Posts Categorized: Suspended Ceilings

Fire Resistant Ceilings In An Office

Fire Ratings for Suspended Ceilings

One of the most common misconceptions in the ceiling industry is that a suspended ceiling grid can be fire rated. Architects and clients will often insist on a ceiling grid that has a fire rating but it is in actual fact the suspended ceiling system that needs to be fire rated. As with any fire…

By Denise Gould | Posted February 2, 2018
Tagged with econogrid, Suspended Ceilings, Fire Safety

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MRP DC Building Exterior

MRP Distribution Centre Hammarsdale

This MRP Distribution Centre Industrial Warehousing project development took eleven months to complete and included 55,000m2 under roof for the DC, 15,000m2 of concrete mezzanines and 45,000m2 of external concrete hardstands and ancillary buildings. The ancillary buildings included a main office, change rooms, two sub-stations, a truckers node, a battery bay, a sprinkler and hydrant…

By Denise Gould | Posted August 30, 2017
Tagged with Ceiling Trims, AMF, econotile, econogrid, JUMBO Grid, JUMBO Plasterboard, JUMBO FireWALL, JUMBO AcousticWALL, Acoustic, Fire

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Suspended Ceiling with econogrid and AMF

Suspended Ceilings Value Unlock

The suspended ceiling or dropped ceiling as it is more commonly known internationally was originally developed for aesthetic reasons to conceal the underside of the main structural slab. Hung from the slab using hanger strap or hanger wire the suspended ceiling became the secondary ceiling. A metal grid system is commonly used to create the…

By Denise Gould | Posted May 13, 2016
Tagged with AMF, econocal, econotherm, econocoust, econocoust plus, econotile, econogrid, econolok, Acoustic, Moisture, Fire

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