A light polyvinyl chloride membrane and a perimeter profile are the two components that make up a stretch ceiling: The membrane can be cut into a track and it is flexible in use.
The fabric material is made from a PVC-based, fully recyclable Stretch membrane measuring 0.2mm thick. There are a variety of colours and light diffusers available. You also have the option to choose from "stretch reflect", a mirrored fabric.
Suspended stretch ceilings are great for commercial use. They can be used to create extraordinary feature ceilings, as well as flat designs. You can find more about the masters of stretched ceilings and walls from various online sources.
You can choose from a variety of colours and finishes, including transparent (for light diffusion), metallic (mirror-like), matte (perforated suede) and satin (perforated leather). You can also paint the material or print it to create additional effects.
There are virtually limitless design options with purpose-made monolithic panel designs. With purpose-made monolithic panels, there are almost limitless design possibilities.
Stretch ceilings protect your roof structure against chemical attacks. Easy to decorate and maintain a ceiling. They can also act as vapour barriers. Because of their unique colours and finishes, they are stunning and can protect ceilings.
This translucent material can be used for backlighting, and light diffusion. An ultrasonic seam is available to make larger panels. The panel can be up to 50 square metres.
Aluminium tracks can be used to attach stretched ceilings material or frames that are demountable. For easier access, the track can be permanently attached to the perimeter structure. This allows the material to be removed, cleaned and re-fitted by our staff as necessary.