Interior walls consist of both load-bearing walls and walls that don't bear weight, called partition walls. Both types of walls employ similar framing standards, but a load-bearing wall is typically located directly above another load-bearing wall, a beam or a structural column. Thus, you can build a partition wall almost anywhere.
EPS polystyrene cement concrete interior walls are vertical wall dividers which are used to separate building internal spaces into rooms and circulation areas like corridors.
EPS polystyrene cement concrete interior walls is a non-load-bearing interior wall that is designed to support only the materials of the wall itself; it does not support the ceiling or floor above.
Because the floor and ceiling are already in place, it's usually easiest to build the partition wall piece by piece, rather than building it on the floor and tipping it up into position, as is done with new home construction.
EPS polystyrene cement concrete interior walls are precast concrete wall material with EPS (Expanded polystyrene beads) concrete as lightweight aggregates solid core, calcium silicate boards as surfaces.
They come in sheets with size 2270mm length * 610mm width * 90mm thickness. The large sizes realize a rapid construction speed, and excellent field sound insulation.