The Future of Wall and Ceiling Paneling : Trusscore

Published On: January 13, 20210 Comments on The Future of Wall and Ceiling Paneling : TrusscoreTags: , Last Updated: February 9, 20242.9 min read

Trusscore panels are the future—replacing Fiber Reinforced Panels or FRP.

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Trusscore PVC panels are durable, easy to clean, scratch-resistant, non-porous surface, high quality panels unlike FRP that would likely rot, mold and warp in a few years. For more than 30 years now, Duramax has been one of the leading companies in the construction industry installing more than 50 million square feet of Trusscore PVC panels, and they take pride in their material. Trusscore PVC Wall and Ceiling Panels from Duramax is designed to satisfy your most demanding quality expectations.  It also meets and even exceeds all statutory building codes, and the strict requirements of modern hygienic construction.

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FRP has been used since 1965  for almost every type of advanced engineering structure and construction. FRP has a composite usually made of glass (in fibreglass), carbon (in carbon reinforced polymer), aramid, or basalt. The polymers used in FRP are usually an epoxy, vinyl, ester, or polyester thermosetting plastic, though phenol formaldehyde resins are still in use. This makes FRP strong, flexible, and thin. But, unlike Trusscore PVC panels, FRP is:

  • NOT EASY — Requires Backer Drywall or Plywood
  • NOT QUICK — Installation requires glue & surface fasteners
  • NOT DURABLE — Can rot & mold with wood moisture

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On the other hand, Trusscore panels are:

  • EASY — Attaches directly to framing/studs
  • QUICK — Installs easily – no glue or lamination needed
  • DURABLE — 100%  highly durable and resistant to scratches, bacteria, chemicals, mold and moisture

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Trusscore panels also have a unique tongue-and-groove interlocking system that makes both vertical and horizontal installation quick and easy unique. Its  high strength webbed design provides outstanding spanning capability. Trusscore panels are available in 16″ width and standard 8′, 10′, 12′, 16′ and 20′ construction lengths. Custom lengths are also available.

No Glue or Lamination Needed YES NO
No OSB or Drywall Backing Needed YES NO
No Separation of Wood & Plastic Issues YES NO
Ease of Handling (1 peson for 16′ Long pc) YES NO
Standard Class A Fire Rating YES NO
Hidden Fasteners Installation YES NO
Will Never Warp, Rot or Discolor Due to Mold or Moisture YES NO
100% moisture resistant YES NO
Smooth Rivet Free Surface YES NO
Low maintenance YES NO

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Trusscore panels met the growing demand for quality and cost-effective wall and ceiling paneling. It is mostly used in the food processing, dairy farms, grow rooms, cultivation facilities, food storage warehouses, laboratory cleanrooms, car wash industries, and more. Contractors who have been using FRP in the past were surprised and impressed with Trusscore PVC panels. The efficiency and durability of Trusscore panels are indeed the future of wall and ceiling paneling in the construction industry.

Cutting FRP panels spread dust and chemicals, which creates a big mess. Trusscore panels are easy and clean to work with. Trusscore panels makes the future of construction materials bright with its advanced technology and high quality formula!

-every Contractor on their first time using Trusscore

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