Versatile board means anything is possible

With Marmox Multiboard the sky’s the limit for creative bathroom or wet room design

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Possibilities in bathroom design are almost endless with Marmox Multiboard, whether it's complete bathrooms, creative showers, shelving units, bathroom furniture or individual items. The boards can be cut to the desired size and shape, and are completely waterproof, insulating, versatile, lightweight and robust.

Available in thicknesses from 4mm to 60mm, the boards can be fixed to a solid wall of brick or block, even existing tiles, and then simply plastered or tiled, with no need for battens. Using the 6mm Multiboard on solid walls means the minimum of thickness is required for refurbishment work.

Multiboard’s unique and patented textured concrete surface provides a strong key which enables tiles of very high weights to be safely fitted on walls. The maximum weight is limited only by the capacity of the tile adhesive and the wall structure the board is fixed to. The loading capacity of Multiboard typically exceeds 100kg/m2

The boards are manufactured from extruded polystyrene (XPS), providing a fully waterproof core combined on both sides with a unique patented textured surface which consists of a fibre-reinforced coating of polymer-modified concrete. It is this surface that gives the board its ideal bonding with the adhesive, ensuring tiles will remain firmly adhered to the surface.

The range includes solutions for curved walls and showers too. Marmox Multiboard Curved comes preformed with grooves cut into one of the surfaces, which allow it to be flexed and shaped into curves or even circles to create a completely customised bathroom feature. Creating a curved shower, curved walls, archways and even bathroom furniture is easy using Marmox Multiboard Curved. 

 

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For more information and technical support visit www.marmox.co.uk

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