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Fast-track solutions for encasing stairwells.

Thistle Beads

A range of galvanized steel plaster beads designed for solid plastering or skimming.

Thistle Browning

For moderate suction with and adequate mechanical key.

Thistle Dri-Coat

Cement based undercoat for replastering after dpc installation.

Thistle Durafinish

Thistle Durafinish is a gypsum finish plaster specially formulated for increased resistance to accidental damage. It enables significantly longer maintenance intervals and lower long-term cost in heavy traffic areas of many types of building. It may be used on a wide range of backgrounds, including most undercoat plasters, and to enhance the surface damage resistance of any British Gypsum partition or wall lining system. It is particularly suited to the applications for GypWall EXTREME and GypWall ROBUST.


Thistle Durafinish is designed for the finishing of a wide range of backgrounds, from low-suction (e.g. Gyproc plasterboards, Glasroc F MULTIBOARD, Glasroc F FIRECASE, Rigidur H, Thistle Dri-Coat, sufficiently flat concrete) through to the medium-to-high suction of gypsum or cement-based undercoat plasters. Most backgrounds which normally require a bonding agent to provide adhesion can be directly plastered with Thistle Durafinish (e.g. MR plasterboards, cast in-situ concrete, previously plastered surfaces), provided they are clean, sound and reasonably dry. High suction backgrounds, such as undercoat plasters, require pre-treating with Thistle GypPrime prior to the application of Thistle Durafinish.

Fire protection:

Thistle Durafinish achieves a Euroclass A2, s1-d0 reaction to fire rating.


  • Thistle Durafinish complies with EN 13279-1 type B7, “Gypsum plaster for plasterwork with enhanced surface hardness”.
  • All British Gypsum plasters are manufactured under a quality system independently audited and certified as conforming to ISO 9001: 2000.

Thistle X-Ray

Where protection from X-rays is required.

Timber frame

Drylining system for structural, timber framed walls.

Timber joist ceilings

A range of plasterboards and metal resilient bars designed to form ceilings in residential buildings.

Timber stud

Single or twin frame stud partitions.

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