Owens Corning

BRIGHT&UP™

CEILING TILE OVERLAYS FOR CEILING RENOVATIONS

Cleaner, Brighter Ceiling Solution

BRIGHT&UP™ ceiling tile overlays by Owens Corning, are made from the latest technologically advanced fibers. Crisp white and light weight, BRIGHT&UP™ takes the hassle out of suspended ceiling renovations. The overlay simply goes over the existing tile, reducing dust and debris.

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Performance Attributes

LIGHT WEIGHT
LESS WASTE
SUPERIOR AESTHETICS
NO DEBRIS

BRIGHT&UP™

<ul> <li>Light Weight - For easy handling and hauling</li> <li>Less Waste - Old ceiling tiles stay in place, saving up to 300 kg in waste for 100m²</li> <li>Superior Aesthetics - Achieve the smooth and bright finish of a high-end ceiling tile at a fraction of the cost </li> <li>No Debris</li> </ul>

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APPLICATIONS

Suspended Ceiling Tiles (recommended for lay-in tiles only). <br> <br> • Commercial remodels <br> • Offices <br> • Retail stores <br> • Schools/Universities <br> • Hospitals

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Technical Information

Technical Properties

(Nominal Values)

Property Test Method Unit Specification Nominal Limitation
Lower Upper
Thickness ISO 9073 at 0.5 kpa mm 1.0 0.9 1.1
Air Porosity ISO 9237 at 100Pa l/m2/s 350 150 550
Weight ISO 536 g/m2 300 280 320
Light Reflection ISO 7724-2 - - >86% -
Whiteness L* ISO 7724-2 - 94.5 - -

Fire Performance

Reaction to fire: A2-s1,d0 according to EN 13501-1

Product Availability

BRIGHT&UP™ Ceiling Overlays 600 mm x 600 mm. Actual product size is 594 mm x 594 mm.

Packaging

Ceiling overlaying are packaged in 16.56m² per box (46 tiles per box). The boxes are packaged individually or by the pallet. A pallet contains 50 boxes (828m²). Pallets are stretch-wrapped for load stability and for protection during transport.


Storage

Unless otherwise specified, it is recommended to store glass fiber products in a cool, dry area. The packaging is not waterproof. Be sure to protect the product from the weather and other sources of water. The product should be stored in its original packaging. The best storage conditions are temperatures between 5°C and 30°C and humidity 80% or less.

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