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PostPosted: Sat Jun 02, 2018 9:18 am 
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i have plasterboard that is double ie honeycomb cardboard between the sheets, does this have a special name?
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Possibly, *Paramount partition board*

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:withstupid: it’s paramount partitions that were popular in the 70s and 80s. I’m guessing the wall will be about 70mm thick?

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That's a new name to me . Funnily enough I recently did a job and the partition walls were just that very stuff , at least now I know what I've worked with. Thanks.


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thank you,and yes the house was built in the 80`s it was the thickness i was interested in.


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AFAIK Paramount-like walling is still around, although these days it tends to be used on projects such as office partitioning (and it may no longer be called Paramount, either). Recently done some work with a product from SIG which was very similar

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