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  Good Practice Guide: Internal Linings 2nd edition

Specifying and fixing internal linings demands a high degree of skill to ensure that the finished installation will perform in the environment the internal linings are installed in and meet the end user's expectations. There is a wide range of internal lining materials available, and there is often a gap between what is expected of particular lining materials and what is achievable given the construction methods being used. GPG-Internal-Linings-Cover.jpg

The aim of this fully revised second edition of this Good Practice Guide is to cover most current wall and ceiling lining applications including lining selection, support systems and fixings. It sets out the requirements and installation processes for all aspects of

 lining installtion so that realistic finish quality levels can be set and the completed installation achieves the expected quality level. It does not cover the selection and installation of suspended ceiling systems. 

The audience is designers and specifiers, builders, partition installers, lining installers, stopping contractors, building officials, building owners and students of design and construction.

This book covers:

  • Performance requirements
  • Lining materials
  • Level of finish
  • Supporting linings
  • Fixing and installation
  • Sheet edge detailing
  • Flush stopping
  • Special applications
  • Storage and handing
  • Maintenance and repairs

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