No special tools are required to use FireCrunch.

It can be sawn, drilled, screwed and planed just like timber. USING TIMBER TOOLS.

It is recommended that screw fasteners, not stud adhesives, are used when fixing the sheets in the wet areas of steel and timber framed buildings.

FireCrunch is easy to work and machine with normal woodworking tools and equipment. Cut sheets with a fine tooth handsaw or power saw. Edges may be trimmed with a smoothing plane, power plane or sandpaper.

Panels with thicknesses 10mm and under can be deep scored with a cutting knife and snapped along the straight edge in the same way as you would with gypsum boards.
Where holes are required clean cutter bits or twist drills are satisfactory.

Woodworking shapers, spindle moulders and high speed routers may be used to shape or mould the edges of FireCrunch. Tungsten carbide tipped cutters are preferred for long production runs.

Note: FireCrunch does not require the use of expensive countersinking to fix which takes extra time time and requires expensive tungston tipped drills and saws. As with CFC cement sheeting and is some 35% less in price.