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By: Procoat  05/12/2011
Keywords: ceiling tiles, Suspended Ceiling Tiles, Suspended Ceiling Coatings

Don’t bin your suspended ceiling, recoat for a lot less.

Suspended ceiling tiles which are faded with age or discoloured can be recoated to the original brilliant white ceiling tiles surface without effecting the fire rating or the acoustic value of the ceiling tile. The ceiling tiles do not become stuck to the grid as with painting.

Our picture shows a ceiling in Dublin Airport which has been partially coated using ProCoat Suspended Ceiling Coatings.

Keywords: ceiling tiles, Suspended Ceiling Coatings, Suspended Ceiling Tiles,

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SteelCoat :

Metal ceilings such as Burgess, Magnagrid and Luxalon provide indefinite life mechanically but the effects of environmental pollution, general soiling and oxidisation contributes to an often unacceptable ceiling surface. The physical properties of the ceiling tiles will be irreparably changed, bridging will occour sticking the tiles to the gridwork, blocking perforations and fissures, this also may affect the fire rating of the ceiling.


ProCoat :

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.