Green Product which is recyclable and is made of environment friendly material
Fire safety: Drywalls can be built to give fire resistance of up to four hours for stability.