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Hardie™ Panel Compressed Sheet

Compressed Fibre Cement structural floor substrate.

Product Details

Hardie™ Panel is a compressed fibre cement (CFC) sheet for ceramic tile finishes over timber or lightweight steel joists. Used as substrate for tiled balconies and tiled internal wet-area floors, HardiePanel is a durable alternative to particle board and plywood and is resistant to damage from moisture. Strong and resilient, Hardie Panel can also be used as formwork in a range of industrial and commercial applications such as bridges and roadworks. Deemed non-combustible in accordance with the provisions of the Building Code of Australia, it can also be used for floors in bushfire prone areas.

Features & Benefits

Durable

Durable

Engineered to endure. Hardie’s fibre cement is resistant to fire, termites, rot and damage from moisture.

Fire Resistant

Fire Resistant

6mm sheets can be used in Fire rating up to 60 minutes when used with HardieSmart™ wall systems.

Product Specifications

Product Code
Length (mm)
Width (mm)
Thickness (mm)
Surface Texture
Effective Cover Per Piece (m2)
Effective Width (mm)
Coverage Per Pack (m2)
Mass (kg/m2)
Weight Per Unit
Pack Weight (kg)

400087*

2400

900

15

Smooth

2.16

900

21.6

27.25

58.86

588.6

400083*

1800

1200

15

Smooth

2.16

1200

21.6

27.25

58.86

588.6

400081**

2400

1200

15

Smooth

2.88

1200

28.8

27.25

78.48

784.8

400079**

3000

1200

15

Smooth

3.6

1200

36

27.25

98.1

981

400098*

3000

900

18

Smooth

2.7

900

21.6

31.87

86.05

688.39

400094**

2400

1200

18

Smooth

2.88

1200

23.04

31.87

91.79

734.28

400460**

3000

1200

18

Smooth

3.6

1200

28.8

31.87

114.73

917.86

400461**

2400

1200

24

Smooth

2.88

1200

17.28

43.11

124.16

744.94

*Discontinued from 2nd Aug 2021 / **Unavailable in WA

Technical Resources

Best Practice Guide
Wet Area Construction Application Guide
Installation Guide
Technical Specifications
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