The 4 types of tiles you can choose for a suspended accessible false ceiling made of wood
- 21 November, 2018
- Posted by: spigo
- Category: Acoustics, Architecture, Construction, Decoration, News
On an accessible false ceiling one part can be easily disassembled and reassembled without touching the rest. This quality makes an accessible false ceiling the ideal choice for any room equipped with systems and installations that you wish to remain hidden from sight but know that at some point you will have to repair (communications, air conditioning, public address system, security, etc.)
Added to all these advantages, and depending on the support tiles chosen, our false ceiling can also offer better performance against fire or humidity.
These are the 4 types of support tiles that you can choose for an accessible false ceiling made of wood:
- MDF Standard Support: Medium-density fiberboard support is destined to an use in dry environments.
- Fire – Retardant MDF Support: Medium-density fiberboard support with improved fire reaction
- Moisture – Resistant MDF Support: Medium-density fiberboard support with is resistant to moisture.
- Plywood Support: It is a support with wood thin layers which are glued transversally with syntentic resins through strong pressure and heat.
Each of these 4 types of support tiles is available in your preferred finish: melamine, natural wood, through-dyed MDF, lacquer in different colours or HPL with high thermal and wear resistance.
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