U.S. Gypsum

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Rocklath plaster-base gypsum lath now comes in a larger, 2x8-foot panel size that installs with fewer fasteners than the product's previous generation.

February 01, 2003



 

Rocklath plaster-base gypsum lath now comes in a larger, 2x8-foot panel size that installs with fewer fasteners than the product's previous generation. It also produces one-third fewer butt joints for dimensionally stronger walls and ceilings. The 3/8-inch-thick panels can be nailed, screwed or stapled to framing, are compatible with conventional plaster products, and resist lath sag and checking plaster slide, the company says.

 

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