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False Ceiling

A typical suspended or false ceiling grid-work 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 galvanize wire. The ceiling is usually supported around the perimeter by an ‘L’ shaped metal section, referred to as edge trim.

Due to the design flexibility of this suspended ceiling system suitable for most internal dry lining applications. The fully concealed grid can be used in conjunction with plaster-boards, Rigitone or Gyptone boards to create a seamless, monolithic appearance