M City is a master-planned community being developed in Hurontario Street and Burnhamthorpe Road in Mississauga, Toronto, Canada.
Faay specialises in environmentally friendly partitions, walls and ceiling systems for the design build sector.
Fire-resistant and soundproof partitions
Faay produces partitions with flax fibre, which is a by-product of linen, paper and linseed oil. Flax fibre ensures the partitions are shockproof, fire-resistant and soundproof, as well as thermal-insulated, flexible and easy to assemble.
All high-quality wall and ceiling systems are ready-to-use.
Portfolio of products
The company offers flexible partitions for interior spaces, while facing walls are ideal for acoustic and thermal insulation, as well as damp prevention. The party walls ensure high-quality sound insulation and the acoustic insulation walls have an excellent sound insulation with a minimal thickness.
The ceiling systems offers fire-resistance from 60 minutes to 120 minutes. Faay also have a range of wooden door and window frames with interior walls. Roof insulation is available using thermal-insulating retrofit, interior, elements for sloping roofs.
Plasterboard walls with screw retention
Faay partitions feature plasterboard facings on both sides for a stable separating wall. They are made of natural raw materials that can be mounted easily within an existing system.
The company produces walls that have screw retention over the surface, which allows fixings to be applied without plugs or battens. Each fixing point can support up to 110kg.
Partitions are ideal for new developments, refurbishments and commercial premises, industrial buildings and homes. The systems are sustainable as they can be easily demounted and are reusable.
Durable and environmentally friendly
Faay’s production process is certified to ISO: 9001, ISO: 14001 and KOMO standards, as well as the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) and the Programme for the Endorsement of Forest Certification (PEFC) requirements.
The company provides easy installation and surface finishing options that are suitable for new builds, conversions and refurbishments.
Faay Vianen, a family-owned Dutch business, was founded in 1972.
The company has more than 40 years of experience in producing smart wall and ceiling systems manufactured in Vianen, the Netherlands.
A recent survey shows that a quarter of Dutch people sometimes have troubles with their neighbours. The most common complaint is noise, especially through music.
Noise is in the top three annoyances to hotel guests. That is perhaps not so strange when you consider that there were until recently no guidelines for noise in hotels.
Faay Walls and Theuma have carried out a burglary WK2 test. The structure, consisting of a Faay house separating wall IW 148 in combination with a Theuma walled house entrance and kozijnset, has passed the test with flying colours.