[CPD Seminar 181110] Is Drywall Strong & Suitable for Wet Prone Areas?

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[CPD Seminar 181110] Is Drywall Strong & Suitable for Wet Prone Areas?
Start:
10th November 2018 8:30 am
End:
10th November 2018 12:00 pm
Cost:
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Organizer:
PAM Sarawak Chapter
Email:
info@pamsc.org.my
Updated:
17th October 2018
Venue:
PAM Sarawak Chapter
Address:
Kuching, Sarawak, Malaysia
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Mr. Wan Tiong Hing
Technical Development Manager

Wan Tiong Hing holds a Degree in Civil Engineering and has previously worked in the field of fire protection industry which involved in research and development of system for 15 years.
Wan started working for Saint-Gobain Malaysia Sdn. Bhd. in November 2013 where he held the position of Technical Development Manager providing technical support activities covering both Malaysia & Singapore. Apart from his heavy involvement in system development for Gyproc, he also frequently conduct training program to both internal staffs and external parties such as contractors, dealers, specifiers, etc.

Synopsis:

Common perception believes that building materials such as concrete blocks, bricks, pre-cast panel etc. are best suit for wet prone areas i.e. bath room and kitchen. Drywall construction is a growing building technique nowadays gaining fast popularity amongst builders, specifiers and installers due to vast attributes it could benefit from. Despite its lightweight and flexible features, use of drywall, particularly gypsum based plasterboard, would generally raise doubt over its durability and functionality when confronting with moisture. Through its research and development efforts, Gyproc continues to promote the best practices in drywall application at wet areas, as well as exploring and introducing innovative building material that would address the most concern performance of gypsum plasterboard – moisture resistance and load carrying capacity. These concerns shall be addressed by Gyproc Glasroc® H & Habito® board, with information highlighting on design considerations, good practices, product features and selection, as well as construction details which could be served as valuable reference into future.

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En. Ahmad Wazir Alias
Technical Manager

Ahmad Wazir Alias holds a Diploma in Building & has been involved in the Drymix Industry for the last 20 years; where he is involved in Sales, Marketing, Research & Development of product/solution; as well as in Technical Support. He started working for Manewtech – Belle Sdn Bhd in June 1999, before the local company was acquired by Saint-Gobain Weber in 2008; where he held the position of Marketing & Technical Manager till 2017. Effective 2017 Ahmad Wazir Alias oversees the Technical Department and is very much involved & focused in Product Development, Training & Site Support where he leads a dedicated team specializing in Tile Fixing & Plastering Mortar.

Topic: Tile Adhesive Technology & Good Tiling Practices Towards Improved Qlassic/ Conquas Score; based on MS 1294 & BS 5385

Synopsis:

The presentation covers approaches in Qlassic Standard (Conquas) & MS Standards (BS Standards) in terms of tiling defect especially hollowness.

Type & situation where hollowness may occur; and how the method outlined in the MS & BS Standard (MS 1294 & BS 5385) as well as the deployment of WEBER Tile Installation Solution … can improve the overall quality of tiling work, minimizing defect and translate into improved Qlassic score.


REGISTRATION FEE: 

  • PAM Member: FREE

  • Non-Member: RM 50.00

  • Anyone who Walk in Without Prior Registration: RM 50.00

Conditions:

1. Kindly bank-in your payment to:

    PERTUBUHAN AKITEK MALAYSIA SARAWAK CHAPTER

    Public Bank Berhad

    Account No. 3112897501

2. Please forward your bank transaction to fax no. 082-451180 or email with details of participant. 

3. Receipts will be issued direct to participant hence ensure your particulars are duly filled-in. 

4. Registrations without Payment will not be entertained.

5. Those who registered and paid but did not show up on the day and did not inform before closing date is consider forfeited/no refund.

6. Those who did not register but show up on the day can sign in but pay registration fee based on walk in rate.


The Registration is closed. 

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