ProCoat : procoat.ie

By: Procoat  05/12/2011
Keywords: Fire Alarm, ceiling tiles, Physical Properties

Acoustic Ceilings 

Suitable for suspended mineral fibre ceilings and plaster ceiling tiles, ProCoat is a unique one-coat treatment, odourless, environmentally friendly, water based, Class ‘O’ fire rated, non-bridging
(will not clog fissures or stick tiles to metal grid sections).
Available in a variety of colours.

Suspended ceiling tiles such as Armstrong, Donn and Cape provide a limited life mechanically but the effects of environmental pollution, general soiling and oxidisation contributes to an often unacceptable ceiling appearance.

Conventional Solutions

The use of general decorating practises, i.e. standard paints, will not restore the appearance of the ceiling. The physical properties of the ceiling tiles will be irreparably changed, bridging will occour sticking the tiles to the gridwork, blocking perforations and fissures, warping tiles, this also may affect the fire rating of the ceiling.

Cleaning will rarely provide an acceptable consistent finish.

Replacement is expensive and if only partial this creates an unsightly contrast between old and new tiles.

When relacing a ceiling it is necessary to have a number of contractors on site not only to remove and dump the ceiling but also to remove and refit light fittings, fire alarm equipment, cctv systems, intruder alarm equipment, paging system, sprinkler system etc.

The Procoat Process

The only system which effectively solves the problems associated with dirty acoustic mineral fibre ceilings is ProCoat (PRC007) acoustic ceiling restoration coating.

ProCoat is manufactured in a matt finish providing a cost effective surface refurbishment.
The use of ProCoat on acoustic ceilings will restore a consistent visual finish.

A variety of colours (BS and RAL) are available upon request.

Service To The Client

The process usually takes place outside of normal working hours. The area is masked and protected with a variety of tapes and continuous polythene sheeting to lights, walls, floors, furniture, etc. No need to remove any furniture.
The ceiling is then sprayed in-situ. The area treated can be reoccupied immediately after application and
de-masking as ProCoat is water based and environmentally safe, with no disruption to normal working routine.

Keywords: Ceiling Restoration, ceiling tiles, Fire Alarm, Physical Properties, polythene sheeting, sprinkler system, Suspended Ceiling Tiles

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