About Us

Ceramic Steel Alliance is fully committed, dedicated and equipped with the expertise and experience involving bonded panels using polyvision products. We work with.....

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Ceramic Steel Alliance understands and recognizes the importance of human assets as the key essence to all successful

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Panel Properties

Minerit Board

Surface Properties

polyvision Implementations in Singapore

polyvision Implementations in London

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Products

Panel construction procedure using sandwiched panels

polyvision enamel steel surface is mild steel used for the manufacture of vitreous enamel paneling of the continuous coil type. The base steel shall be of 0.56 mm of special cold rolled quality suitable for enameling process and shall be from continuous coil.

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Certificates

Color Matching

Step 1: Bora mill or bora silica or ceramic in the raw state is blended with coloured

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Contact Us

Ceramic Steel Alliance Entrepreneur Centre 50, Tagore Lane #05-03A, Singapore 787494

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FAQ

Selection of Boards for sandwiched panels

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Latest Updates:

July, 2015

Little India MRT Station

Polyvision Panel fully installed by Sunray Woodcraft Construction Pte Ltd at Little India MRT Station.

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July, 2015

Certificate for Non Combustibility

Poly Vision Panels can be used as a finishing materials for wall/ceiling. A certificate was issued by TUV-PSB Singapore to Ceramic Steel Alliance based on EN 13501-1:2007/A1:2009. Obtaining an A1 or A2 rating for a panel is considered as being non-combustible.

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November, 2014

Little India MRT Station (Work-in Progress)

Polyvision Panel being installed by Sunray Woodcraft Construction Pte Ltd at Little India MRT Station.

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November, 2013

Street party at Telok Ayer to mark opening of Downtown Line

Telok Ayer Station, one of the new Downtown Line MRT stations will feature artworks as part of an Art in Transit series. (Courtesy Strait Times).

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January, 2013

Telok Ayer MRT Station (DT18)

Telok Ayer MRT Station (DT18) underground Mass Rapid Transit train station on the Downtown line Stage 1 in Singapore, will be launching in 2013. Latest polyvision Infrastructure application in Singapore.

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