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    Default Jointing PDF from British Gyspum

    You may have all seen this before but it is a download link for the jointing section of the BG white book

    Can be useful to send to clients when they are asking for advice on products to use for their projects.

    If I get sometime I will locate the Knauf one also.
    Last edited by amestaper; 20-10-2010 at 10:20 PM. Reason: changed dead link to one that works

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    That's a handy file to have. Thanks for that.
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