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K219

Drywall and Floor Systems

K219 Knauf Free-spanning


Fireboard Ceilings A1
K219 - Knauf Free-spanning Fireboard Ceiling A1 - metal substructure CW/UW

New
Fire resistance F90 from below and from above with up to 3.5 m span width
Maximum spacing of ceiling profiles increased to 625 mm

2005-02

Knauf Free-spanning Fireboard Ceiling A1 K219


Fire protection from below / from below and from above (Plenum)
Subceilings with sole fire rating
For fire exposure from below, the fire
rating of the "subceiling solely" covers
the constructions above, such as
ceiling or roof constructions.
(e. g. trapezoid sheet metal roofs)

From above

Fire exposure from the ceiling plenum.


The ceiling or roof construction above
has to be of the same fire rating.

Fire resistance
class
for fire exposure
from
below

from
above

Knauf System
Cladding
Type/
building
material
class

Substructure
Min.-

thickness

Max. axial
spacing

Insulation layer
(required for
fire protection)

ceiling profiles
b
Min.
mm

mm

Min.
thickness density
mm
kg/m

Proof

From below

without insulation
or
min. B2

Mineral wool S
60
50

K219 Knauf Free-spanning Fireboard Ceiling A1

F90

Fireboard
A1
Z-PA-III
4.290

2x 20

Fireboard
A1
Z-PA-III
4.290

20
+
625
20
upper cover

625

K219 Knauf Free-spanning Fireboard Ceiling A1

F90

F90

Adjacent structural components have to be of fire resistance class F90 min.


If the free spanning ceiling is connected (anchored) to a lightweight partition (F90), an additional, 20 mm thick Fireboard cladding layer is required for
the partition on the side of the supporting connection.

Mineral wool insulation layer acc. to DIN EN 13162, section 3.1.1

Building material class A


Melting point 1000 C
acc. to DIN 4102-17

Proof
1

ABP P-3085/3824

Knauf Free-spanning Fireboard Ceiling A1 K219


Anchoring
Anchoring of the supporting UW perimeter runners
Anchoring on

Anchor

Maximum spacing of anchors


F90
solely from below

F90
solely from below
and from above

625 mm

312,5 mm

Metal stud partitions


(Anchoring in metal studs
or Flex Profile)

2x Knauf Multi-purpose Screw FN 4.3x35

Reinforced concrete walls

Knauf Ceiling Steel Dowel

250 mm
300 mm
-

Knauf Nailable Plug L 8/80

Substantial masonry without


cavities or light concrete
(density 1000 kg/m)

300 mm

Knauf Nailable Plug L 8/80


Anchor that is suitable for the respective substrate
and approved in terms of fire protection (F90)

300 mm

Load bearing capacity (min.):

Connections to partitions
F90

1)

1) shear: 0.35 kN;

300 mm

2)

2) shear: 0.35 kN; extraction: 0.5 kN

Screw connection of Knauf CW double profiles

solely from below

750 mm
Knauf UW runner, anchored
on metal studs of partition
with Knauf Multi-purpose
Screws 2x FN 4.3x65
Connect Knauf CW double
profiles on each top flange
with UW runner by riveting,
crimping or screwing with
Metal Screws LB 3.5x9.5 mm.

30 mm

additional
Fireboard

F90

Knauf CW double profile


2x FN 4.3x65
Knauf UW runner

Screw connect Knauf CW profiles at web with Metal Screws


LB 3.5x9.5 mm at a spacing of 750 mm

Fastening of covering strips


Fireboard covering strips 12.5 mm, 120 mm wide

solely from below and from above


250 mm 250 mm 250 mm
2x FN 4.3x65

Knauf UW runner, anchored


on metal studs of partition
and into Flex Profile
with Knauf Multi-purpose
Screws 2x FN 4.3x65

additional
Fireboard

Flex
Profile
30 mm
100 mm
Knauf UW runner
Flex Profile

Knauf CW double profile with


Fireboard covering strips

Connect Knauf CW double profile with UW runner on each flange

or
including covering strip using
Drywall Screws TN 3.5x25

including covering strip and


cladding using
Drywall Screws TN 3.5x45

Fasten Fireboard covering strips using Drywall Screws


TN 3.5x25 mm at a spacing of 250 mm alternating
on double profiles

Fastening of Knauf Boards with Drywall Screws TN


Cladding
Thickness in mm

on metal profiles
(penetration 10 mm)
metal gauge 0.7 mm

F90
solely from below
2x 20 Fireboard
1st layer TN 3.5x35
2nd layer TN 3.5x55
F90
solely from below and from above
20 Fireboard
TN 3.5x45
+ 12.5 covering strip

Maximum
spacing of
fasteners

500 mm
170 mm

170 mm

Fasten Knauf Boards alternating on CW double profiles

Knauf Free-spanning Fireboard Ceiling A1 K219


Fire resistance F90 solely from below

A
A
C

Max. room width 4 m

Room width in m
Max. spacing of
ceiling profiles

Knauf CW double profile


as ceiling profile

Metal gauge 0.6 mm


2x CW 50
2x CW 75
2x CW 100
2x CW 125
2x CW 150

625 mm

Fireboard

Max. room width

Knauf UW runner
perimeter support

Min. thickness

in m

Metal gauge 0.6 mm

2x 20 mm

2
2.75
3.25
3.5
4

UW 50
UW 75
UW 100
UW 125
UW 150

Higher room widths on request.

Details, scale 1:5

90 mm

Knauf CW double profiles


as ceiling profiles

Knauf CW double profile


as ceiling profile
Metal Screw
LB 3.5x9.5

90 mm

Connect Knauf CW double profile


with UW runner
Knauf UW runner as
perimeter support

Drywall Screw
TN 3.5x55

Knauf Fireboard 2x 20 mm
Fireboard Filler

Drywall Screw TN 3.5x35

K219vu-B3 Front edge joint (B-B)


Note

625 mm

Fibre Glass Joint Tape

625 mm

K219vu-C3 Long edge joint (C-C)

Connect free-spanning Knauf CW double profile on each top flange with Knauf UW runner
by riveting, crimping or screwing with Metal Screws LB 3.5x9.5 (see page 3).

Knauf Free-spanning Fireboard Ceiling A1 K219


Fire resistance F90 solely from below
Details, scale 1:5
Knauf UW runner, anchored on
metal studs of partition with Knauf
Multi-purpose Screws 2x FN 4.3x65
(see page 3)

Anchor that is suitable for the respective substrate


and approved in terms of fire protection (see page 3)

Knauf CW double profile


as ceiling profile
Additional Fireboard 20 mm

F90 partition
+ Fireboard 20 mm

Edge Trim, if necessary


Fireboard Filler
20 mm

Max. room width

K219vu-D3 Supporting connection to partition (D-D)

20 mm

K219vu-D4

Knauf CW profile
Knauf UW runner as perimeter support
(anchoring acc. to page 3)

Fireboard strips
Drywall Screw TN

Knauf Fireboard 2x 20 mm
Fireboard Filler + Trenn-Fix 65

F90 partition

Knauf CW profile
20 mm

625 mm

connection to
K219vu-A3 Constructional
partition (A-A)

25
ca. 100 mm

K219vu-C4

a
25 25
ca. 100 mm

Movement joint (C-C)

Knauf UW runner
as perimeter support

20 mm

K219vu-A4

Fireboard strips 20 mm, glued with


Knauf Fireboard Filler on one side

Knauf Fireboard 2x20 mm

Supporting connection to wall


with shadow gap (D-D)

Constructional connection to wall


with shadow gap (A-A)

Ceiling bulkhead F90


Knauf Suspended
Ceiling without
requirements for
fire protection

Fireboard strip
e.g. joint profile

a
a 20 mm

K219vu-A5

Section of ceiling transition (A-A)

Ceiling bulkhead acc. to Techn. Data Sheet D16

Knauf Free-spanning Fireboard Ceiling A1 K219


Fire resistance F90 solely from below and from above

A
C

C
b

Max. room width 3.5 m

Max. room width in m


Max. spacing of
ceiling profiles

Knauf CW double profile


as ceiling profile

Metal gauge 0.6 mm


2x CW 75
2x CW 100
2x CW 125

625 mm

Fireboard

Max. room width

Knauf UW runner
perimeter support

Min. thickness

in m

Metal gauge 0.6 mm

20 mm

2.75
3.25
3.5

UW 100
UW 125
UW 150

Higher room widths on request.

Details, scale 1:5

Knauf UW runner as
perimeter support

Fireboard covering strip 12.5 mm


Fireboard Filler +
Fibre Glass Joint Tape
Knauf Fireboard 20 mm

K219vuvo-B3 Front edge joint (B-B)


Note

140 mm

Fireboard covering strip


120 mm
10
10
100

140 mm

Knauf CW double profiles


as ceiling profiles

20 mm Fireboard applied without


fastening, tightly jointed
Fireboard covering
Knauf CW double profile
strip 12.5 mm
as ceiling profile

Mineral wool
(see page 2)

625 mm

Drywall Screw
TN 3.5x45

625 mm

K219vuvo-C3 Long edge joint (C-C)

Connect free-spanning Knauf CW double profile on each flange with Knauf UW runner (see pagee 3).

Knauf Free-spanning Fireboard Ceiling A1 K219


Fire resistance F90 solely from below and from above
Details, scale 1:5

Knauf UW runner, anchored on metal studs


of partition or into Flex Profile with Knauf
Multi-purpose Screws 2x FN 4.3x65 (see page 3)

Acnhor that is suitable for the respective substrate


and approved in terms of fire protection (see page 3)

Additional Fireboard 20 mm
100 mm Flex Profile

F90 partition
+ Fireboard 20 mm

Drywall Screw TN 3.5x45


Knauf Fireboard 20 mm
20 mm

Max. room width

K219vuvo-D3 Supporting connection to partition (D-D)

connection to wall
K219vuvo-D4 Supporting
with shadow gap (D-D)

Fireboard covering strip


60 mm
Knauf UW runner as perimeter support
(anchoring acc. to page 3)
Knauf Fireboard 20 mm

Fireboard strip
Drywall Screw TN

Knauf CW profile
Fireboard Filler + Trenn-Fix 65

F90 partition

Edge Trim, if necessary


Fireboard Filler
20 mm

625 mm b

connection to
K219vuvo-A3 Constructional
partition (A-A)

Fireboard strips 20 mm, glued with


Knauf Fireboard Filler on one side

connection to
K219vuvo-A4 Constructional
wall with shadow gap (A-A)

Ceiling bulkhead F90

Knauf Suspended Ceiling


F30 from below

Knauf Fireboard 20 mm

Fireboard strips 20 mm, glued with


Knauf Fireboard Filler on one side
25 a 25
ca. 100 mm

Fireboard strip
e.g. joint profile

10

ca. 100 mm

K219vuvo-C4 Movement joint (C-C)

a 20 mm

of ceiling transition (A-A)


K219vuvo-A5 Section
Ceiling bulkhead acc. to
Technical Data Sheet D16

Knauf Free-spanning Fireboard Ceiling A1 K219


Fire resistance F90 solely from below
Details, scale 1:5

Lighting, Access Panel


Fire protection encasement for built-ins

Access panel
625 mm
420 mm
Clearance

625 mm
400 mm

SO1

SO3

SO3
600 mm
Clearance

SO1

SO2

SO4

SO2
2x 20 mm Fireboard encasement
Fold Knauf UW Profile and connect
with additional CW Profile
Additional continuous Knauf CW Profile
Knauf CW double profile
Scheme drawing, top view
625 mm
400 mm
40

SO4
Fold Knauf UW Profile and connect
with double profile
Knauf CW double profile

Scheme drawing, top view

Note

Alutop Access Panel on request


625 mm

625 mm

Slide UW Profile onto


double profile and connect

steel staples
acc. to DIN 18182

Built-in lighting
10 kg max.
Additional continuous
Knauf CW Profile

Screw fixing of access panel


into UW Profile (LB 3.5x9.5)

Access panel

420 mm

Clearance

K219vu-SO1

Lateral section of built-in lighting

K219vu-SO3

Encasement made of
2x Knauf Fireboard 20 mm

Lateral section of access panel


Fold Knauf UW Profile and
connect with double profile

Knauf UW Profile

Built-in lighting
10 kg max.,
fastening acc. to
providers spec.
Additional continuous
Knauf CW Profile

Access panel

600 mm

Clearance

K219vu-SO2

Longitudinal section
of built-in lighting

K219vu-SO4

Longitudinal section
of access panel

Knauf Free-spanning Fireboard Ceiling A1 K219


Fire resistance F90 solely from below and from above
Lighting, Access Panel

Details, scale 1:5

Fire protection encasement for built-ins

Access panel

625 mm
400 mm

SO3

SO1

SO3
600 mm
Clearance

SO1

625 mm
420 mm
Clearance

SO2

SO4

SO2
Additional continuous Knauf CW Profile
with 20 mm Fireboard strip on the
rear side
Knauf CW double profile with covering strip
Scheme drawing, top view

SO4
Circumferential 12.5 mm Fireboard strip
Fold Knauf UW Profile and slide on
double profile
Knauf CW double profile with covering strip
Scheme drawing, top view

Note

625 mm
400 mm
20 mm

Alutop Access Panel on request

625 mm
Mineral wool
(see page 2)

20 mm Knauf Fireboard,
applied on entire ceiling area

625 mm
Knauf UW Profile

Built-in lighting
10 kg max.,
fastening acc. to
providers spec.
Additional continuous Knauf
CW Profile with 20 mm
Fireboard strip on the rear side

Drywall Screw TN 3.5x45


Screw fixing of access panel
into UW Profile (LB 3.5x9.5)

K219vuvo-SO1 Lateral section of built-in lighting


12.5 mm Knauf Fireboard applied
loose at the lighting area

Access panel

420 mm

Clearance

K219vuvo-SO3 Lateral section of access panel


Fireboard covering
ca. 100 mm

Circumferential 12.5 mm
Fireboard strip (applied after
installation of access panel)

Built-in lighting
10 kg max.
Additional continuous Knauf
CW Profile with 20 mm
Fireboard strip on the rear side

section
K219vuvo-SO2 Longitudinal
of built-in lighting

Knauf UW Profile

Access panel

600 mm

Clearance

Longitudinal section
K219vuvo-SO4 of
access panel

Knauf Free-spanning Fireboard Ceiling A1 K219


Consumption of Material of selected examples
Consumption of material per m ceiling without allowance for loss and waste.

Description

Unit

italic = not provided by Knauf

(Amounts refer to ceiling area of: 2.5 m x 10 m = 25 m)

Amount as average value


Fire resistance F90
solely from below

Fire resistance F90


solely from below and from above

Knauf Fireboard
2x 20 mm

Knauf Fireboard
20 mm

Perimeter Support
UW Profile 50x40x0.6; (4.0 m long)
UW Profile 75x40x0.6; (4.0 m long)
UW Profile 100x40x0.6; (4.0 m long)
UW Profile 125x40x0.6; (custom.)
UW Profile 150x40x0.6; (custom.)
Anchoring of UW Profiles as perimeter support:
Knauf Multi-purpose Screw FN 4.3 x 65 mm
or
Knauf
Ceiling Steel Dowel; (package 100 pcs)
or
Knauf
Nailable Plug "L" 8/80; (pakage 50 pcs)
or
suitable, approved anchor
or
or
or
or

CW Profile 50x50x0.6; (up to 5.0 m long)


CW Profile 75x50x0.6; (up tp 6.0 m long)
CW Profile 100x50x0.6; (up tp 6.0 m long)
CW Profile 125x50x0.6; (custom.)
CW Profile 150x50x0.6; (custom.)
Anchoring of CW Profiles as perimeter connection:
or Knauf Multi-purpose Screw FN 4.3 x 35 mm
or Knauf Ceiling Steel Dowel; (package 100 pcs)
or Knauf Nailable Plug "L" 8/80; (package 50 pcs)
suitable, approved anchor

or
or
or
or

0.8

2.7
pcs

2.6

0.8
5.3
2.6
2.6
-

0.2

0.2
-

pcs

as required

as required

Substructure
Knauf CW double profiles as ceiling profile:
CW Profile 50x50x0.6; (up to 5.0 m long)
or
CW Profile 75x50x0.6; (up tp 6.0 m long)
or
m
CW Profile 100x50x0.6; (up tp 6.0 m long)
or
CW Profile 125x50x0.6; (custom.)
or
CW Profile 150x50x0.6; (custom.)
Knauf CW double profiles, screw connected at web
Knauf Metal Screw LB 3.5 x 9.5 mm
pcs
Connection of double profiles with supporting UW runners:
or e.g. blind metal rivets
pcs
e.g. TN 3.5 x 25 mm
Insulation (observe fire protection requirements; see page 2) m

Cladding

3.0

3.0
-

2.4

2.4

2.6
as required

2.6
1.0

Knauf Fireboard; 20 mm
Knauf Drywall Screws; (fastening of Fireboard)
TN 3.5 x 35 mm

2.0

1.0

TN 3.5 x 45 mm

pcs

10
18

18
-

0.4

pcs

15

1.0

as required
-

as required
0.8

Knauf Fireboard Filler; (5 kg/20kg bag)

kg

Knauf Fibre Glass Joint Tape; (25 m roll)

Trenn-Fix 65; (50 m roll)

Edge Trim 23/13; (2.75 m long)

0.12
1.1
1.0
as required

0.06
1.1
1.0
as required

TN 3.5 x 55 mm
Fireboard covering strip, 120 mm wide:
Knauf Fireboard; 12.5 mm
Knauf Drywall Screws; (fastening of covering strips)
TN 3.5 x 25 mm
additional layer (covering):
Knauf Fireboard; 20 mm
additional layer (upgrading of partition):
Knauf Fireboard; 20 mm
Flex Profile

Filling

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Knauf Free-spanning Fireboard Ceiling A1 K219


Tender Specifications
Item Description

No. of units

Unit price

Total price

........ Subceiling DIN 18168-1 as free-spanning ceiling,


installation height in m ....................,
ceiling span in m ............................. .
Fire resistance class according to DIN 4102-2 F90,
for the ceiling solely resistant to fire from below to protect the basic ceiling and the plenum, */
for the ceiling solely resistant to fire from the plenum to protect the room below the ceiling, */
for the ceiling solely resistant to fire from the plenum and from below
to protect the room below the ceiling, the basic ceiling and the plenum *.
Anchored on reinforced concrete/ masonry/ metal stud partition/
wood frame partition/ ........................... *.
Upgrading of existent metal stud partition with 1 layer Knauf Fireboard 20mm,*
Substructure made of galvanized metal channels,
ceiling channels as double profiles CW 50/ 75/ 100/ 125/ 150 *
with covering strips made of Knauf Fireboard, thickness = 12.5 mm, width = 120 mm,*
Cladding made of Knauf Fireboard, thickness 20/ 2 x 20 * mm.
additional layer of Knauf Fireboard, thickness 20 mm, applied on top of the ceiling profiles,*
Insulation layer made of mineral wool acc. to DIN EN 13162 *,
thickness in mm ..............., min. density in kg/ m ..................., *
building material class A/ B1/ B2 *, melting point min. 1000 C. *
Product/ System: Knauf Free-spanning Fireboard Ceiling A1 K219

.......... m

..........

..........

........ Connection with joint,


fire resistance F90, for free-spanning ceiling,
circumferential, installation acc. to drawing no. ............... .

........... m

..........

..........

........ Expansion joint,


fire resistance F90, as upgrade for free-spanning ceiling,
installation acc. to drawing no. ............... .

........... m

..........

..........

........ Movement joint,


fire resistance F90,
as upgrade for free-spanning ceiling,
installation acc. to drawing no. ............... .

........... m

..........

..........

........ Ceiling bulkhead, height in m .................,


fire resistance F90,
as upgrade for free-spanning ceiling,
installation acc. to drawing no. ............... .

........... m

..........

..........

Cut out, as upgrade for free-spanning ceiling,


........ diameter in mm .................../ dimensions in mm ....................... *.

.......... pcs

..........

..........

........ Opening, incl. reinforcement of substructure,


for the installation of access panels/ ................................... *,
as upgrade for free-spanning ceiling, dimensions in mm ...........................,
installation acc. to drawing no. ............... .

........... pcs

..........

..........

........ Fire protection encasement for built-in lighting,


fire resistance F90,
dimensions in mm ...........................,
installation acc. to drawing no. ............... .

........... pcs

..........

..........

Access panel,
........ fire resistance F90,
with aluminium frame, dimensions in mm .........................,
filling made of Knauf boards, thickness in mm ................. ,
for free-spanning ceiling.
Product: Knauf Access Panel D171

........... pcs

..........

..........

........... m

..........

..........

........ Subsequent filling of joints of ceiling built-ins.


* Cancel not applicable items

Sub-total ................

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K219 Knauf Free-spanning Fireboard Ceiling A1


Construction, Application, Filling / Coats and linings

Construction
Knauf Free-Spanning Fireboard Ceilings A1 are
solely anchored on the walls at perimeter. Knauf
Fireboard (gypsum fleece boards of building material class A1) are fastened to a metal substructure made of Knauf CW double profiles. The application of additional loads like lighting fixtures with
max. 100 N (10 kg) per double profile (50 N per m
ceiling area) with suitable anchors directly to the
metal substructure is permissible.

Joints (extensions) of free-spanning profiles are


NOT allowed. Movement joints of the main structure have to be taken over into the construction of
the Knauf Fireboard Ceilings. Use control joints in
the case of ceiling areas over approx. 15 m length,
or for narrow ceiling spaces caused by a break of
a wall. Separate connections of Knauf Fireboard to
components made of materials other than gypsum,
especially columns, or thermally highly stressed

built-ins like lighting fixtures, with control joints that


allow for movement, e. g. shadow gaps.
Knauf profiles are delivered galvanized. The corrosion protective coating is sufficient for indoor
application, including bathrooms and kitchens in
private housing. For other areas, e. g. under influence of outdoor air, additional corrosion protection is necessary (see DIN 18168-1 table 2).

with Metal Screws LB 3.5 x 9,5 mm at a spacing


of 750 mm max.
Support length of CW double profiles in UW perimeter runners has to be at least 30 mm. Connect both top flanges of CW double with the UW
runner by riveting /crimping or screwing with LB
3.5 x 9.5, if no covering strip is required.
Only in case of fire protection solely from below
AND from above: Fasten Knauf Fireboard strips,
12.5 mm thick, 120 mm wide, as covering strips
on top and bottom of the CW double profiles alternating with Drywall Screws TN 3.5 x 25 mm
at a spacing of 250 mm max. Connection of CW
double profiles with UW perimeter profiles acc.
to page 3.

at the board edges in order to avoid buckling.


Firmly push Fireboard to substructure and fasten with Drywall Screws TN at a spacing of 170
mm alternating on the CW double profiles.
In case of double layer cladding, the spacing of
the screws can be increased for the first layer to
500 mm if the second layer is applied immediately afterwards (on the same day).
Only in case of fire protection solely from below
AND from above: Apply covering layer of Knauf
Fireboard 20 mm without fastening, tightly jointed.
Fastening of 20 mm thick Fireboard with Drywall
Screws TN 3.5 x 45 mm /
2 x 20 mm with TN 3.5 x 45 mm + TN 3.5 x 55
mm.
Apply Knauf Trenn-Fix 65 on connections to adjacent components and fill connection joints with
Fireboard Filler.

Application
If the free-spanning ceiling is connected (anchored) to a lightweight partition (F90), an additional, 20 mm thick Fireboard cladding layer is required for the partition on the side of the supporting connection.
Substructure
Supporting perimeter connection made of UW
Profiles. Anchoring acc. to table on page 3. In
case of connection to a lightweight partition
(F90) and fire protection from below AND from
above, apply Flex Profile underneath the additional Fireboard layer on the partition for the anchoring of the supporting perimeter runner.
Spacing of anchors in this case: 312.5 mm
In case of sound protection requirements, seal
up carefully with Acoustical Sealant according
to DIN 4109, supplement 1, chapter 5.2; porous
sealant strips like Sealing Tape are usually not
suitable in this case.
Connect CW Profiles as double profiles at web

Cladding
Apply Knauf Fireboard parallely to CW double
profiles. Place long edge joints on profiles.
Stagger front edge joints by 400 mm min.
Start fastening Fireboards in the board centre or

Filling / Coats and linings


Filling material
Hand filling with Knauf Fireboard Filler and Knauf
Fibre Glass Joint Tape.
Application
In case of double layer cladding, fill joints of first
layer, fill and smooth joints of top layer. Fill all visible screw heads. Recommendation: Fill front edge
joints of visible layers with Fibre Glass Joint Tape
as well.
Application temperature/climate
Filling of joints should only take place after the
boards have been allowed to rest in the given humidity and temperature zones, and no more longitudinal changes can be expected, i. e. expansion
or contraction.
Joints should be filled at a minimum temperature
of +10 C (50 F).
In case of mastic asphalt screed, fill joints after
screed has been applied.

Knauf Direct
Technical Advisory Service:
Phone: +49 9001 31-1000 *
Fax: +49 1805 31-4000 **
www.knauf.de
K219/engl./D/02.05/FB/D

Coats and linings


Use a primer on Knauf Fireboard before coating
or painting. Ensure that the primer and the coat or
paint are compatible. The following coats can be
used on Knauf Fireboard:
Wallpaper: paper, textile and synthetic wallpapers. Use only adhesives made of cellulose according to Code of Practice no. 16 Technische
Richtlinien fr Tapezier- und Klebearbeiten,
Frankfurt/Main 2002, released by Bundesausschuss Farbe und Sachwertschutz.
After applying paper or glass fleece wallpaper
ensure adequate ventilation for fast drying.
Plasters: Knauf Structured Plasters, e .g. resin
palster, Finishing Plaster, entire surface skimming with Knauf Fireboard Filler, mineral plasters. After application of resin plaster ensure adequate ventilation for fast drying.
Coats: Wash and abrasive resistant resin dispersion paints, multicoloured (rainbow) emulsion, oil paint, matte-finish lacquer, alkyd res-

in paint, polymer resin paint, PUR lacquer, or


epoxy-based lacquer, according to intended use
or as required.
Alkaline coats such as lime, water glass paints
and silicate-based paints are not suitable for
gypsum board surfaces.
Silicate-based emulsion paints may be used after referring to the manufacturers recommendations and following the stipulated guidelines
closely.
Use Knauf Spezialgrund to prime the entire surface of filled Knauf Fireboards to control suction
and for optical harmonisation of the surface. Knauf
Spezialgrund is a system component for the creation of surfaces with higher quality requirements
acc. to Code of Practice no. 2 Verspachtelung von
Gipsplatten - Oberflchengten of the IGG.

Knauf Drywall and Floor Systems Am Bahnhof 7, 97346 Iphofen, Germany


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of Knauf Gips KG, i.e. private builders or non-patrons, will be charged a rate of 1.69 per minute. Calls from mobile phones will be charged 1.48 per minute.

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0.14 /Min.

All technical changes reserved. Only the current printed instructions are valid. Our warranty is expressly limited to our products in flawless condition. All application quantities and delivery amounts
are based on empirical data that are not easily transferable to other deviating areas. The stated information represents current state-of-the-art Knauf technology. The entire state of approved engineering rules, appropriate standards, guidelines, and rules of craftsmanship are not included herewith. These and all application instructions have to be adhered to separately by the installer.
All rights reserved. All amendments, reprints and photocopies, including those of excerpts, require the express permission of Knauf Gips KG, Am Bahnhof 7, 97346 Iphofen, Germany. Delivery
via professional building material distributors only, in accordance with our current business, delivery and payment terms.

The constructional and structural properties, and characteristic building physics of Knauf systems can solely be
ensured with the exclusive use of Knauf system components, or other products expressly recommended by Knauf.