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6 Facts about Synthetic Gypsum

Sep 08, 2010 0183 32 Gypsum board, also known as wallboard, sheetrock or most commonly drywall, is the most common form of finish wall sheathing Common drywall is made of gypsum plaster sandwiched between two thick layers of paper, and makes for a very smooth finish As with many other materials, the gypsum industry has found a way to incorporate recycled materials into drywall, which makes for a ,...

American Gypsum

American Gypsum has been manufacturing, selling, and distributing gypsum wallboard products throughout the United States since 1985 A unique, professional commitment to the highest level of customer service a strong belief in teamwork investment in employee training and state-of-the-art manufacturing equipment create a consistent quality product and a company that surpasses the industry...

Synthetic Gypsum

Gypsum board manufacturers are increasingly relying on synthetic gypsum as an effective alternative to natural gypsum It is estimated that roughly 45 of the gypsum used by US manufacturers in 2010 was of the synthetic variety Synthetic gypsum and natural gypsum have similar general chemical compositions CaSO 4 2H 2 0 The vast ....

Synthetic Gypsum Green American Gypsum

Synthetic Gypsum Gypsum Doesn t Have To Come From A Mine It Can Be Made Too The process of making American Gypsum s Synthetic Gypsum FGD Gypsum at our Georgetown, SC facility starts at our partner power plants, where SO2 gas sulfur dioxide is passed through limestone that is sprayed in the air pollution control scrubber stack...

Plant Locations

The company has 17 operative gypsum board plant locations located in strategic markets nationwide to offer customers quick delivery Some of the newest, such as the Apollo Beach, FL, Shippingport, PA, Westwego, LA and Mt Holly, NC facilities, use solid waste byproduct gypsum from nearby power plants to produce wallboard...

Gypsum Board Are Our Walls Leaching Toxins? BuildingGreen

Mar 14, 2012 0183 32 Synthetic content varies from product to product, and also from manufacturing plant to manufacturing plant While about half of gypsum today is synthetic gypsum and that number is rising as plants are built next to power plants instead of gypsum mines, I m sure if you look around it wont take long to find a plant close to you that offers ....