GFRG PANELS PDF

The project envisaging the construction of low cost, portable houses using the glass fibre reinforced gypsum GFRG panels is slowly gaining foothold in Kerala. GFRG panels are known for building low-cost and environment-friendly houses whose construction can be completed in an impressively short time. Every feature of the house including the walls, roof, stairway and ceiling could be made with the GFRG panels. However, the foundation and the basement cannot be constructed using this technology. This unique technology helps avoid cement plastering the walls, thereby saving a considerable amount of money. The main raw materials used to make the GFRG panels are phosphogypsum a byproduct of phosphoric acid , rowing glass and ammonium carbonate.

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The project envisaging the construction of low cost, portable houses using the glass fibre reinforced gypsum GFRG panels is slowly gaining foothold in Kerala.

GFRG panels are known for building low-cost and environment-friendly houses whose construction can be completed in an impressively short time. Every feature of the house including the walls, roof, stairway and ceiling could be made with the GFRG panels. However, the foundation and the basement cannot be constructed using this technology. This unique technology helps avoid cement plastering the walls, thereby saving a considerable amount of money. The main raw materials used to make the GFRG panels are phosphogypsum a byproduct of phosphoric acid , rowing glass and ammonium carbonate.

The slurry obtained by heating the calcined raw gypsum at — degree Celsius, is transported to the facility where the panels are made.

This is then mixed with water and other chemicals and spread in moulds which are 3 meters wide and 12 meters long. The glass fibres are mixed into the first layer using screen roller.

Another layer of raw gypsum is spread and is finished off with an outer layer of glass mixture. These panels are sent to a dryer where they are dried at degree Celsius for at least 60 minutes. The dried panels are then transferred to the storage area where they are cut into required pieces and transported to the various construction sites. The panels which are 3 meters wide and 12 meters long have a width of 0. These panels weigh around kilos.

It helps reduce the cost of construction. Concrete plastering in 2 inches thickness too is done to complete the roof. The basement is then constructed at ratio mixture, with a beam belt, in 20 cm x 20 cm, built over it. The walls are strengthened using concrete mixture containing 12 mm mettle. The price of the panels begins from Rs per square feet.

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Glass fiber reinforced gypsum GFRG wall a new composite wall product is made of gypsum plaster reinforced with glass fiber. The glass fibers are random distributed inside the panal skin and ribs in the manufacturing process. Panels are hollow and manufactured in mm thick by 12 metre length and 3 metre width and are cut in the sophisticated wall cutting plant to suit the customers requirement. The wall panels can be reinforced with concrete during construction as per requirement of the structure.

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