MAKING STRUCTURE MORE LIGHTER
How Pared Frame is different from Conventional Drywall
There is a significant difference between a conventional drywall and Pared Frame. Apparently, their basic concept is quite similar, but the engineering and materials involved in creating Pared Frame are the key Points of differention between them. It consists of superior quality of C.F.S. studs, Moreover it possess superior components like Paustic Board and Rockwool which enhances the performance of the system. Engineering involved in the creation of Pared Frame steps it up above conventional non-load bearing drywall partition system.
Conventional drywall system generally consist of smaller web and single or double layer of sheathing material which might not be able to provide good insulation and water resistance compared to Pared Frame.
Comparison with Conventional Methods
|Sr. no.||Parameters||Brick masonry wall||Block masonry wall||Pared Frame|
|1||Density||20 kN/m3||10 kN/m3||3 kN/m3|
|2||Width of the Wall||115mm||115mm||109mm|
|5||Saving in Concrete||No||Moderate||Significant|
|6||Saving in Time||No||Moderate||Significant|
|7||Early Project Completion||No||Maybe||Yes|
|9||Material Used||Brick, cement, fine aggregate, water, fibre / chicken mesh, construction chemicals||Block, cement, fine aggregate, water, fibre / chicken mesh, construction chemicals||Alum zinc (Aluminium & zinc), single Paustic board on each side, Rockwool|
|10||Quality||Difficult to control, various sources / Depending upon individual labour||Difficult to control, various sources / Depending upon individual labour||Single source of supply and have standard procedure|