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Safety of PVC stretch ceilings

It is important to remember that the safety of stretch ceilings depends on the quality of products and the professionalism of installers.

PVC stretch ceilings are considered safe if the following conditions are met:

  1. Certified products. Purchase stretch ceilings from trusted manufacturers who provide quality and safety certificates for their products.
  2. Environmentally friendly materials. High-quality ceilings are made of materials that do not contain harmful substances, such as phenol or toluene.
  3. Compliance with the installation technology. Professional installation using certified components and tools guarantees the safety of the installation.
  4. Fire safety. PVC ceilings have a fire safety class of KM2 or KM3, which means moderate flammability and smoke-forming ability. However, they do not support gorenje, and when exposed to flame they melt.
  5. The absence of an unpleasant smell. A high-quality ceiling should not have a sharp chemical smell. If you smell it after installation, it may be a sign of low-quality products.
  6. Resistance to high temperatures. PVC ceilings can withstand temperatures up to +80 °C, but it is not recommended to install powerful lamps in close proximity to the ceiling.
  7. Proper care. To care for ceilings, use mild detergents without abrasive particles. Avoid using aggressive chemicals to avoid damaging the surface.

It is important to remember that the safety of stretch ceilings depends on the quality of products and the professionalism of installers. Before installation, it is recommended to check the certificates and licenses of the company providing ceiling installation services.

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