Gradus protects interiors with new range of PVC-u wall cladding

  • 19 Oct 2017

Gradus has introduced a new range of PVC-u wall cladding as part of Gradus Wall Protection Systems, offering a durable, defensive layer.

The SureProtect PVC-u sheet protects large surface areas from scuffs, scrapes and impact damage. The sheet is a cost effective way to reduce the need to repair and repaint wall and door surfaces, and optimise the appearance retention of the building interior.

Lynette Bowden, Group Product Manager for Gradus, states: “Our new PVC-u sheet offer incorporates new colours, finishes and styles. It provides functional solutions with aesthetic appeal for most interior protection requirements, and offers specifiers and contractors a wide range of options.”

SureProject is available in 3 options: Endure – a textured sheet available in 34 plain colours; Design – wood, composite and metal finishes plus bespoke prints to accommodate interior design themes; and Pure – a smooth, easy-to-clean sheet designed to provide a hygienic finish.

The sheet can be cut or formed into rubrails, kickplates and pushplates, door edge and frame profiles and also corner protectors.

In addition, the SureProtect sheet can be used as a stand-alone product or can be combined with other Gradus Wall Protection products such as wall guards and corner guards. 

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