Drylining just got Stronger

The backbone to drylining just got stronger as Gyproc announces several improvements to its Gypframe product range. Gyproc continually looks to innovate, bringing improved
performance and installation to all of their products and systems.

Their new generation of Gypframe ‘C’ Studs and tracks, launched in 2018, represent the next stage in their evolution, making the backbone to drylining stronger. A large part of the Gypframe product range has already been upgraded, with the following products recently changing over to this new generation of Gypframe:

  • 92 S 50 Studs
  • 94 FEC 50 channel

What’s changed?

The stud leg length has been increased by 5mm to give a bigger target for board fixing, making installation on-site easier. For added rigidity, especially on the legs, the corners have been embossed – this reduces the effect of twisting and moving as the board is fixed in place, making installation quicker and easier, whilst also providing a stronger wall with significantly less deflection.

The dimensional changes and increased rigidity also help the stud engage firmly in the track – it ‘snaps’ into place and stays there.

The new metal is completely compatible with all existing Gypframe products and also has
prominent branding for rapid identification on-site and in-store. As with all Gyproc products, resellers and installers can access expert technical guidance about Gypframe  through the company’s experienced technical team and readily available product literature. Gyproc can support customers either on-site, via telephone or through its range of online tools and resources. The company also offers a diverse range of free and paid-for training courses in various drylining disciplines to help resellers up-skill their staff teams.

Gyproc has over 80 years of experience in developing products in the interior lining sector and is continually developing its range to provide market-leading performance. For more information about Gypframe products please visit: www.gyproc.ie