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Knauf says its new Vinova panels extend the potential of gypsum fibre panels to new levels, and its ‘any finish you like’ approach means they can be digitally printed, coated, veneered, painted – even perforated for acoustic needs. For interior walls and ceilings, they are formaldehyde-free,  so perform in fire conditions, and can even be curved, says business development director James Leaning.

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