The coverings consist of a substructure on which panels are suspended. The panels can be made of metal, mineral fibers, or plasterboard. The support profile can be executed visibly or invisibly.
Metal ceilings consist of cassettes or panels that are available in different colors and surfaces. Since metal surfaces have poor acoustic properties, metal ceiling elements are usually perforated and coated with sound-absorbing material. The substructure consists of a grid of base and support profiles made of metal, which are mounted on the ceiling using continuously adjustable hangers.
Grid ceilings are a type of suspended ceiling in which panels are suspended in a regular grid pattern from a substructure. The panels can be made of various materials such as metal, mineral fibers, or plasterboard and are available in various colors and surfaces. The substructure consists of support profiles arranged in a grid pattern, which are mounted on the ceiling using continuously adjustable hangers. Grid ceilings are a popular choice for use in offices, public buildings, and retail stores, as they offer an attractive appearance while also providing effective sound absorption and sound insulation.