Stretch ceilings are manufactured from a PVC film to which a “harpoon” is welded to the perimeter. Installation is achieved by first fixing a special aluminum profile around the room, then heating the ceiling up to 50 degrees Celsius and stretching the film, and finally inserting the “harpoon” into the profile’s locking channel. The cooling film then shrinks to provide a perfect ceiling. Behind the stretch ceiling, it is possible to hide wires, ventilation systems, and more. On the surface of the ceiling, you can install lamps, smoke detectors, ventilation openings, etc.
UV printing is a form of digital printing that uses ultra-violet lights to dry or cure ink as it is printed. As the printer distributes ink on the surface of a material (called a “substrate”), specially designed UV lights follow close behind, curing– or drying – the ink instantly. Because the UV lights cure any printed ink immediately, the dots of wet ink do not get a chance to spread out once printed, resulting in much finer detail. In addition, UV cured inks are weather-resistant and offer increased resistance to fading. This curing process is more environmentally friendly as it produces few VOC’s, odour, and heat.