Wood removable ceilings are made of wood panels laid out on a fully standardised grid system, for quick and easy installation from the sides of a room.
Wood panels in removable ceilings offer significant advantages (acoustics, aesthetics and so on) so it is very important to know their composition and the possibilities they offer. The panels in wood removable ceilings basically consist of a main base plate or support on which a thin layer of finish is applied and one can choose among dozens of options. Depending on the acoustic conditioning, work carried out in a room and the degree of sound absorption required for panels, these will have different types of perforations, combined with a heat bonded, sound-absorbent veil to allow you to achieve a Optimum Reverberation Time for the room.
In other posts we wrote about the finishes of acoustic panels in removable ceilings and accessible ceilings (See: “Options in Spigotec ceiling finishes and wood panelling” ) but this time we detail the main types of base plate or support that acoustic panels in wood removable ceilings can have.
- 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.
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