THE BEST RAW MATERIAL
SKYPANEL fiber reinforced gypsum panels are made of a mixture of natural ceramic gypsum and non-flammable, non-toxic and high thickness (> 12μ) glass fiber roving.
No chemical gypsum is used in the production. SKYPANEL is totally free of organic or chemical binders and therefore absolutely non-toxic. SKYPANEL is recommended in hospital, school and food facilities.
RELIABLY AND DURABLE
The exposed surface is painted with solvent-based white color to ensure maximum uniformity, even on different production batches. The purity of the gypsum with which the panels are made and the quality of the paint used for the exposed surface guarantee SKYPANEL a longer lifespan than any other type of false ceiling while maintaining the initial features.
CHOOSE THE SURFACE WITH CUSTOMIZED DESIGN
Each panel measures 600x600 mm with a thickness of 20 mm and a weight from about 9 to 12 kg/sqm depending on the version.
FACING OR SEMI RECESSED BORDERS
The panels are manufactured with facing borders for mounting in sight or with semi recessed borders for semi-recessed mounting.
THE NATURALLY ANTIBACTERICAL FALSE CEILING
SKYPANEL got an outstanding reduction of bacterial colonies in laboratory tests carried out at the CTP LAB and is offered in three different versions:
• SKYPANEL CARE
• SKYPANEL IMMUN
Environmental quality plays a key role in people's well-being. Gypsum surfaces naturally fight bacteria. From laboratory testing results a remarkable reduction in implanted colonies. For this reason SKYPANEL false celings are particularly suitable.
GYPSUM AND 100% NATURAL GREEN BUILDING
Gypsum, a calcium sulphate mineral, is an absolutely natural, odorless and non-toxic material. SKYPANEL® is produced with the best gypsum from our Roccastrada quarries, completely free of organic or chemical binders. For this reason it can be considered the ideal complement for your building projects.
ZERO VOC FOR BEST AIR QUALITY
ZERO VOC gypsum is 100% natural and does not release volatile organic pollutants (VOCs) such as Formaldehyde. Long-term exposure to VOCs contributes to the sick building syndrome, a phenomenon unfortunately very common in our homes as demonstrated by many authoritative studies.