How are glass fibre wallcoverings produced?

Unique material

Glass is a strong, durable and natural material. When melted down, thin fibres can be made, preserving most of the characteristics of glass, without being brittle. Glass fibres are then woven into different structures giving products perfect characteristics: Wallcoverings made of glass fibre breathe and protect from mould. They are resistant to temperature changes, chemical substances, abrasion and impact, and are easily washable and fireproof.


Innovative, strong and sustainable

Novelio® Nature is produced by Saint-Gobain ADFORS. We are a global leader in the development and production of reinforcement fabrics for the construction industry. Our innovative glass fibre weaving technology enables us to manufacture unique products and tailor made solutions. We also care deeply about the environment, and strive to help create buildings that promote health and wellbeing.

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