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You may buy Fire Resistance Design Manual from Gypsum Association, 810 First
St., NE, #510, Washington,  DC 20002.  202-289-5440 or 202-289-3707 ( Fax )
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Sent: Wednesday, May 14, 2003 1:48 PM
Subject: Fireproof partitions


> I need some guidance into a suitable system for a project I am working on.
>
> I need a "fire-wall".  I work in the petrochemical industry and basically
I
> need a partition which has been already been sized (say 22' x 12' high)
and
> located.  In the past, we have used Durock cement board (wonderboard).
The
> problem with using that now, however, is that the current partition is
> fully exposed to the elements (unless we enclose/waterproof it).
>
> Are there any proprietary products anybody has heard of or has used that
> might work in this situation?
>
>
>
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