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iSeekplant has a wide network of local gypsum suppliers for construction projects. As the largest online construction marketplace in Australia, we connect our searchers with our plant and service suppliers. Our gypsum suppliers are well-experienced and renowned across the country to ensure you’re receiving the best project outcomes. The other quarry products we offer include washed sand, concrete recycling, waste disposal, soil disposal, top soil, aggregate, crushed dust, road base, crushed rock, sand supplies, soil supplies, crushed concrete, drainage gravel, crushed limestone and landscaping supplies.

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iSeekplant has a wide network of local gypsum suppliers for construction projects. As the largest online construction marketplace in Australia, we connect our searchers with our plant and service suppliers. Our gypsum suppliers are well-experienced and renowned across the country to ensure you’re receiving the best project outcomes. The other quarry products we offer include washed sand, concrete recycling, waste disposal, soil disposal, top soil, aggregate, crushed dust, road base, crushed rock, sand supplies, soil supplies, crushed concrete, drainage gravel, crushed limestone and landscaping supplies.

Gypsum Supply FAQs

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1. What is gypsum?

Gypsum is a soft sulfate mineral composed of calcium sulfate dihydrate. It is found in layers that were formed under salt water millions of years ago. The gypsum mineral remained when the water evaporated.

Mined from sedimentary rock formations around the world, gypsum takes the form of crystals which can be found projecting from rock – leading to its old English name of Spear Stone. Gypsum can be shaped and hardened when mixed with water, resuming to its original rock-like state. With this in mind, gypsum has a closed recycling loop, so it can be endlessly recycled while maintaining a high quality.

 

2. What is gypsum used for?

A gypsum board is primarily used as a finish for walls and ceilings. Gypsum is also known as drywall, wallboard, sheetrock or plasterboard.

In building construction, gypsum blocks and mortar are used. Also, the plaster ingredients are used in casting moulds, modeling and surgical splints. There are many other uses of gypsum products that involve binding a fast-dry tennis court clay, alabaster, material for sculptures, foot creams, shampoos and other hair products, pollutant removal and more.

 

3. Is gypsum harmful to humans?

No, gypsum is not harmful to humans. Gypsum-based plasters and plasterboards are non-hazardous with no known adverse effects on human health. The construction industry adheres to very strict quality controls for the manufacture and disposal of gypsum.

It is also good to keep in mind that there are no long-term adverse medical effects from ingestion of gypsum. Just in case it is ingested, wash out the mouth and drink plenty of water.

 

4. Is gypsum a good fertiliser?

Yes, gypsum is a good fertiliser. Using gypsum as a fertiliser does not only lead to healthier crops, but also means less digging with the improved soil quality. Gypsum helps recondition the soil as it spreads on the surface of the soil in vegetable gardens, flowerbeds and lawns. Gypsum also repairs soil that has been damaged from compaction, recovers sub-soils exposed by earth movement and soils affected by salinity.

 

5. How expensive is gypsum?

Generally, gypsum costs about $93 per tonne. However, you need to consider a few points to obtain the total cost of supply and application of gypsum per tonne:

  • Freight and transportation
  • Spreading or mixing in irrigation water
  • Purity
 

6. Where are gypsum suppliers located?

iSeekplant has a nationwide network of quality gypsum companies operating in all Australian capital cities from Brisbane to Sydney, Canberra, Melbourne to Darwin, Perth and Adelaide. We also offer gypsum supply solutions in all major towns and cities from Cairns down to Townsville, Gold Coast, Central Coast, Bendigo and Geelong.

 

7. How to find a gypsum supplier through iSeekplant?

The easiest way to get a quote for gypsum supplies in your area is to use iSeekplant's get a quote tool. Alternatively, call us on 1300 691 912 or email us at projects@iseekplant.com.au.

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