Companies
Isover South Africa is a division of the international Saint-Gobain group.
location_on Midrand, Gauteng
GBCSA-Green Building Council SA
The GBCSA is an independent, non-profit, membership-based organisation that was formed in 2007 by leaders from all sectors of the commercial property industry.
Brochures
today23 Jun 2017
verified_userSaint-Gobain Gyproc South Africa

Saint Gobain Gyproc Wall Insulation - Framework Drylining

today23 Jun 2017
verified_userSaint-Gobain Gyproc South Africa

Saint-Gobain Gyproc Habito™ Drywall Technical Information

With the strength of brick and the benefits of drywall. The Gyproc high performance drywall with Habito is strong enough to handle 15kg per screw and 5 x more core strength than standard plasterboard.
today23 Jun 2017
verified_userIsover South Africa

Cavitybatt & Cavitylite: An Innovative Dry Wall Insulation

Cavitybatt & Cavitylite have been specially developed for use within steel frame structures, timber frame buildings and dry wall systems. These products are manufactured using high quality Glasswool and are glass tissue faced on one side for ease of handling and improved rigidity. Cavittybatt is manufactured in standard sized batts and Cavitylite come in standard sized rolls, manufactured to standard grid system sizes to reduce wastage.
News & Product Highlights
today5 Feb 2018
verified_userSaint-Gobain Gyproc South Africa

Sustainable practice for GBCSA's new Rosebank home

In an effort to help the Green Building Council of SA achieve a Green Star SA Interiors rating of its new Johannesburg headquarters, one of its founding members, interior construction company Saint-Gobain, sponsored the ceiling and partition material used in the project installation
today15 Sep 2016
verified_userIsover South Africa

Isover launches Cavitylite glasswool insulation

ISOVER Cavitylite has been specially developed for use within steel frame structures, timber frame buildings and dry wall systems. Like its predecessor Cavitybatt, Cavitylite is manufactured using high quality Glasswool and is glass tissue faced on one side for ease of handling and improved rigidity. 
today22 Jan 2016

LSFB brings peace and beauty to Vrede en Lust

It has taken some time for the South African architectural industry to accept that light steel frame building (LSFB) is a construction method suitable even for complex and creative design. Yet, in the recent past in South Africa, not only has this exciting building method become increasingly accepted in the main stream architectural and construction industries, it has also shown that an architect can design almost any building or structure and have it executed with LSFB.