Search Results for Category-interior domes

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Fypon LLC - Pembroke Ceiling Dome 65-3/4X65-3/4X12-1/2 Smooth
Fypon LLC - Pembroke Ceiling Dome 65-3/4X65-3/4X12-1/2 Smooth
Description: Pembroke Ceiling Dome 65-3/4X65-3/4X12-1/2 Smooth Model: DOME65 Pembroke Ceiling Dome 65-3/4X65-3/4X12-1/2 Smooth DOME65

Manufacturer: Fypon LLC

Category: interior domes | plastic molding | polymer molding...

MasterFormat: Finish Carpentry | Interior Finish Carpentry | Millwork...


Royal Corinthian - Fiberglass/FRP Ceiling Domes
Royal Corinthian - Fiberglass/FRP Ceiling Domes
Description: Royal Corinthian manufactures FRP and polyurethane architectural domes for use on interiors and exteriors. The RoyaLite™ fiberglass domes are a lightweight product that is pound for pound...

Manufacturer: Royal Corinthian

Category: interior domes | ceiling domes | domes...

MasterFormat: Finish Carpentry | Millwork | Composite Fabrications...


EDON Fiberglass - Domes
EDON Fiberglass - Domes
Description: EDON is a leader in producing Fiberglass Domes; both exterior and interior with finished surfaces in colors of your choice.

Manufacturer: EDON Fiberglass

Category: interior domes | architectural mouldings | finish trim...

MasterFormat: Interior Finish Carpentry | Millwork | Composite Fabrications...


First Class Building Products Inc. - Glassfiber Reinforced Gypsum (GFRG)
First Class Building Products Inc. - Glassfiber Reinforced Gypsum (GFRG)
Description: Glassfiber reinforced gypsum (GRG) is a non-combustible material with a zero flame/zero smoke rating, designed for interior applications. GRG is similar to old world plaster, but with a much...

TerraGlas - Glass Fiber Reinforced Plastic (GFRP)
TerraGlas - Glass Fiber Reinforced Plastic (GFRP)
Description: Glass Fiber Reinforced Plastic (GFRP) Model: Glass Fiber Reinforced Plastic (GFRP) GFRP Information First developed in the mid 1930's, Glass Fiber Reinforced Plastic (GFRP) has become a staple in the building industry. Originally used merely for the construction of parts, in 1967, the...