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* When installed and maintained correctly and to the extent set out in James Hardie’s published literature current at the time of installation. ^ Not to be used in fire applications. James Hardie ceramic tile underlay What is it? An internal underlay for ceramic tile finishes which helps protect against movement that occurs naturally in timber, particleboard and plywood substrates. Where do you use it? On top of internal timber, particleboard and plywood substrates, and under ceramic tiles, in either wet or dry areas. What are the key benefits? FAST INSTALLATION. The large sheet comes with a pre-marked nailing pattern, which reduces the time the installer has to spend working out where to nail. To add to this, it can be gun nailed with underlay gun nails, which speeds up installation. Also, the underlay is pre-sealed, which improves moisture resistance, giving the tiler more time to lay the tiles before the tile adhesive cures. SECURITY. Its application over internal timber, particleboard and plywood substrates helps to minimise tile movement and potential tile cracking caused by the expansion and contraction of these substrates. To add to this, the key requirement of materials used in wet areas is superior resistance to moisture damage in the event that the material gets wet. Reduced tile adhesion is one of the main problems moisture penetration causes. Made from James Hardie fibre cement, James Hardie ceramic tile underlay is homogeneously resistant to moisture damage, which means that even if the material does get wet, it won’t deform or lose its structural integrity,* like many other materials, and it can help protect against potential costly rectifications resulting from moisture damage. It’s also resistant to damage from termites, rot and fire.* 75mm max. 50mm min. from corners 12mm min. from edges 150mm 150mm James Hardie ceramic tile underlay
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James Hardie Product Overview 45 UNDERLAYS Vinyl and cork underlay fastener sheet layout What is it? An internal underlay used over timber, plywood or particleboard floors to provide a smooth base for laying either vinyl or cork. Where do you use it? On top of internal timber, plywood and particleboard substrates, and under vinyl or cork. What are the key benefits? FAST INSTALLATION. The sheet comes with a pre-marked nailing pattern, which reduces the time the installer has to spend working out where to nail. To add to this, it can be gun nailed with underlay gun nails, which speeds up installation. SECURITY. It’s resistant to damage from termites, rot and fire.* Note All dimensions and masses provided are approximate only and subject to manufacturing tolerances. Masses are based on equilibrium moisture content of product. * When installed and maintained correctly and to the extent set out in James Hardie’s published literature current at the time of installation. ^ Not to be used in fire applications.
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