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Individual layers of veneer are pressed together in a special, cross-wise way to ensure the board is stable yet flexible. The appearance brings the element of nature to a project. This makes MOSO® bamboo ceiling boards the perfect fit for projects in which a unique design is required, without compensation of the performance or safety norms.
The MOSO® Bamboo Ceiling Board was originally developed for the Madrid Airport. To create such a requirement-orientated product, a development and close partnership between MOSO and the designer was needed. This partnership resulted in close cooperation, continuous improvement, exchanging knowledge and, ultimately, making major changes made to the processing process to be able to create the desired product. These alterations enable the impregnation of fire retardants and include the processing of the glass fibre layers, ensuring those high fire safety requirements are met. This is a step which can be added when required, as there is also a product without the added glass fibre.
The sustainable alternative, bamboo, is making its way up the ladder as the awareness of sustainable alternatives increases. As all solid MOSO® bamboo products are proven carbon neutral, not only is the CO2 footprint lower when the products are used, but you can improve the sustainability building rating in general. Due to the certifications and LCA assessment (TU Delft ISO 14040/44 ) which has assessed the whole life cycle of the products, from the growth phase to the transportation to the warehouse, a project is able to receive LEED and BREEAM credits when MOSO® bamboo products are used.