A typical suspended or false ceiling gridwork is made up from a combination of metal interlocking sections connected together to form the openings for ceiling tiles. The metal channels are formed in the shape of an upside down ‘T’ which is usually finished with a white paint to match the ceiling tiles inside. The T bars are supported at various intervals by a suspension mechanism, usually galvanised wire. The ceiling is usually supported around the perimeter by an ‘L’ shaped metal section, referred to as edge trim.
AWCI Ltd can supply and install several different types of suspended ceilings as detailed below;
M/F-Metal Ceiling Framing
Metal Frame plasterboard ceilings (MF Ceilings) combine the structural strength of metal with the versatility of plasterboard for a quick and easy to install, adaptable MF ceiling for both new build and refurbishment projects. The adaptability of metal frame plasterboard ceilings manifests in the plasterboard that is fixed to the frame. Depending on which board is used, metal frame plasterboard ceilings can be made fire, moisture and acoustic resistant. This incredible adaptability extends to the height of the ceiling being easily varied to accommodate services within the void and meet specific room dimension requirements.Contact Us