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Plates intended for the coating of the metal skeleton to which they are screwed. The main material of which are constituted is the plaster, and the paper placed on both faces gives it consistency. The joints between them are treated with tapes and their own masses and, after being sanded, they are painted resulting in a uniform surface. Usually, these plates are known for Plasterboard, Plasterboard or Plasterboard (in Brazil). The plates do not add resistance to the structure and therefore are disregarded in the engineering calculation. Non-structural partition systems, which include slabs and metal profiles, are often referred to as SCPGL, that is, Plumbing Plates. In Portugal, it is also common to use the term “walls of PLADUR” to designate these types of partitions, [&hellip

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Structural and Types of plates

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In this site, the expression structural plaques refer to panels that have characteristics that allow them to impart rigidity to the structure of the building, resisting vertical and lateral loads. Usually, these plates are bolted to the structure of walls, floors, and roofs, constituting a structural diaphragm. Their mechanical characteristics, thicknesses, and spacing of the screws that fix them to the metallic elements are defined by engineering calculations, as determined by the legislation, namely in EC5. In addition to the function of counter-balancing the metal structure, these plates also serve to coat the skeleton of the building, providing support for subsequent exterior finishing materials, such as the ETICS system. From the inside, they close the cavity between profiles, space where are placed the materials of [&hellip

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