Modular stone wool ceilings

MODULAR CEILINGS / MONOLITHIC CEILINGS: WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE?

SUSPENDED CEILINGS

These ceilings are fixed to a bearing structure, which creates a space between the roof and the ceiling.

A suspended ceiling can be used to conceal building's services or give the room a more stylish effect.

MODULAR SUSPENDED CEILINGS

Unlike monolithic ceilings which cannot be removed, modular suspended ceilings can be removed if necessary and comprise a grid (visible, semi-visible or concealed) that is fixed to the supporting structure using hangers and accessories, as well as ceiling tiles that are fitted into the grid. This type of ceiling presents a number of advantages:

Functional benefits:

  • Easy, regular access to the plenum
  • Concealed services (cables, networks, electricity, etc.)
  • Quick and easy installation
  • Easy replacement of all or part of the ceiling

Esthetic benefits:

  • Several types of edges and modules
  • An extensive choice of colors and patterns
  • Several dimensions
  • Conceals any unsightly areas

Technical benefits:

  • Acoustic correction by means of absorption and insulation
  • Fire reaction and resistance
  • Light reflection
  • Humidity resistance
  • Thermal resistance
  • Mechanical resistance
  • Indoor air quality
  • Impact resistance

MANUFACTURING PROCESS

Stone wool ceilings are manufactured by four main stages:

  1. Sanding of the face to ensure a perfectly flat surface

  2. Bonding of the panel to prepare for the decorative veil

  3. Fitting of the veil to the previously bonded part

  4. Cutting of the panels to the required dimensions

 

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