Plasterboard Plants

PLASTERBOARD PRODUCTION FACTORY
Capacity: from 6 to 50 m per min.

Plasterboard is produced in a continuous production process by pouring gypsum slurry, which is made up from gypsum, water, chemicals and additives, between two layers durable papers.

Plasterboard dimensions can be adjusted according to customers’ demands. It is one of the most preferred product in construction and decoration thanks to its ability of easy and quick installation.

Plasterboard can be produced in size from 9.5 mm to 20 mm thickness, from 600 mm to 1200 mm width and from 1800 mm to 5000 mm length according to customer request. Production line speed of plasterboard plant is determined as per customer’s demand and final design of the plant is done accordingly. We, as ERBA, have
been following the latest technological advancements for innovation since the date of foundation and have been offering our customers privilege of production in most technologically advanced plants by improving our equipment in this direction.

12.5 x 1200 x 2500 mm is the standard size of plasterboard that is used in today’s markets and its dry weight is approximately 9.0 kg/ m². The factors such as paper quality and additives can affect these values.

We, as ERBA, are provide long-lasting, high quality, durable, effective and low-cost plants for our customers and investors.  ERBA, with its professionalized and experienced staff, guarantees the high quality design, assembly and smooth commissioning of the plant.

Units of Plasterboard production factory

– Dosing and Mixing Unit
– Forming and Setting Unit
– Drying Unit
– Vertical and Horizontal Transfer Unit
– Bundling and Packaging Unit

Design Standards:

Equipment and units are designed and manufactured in compliance
with EC safety regulations, such as;
98/37 EC Machinery Directive
73/23 EEC Low Voltage Directive
89/336 EEC Electromagnetic Compatibility.

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