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How we design a False Ceiling

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    11-October-2020

    How we design a False Ceiling

    Designed for large areas, we aim to leverage an existing and accessible technology by maximizing its potential at an acoustic and aesthetic level.‎ Besides the advantages of using a typical false ceiling structure, placing foam ensures the best sound absorption and provides the best fire resistance.‎ We use it for with three different applications: clip-in system (ceiling and wall) and t-bar system (levelled or inner with 15mm or 24mm t-bar width).‎ In the clip-in system, the Unisquare BC is a panel with grooves along its entire periphery.‎ These cutouts are designed to accommodate metal rails that will, by turn, connect to the standard metal profiles of the false ceiling.‎ The metal rails are inserted manually on two opposite sides of the panel and, when the panel is pressed against the metallic profiles it simply clips into place, guaranteeing a quick, clean and efficient assembly.‎ For the t-bar system, the panel can have lateral countersink to be levelled with the t-bar.‎ "Stage works" a company that has received compliments in the offering Acoustic Wall Ceilings. Acknowledged for their durable nature and dimensionally accuracy, these ceilings are manufactured according to the industry laid parameters. In addition to this, these are widely used in commercial and residential places. the false ceiling is a wired secondary ceiling hung or ties to the mother structure, suspended or screwed. It is a staple in modern architecture for both residential and industrial works. The false ceiling is initially created in auditoriums to hide wiring, plumbing pipes, AC ducts, and sprinkler system. these days there are numerous types of the false ceiling, for instance, the glass false ceiling, gypsum false ceiling, metal tile false ceiling etc. A typical draw of ceiling consists of a metal gridwork of channels in a shape of upside-down T suspended or wired with mother structure. these channels are snapped together in a regularly spaced patterns of cells, each cell is then filled with ceiling tiles and panels and is dropped from the grid to make a false ceiling that is hiding all the flaws of the room provides. Last but not least these ceilings are available at competitive market prices to suit the pocket requirements of different customers.