Education & Specifications
Filter Your Search Results
EDGE-FX™: Preformed Gypsum
EDGE-FX™ uses our preform factory process to create profiles for applications such as lighting coves, valances, bulkheads, and more completely free of corner bead. Each factory precise corner is instead created using a mitring process which leaves the paper finish intact. EDGE-FX™ profiles ban be shipped assembled, or flat packed (depending on site conditions).
CURVE-FX™: GRG (GFRG)
Curved details or features can be stunning additions to a project’s design. Glass Reinforced Gypsum (previously known as GFRG or Glass fiber reinforced Gypsum) is a replacement material for traditional plaster applications. Light weight and easier to install than plaster finishes GRG can be molded into complex shapes for use in interior ceiling details, such as domes, coffers, archways, column wraps, and other complex or curved design details.
VOGL: Acoustic Products
VOGL Dekensysteme is a Global leader in the manufacture of Acoustic Wall and Ceiling Products, and High Crest is proud to be the authorized VOGL supplier for Canada. Choose between a wide variety of VOGL FUGE acoustically designed perforated gypsum panels, acoustically designed perforated gypsum ceiling tiles, or VOGL TopTec acoustically designed plaster. Each product has available acoustic ratings and acoustic data sheets.
Not only do Vogl products offer certified acoustical performance, Vogl focuses on aesthetic design and simplified installation processes. Vogl offers the simplest installation process of any available acoustic perforated gypsum board or acoustic plaster system. All of this is possible because Vogl has been operating for over 50 years as a trusted product manufacturer Globally.
Vogl FUGE: Acoustic Design Ceilings
Vogl Fuge, is a line of acoustically designed gypsum ceiling products. Beautiful and high performing acoustic perforation patterns can extend seamlessly across the entire ceiling.
Acoustic design ceilings are the most significant instrument in the acoustic design of a room. In determining the right sound absorption, various factors such as room volume or planned utilisation play a major role. Acoustic ceilings can also be convincing from a design point of view.