RENOLIT CEILING film is a decorative vinyl film specifically designed for the manufacture of interior ceilings. Whilst is is mostly used for flat suspendes ceilings and light ceilings, it is suitable for mor creative applications such as individually shaped ceilings, 3D light objects, wall murals or exhibition panels.
The producer of top quality stretched ceilings (made-to-measure) needs a top quality film. Stretched ceiling films from RENOLIT offer a superb, and very stable, quality, smoothness and thickness and are, as a result, ideal to cover large wall and ceiling surfaces. A perfect mirror effect is obtained with the Supermirror. The exact flatness of RENOLIT CEILING film guarantees smoothness and the quality vinyl film is perfect when covering large areas. Due to its flexibility, the material adapts perfectly to any shape or design, following the previously installed parameter profile.
To ensure the highest quality our stretch ceiling films are produced to a maximum width of 200 cm, German origin only.
RENOLIT CEILING film is a available in three surface finishes - Supermirror, Satin and Matt. A standard range of 24 colours is available from our stock with minimum delay. In addition, the material can be produced (conditions apply) in almost any colour or shade to accommodate individual projects.
The manufacture of a top quality stretch ceiling requires a top quality vinyl film. Stretch ceiling films from RENOLITprovide a superb surface quality. Exact flatness guarantees smoothness and the quality and visual consistency of the film is ideal to cover large areas. A perfect mirror effect is obtained with a high gloss finish.
To ensure the highest quality our stretch ceiling films are produced at a maximum width of 2000mm until 3000mm and in our German facilities.
It is important that a leading producer of stretch ceilings films has good relationships with other important players in the market.
For many years RENOLIT has been working with the following companies who are specialists in the manufacture of stretch ceilings and the processing of our films.