Suspended Ceilings are in essence a secondary ceiling hung below the main structural ceiling on a metal supporting framework.
In its most basic form a layer of plasterboard is fixed to a metal furring suspension frame and left ready for finishing, alternatively there are a number of lay-in-grid modular tile systems.
The lay-in systems typically comprise a visible white aluminium grid work in either a 24mm or 15mm section and set out to a 600×600 or 600x1200mm modular grid. Square edge, often mineral wool based tiles, are inserted into the grid to form a flat finished surface or alternatively a tegular or rebated edge tile can be used for enhanced aesthetics.
DWC South offer an extensive range of tiles from many manufacturers such as Armstrong, Ecophon and SAS which provide functional options to suit your sound absorption/attenuation; fire; moisture resistance and aesthetic requirements.
One of the key advantages to a lay-in grid suspended ceiling is that the easily removed ceiling tiles offer instant access to a service void thus simplifying any services repair or alteration.
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