Why Choose GRG Ceiling Panels and Tiles for Your Design?
Glass-reinforced gypsum (GRG) is a composite material consisting of gypsum casting plaster and glass fibre matting. It’s often considered an ideal alternative to traditional plaster materials, as it is lightweight, durable, and offers considerable economic benefits.
Glass-reinforced gypsum offers a number of beneficial elements to architectural projects, apart from voguish, ultramodern finishes and details for luxury spaces. There are also benefits to the material in terms of its strength, flexibility during the moulding process, and lightweight design.
The material’s high strength and surface hardness will offer great durability to your ceiling tiles and panels, while the adaptable, flexible nature of the unset GRG means that you can achieve practically any shape required quickly and in a cost-effective manner. This keeps the work more economical than many other material installations, as does the fact that GRG offers a faster, less labour-intensive installation, owing to its lightweight design.
GRG is also a Class 0 fire rated material, meaning it is completely fire retardant, its density can be increased to accommodate acoustic needs where necessary, and can be dressed and decorated to match or to distinguish the building’s design concept. This includes being painted in a range of styles and colours to replicate certain textures, including stone.
The glass-reinforced gypsum we provide can also be fitted to accommodate alarms, cameras, sprinkler systems, speakers, lighting, and a range of other features which may be requested by the architect.
- Download GRG Technical Data Sheet