Acoustic Mineral Fiber Ceiling Tiles
A typical dropped ceiling consists of a grid-work of metal channels in the shape of an upside-down "T", suspended on wires from the overhead structure. These channels snap together in a regularly spaced pattern of cells. Each cell is then filled with lightweight ceiling tiles or "panels" which simply drop into the grid. The primary grid types are "Standard 1" (15/16 face), Slimline (9/16" grid), and concealed grid.The cell size in the suspension grids is typically either 2 ft × 2 ft or 2 ft × 4 ft and the ceiling tiles are the same size. The cell size in the suspension grids is 600×600 mm, while the ceiling tiles are slightly smaller at 595mm x 595mm or 595mm x 1195mm.
Mineral Fiber Ceiling Tiles
|Surface Treatment||Color Coated|
|Edge Profile||Square Edge|
|i deal in||New only|
Persistently marching in todays competitive market, our company is recognized as one of the well established manufacturers and importers of Mineral Fiber Ceiling Tiles. These ceiling tiles find wide usage in different areas such as laboratories, theaters, fitness areas and hospitals. Our tiles are in high demanded due to its features such as stain & fire resistant surface, excellent quality and versatility. Offered in different specifications, these Mineral Fiber Ceiling Tiles can be customized as per the requirements of clients.
- Item Code: 04
Insulation Wood Wool Boards
|Thickness||15, 20, 25|
|Features||MAGNESITE BINDED PINE WOOD FIBRE BOARD|
|Usage/Application||False Ceiling, Wall paneling, Partitions, roof insulation, under flooring, permanent shuttering|
|Moisture Content||Moisture Proof|
|Country of Origin||Made in India|
Wood wool, known primarily as excelsior in North America, is a product made of wood slivers cut from logs. It is mainly used in packaging, for cooling pads in home evaporative cooling systems known as swamp coolers, for erosion control mats, and as a raw material for the production of other products such as bonded wood wool boards. In the past it was used to fill stuffed toys. It is also sometimes used by taxidermists to construct the armatures of taxidermy mounts.