AQUAPANEL Interior Cement Boards

AQUAPANEL Interior Cement Boards refined for easier installation

  • 21 Sep 2016

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Knauf has redesigned its AQUAPANEL Interior Cement Boards to be significantly lighter, making them quicker and easier to install without any impact on performance.

Manufactured from inorganic materials, the boards demonstrate the same resistance across a wide range of wet area applications; including water, mould and mildew. The AQUAPANEL boards have now been reduced by 30 percent to just 11kg/m2.

In addition to reducing the board’s weight, Knauf has improved the score-and-snap technique and board bending radius to 1 metre at full board size. 

Now available in a larger 900x2400mm size, AQUAPANEL Interior Cement Boards can be used on a wide variety of projects including swimming pools, steam saunas, communal showers and kitchen areas. 

Knauf Insulation
PO Box
10 Stafford Road
St Helens
WA10 3NS

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