Trimtraders No More Ply - TG4 Construction Boards
Trim Traders have over 25 years of experience in the tiling industry. We are completely dedicated to your total satisfaction. All of our products are made to the highest quality standard and will help you produce a premium finished project.
Trimtraders No More Ply - TG4 Construction Boards are a unique A1 Fire Rated, Fibre Cement Floor board designed to be installed direct to joist, removing the need to overboard prior to finished floor surface. The heavy duty nature of this board enables it to be used in many construction applications both internally and externally such as: tile backing, screed board, fire protection and mezzanine flooring. With it being fibre cement it is not effected by weather/moisture so provides an ideal structural platform to work from, even if exposed to the elements.
- Easy to lay with minimal waste
- Moisture & weather resistant
- Frost resistant
- TG4 results in less wastage
- Class A1 fire rated
- 100% recyclable
- Great thermal mass (enhances under floor heating systems)
|Dimensions||mm||1200mm x 600mm||1200mm x 600mm|
|Fire Rating||Class A1||Class A1|
Is Trimtraders No More Ply - TG4 Construction Boards more expensive than chipboard flooring?
Fibre cement boards are more expensive than chipboard flooring. However, you need to remember that more time and materials are needed to achieve a tile ready floor that works more efficiently with underfloor heating. When you add up the cost of multiple layers and the time to fix them, your client will be better off using Trimtraders No More Ply - TG4 Construction Boards from the start.
What joist centres are required to carry these boards?
Trimtraders recommends joist centres of 400mm - 500mm. However, in certain circumstances, 600mm can be achieved with 22mm boards.
What’s the best way to fix Trimtraders No More Ply - TG4 Construction Boards?
Cut the boards using a PCD saw blade. Use MEGA Strength PU Adhesive and 50mm Fibre Cement Screws to secure the boards to either timber or steel joists. Always fit the boards with the board print facing up.