CERARL (Noncombustible wall panel)


CERARL is a noncombustible wall panel board that can be used for all interior area. It can be installed directly to many surfaces such as cement wall or plywood or even install directly to existing ceramic tiles wall.

It has wide variety choice of surface from wood grain, plain color, stone or graphical pattern that definitely enable all your design.



CERARL is made from aluminum hydroxide and fiber glass. It is resistance to moisture, noncombustible, surface resistance to scratch, chemical, heat and very easy to clean. This will ensure the life-time of use and ensure that your space will definitely look  all time new.

The main features of Cerarl

How and where to apply CERARL

CERARL can be used in all interior area

– Kitchen backsplash

– Walk way of mass public area

– Elevator and elevator entrance

– Toilets

– Hospital and surgery room

– More

See Project Reference



STEP 1. Planning-layout

STEP 2. Cutting and machining

STEP 3. Pasting temporary tacking tape and applying adhesive agent

STEP 4. Pasting and crimping

Safety precautions

Please observe the following point to use the product safely.
1. Put protective gloves on when carry / treat the product.
2. Wear protective goggles and a dust mask during work.
3. Please prevent a dust explosion when collect dust which made by processing.
4. As for the panel with adhesive, please do not let an adhesion side come in contact with skin.
5. Handing

  • Avoid direct sunlight
  • Avoid wetting
  • Handle with care

Emergency care

– If dust adheres to your skin or it is involved in your eyes, nose or mouth, immediately wash it fully off with water. If you feel something strange in yourself, receive medical treatment immediately

– On the occasion of a fire, please extinguish a fire with water fog, a bubble, and a chemical fire extinguishing agent.




To remove dirt from the surface, use a moistened melamine foam (melamine sponge) or wipe away dirt with a soft cloth dabbed in a neutral detergent; then make sure to use a dry cloth to wipe away moisture. Do not use a nylon scrub brush, steel wool or abrasive detergent.


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Environmental Management System : EMS (ISO 14001:2004)

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GREENGUARD Certification

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GREENGUARD Gold Certification

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Japanese Industrial Standards : JIS

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