Avoid hairline cracks in your acoustic plaster ceiling: choose VoglFuge
VoglFuge has a unique joint tape system which reduces the likelihood of cracking at the joints after installation. The tape and glue system has some flexibility when dried so it can handle some ceiling movement.
One of the most common issues when using compound filler in the joints is that when there is movement in the ceilings, the hard-set fillers do not have any give, which means it’s much more likely to develop fine hairline cracks over time.
We’ve often heard of our competitors’ acoustic plaster ceilings forming hairline cracks over time, when we were out and about on site recently we saw an example of these cracks appearing prior to the project being handed over, view the pictures below.
View full information on VoglFuge here, including its unique joint tape system, technical details, installation and acoustic data.
Our newest initiative is the introduction of Inluxe Studio which is an online 3D Acoustic Panel Visualiser. The tool allows Architects & Designers to identify what patterns and finish options are available for their preferred acoustic panel from within Atkar Group’s Infinity panel range.
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