A VERSATILE BOARD FOR YOUR ROAD TO SUCCESS IN TODAY’S CONSTRUCTION
TRILITE RMS board is one of the most widely used base boards for applying direct render polymeric coatings. The following
tests had been commissioned :
Soft & Hard Body Impact
Bond Strength - incorporating hygrothermal freeze thaw conditions
All testing had a very successful outcome. Full information available on request.
Features and Advantages
Category A Board – applicable to areas with heat, moisture, severe frost
No visual damage, no bowing, warping, cracking or deteriorating after being subjected to 100 cycles of freeze
thaw, 50 cycles of heat rain incorporating thermal shock, 50 cycles of soak-dry in the UK to EN 12467
Chloride Free MgO board , Chemically Stable
Less than 0.1% Cl content, a proven stable formula that TRILITE had been known for over a decade. We remain
the leader in manufacturing the best quality magnesium boards.
Durable & Highly Impact Resistant
Best alternative to gypsum boards, fiber-cement boards, calcium silicate boards.
Excellent Thermal Insulation Properties
Ideal board to use for “ thermal break” applications, it acts as a cooling barrier for insulation, transmitting
less heat and a thermal conductivity less than 0.210 W/mK.
M1 Classified board as tested in Finland
VTT- Finland had approve our board with the highest M1 rating after testing the emission measurements against
volatile organic compounds (VOC, TVOC), carcinogens, ammonia, formaldehyde and sensory evaluation was
Mold-Free & Resistant to Termite Attack
TRILITE is mineral based, our board does not harbor insects, mildews, molds, fungi, termites and bacteria as tested to ASTM C-1338.
It is 100% recyclable, it can be regrind and added to new cement mixtures or use as soil variant or buried
in ground without any harmful effect to our environment.
Superior Sound Insulation
Provides excellent sound insulation when use as partition walls and ceilings.
Time & Cost Saving
TRILITE has excellent workability, easy to fix and install with carpenter tools. Cost-effective and saves
installation time and money.
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