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drywall

Also called wallboard or gypsum board,it is a panel of gypsum covered on both sides with paper and used as the primary wall material in home construction. Commonly also called by a particular brand name, Sheetrock.

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Eagle's Gypsum Wallboard and Paperboard operations reported fourth quarter revenues of $73.
The Shippingport Plant uses byproduct gypsum from nearby First Energy's Bruce Mansfield Plant to manufacture wallboard.
This patented wallboard technology is developed from recycled materials without producing harmful carbon emissions during the manufacturing process.
The acquisition includes 3 gypsum wallboard plants in Seattle, Washington; Las Vegas, Nevada; and Nashville, Arkansas; 2 adjacent gypsum mines providing secure sources of gypsum; a joint treatment plant; and a gypsum grinding and packaging facility.
Spertech, the developer of an innovative green alternative to traditional wallboard, today announced the appointment of Edwin Brasch as president and chief executive officer (CEO).
CXP's Cement operation reported all-time-high second quarter sales volume and both the Gypsum Wallboard and Paperboard businesses returned to profitability.
The new low-cost wallboard plant will utilize state-of-the-art technology to position the company competitively to meet long-term West Coast demand for wallboard.
With a LAN connection to a new version of Global Navigator, agents can have access to the most critical call center statistics in a window right on their workstations with the Virtual Wallboard.
The SHEETROCK MOLD TOUGH gypsum panel is the first patented wallboard that actively inhibits mold growth on the surface paper, both back and front, and in the gypsum core.
Gypsum Wallboard sales volume of 471 million square feet (MMSF) for this year's quarter was 37% greater than the 343 MMSF sold during the same quarter last year.
The Wilmington Plant produces gypsum wallboard from rock mined at National Gypsum's Halifax, Nova Scotia, quarry.
Although New Mexico does not have the availability of recycling facilities and vendors that other more populated, industry-oriented areas of the country may have, recycling options were identified for the four primary construction materials: concrete, metal, wood and wallboard.