Our aesthetically pleasing product has excellent thermal insulating values, thereby creating a more comfortable environment to live and work in. These insulation properties make it ideal for insulating roofs, ceilings
and walls. The additional advantage is that it provides a permanent maintenance-free internal surface
Cineplex ceiling tiles are manufactured from noncombustible inorganic Glasswool and bonded with an inert thermosetting resin binder. The tile is faced with a black non-woven glass tissue for optimal sound
absorption. Applications include suspended ceilings in commercial buildings such as cinemas.
Soundlite ceiling tiles are manufactured from noncombustible inorganic Glasswool and bonded with an
inert thermosetting resin binder. A decorative vinyl facing is available in Coral, which provide a durable
finish. Applications include domestic, commercial and industrial suspended ceilings.
Ecosound acoustic ceiling tiles are manufactured from non-combustible inorganic Glasswool, bonded with an inert thermosetting resin binder and are lightweight and resilient. A glass tissue facing is available in two decorative finishes namely Serenity (Silver) and Harmony (White). Applications include commercial suspended ceilings and specialised acoustic applications.
Isowall is a versatile, economical, aesthetic and weatherproof composite insulating system suitable for external wall and roof structures, or where precise controlled temperature conditions are required, for example in cold rooms and freezer stores.
Designed by Eugene Barnard Architects with engineering input from Hull Consulting Engineers, House du Preez, built by Eco Log Homes, is an elegant, yet robust answer to a client brief that called for a rustic, yet luxurious off-grid home.
Cineplex ceiling tiles are manufactured from non-combustible inorganic glasswool and bonded with an inert thermosetting resin binder. The tile is faced with a black non-woven glass tissue for optimal sound absorption. It is ideal for suspended ceilings in commercial applications such as cinemas.
Increasing numbers of South African architects and structural engineers, many of whom were slow to adopt hollow-core technology, are now using it as a means to safe-guard quality, accelerate construction time and save costs.