Our Ceiling Systems are 100% washable and used throughout the world….
Our Ceiling tiles perform well because they are made of fire rated, Class A(1), flame retardant, UL 94 PVC materials, they are elogant as well as functional.
The Ceiling System consists of grid, grid covers, fans, vents, returns and panels… all water-proof, washable and mildew/mold resistant.
Unlike conventional ceiling tiles which are paper fiber board, our Ceiling Tiles will never sag due to moisture or humidity. They will not stain or water spot. They will not grow mold or be susceptible to damage when working around them.
In environments that demand top-notch, reliable equipment and facilities, choose a Ceiling System that will not need to be replaced again. Choose a Ceiling that is maintenance-free. Choose a Ceiling that will perform and last as long as the iron around it.
Harbors Bacteria - Ours Bacteria Resistant
Grows Mold in them - Ours canot grow mold in them
Mildew - Ours are mildew resistant
Water Spot - Ours cannot Water spot
Sag, Warp or Peel - Ours can not sag, warp or peel
Following is a partial list of our 10,000+ satisfied clients:
The above listings are just a partial showing of our more than 10,000 clients.
Our product line - tiles, grid, grid covers, diffusers and returns - are in use in ceilings for all kinds of businesses: animal hospitals, vet offices, hotels, restaurant kitchens, restaurant dining rooms, offices, food processing plants, meat packing plants, colleges, universities, public and private schools, supermarkets, gas stations, storage facilities, clean rooms, oil rigs, and literally any place where there is a drop ceiling.
If you are not using our ceiling products you are throwing money out the window. Those not using our ceiling tiles, grid, diffusers and returns will have to repair or replace their ceiling on a regular basis, Our ceilings are 100% washable and are not subject to the normal sagging and breakage of common tiles and panels.
This list is not a full list of our customers, it is just a sampling of our customers who purchase from us.
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Our Products are: Waterproof - Mold Proof - Washable - Sag Proof (due to moisture) - Impact Damage Resistant
Our Ceilings Consist of: Tiles, Grid or Grid Covers, Air vents, Air Returns, Deflectors, Diverters, Fans & Light Lens Covers. All are Washable, UL94, Waterproof, Rustproof, Sag Proof and Mold Resistant.
(A) Except as specified in ¶ (B) of this section, materials for indoor floor, wall, and ceiling surfaces under conditions of normal use shall be:
(1) Smooth, durable, and easily cleanable for areas where food establishment operations are conducted
Fire Performance and Smoke Development code:
WALL AND CEILING FINISHES
803.1 General. Interior wall and ceiling finish materials shall be classified for fire performance and smoke development in accordance with Section 803.1.1 or 803.1.2, except as shown in Sections 803.2 through 803.13. Materials tested in accordance with Section 803.1.2 shall not be required to be tested in accordance with Section 803.1.1.
803.1.1 Interior wall and ceiling finish materials. Interior wall and ceiling finish materials shall be classified in accordance with ASTM E 84 or UL 723. Such interior finish materials shall be grouped in the following classes in accordance with their flame spread and smoke-developed indexes.
Class A: Flame spread index 0-25; smoke-developed index 0-450.
Class B: Flame spread index 26-75; smoke-developed index 0-450.
Class C: Flame spread index 76-200; smoke-developed index 0-450.
803.8 Expanded vinyl ceiling coverings. Where used as interior ceiling finish materials, expanded vinyl ceiling coverings shall be tested in the manner intended for use, using the product mounting system, including adhesive, and shall comply with the requirements of Section 803.1.2 or 803.1.4.
803.9 Interior finish requirements based on group. Interior wall and ceiling finish shall have a flame spread index not greater than that specified in Table 803.9 for the group and location designated. Interior wall and ceiling finish materials tested in accordance with NFPA 286 and meeting the acceptance criteria of Section 803.1. 2.1, shall be permitted to be used where a Class A classification in accordance with ASTM E 84 or UL 723 is required.
Sick building syndrome (SBS)
SBS is a combination of ailments associated with an individual's place of work (office building) or residence. A 1984 World Health Organization report suggested up to 30% of new and remodeled buildings worldwide may be linked to symptoms of SBS. Most of the sick building syndrome is related to poor indoor air quality.
Sick Building Syndrome can be caused by inadequate ventilation, chemical contaminants from indoor or outdoor sources, and/or biological contaminants. Many volatile organic compounds, which are considered chemical contaminants, can cause acute effects on the occupants of a building. "Bacteria, molds, pollen, and viruses are types of biological contaminants" and can all cause SBS. The American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers(ASHRAE) recently revised its ventilation standard to provide a minimum of 15 cfm of outdoor air per person (20 cfm/person in office spaces). In addition, pollution from outdoors, such as motor vehicle exhaust, can contribute to SBS.
The most dangerous mold strains are: Chaetomium (pronounced Kay-toe-MEE-yum) and Stachybotrys chartarum (pronounced Stack-ee-BOT-ris Shar-TAR-um) as they have been proven to produce demylenating mycotoxins among others, meaning they can lead to autoimmune disease. Under certain growth and environmental conditions, both of these fungi release toxic, microscopic spores and several types of mycotoxins that can cause the worst symptoms which are usually irreversible such as neurological and immunological damage. Some of these natural mycotoxins include a very strong class known as trichothecenes. Trichothecenes are also produced by several common molds including species in the genera Acremonium, Cylindrocarpon, Dendrodochium, Myrothecium, Trichoderma, and Trichothecium. The trichothecenes are potent inhibitors of DNA, RNA, and protein synthesis, and have been well studied in animal models because of concern about their potential misuse as agents of biological warfare, due to their ability to destroy human healyh (mentally and physically), and never appear in an autopsy.
The disturbing factor about airborne mycotoxins is that it is impossible to know how much damage they have caused to one's health until it is too late. Therefore, It is imperative to not knowingly expose oneself even for brief periods of time in any place that smells moldy or has an appearance of mold or mildew. If you suspect that the air quality in your home is being compromised by mold spores you can have the air tested, but it can be quite expensive in some instances. It's worth it if it helps save your health. Mold Help approved testing companies are listed on this site with more reasonable costs. These testing companies have been approved due to their thoroughness, value, and efficacy. You will find that their cost is generally lower than most, but this in no way compromises the value of their work.
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(microbiology) single-celled or noncellular spherical or spiral or rod-shaped organisms lacking chlorophyll that reproduce by fission; important as pathogens and for biochemical properties; taxonomy is difficult; often considered to be plants
Bacteria are the most ancient life forms Most bacteria are so small that under a light microscope you can only see them as little dots. Some groups however grow to larger sizes and have spectacular shapes.
Strep throat, cholera, pneumonia, whooping cough, these diseases, and more, are often the only things bacteria get credit for doing. They reproduce at an extremely fast rate, and not all bacteria are bad, but those growing in ceiling tiles can be some of the worse.
refers to certain kinds of mold or fungus. In Old English, it meant honeydew (a substance secreted by aphids on leaves, formerly thought to distill from the air like dew), and later came to mean mildew in the modern senses.
The term mildew is often used generically to refer to mold growth. Molds can thrive on any organic matter, including clothing, leather, paper, and the ceilings, walls and floors of homes with moisture management problems. Molds often live on shower walls, windowsills, and other places where moisture levels are high. There are many species of molds. In unaired places, such as basements, they can produce a strong musty odor.
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