Introducing Magply Recovery Boards
Posted on 22nd January 2022
Magply recovery and protection boards have been developed to meet the roofing industry need for a cost-effective, lightweight and fireproof board that will provide an inert and stable separating layer for all types of waterproofing overlay applications. It can also be used as a tough, durable and reusable protection layer over completed installations.
Available in 3mm, 6mm, 9mm, 12mm, and 20mm thicknesses, to suit both light and heavy traffic applications, the board can be easily cut to fit around penetrations and at abutments and can either be mechanically fixed or bonded into position when used in overlay applications.
Magply boards can be used on a variety of projects and applications, and can be used as an incombustible replacement for OSB3 in suitable applications. Read our Magply Case Studies to learn more.
Bat and Ball Community Centre
A comprehensive refurbishment project, addressing a community centre belonging to Sevenoaks District Council, is featuring the benefits of Magply boards as the substrate for a through-coloured render system that will be exposed to rugged use, as well as the worst of the Kent weather. Read the Case Study here.
A Colchester based roofing contractor has been using Magply Recovery boards as part of a high specification build up, which provided its operatives with a relatively quiet as well as safe means of carrying out reroofing works to school classrooms during lesson times. Read the Case Study here.
The 12,000m2 church facility comprises a 1,650 seat auditorium with wrap around malls and recreational, training and other ancillary facilities all extending across some 24 acre site, where the complex roof construction is making use of Magply boards as part of a high performance specification. Read the Case Study here.
New Build Thatched Property
Widely specified for its fire resistance and all round stability in the cladding build-up to apartment blocks as well as a render backer and sheathing board, IPP’s highly versatile Magply boards have been employed by a regional developer as a fireproof sarking board beneath traditional thatched roofing for a development in a beautiful Dorset village. Read the Case Study here.
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