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At ATI we receive a lot of questions about our ceiling tiles from the difference between lay-in and glue-up to what is GridMax.  We have compiled a list of our most common questions and their answers here to help you find the right product for your design. What is the difference between lay-in (drop-in) and
At ATI, most of our MirroFlex structures feature the ‘BIO’, or Built In Overlap.  This unique feature was developed over time to minimize the appearance of seams and make installation easy and forgiving. With the BIO feature, ceiling tiles and wall panels have a flat edge that extends beyond the texture across the top and right side. 

EccoFlex

Wednesday, 22 April 2015 by
Eccoflex in our world is more important than ever as we strive to be environmentally conscious and sustainable. This principle benefits everyone involved and secures a brighter future for younger generations. As an ISO 9001 and 14001 certified company, we continually seek ways to reduce our carbon footprint. Our EccoFlex structures are made from 40-50%

Post-Forming NuMetal

Wednesday, 15 April 2015 by
We asked one of our senior technical employees about some of the most common questions he answers about the structural properties NuMetal.  He replied that people often ask about post-forming NuMetal—that is how flexible the substrate is when bent.  There are two aspects to this question: whether the NuMetal is “cold bent” or bent with
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