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saveBOARD Ceiling Tiles is a unique structural composite panel made from 100% upcycled materials. The core of the product is made from shredded and compressed composite packaging, which can be seen through the transparent facing sheet. Aesthetically it allows the occupants to see the makeup of the board, while giving the user a sustainable and superior performing product.

It's a durable, moisture and mould resistant ceiling tile, suitable for commercial & industrial spaces. The colour is created from the original consumer packaging by segregating the feed stock into different colours groups on arrival prior to manufacture.

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  • Commercial ceiling tiles

  • Material Group 3 fire rating. 

  • Any penetrations requires cutting with mechanical tools (skill saw, drills)

  • STC Rating of 30dBA at 10mm thickness ceiling tile only




595mm x 1195mm 


  • Engineered composite board for interior ceiling applications.

  • Noise attenuation - STC Rating of 30dBA at 10mm thickness board only.

  • Good mould resistance

  • Water repellent 

  • ZERO Water, Glues, Chemicals added. VOC's and Formaldehydes are < 1% of the Green Building Standard (0.004mg/m2/hr) 

  • Declare label: Our products have been determined to meet the requirements for all applicable Imperatives of the Living Building Challenge.

  • Embodied Energy calculations have been completed for our products for a 'cradle to gate' life cycle.


saveBOARD is a US proven product with > 12 years in-service history. The product has been successfully tested (in the US) to meet all appropriate International Building Code requirements for Interior Walls and Ceilings. saveBOARD has been used in New Zealand since 2021 and demonstrates performance above NZ market leading products. 

The documentation attached clearly demonstrates that saveBOARD meets all obligations under Australian Building Code. We have third party experts provide compliance statement (deem to satisfy solution) confirming that the US test certification combined with NZ and Australian testing demonstrates equivalence to Australian Building Code requirements.

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