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Considered a construction industry bible, the Gyprock Red Book puts all the performance detail and technical guidance you need to specify residential and commercial wall, ceiling, column and beam systems at your fingertips
The Gyprock Red Book is the plasterboard industry’s most widely recognised and respected design guide. Now, it has been revamped to offer 442 pages of best-in-class performance detail and technical guidance for builders, architects, designers, engineers and specifiers selecting fire, acoustic and thermal wall, ceiling, column and beam systems.
This latest version offers:
The Red Book is available in hard copy for purchase at Gyprock Trade centres or you can download a PDF copy below.
You can also access the Red Book wherever, whenever and however you work thanks to the Red Book Companion. This revolutionary cloud-based digital application gives you access to the Red Book on any phone, tablet, laptop and desktop computer
To get the app directly on your mobile phone, simply SMS Red Book to 0400 813 813 and follow the links.
Please fill in the form below to download the Red Book PDF. You can download the full contents of the book or just the sections you require.
Note: An addendum was released in November 2017 with new detail for cladding substitutions as well as corrected information. To download the addendum only, click here.