9MM Versilux Lining Now Available in 3000MM Lengths

What is it?

A flat sheet with square edges for butt joints. Sanded smooth and pre-sealed, Versilux lining is a flat surface that is site-painted to create a panellised look.

Where do you use it?

As an internal wall and ceiling lining in laundries, kitchens and high-traffice areas in residential, medium-density and commercial buildings, where a durable, flat panel look is required. It can be used in exposed beam ceilings and soffits, and is suitable on either timber or light gauge steel framed buildings.

What are the key benefits?

AFFORDABILITY: Versilux lining is sanded and pre-sealed, making it easy to paint, and reducing the finishing time and cost.

DESIGN FLEXIBILITY: It’s easy to achieve a range of looks with Versilux lining using straight PVC jointers, battens or Scyon Axent Trim, as bold or subtle highlights over their smooth, flat surface.

DURABILITY: The high impact resistance of Versilux lining, makes it the smart choice for high-traffic areas that are prone to wear and tear.

FAST INSTALLATION: Versilux lining is lightweight and its square edges, together with the wide range of James Hardie accessories, make it easy and fast to install by tradespeople, owner-builders and renovators.

VERSATILITY: It’s suitable for use in fire-rated and acoustically rated systems*. To add to this, the 6mm thick sheet can also be used as internal bracing**.

SECURITY: Versilux lining is resistant to damage from termites, rot, and fire^.

Versilux is suitable for :

  • Bathroom constructions
  • Bracing
  • Eaves
  • Soffits
  • Fire and acoustically rated wall
  • Internal lining
  • Wet areas
  • Durable – ideal for high traffic areas


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Simply purchase 9mm Versilux Lining 3000 x 1200mm or 3000 x 900mm.

T&C’s: First 20 orders only. One per customer. No minimum quantity applies. Offer valid while stocks last.

*Refer to the current James Hardie Fire and Acoustically rated walls Manuals for further information.
**When installed in accordance with James Hardie’s Structural Bracing Application Guide.
^When installed and maintained correctly and to the extent set out in James Hardie’s published literature current as the time of installation.