What Are Trusscore Panels?

Trusscore, constructed of PVC (polyvinyl chloride), was created in 1872 by the German chemist Mr. Eugen Baumann. Then, in 1980, Trusscore panels received a patent in the United States. Even after having received this patent, the product was still seen as a waste material with no applicable uses.
However, in the last decade, the product as surged in popularity and has disrupted the market as a whole. In today’s world, Trusscore PVC panels are seen in use in almost every industry in the world. Vinyl, as a material, is officially the second-largest plastic item produced in the world and is quickly finding its way into being used in almost everything in the world.

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Trusscore is highly suitable for use in both wall and ceiling applications and is considered an ideal alternative to the previously used materials such as drywall, plywood, plasterboard, and stainless steel paneling.

Constructed in North America, Trusscore panels meet and exceed the modern demands of both hygienic construction and building codes in both the countries of Canada and the United States. Trusscore panels are supplied with a limited-time warranty and are available in the colors of white and grey.

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In general, the panels are constructed to the thickness of ½ inch, but they can also be customized according to the individual client’s preference. The durability of the panel is attributed to the high-strength polymer that the product is constructed from—using face sheets and a very stable equilateral-shaped core. With its interlocking system consisting of tongue and groove, Trusscore panels are quicker and easier to install than other such items on the market.

Since the Trusscore panels are constructed of PVC vinyl that is extruded, they are able to maintain not only superior strength but are the perfect choice for an efficient and durable inner wall panel. The panels are, in fact, constructed for use in applications such as the interior of business as well as medical-based applications.

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When considering their use in the walls of the cannabis medical industry, there are a variety of benefits that the panels offer:

  • Available in widths of 16, 10, 12, 16, and 20 lengths of construction as well as customized lengths.
  • Resistant to chemicals, stand up well to dirt and moisture, as well as animal waste.
  • Meet and exceed the standards set by CFAI, FDA, and USDA
  • Antibacterial as well as mold resistant
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Trusscore panels are easy to clean and maintain and can be power washed with the use of soap, water, and bleach. With its non-porous and smooth finish, the panels not only drain but repel water without leaching any moisture. Finally, they do not require the work of frequent cleaning.

Trusscore panels meet all the requirements of an interior cladding option without compromising the overall quality. They are non-porous, resistant to moisture, mildew, and mold, and are easy to install.