You are using an outdated browser version not supported by this website.
Click here to upgrade your browser

Monotek Sheet
Description

Developed specifically for New Zealand's climatic conditions, Monotek Sheet is a versatile cladding solution to achieve monolithic look using proprietary jointing and texture coating systems. 9mm Monotek Sheet can also be used for external stone application.

Product Profiles:

The Monotek Sheets are 2 edged recessed.

  • 7.5mm thick
  • 2450mm, 2700mm or 3000mm long
  • 1200 wide

 or

  • 9mm thick
  • 2450mm, 2700mm or 3000mm long
  • 1200 wide
Key Features
  • Sealed on the face and all edges for extra moisture resistance
  • Resistant to fire and to damage from moisture and rotting when installed and maintained correctly
  • Provides fire resistance of up to 60 minutes when installed as per the current James Hardie Fire and Acoustic Design Manual
  • Has a board warranty of 15 years
  • Monotek Sheet has been BRANZ appraised
  • Suitable for use in very high wind zones
  • Monotek Sheet is also suitable for bracing
NZ Made
NZ Made
B1 Structure compliant
Structure
B2 Durability compliant
Durability
E2 External Moisture compliant
External Moisture
F2 Hazardous Building Materials compliant
Hazardous Building Materials
H1 Energy Efficiency compliant
Energy Efficiency
BRANZ Appraised
BRANZ Appraised
Literature
Drawings
CAD
Product Assurance
Fire and Acoustic Design Manual
Independent Appraisal (BRANZ)
Material Safety Data Sheet
Technical Literature on Supplier Website
Technical Manual
Technical Manual: External Stone/ Tile/ Brick Slip

James Hardie are an international building materials company and a global producer of fibre cement.

Product Enquiries

News from James Hardie

High-Value Acoustic Performance for Inter-tenancy Floors
James Hardie Wall System Put to the Test During Hobsonville Fire
RAB Board Solution for New Takapuna Apartments

Posts by Singh Kamboj

See All

Get a free weekly digest of essential news

New and updated architectural products, design solutions, inspiration, technical advice and more when you sign up for EBOSS.