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Below you will see the general description of assembly works when suspending false ceiling, which can be provided by ceiling manufacturers. Theoretically performing the following works will give us a false ceiling, yet we will try to show you subsequent stages in a more intelligible manner.
The load bearing construction, which is the base for mineral wool panels, is a one layer load bearing construction, including the load bearing layer. Steel sections are construction materials used to create load bearing constructions. All used bracing methods must fulfil the condition of five-time load bearing factor when ballasted. This means that singular extracting load must be five times higher than the value falling for each connector or anchor bolt. All steel elements used for anchoring need to be corrosion resistant. Assembly of the ceiling begins from indicating its surface by outlining the upper edge of the wall angle bar on surrounding walls. Angle bar is fixed with fast assembly pins within spans not exceeding 60cm. Then trace the places where the main profiles will run, with 120cm spans. They should be planned in such a way that on both sides of the wall similar distances should be left, longer than half of panel width, that is 30 cm. Fixing transverse panels takes place in holes cut out in main panels. Along the profile line places for fixing hangers are traced, with 120cm span. After fixing the hangers, main profiles are hanged and levelled, and then transverse "120" profiles are put in with 60 cm span with "60" profiles between them, in order to obtain a net with 60cm side. When levelling the whole construction, about 30% of panels are put in. Panels construct and level the construction. Then the assembly of profile sections adjoining the walls are assembled. They should be cut with 5-10mm space. The assembly is finished with completing all the panels.