SMARTPLY PATTRESS PLUS reduces install time on site

SMARTPLY PATTRESS PLUS reduces install time on site

SMARTPLY PATTRESS PLUS, an innovative factory-prepared oriented strand board (OSB), has greatly reduced the time spent on the latest big build project for drylining contractor SD Plastering. The project, based in Surrey Quays, Canada Water, London has seen 280 commercial and residential units take shape over the past two years with an additional 160 to follow on.

Specially designed to speed up install times whilst adding strength to partitions, SMARTPLY PATTRESS PLUS was chosen to provide support for heavy fixtures and fittings secured through the plasterboard. The product features a pre-cut recess in the rear of the panel, designed to accommodate ‘C’ shaped metal studs meaning the panel will fit snugly to most commercially available drylining systems. The pre-sized modular format and factory cut groove mean there is no requirement for cutting or modifying on site eliminating excess dust and noise.

Simon Dixon, Managing Director at SD Plastering, said: "We needed enough board to fit out 280 units, so if a product can save us five minutes on each board installed then we can save ourselves a matter of days over an entire project, which makes us and our clients very happy. It’s for those reasons that we’ll be using SMARTPLY PATTRESS PLUS again when we push for the next stage of the project this year.”

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