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Be-Plas Hygienic Walls & Ceilings Ltd


Beplas is one of the UK's leading suppliers of waterproof hygienic and anti-microbial interior surface solutions. With a comprehensive range of internal wall lining and ceiling systems with ancillary products, we offer hygienic solutions for healthcare, education, hospitality, retail, residential and food and drink manufacture. All Beplas products are available in a wide range of contemporary colours and finishes developed to suit specifier needs, whether for functional service environments or highly decorative sustainable solutions for residential and hospitality projects in the UK or globally. Our hygienic and antimicrobial solutions also include fire rated doors to match our wall lining systems and accessories. Our systems are tested and certified to meet infection control standards and have been used extensively during the Covid-19 pandemic.  We can help with your interior surface needs throughout the construction process from initial concept through to completion, our expe...

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CPD Material (4)

Multiple CPD formats
Principles of Surface Protection
This CPD will discuss interior surface materials using the Servant and Served principle. Topics covered include an explanation of the Servant and Served principle, the need for an effective surface materials strategy, antimicrobial and hygienic surface materials, installation techniques and seamless jointing, and sustainability. By the end of the CPD you should have a greater understanding of:
- The Servant and the Served principle
- The benefits of single source supply and material requirements for different areas
- How antimicrobial and hygienic materials work
- Environmental impact and the processes used to mitigate this impact during manufacture and delivery

This CPD can be delivered to you live and remotely
Knowledge level:
General Awareness
Material type: Online Learning
Material type: Seminar
Multiple CPD formats
The Future is Lightweight Recyclable Products
The future of construction must focus on lightweight, easily recycled products. To meet the RIBA 2030 Climate Challenge and reach net zero, we need to find ways to use less energy, fuel and specify materials that support the circular economy and demands for a sustainable future.

Lightweight materials have impacted the evolution of our built environment and will continue to do so. The CPD gives a comparative overview of common surface finishes and ask questions about our current specification choices, against the legislative, maintenance and technical background.
Weight has a major impact on the use of energy in transportation at all stages of the supply chain. Using lightweight materials leads to fewer site operations, improved efficiency in the construction process, reducing carbon and pollution.

Perfect for residential, hospitality, leisure, and commercial applications, lightweight products come in a wide range of colours and textures that can be recycled up to eight times, offering a sustainable, attractive finish that doesn’t cost the earth.
Knowledge level:
General Awareness
Material type: Online Learning
Material type: Seminar


Be-Plas Hygienic Walls & Ceilings Ltd has CPD Materials in the following areas: -

RIBA Core Curriculum areas