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Topic Tuesday: Next generation gypsum boards

Posted by Mats Hjørnevik on 16. April 2019

Gypsum boards (plasterboard/drywall) are a very commonly used product in the construction industry. Currently, the production of the boards is a labor-intensive, CO2 producing and energy consuming process with the need for many synthesized additives to retain the flow, strength and setting profiles. What if you could change that?

Research Scientist at Borregaard, Harrison Gallantree-Smith is once again visiting Topic Tuesday to share some fresh information and findings from the construction industry.

Join us in episode 13 of Topic Tuesday, as we dig deeper into the process of producing gypsum boards and how it potentially could be revitalized. The regulations will come, be ahead already today.


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Mats Hjørnevik

Mats Hjørnevik

Mats Hjørnevik has more than eight years’ experience working on microfibrillated cellulose. Being the marketing manager of the Exilva products from Borregaard, he worked closely on introducing the concept of microfibrillated cellulose to the market. Mats has a M.Sc. in international marketing and experience from international locations. Mats is now marketing manager in Nordkapp Boats.

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