UCO Superflex is an autoclaved cellulose fibre cement flat board, creamy white in colour. It is a multipurpose asbestos-free, square edge board with a smooth surface.
It is tough and flexible, an ideal choice for many general building purposes, including ceiling and wall partitioning, both internally and externally. It is also used for gable end, facade, eave lining, soffits permanent formwork and substrate flooring. Available sizes 2400x450x4.5mm, 2400x600x4.5mm, 2400x1200x4.5mm, 2400x1200x6mm, 2400x300x4.5mm, 2400x900x4.5mm, 2400x750x4.5mm, 2400x1200x7.5mm & 2400x1200x9mm.
- Wide range of design solutions for residential and light commercial buildings
- Residential extensions & alterations
- Ceiling installations
- Porches & verandahs
- Soffit & eaves
- Tough yet flexible, unlikely to wrap, crack or split
- Durable, resilient to normal weather conditions.
- Dimensionally stable, minimal moisture movement
- Termite free, unlike timber product that susceptible to termite attacks
- Water resistant, immune to permanent water damage
- Fire resistant, does not burn and physical properties not degraded by exposure to temperatures ranging from 0°c to 105°c
- Versatile application, suitable for all type of surface finishes
- Environment friendly, green product, 100% asbestos free, non-hazardous to health
- Maintenance-free, cost effective
– Timber Framing
Framing should be constructed in accordance with local building regulations and acceptable building practice. Typical framing grid should be spaced at 600mm x 1200mm centres. However, if exposed joint (figure 3) installation is used, adjustment to the framing centres should be considered. Kiln-dried timber should be chosen to minimize shrinkage.
– Nail Fixing (figure 1)
Fasteners should be driven into each framing structure at 200mm centres maximum. Fasteners should not be placed less than 10mm from sides and 50mm from corners.
Two typical joint installations can be applied as shown in Figure 2 and Figure 3. For large areas, ceiling should be divided into bays not exceeding 10m x 7.5m, to provide for expansion joints.
– Special Framing Design Consideration
Boards should not be fixed directly to the underside of steel or timber roof trusses or rafters. A timber ceiling framework or a suspended ceiling grid should be used.
– Suspended Ceiling Installation
The framing members for suspended ceiling (Figure 4) come in a standard kit to be installed as follows:
Main runners are fixed at 1220mm centres securely fastened to the structural soffit using an appropriate suspension at 1220mm centres. Cross Tees of 1220mm length to be fixed between the main runners at 610mm centres and another cross tee fixed at mid span between 610mm to form a grid structure of 610mm x 610mm. Suspend the 4 sides of the ceiling board freely on the grid. Suspended ceiling boards are typically 603mm x 603mm.
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