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J H Pre-finished Interior Linings

HardieGlaze™ Lining, Horizon™ Lining and Rawform® Lining

Product Description

Horizon™
Horizon Lining is a 6mm thick, prefinished fibre cement lining available as 2400x1200 and 2700x1200 sizes. With a contemporary palette of eight colours, Horizon Lining is ideal for anywhere that requires a great looking and durable wall finish, ideal for both work and living spaces.

Rawform®
Rawform Lining was created in response to the architectural demand for 'honest' products such as polished concrete. It's has been crafted to 'expose' the true nature of James Hardie fibre cement. Rawform Lining is a pre-finished lining with a high gloss finish.

HardieGlaze™
HardieGlaze Lining is a hard-wearing pre-finished internal wall lining that helps create an easy-clean ceramic look. The product is available in three profiles:

  • Smooth - ideal residential wet and dry area lining and as its name suggests, has a smooth finish. Ideal for creating minimalist, modern looks.
  • Premium - Back sealed and designed for commercial and industrial wet and dry areas, ideal for food processing areas where strict hygiene conditions apply.
  • Tile - tile patterned embossed into a hard wearing, high gloss polyurethane coating. Available in differing tile patterns so you can create your own look. (Listello - contemporary brick look with a horizontal  / Grande - a more classic vertical design.

 

Technical and Environmental Benefits

HardieGlaze is a hard-wearing high-gloss polyurethane coating. Product warranty of 15 years.

Horizon is a low maintenance and easily cleaned. Product warranty of 15 years.

Rawform provides fastener free installation, making it easy to install straight over framing or over existing linings. Product warranty of 10 years.

Certificates
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Product Technical Performance AS/NZS 2908.2 compliance document
Indoor Air Quality certification Low VOC certificate
Green Star NZ / Homestar Summary Sheet No analysis has been undertaken for this product.
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Manufacturers and Suppliers

James Hardie specialises in manufacturing durable, high quality and innovative lightweight composite building products.

James Hardie started the company as a leather tanning business in Melbourne in 1888. He later recruited fellow Scot Andrew Reid in 1891, importing tannery and curriers supplies. While on a trip in London in 1903, James chanced upon 'fibro-cement', a new type of roofing and lining slate that was made in France, and imported it to Australia. The company pioneered technology for the manufacture of cellulose fibre reinforced cement as an alternative to asbestos cement in Australia during the early 1980s.

James Hardie building products are made from locally sourced materials and are manufactured in Penrose, Auckland. All James Hardie building products have been manufactured with the intent to fit the purpose and to withstand and last the harsh NZ weather conditions and building practices.

Contact Information

Manufacturer

James Hardie NZ ltd.

James Hardie NZ ltd.

Web Site : http//:www.jameshardie.co.nz
Physical Address

50, O'Rorke Road,
Penrose,
Auckland.


Phone Number : 09 525 8608
Application and Purpose

HardieGlaze Lining will create an easy-clean ceramic look on bathroom walls, showers, laundries, and kitchen walls. HardieGlaze Lining is also ideal in commercial applications such as shop linings, commercial kitchens with strict hygiene requirements, bathrooms and change-room facilities.

Horizon Lining can be used in bathrooms, kitchens, laundries and as feature walls. It is also ideal for commercial applications such as commercial kitchens, restaurants, shop linings and public spaces.

Rawform is a durable dry area internal lining - ideal for feature walls and internal walls.

Installation and Maintenance

Horizon Lining & HardieGlaze Lining (Dry & Wet Area)

General installation requirements
All fixing for walls and ceilings must comply with this specification. At all adhesive-fixed sheet joints, the centre line of the joint must coincide with the centre line of the stud, nog or plate. This is to ensure sufficient adherence of adjoining sheets to the frame along the sheet edges. Best practice notes: In wet areas where possible always:
1. Use a factory sealed edge at the bottom.
2. If there is any variation in quality of the factory sheet edges, put the best one to the bottom.
Fix the sheet from the centre working towards the outside, to avoid drumminess. Fix sheets to the timber or steel frame using a solvent-based or foam polyurethane wallboard adhesive (to the centres shown in the relevant diagrams in the respective installation manuals), to the perimeter of all sheets, intermediate studs, plates and nogs. For further adhesive instructions refer to the installation manual. Sheets must be fixed 6mm clear of the floor for general wall applications. Care must be taken to ensure that this gap does not become filled with residue during the construction process. Fix mouldings with nails or screws at 300mm max centres. Aluminium mouldings may also be fixed to frame with C-25 brad nails at 300mm maximum centres.

Always refer to the Horizon Lining & HardieGlaze Installation Manual before commencing any installation work.

Maintenance
Horizon Lining & HardieGlaze Lining is resistant to the damage from moisture but still the sheet must be installed and maintained to resist the penetration of moisture. It is important that the sealants and jointers are prevented from any damage to ensure that water doesn't penetrate behind the lining. Regular inspections are required to determine whether any system components need replacing. Refer to cleaning recommendation in the installation manual.

Always refer to the Horizon Lining & HardieGlaze Lining Installation Manual before commencing any maintenance work.


Rawform Lining (Dry Area Only)

General installation requirements
Fix Rawform Lining to the timber or steel frame using solvent-based or polyurethane wallboard adhesive (to the centres shown in the relevant diagrams), to the perimeter of all sheets, intermediate studs, plates and nogs. For further adhesive instructions refer to pages 8 - 10 of the installation manual. Sheets must be fixed 6mm clear of the floor and ceiling for general wall applications. Care must be taken to ensure that this gap does not become filled with residue during the construction process. At all adhesive-fixed sheet joints, the centre line of the joint must coincide with the centre line of the stud, nog or plate. This is to ensure sufficient adherence of adjoining sheets to the frame along the sheet edges. Fix aluminium mouldings with nails or screws at 300mm max centres. Aluminium mouldings may also be fixed to the frame with C-25 brad nails at 300mm maximum centres.

Always refer to the Rawform Lining Installation Manual before commencing any installation work.

Maintenance
The sheet must be installed and maintained to resist the penetration of moisture. The sheet surface must be protected from sharp edges and high impacts etc. to save sheet coating from getting damaged or scratched. Always use a non abrasive soft cloth to clean the sheet surface. Non abrasive cleaning detergents can be used if needed.

Always refer to the Rawform Lining Installation Manual before commencing any maintenance work.

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