Model # C12PN400WHT12

Internet #203902048

ZipUP Embossed White 12 ft. x 1 ft. Lay-in Ceiling Panel

Discontinued ZipUP

Embossed White 12 ft. x 1 ft. Lay-in Ceiling Panel

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Product Overview

ZipUP Ceiling Systems are the first ceiling products of their kind to deliver what consumers want out of an affordable ceiling system: aesthetics partnered with functionality. Made from washable mold resistant PVC and warranted against moisture damage, each grid free system saves headroom while allowing complete access to overhead wiring or plumbing. Comprised of interlocking panels and rails, ZipUP Ceiling assembles with the ease of a zipper, with panels that unzip for access or cleaning. Ideal for anyone looking to dress up living space.

  • Heavy duty PVC construction for durability and easy cleaning
  • Panel snaps into main rails for easy installation
  • 12 sq. ft. coverage per panel
  • Meets Class A fire rating
  • Saves headroom in tight spaces
  • Panels are easy to remove and replace for plumbing or electrical access
  • Clean, grid-free look
  • Easy to clean
  • Stain, mold and mildew resistant
  • Interlocking design is water-tight
  • Paintable with latex paint



Approximate Size (ft.)
1 x 12
Area Covered per Piece (sq. ft.)
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Product Height (in.)
Product Width (in.)
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Ceiling Product Type
Suspended Grid Panel
Ceiling Tile Style
Color Family
Edge Detail
Moisture Resistant
Noise Reduction Coefficient
Number of Pieces per Case
Pattern Type
Suspended Grid Panel Type
Ceiling Panel
Water Resistant
Weight (lb.)

Warranty / Certifications

Class A Fire Rating
Manufacturer Warranty

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Customer Questions & Answers

Can this be use for a ceiling of an outside porch?

Asked by: Nancy
Yes, this panel could be used for an outdoor porch.
Answered by: CommunityAnswer
Date published: 2017-03-25

Can this be installed on a vertical surface? I have an area I want to keep access to.

Asked by: Greg
We have not engineered or tested this product to be used in this manner.
Answered by: MP Global
Date published: 2016-05-03
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Customer Reviews

Embossed White 12 ft. x 1 ft. Lay-in Ceiling Panel is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good Product for Ceiling Access I just finished installing a Zipup Ceiling System in a walkout level of my house. It is an area where I need access to phone, electric boxes, and TV cable so drywall would not work. I could have chosen drywall, but I would have needed access ports all over the place. I previously had a standard suspended ceiling and wanted something nicer. The Zipup System is better than the old suspended ceiling in both appearance and ease of access. The Zipup System is very well designed and can be installed by someone with a reasonable level of layout skills (suspended ceiling or flooring tiles) and tool skills. The Zipup videos are helpful, but do not address all the details. Zipup customer service" tanked" as they did not answer a question I emailed them; I made a decision without their advice and it worked. I gave this Zipup System a 4 rating because of the non-response customer service and because by its very nature it can't look as good as drywall (5 rating). Conventional suspended ceilings would get a 2-3 rating from me depending on the exact materials used. Zipup is better. Some installation notes: For longer panels (especially the "starter panels") you will need 2 people to install. You will use a lot of blades in your knife. The material is soft, but it is hard enough to break off the very point of the blades. Straight cut tin snips are definitely needed. A power miter saw is very useful; use a fine saw blade to avoid chipping. Final thought: I did my ceiling areas entirely in this product. It could be used in association with drywall (dropped to match the Zipup System) to create access channels/areas. Depending on your room this could be used as a design feature (it can be painted - I did not try painting). I am considering using it under or on the side of bulkheads; some interesting possibilities.
Date published: 2014-07-26
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