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Which False Ceiling Material is Better: Gypsum or POP?

When choosing the raw material for the manufacture of a false ceiling, one has to decide between plasterboard and POP (gypsum plaster). Both consist essentially of gypsum, a natural mineral. Drywall is factory-made from gypsum with water and some additives between the paper. When gypsum is partially dehydrated by heating, it forms gypsum, or POP, a fine, fast-setting white powder that has many uses, including the on-site fabrication of suspended ceilings. Gypsumand POP have three properties in common: they are light, thermally insulating, and fireproof.However, suspended ceilings made of these materials have their strengths and weaknesses. If you are considering installing a false ceiling in your home, here are the pros and cons to help you decide.

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