The latest creation from the HMY innovation lab a new range of laminated ceilings that add value to commercial spaces
A new solution, more competitive than anything proposed so far has been produced with PVC and other synthetic materials.
Developed from an innovative concept using new materials, it has revolutionized the decorative ceiling sector of the retail market. HMY has named this new laminated ceiling system ‘Zenith’and its main advantage is to easily create a welcoming ambience which is visually pleasing, unlike anything seen anywhere else before.
It is made up of a set of slotted metallic structures directly fixed to the ceiling or hanging from it. On its guides, the lames, made out of PVC plastic are of a neutral colour. The coating applied can attain several wooden texture finishes, depending on the customer’s needs. It can even be customized with corporate colours for each brand.
HMY ‘Zenith’ offers great versatility because it can be made with different formats to highlight a hallway, a specific area within the commercial space or the shop in general. It is a modular system which can adjust to any surface, as well as to all elements that must be integrated in the ceiling: electrical installation, air conditioning, columns, beams. It is an ideal alternative for decorating a commercial space without complicated plaster ceilings, pladur; easily hiding those aesthetically displeasing elements.
Being made out of PVC makes the product recyclable and very light, with few fitting elements, installation is quick and easy. In addition, the coating treatments for finishes provide durability and fire and water resistance.
In conclusion, HMY has launched a highly competitive and technologically advanced proposal for decorative ceilings. It is a product that adds to the list of innovative solutions, designed and developed for the retail market in order to fulfill customer’s needs such as Vodafone, Día% or Pikolin. They have put their confidence in this new system with very satisfactory results.
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