Glass Fiber Reinforced Gypsum (GRG) consists of high strength resistant glass fibers bonded with high density gypsum cement to produce panels that traditionally were done with plaster castings. GRG is lighter in weight, superior in strength and much easier to install than the traditional plaster castings .GRG tiles focus with Fully Perforated tiles & Semi Perforated Ceiling Tiles.
Glass Fiber Reinforced Gypsum (GRG) is the bridge to shapes and curves for the drywall/plasterboard trades. With the move away from “less is more” in the late 1970’s and the re-introduction of traditional architectural forms, GRG evolved as the ideal medium. The construction boom of the past four decades established Glass Fiber Reinforced Gypsum as it means for architects and designers to achieve their design visions, while leveraging the experience of regular building trades. Today, Glass Fiber Reinforced Gypsum is used to achieve modern and “organic” shapes on walls and ceiling, in addition to traditional architectural shapes.
Where does Gypsum come from?
Formed over millions of years in sedimentary rock layers as large rocks or beautifully colored crystals, gypsum’s exaggerated natural shapes bring to our mind Superman’s fortress of solitude. In the United States, most gypsum is mined in the southern and western states. GRG has an integral glass reinforcement preventing fungi and bacteria from growing, thus reducing the risk of contamination and infection in hospitals, schools and data centers, residential complexes and hygienic areas in all types of buildings.
Industrial Sheds, offices, showrooms, corridors, residential complexes, Schools/Colleges, Malls
Benefits of GRG Ceiling Tiles.
Diamond GRG Tiles are Moisture Resistant and Strong under high humid conditions.
Superior Thermal Insulation.
Excellent Light Reflectance.
Good Sound Absorbing Properties.
Perfect Designs and Finish.
Easy to Install & Clean.
What are semi perforated ceiling tiles?
Semi perforated ceiling panels are developed to allow low sound absorption as these panels dose not absorb the higher level of sound in that way of fully on the ceiling surface ,that’ why these tiles called semi perforated tiles .