Select companies, including CLIPSO®, benefit from product certification. CLIPSO products and installation methods meet a variety of safety standards. These requirements are confirmed through testing and certification established by official international organizations.

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ISO 9001 Certification

A+ Labeling

The ASTM E 84 test measures the Flame Spread Index and Smoke Development Index of building materials. CLIPSO fabrics have achieved the highest (Class A) fire testing available in the United States. CLIPSO fabrics have a zero flame spread and a smoke development of 50.

In 2010, CLIPSO became certified ISO 9001 thanks to its commitment to the continued improvement of the quality of its work and services. This certification covers the following areas: design, manufacture and marketing of innovative textile coverings for stretch ceilings and walls.

The entire range of CLIPSO coverings is labelled A+, the best score in terms of the level of VOCs (or volatile organic compounds) emitted by CLIPSO coverings. This has been in effect for construction and decorative products since 2012 in accordance with the French decree no. 2011-321.

CE Standard


IMO Certification

All CLIPSO products are CE certified This means that all products can be marketed on the European market, meet all regulatory requirements, can circulate freely on the French territory and in the European Economic Area, and are certified compliant with safety standards. The CE standard has been in place for public and residential ceilings since 2007.

CLIPSO has joined forces with Sanitized, the world leader in textile protection. Thanks to Sanitized treatment, the covering 705 AB features an anti-microbial and anti-mildew protection, which provides long-lasting protection from the appearance of stains and mildew.

CLIPSO fabrics have successfully passed non-flammability, smoke, and toxicity tests in regard to use on sea vessels. IMO certification only concerns merchant ships and fishing boats, but is not compulsory for sailing boats.