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Gyproc wall linings provide a high quality dry internal finish to existing brick, block, concrete walls or timber frame. They can be used in all types of buildings, including private housing, flats and apartments, commercial, institutional and recreational properties. The linings are equally suited to both new-build and refurbishment work. The range covers all applications from a basic wallboard lining through to high performance linings designed to meet thermal insulation, sound insulation, fire protection, or impact resistance requirements.

British Gypsum systems provide high quality dry internal linings. They cater for all types of wall construction including metal frame and traditional masonry. Linings can be fully or partially independent of the structure, or can simply be bonded directly to the wall surface.

Key products include:

GypLyner UNIVERSAL - GypLyner UNIVERSAL wall lining system is a cost-effective, virtually independent metal frame drylining. It is a general purpose system that is suitable for all internal non-loadbearing applications.

GypLyner IWL - GypLyner IWL independent wall lining is a lightweight, non-loadbearing system, which is built independently of the external wall construction. The system is used in all types of building, but is particularly suitable for those with reinforced concrete or steel frames.

FlameLyner - used to line the external walls of steel framed industrial buildings.The lining provides fire resistance to structural steel sections clad with lightweight metal sheeting,and can also be used in association with new or existing masonry walls to increase sound insulation and meet thermal performance requirements.

Companies specialising in Wall lining systems