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Bio-Proof ceilings

Advantages 

When hygiene is a priority, Our Bio-Proof Stretch ceilings is the solution, specially treated, this dedicated material acts continuously to impede the development of bacteria and moulds on its surface. In accordance with health regulations in force, it is the perfect solution for hospitals, medical laboratories, surgeries and the pharmaceutical and food industries, clean rooms, catering services etc. 

How Bio-Proof Ceilings work? 

A scientific laboratory, a world giant in the world of chemistry has perfected the Bio-Proof procedure. It consists in incorporating a bio stabilising solution into the PVC used for stretch ceilings, which gives the anti bacterial and anti fungal qualities to Bio-Proof Stretch Ceilings. Thanks to its excellent results the material has already been used for equipping large numbers of sites where hygiene is overwhelmingly important and where checks are frequent. 

Installation 

Simplicity of assembly, fitting and removal is one of our stretch ceilings landmark advantages, the membrane is made to measure off site, therefore disruption during installation is kept to an absolute minimum, as soon as the ceiling is installed the area can be reoccupied as there are no drying times or unpleasant odours. In the event of change, the ceiling membrane can be removed very easily, the changes made, and the original ceiling can be reinstated giving back your sealed environment with the minimum of disruption. 

These are specialist ceilings that have received an anti-bacterial and anti-fungal treatment. The ceiling system is completely impervious to air, and is ideal for environments that are contaminated by micro organisms. This is a quick and economic answer to all your hygienic problems. The characteristics of this membrane in effect save and protect the sensitive areas from various forms of contamination. The membrane demonstrates a sound resistance to microbes such as Staphylococcus Aureus, Klebsiella Pneumoniae and Streptoverticillium reticulum, and a sound resistance to fungi such as Aspergillus Niger, Penicillium Pinophilium, Chaetomium Globosum, Aureobadisium Pullulans and Gliocadium Virens.  


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