Shaft Liner End Tape

Shaft Liner

Description

Shaft Liner panels consist of a fire-resistant type X gypsum core that is encased in a moisture resistant, 100% recycled green face and back paper. The face paper is folded around the long edges to reinforce and protect the core. The panels feature a double beveled edge for ease of installation, with the ends being square-cut and finished smooth. Shaft Liner panels are available: 1" thick x 2' wide, and in a variety of lengths.

Gypsum wallboard manufactured by American Gypsum contains no asbestos.


Basic Uses

Shaft Liner panels are used in conjunction with other American Gypsum products and metal framing members for Shaftwall and Area Separation Wall systems. Lightweight non-load bearing gypsum Shaftwall systems have replaced traditional masonry for interior vertical enclosures including stairwells, elevator enclosures and mechanical chases.

American Gypsum’s Shaft Liner has been approved for use in the following assemblies:

  • U 375: 2 Hour H-Stud Area Separation Wall System
  • V 455: 1 & 2 Hour Shaftwall Systems using I, C-H and C-T Studs
  • U 428: 2 Hour Shaftwall System using C-H and C-T Studs
  • U 429: 2 Hour Area Separation Wall System using C-H and C-T Studs
  • V 433: 2 Hour Shaftwall System using I-Studs

GREENGUARD Certification

Shaft liner gypsum wallboard has attained the GREENGUARD Indoor Air Quality Certified status and GREENGUARD Children & Schools Indoor Air Quality Certified status. For more information click on the link at right.

Product Data

Sizes

Thickness Widths Lengths Edge Type
1" (25.4mm) 2' (610mm) 8' - 14' (2438mm - 4267mm) Double Beveled

Special lengths or edges may be available on special order. Consult your American Gypsum sales representative for details.

Technical Data

Storage & Handling

Gypsum board does not generate or support the growth of mold when it is properly transported, stored, handled, installed, and maintained. However, mold spores are present everywhere and when conditions are favorable; mold can grow on practically any surface. GYPSUM BOARD MUST BE KEPT DRY to prevent the growth of mold.

Gypsum board must be stored in an area that protects it from adverse weather conditions, condensation, and other forms of moisture. Job site conditions that can expose gypsum board to water or moisture must be avoided.

Gypsum board must be protected during transit with a weather-tight cover in good condition. Plastic shipping bags are intended to provide protection during transit only and must be promptly removed upon arrival of the load. Failure to remove the shipping bag can increase the likelihood of developing conditions favorable to the growth of mold.

Gypsum board that has visible mold growth must not be used. For additional information, refer to Gypsum Association publication,
"Guidelines for the Prevention of Mold Growth on Gypsum Wallboard" (GA-238).

Gypsum board must be stored off the ground and under protective cover. Sufficient risers must be used to assure support for the entire length of the wallboard to prevent sagging.

Gypsum board must be delivered to the job site as near to the time it will be used as possible. Individuals delivering gypsum board to jobsites should ensure that it is carried, not dragged, to place of storage/installation to prevent damage to finished edges.

Gypsum board shall always be stacked flat - NEVER on edge or end. Gypsum board stacked on edge or end is unstable and presents a serious hazard should it accidentally topple. Gypsum board should be placed so weight is evenly distributed and the floor is not overloaded.


Applicable Standards

Manufacturing ASTM C 1396 section 6 (C 442)
Federal Specification – SS-L-30D Type IV Grade X
Installation ASTM C 840
Gypsum Association GA-216
Surface Burning Characteristics ASTM E 84
Flame Spread 15
Smoke Developed 0

Fire Resistance Ratings

LEED

LEED Contributions

Our products can contribute to the following credits within the Materials and Resources (MR) category.

  • LEED MR Credit 2: Construction Waste Management
  • LEED MR Credit 4: Recycled Content
  • LEED MR Credit 5: Regional Materials

Our products can contribute to the following credit within the Indoor Environmental Quality (IEQ) category.

  • LEED IEQ Credit 4.6: Low-Emitting Materials - Ceiling and Wall Systems (SCHOOLS ONLY)

To learn more please click the LEED link at right.

Description

Shaft Liner panels consist of a fire-resistant type X gypsum core that is encased in a moisture resistant, 100% recycled green face and back paper. The face paper is folded around the long edges to reinforce and protect the core. The panels feature a double beveled edge for ease of installation, with the ends being square-cut and finished smooth. Shaft Liner panels are available: 1" thick x 2' wide, and in a variety of lengths.

Gypsum wallboard manufactured by American Gypsum contains no asbestos.


Basic Uses

Shaft Liner panels are used in conjunction with other American Gypsum products and metal framing members for Shaftwall and Area Separation Wall systems. Lightweight non-load bearing gypsum Shaftwall systems have replaced traditional masonry for interior vertical enclosures including stairwells, elevator enclosures and mechanical chases.

American Gypsum’s Shaft Liner has been approved for use in the following assemblies:

  • U 375: 2 Hour H-Stud Area Separation Wall System
  • V 455: 1 & 2 Hour Shaftwall Systems using I, C-H and C-T Studs
  • U 428: 2 Hour Shaftwall System using C-H and C-T Studs
  • U 429: 2 Hour Area Separation Wall System using C-H and C-T Studs
  • V 433: 2 Hour Shaftwall System using I-Studs

GREENGUARD

Shaft liner gypsum wallboard has attained the GREENGUARD Indoor Air Quality Certified status and GREENGUARD Children & Schools Indoor Air Quality Certified status. For more information click on the link at right.

Product Data

Sizes

Thickness Widths Lengths Edge Type
1" (25.4mm) 2' (610mm) 8' - 14' (2438mm - 4267mm) Double Beveled

Special lengths or edges may be available on special order. Consult your American Gypsum sales representative for details.

Technical Data

Storage & Handling

Gypsum board does not generate or support the growth of mold when it is properly transported, stored, handled, installed, and maintained. However, mold spores are present everywhere and when conditions are favorable; mold can grow on practically any surface. GYPSUM BOARD MUST BE KEPT DRY to prevent the growth of mold.

Gypsum board must be stored in an area that protects it from adverse weather conditions, condensation, and other forms of moisture. Job site conditions that can expose gypsum board to water or moisture must be avoided.

Gypsum board must be protected during transit with a weather-tight cover in good condition. Plastic shipping bags are intended to provide protection during transit only and must be promptly removed upon arrival of the load. Failure to remove the shipping bag can increase the likelihood of developing conditions favorable to the growth of mold.

Gypsum board that has visible mold growth must not be used. For additional information, refer to Gypsum Association publication,
"Guidelines for the Prevention of Mold Growth on Gypsum Wallboard" (GA-238).

Gypsum board must be stored off the ground and under protective cover. Sufficient risers must be used to assure support for the entire length of the wallboard to prevent sagging.

Gypsum board must be delivered to the job site as near to the time it will be used as possible. Individuals delivering gypsum board to jobsites should ensure that it is carried, not dragged, to place of storage/installation to prevent damage to finished edges.

Gypsum board shall always be stacked flat - NEVER on edge or end. Gypsum board stacked on edge or end is unstable and presents a serious hazard should it accidentally topple. Gypsum board should be placed so weight is evenly distributed and the floor is not overloaded.


Applicable Standards

Manufacturing ASTM C 1396 section 6 (C 442)
Federal Specification – SS-L-30D Type IV Grade X
Installation ASTM C 840
Gypsum Association GA-216
Surface Burning Characteristics ASTM E 84
Flame Spread 15
Smoke Developed 0

Fire Resistance Ratings

LEED / Green

LEED Contributions

Our products can contribute to the following credits within the Materials and Resources (MR) category.

  • LEED MR Credit 2: Construction Waste Management
  • LEED MR Credit 4: Recycled Content
  • LEED MR Credit 5: Regional Materials

Our products can contribute to the following credit within the Indoor Environmental Quality (IEQ) category.

  • LEED IEQ Credit 4.6: Low-Emitting Materials - Ceiling and Wall Systems (SCHOOLS ONLY)

To learn more please click the LEED link at right.

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