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The vast majority of Gyprock products are manufactured in company owned, state-of-the-art manufacturing facilities across Australia. Each facility conducts regular testing under a Quality Management System complying with ISO 9001/2000 to ensure you can specify and use Gyprock products with utmost confidence. In addition, Gyprock plasterboard is manufactured to meet the requirements of AS/NZS 2588.

Gyprock devotes substantial resources to new technology development to deliver superior products and systems to meet Australia's ever-changing construction needs.

Over the years, Gyprock has introduced innovative technologies that have had a major impact on product performance and installation practices. Much of the research and development is conducted in Gyprock's NATA accredited Technical Centre in Wetherill Park, NSW. Gyprock also collaborates with other research leaders in Australia and overseas to create the best products for the Australian market.


Optimised Core Technology

In 2014, Gyprock introduced Optimised Core technology, which now features in Gyprock Plus and Supaceil. This revolutionary technology allows the production of plasterboard with higher strength and reduced weight for easier lifting and handling.

Optimised Core technology features a dense outer layer of gypsum under the paper lining to increase strength and impact resistance while an aerated core reduces weight to produce a board that is lighter and easy to handle.



Plasterboard manufacture has an inherent low environmental impact. Gypsum is a plentiful naturally occurring, non-toxic sedimentary rock, energy use is amongst the lowest of any building product* and production emissions are limited to water vapour and products of natural gas consumption.

Gyprock continually strives to improve sustainable manufacturing practices, through innovations which include:

  • All the liner boards used for our plasterboard and cornice is from 100% recycled sources.
  • 95% of manufacturing waste is recycled either back into the production process or converted to by-products such as soil conditioners for the agricultural industry.
  • Gyprock manufacturing plants seek continual improvement with major initiatives aimed at reducing waste water, energy use and material sent to landfill.
  • Higher levels of recycled content in Gyprock Superchek and EC08 products.

*Investor Group on Climate Change (IGCC) (2007), Potential Earnings Impacts from Climate Change: Construction Material, pp 8