Different Types of Hygienic Wall Cladding

15 November 2023

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STORM produces three types of interior cladding for hygienic environments such as hospitals, laboratories and food preparation areas. This blog will delve into the different types of cladding that STORM offers and the properties of these claddings, so you can be confident that you are procuring the suitable cladding, prioritising hygiene and price.

STORMCLAD was designed and manufactured for use in environments prioritising hygiene, such as commercial kitchens, hospitals, vets and laboratories. The STORMCLAD is a flat, smooth and solid PVC sheet which has a wipe-clean finish and is food and hygiene-certified. It makes for a perfect option for commercial kitchens and a great type of bathroom cladding because it is easy to maintain.

The STORMCLAD range is high quality, can achieve a class 1/0 fire rating, and is highly impact-resistant, meaning that it will not be easily damaged, no matter what is thrown at it.

STORM’s STORMBRITE cladding is a high-density PVC sheet ideal for use in sterile environments and construction settings. Though STORMBRITE is a dense sheet, it is very lightweight, making it easy to transport and install, and it is incredibly versatile, so it can be installed anywhere and still suit the location.

There is a glossy finish on STORMBRITE cladding, which makes it easy to clean and maintain. There is very little maintenance to be done on this cladding, with the only required upkeep being to wash the sheets with warm, soapy water occasionally.

Outside of environments prioritising hygiene, STORMBRITE is an ideal surface for signage and printing so that customers can use this cladding for hygiene reasons and printing directions, advertisement and decoration.

Finally, STORM’s STORMLITE cladding is a cost-effective and lightweight PVC sheet commonly used in storerooms. This cladding is fire retardant, cost-effective and easy to install, making it an ideal cladding for any space.

Though hygienic by design, this cladding is perfect for areas where hygiene is not the priority, so while it is not suitable for hospitals or laboratories, it is ideal for a wide range of environments and can be installed quickly and efficiently.

If you would like to learn more about this range of hygienic wall cladding materials or would like to discuss which cladding would benefit you the most, please contact us.