Who is USG Boral
About USG Boral
ACOUSTIC PANELS & CEILING TILES
Acoustical Suspension Systems
Gypsum Ceiling Tiles
Contemporary design exhibited with a difference, our bejewelled range of Gypsum Ceiling Tiles is available in vinyl, texture, color, paper touch and acoustic touch patterns.
Working on the art of bringing together varied components and developing highly functional systems, we work towards sufficing quality needs of our valuable clients.
Augmenting the appeal of architectural designs, our extensive range of speciality ceiling will surely work out its way to impress you.
Transforming ceiling designs into a work of art, our metal ceiling designs are worthy enough to catch attention and sway you off your feet.
Metal Ceilings Microsite
Panels & Drywall
Products that shine with a perfect combination of strength and fire resistance, we bring a range that is well suited to high traffic areas.
Exhibiting strength and ability to hold structural frameworks, our extensive range of steel framing patterns would be your companion for life.
USG Boral Durock® Brand Cement Board offers architects, builders and contractors a strong, long edge of panels. It will not suffer damage due to deteriotation, wraping when exposed to direct water contact for a long period time.
Worthy enough to support easy functionality and joining of acoustical components, our range of Joint Compounds will surely prove to be fruitful.
Powered to add high quality fixtures to various materials, our qualitative range of Joint Tapes are an epitome of strength.
Tools & Accessories (Finishes)
Lending a strong foundation to the entire structure, the tools and accessories at USG Boral will keep the framework intact.
Giving long life to the paints by lying firmly below them, the Tuff Silk Wall Putty exhibits tremendous amount of quality towards weather resistance.
A range of plaster of paris that works wonder to the ceilings and empowered with utmost strength, we make sure that your feel elated on seeing ceiling patterns.
Lightweight building solutions for a variety of interior applications commonly encountered in hospitals and other health care buildings.
Solutions to satisfy specific requirements of education buildings, such as fire protection, sound isolation, sound absorption and impact resistance.
ARCHITECTS / DESIGNERS
We believe we can change the way buildings are designed, built and occupied by delivering innovations that help you work smarter, do more and build better.
BUILDERS / INSTALLERS
Proudly Supporting those who Build, every step of the way.
END USER / CONSUMER
Our plastering products, tools & accessories are designed for the home renovator/builder making minor alterations or repairs to plasterboard walls & ceilings.
Our aim is to provide you solutions and make opportunities to scale your business efficiently.
Resources & Tools
Acoustic Ceilings e-Estimator
Plaster Board Material Estimator
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GREAT DESIGN IS A LOT MORE THAN GREAT AESTHETIC
It takes into account other critical detail, such as sound, in theaters, public spaces, museums,churches and schools where we live, work and play. It can enhance or inhibit human interactions, learning and healing. Understanding sound and how it's most typically measured is critical.
Sound insulation is required in order to eliminate the sound path from a source to a receiver such as between apartments in a building, or to reduce unwanted external noise inside the building.
Sound absorption occurs when some or all the incident sound energy is either converted into heat or passes through the absorber.
Although insulation and absorption are diﬀerent concepts, there are many instances where the use of sound absorbers will improve insulation.
However, absorption should not be the primary means of achieving good sound insulation.
Understanding of Acoustical Performance
Noise reduction Coeﬃcient (NRC)
Measures the amount of noise a panel can absorb.
Higher the NRC, the less sound is reflected
Critical in open plan oﬃces
Ceiling Attenuation Classification (CAC)
Measures the amount of sound passing through a panel and the plenum into an adjacent space
CAC performance is most critical in “closed oﬃce” applications where privacy is a major consideration.
Sound Transmission Class (STC)
Weighted Sound Reduction Index (Rw)
TYPICAL SOUND PRESSURE LEVELS
GOOD CONSTRUCTION PRACTICES:
a) It is important to address and seal all possible paths for ‘flanking noise’.
b) Noise not only passes directly through a shared wall but finds ‘flanking paths’ through poor joints between the wall and floor, poorly sealed penetrations, ceiling spaces, floor spaces, ductwork and even other walls.
c) Adequately seal all floor/wall junctions along perimeter with flexible fire/acoustic sealant.
d) Skirting is not to be used alone to seal gaps.
e) Cornice installed correctly can also provide an acoustic barrier to minimize flanking; an airtight seal must be achieved and maintained.