Reducing risks

The volume of respirable airborne dust created on building sites during sanding can now be reduced with new SHEETROCK® Dust Control Joint Compound from USG Boral.

The volume of respirable airborne dust created on building sites during sanding can now be reduced with new SHEETROCK® Dust Control Joint Compound from USG Boral.

Ideal for both new builds and renovation projects, where furniture often needs to be removed or covered, Dust Control also makes clean-up easier and faster, helping to mitigate dust and adding an extra layer of protection.

The formulation glides on effortlessly with a trowel, roller or sprayer, weighs up to 25 per cent less than conventional USG Boral joint compounds, and is less inclined to shrinkage.

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