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ATI’s New Lightweight Ceiling Tiles Ready to Compete with Industry Heavyweights

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The year may have just begun, but ATI Decorative Laminates is wasting no time releasing their latest innovative ceiling tiles. MirroFlex Lite is ATI’s newest value-conscious ceiling solution. The original MirroFlex Structures line has long been coveted as a durable, beautiful, and affordable option for designers and architects. With MirroFlex Lite, ATI has successfully combined many of their MirroFlex Lay-In Ceiling Tile patterns with 18 of our most popular finishes into one sleek 13-Gauge package. The result is their most economical ceiling solution to date. To get more news about aluminium ceiling panels, you can visit boegger.net official website.
At first glance, one could be forgiven for mistaking MirroFlex Lite for the traditional MirroFlex Structures formula. However, the difference is clear once MirroFlex Lite is in your hands. This product line is ultra-lightweight, ultra-thin, and even more flexible than before.

“Our customers have been requesting a lighter MirroFlex formula for quite some time,” said Tara Burgio, President of ATI Decorative Laminates. “We took the time to dial in our formula and get it just right. I think designers will be pleased with MirroFlex Lite.”

Some MirroFlex Lite finishes are also available as a Drop-Out Ceiling Tile, specifically designed to fall out of 15/16” grid systems when exposed to heat from a developing fire. These Drop-Out Ceiling Tiles provide a sleek, seamless look for commercial ceilings by hiding fire sprinklers, protecting sprinklers from accidental knocks and tampering.

asked Nov 25, 2020 in lifestyle by wisepowder (7,220 points)  
    

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