Powerpanel H20 – the cement board for all seasons

  • 10 Jun 2014

This dual-use from a single product makes Powerpanel H2O the obvious choice for specifiers looking to simplify their product selection and distributors managing their stock levels. 

More about Powerpanel H2O

  • 12.5mm cement-bonded light weight board reinforced with glass-fibre mesh
  • suitable for domestic and commercial builds
  • can be installed as the internal lining – or as part of an external render system – on masonry, timber and steel-frame constructions up to 18m high
  • can be used in conjunction with External Wall Insulation (EWI) systems.
  • reaction-to-fire rating of A1
  • service life in excess of 50 years

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