To produce gypsum board, calcined gypsum is mixed with water and additives to form a slurry which is fed between continuous layers of paper on a board machine. As the board moves down a conveyer line, the calcium sulfate recrystallizes or rehydrates, reverting to its original rock state. The paper becomes chemically and mechanically bonded to the core. The board is then cut to length and conveyed through dryers to remove any free moisture.
Gypsum manufacturers also rely increasingly on “synthetic” gypsum as an effective alternative to natural gypsum ore. Synthetic gypsum is a byproduct primarily from the desulfurization of the flue gases in fossil-fueled power plants.
Gypsum board, drywall or plasterboard is a building product used in modern construction for efficient, cost effective fire protection that can be easily installed and decorated. The process to produce gypsum board generally consists of calcining and or grinding gypsum powder, forming a gypsum panel product and drying off excess water.
|Minimum Order Quantity||1 Unit|
|Automatic Grade||Automatic , Semi-Automatic, Manual|
|Capacity||3 lakh - 15 Million Sq. meter per annum|
|Capacity (products per hour)||Annual Capaicty 2 to 30 Million Sq.m/year|
|Certification||ISO 9001: 2008|
|Power Source||Hydraulic, Diesel|
|Size||Length:2400mm-3600mm, Width: 900mm-1220mm,Thickness: 9.5mm-15mm|