The Barrisol sheet, a noble material and recyclable


The many remarkable characteristics of the Barrisol system are derived from the BARRISOL® sheet: a co-polymer material guaranteed to be lead free.

Our product is recyclable and conforms to the following regulations:

- It is designated Bd B-S2-d0 and B-S3-d0 (brushed suede) in Europe and CLASS 'O' under Building Regulation in UK.
- BARRISOL® is rated Class I in the USA within the requirements of the ASTM E84 Flame Spread Test.
- BARRISOL® successfully meets criteria for: UL, N.Y.S. Pittsburgh Protocol Toxicity Test City of New York Building Department.

The recycling of the Barrisol sheets

Barrisol sheets are 100% recyclable

The whole materials used for the production of the sheet can be recycled or are made with recycled matters.

This effort to protect the environment is critically important when you consider that more than 1 million square meters of stretch ceilings are installed throughout the world each year.
After their useful life, Barrisol sheets can be recycled into new sheets or others products of Barrisol Normalu.

Moreover, Barrisol Normalu's manufacturing process does not require the use of water, which allows it to help conserve this vital, natural resource. In the production of sheets, no CFC's or HCHC's are emitted and no cadmium is used in the manufacturing process.

We take back old Barrisol sheet for recycling
Barrisol takes back old sheets to its installers to integrate them into a process of recycling.
Since the beginning of this engagement, several hundreds of old ceilings (any colors and finishes) were taken back.
These ceilings (some of which are more than 20 years old) permit to manufacture an innovating and ecological new line of sheets, 'Les Recyclés®'.

Retour d'un vieux plafond


Table of comparison between a Barrisol ceiling and other types of ceilings

Barrisol stretch ceilings are lightweight 1000 square meters (10, 260 square feet) of Barrisol weighs around 500 kilos (1, 102 pounds) including the perimeter fixation track. Because it is so lightweight, Barrisol also takes far less energy to transport to the jobsite.

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