PolyVision CeramicSteel surfaces are used for whiteboards, chalkboards and an array of architectural applications.
From chalkboards and whiteboards in more than 8,000,000 classrooms to buildings, bridges and tunnels across the globe, discerning fabricators and architects choose PolyVision CeramicSteel surfaces. It’s a true testament to PolyVision’s ability to create a superior surface through rigorous and innovative manufacturing and testing. Defying scratches, stains, weather, pollutants and fire, PolyVision surfaces are made for life.
Together, PolyVision and Steelcase represent one of the most sustainable organizations in the world, with nearly 100 years of commitment to practices that are positive for the planet, and a dedication to creating solutions that are built to last.
A Canvas for Growing Cities
A growing population flocking to urban areas for both work and play births a demand for transportation unlike any in history. Transportation and urban infrastructure are predicted to be two of the largest markets for both India and China by 2025.
PolyVision: New Collaborative Worktools for Modern Spaces
Collaborate in style with new CeramicSteel writing surfaces designed for the way you work.
An Irreplaceable Tool
In healthcare, key information changes at a rapid pace. To keep track of it all, many designers have integrated whiteboards into healthcare design to help with retention rates.
Beyond the Surface
Worldwide, PolyVision CeramicSteel is changing learning environments, architectural infrastructure and building design. Find our latest news – and our best stories – in one convenient place.
Doing Our Part
Learn how we invest in the world that inspires us by building relationships through volunteering and collaborating with charitable organizations and striving to uphold our dedication to sustainability by producing 99.9% recyclable material and practicing sustainable measures in production.
Color + Design
For more than 50 years, PolyVision has been mastering the ability to print wall graphics on CeramicSteel. In hospitals, schools, transit spaces, pedestrian walkways and interior corridors, Surface Imaging has opened up endless opportunities to integrate art and imagery into architecture.