Step 1: Preparation for installing suspended ceilings
Today we take you to a site for suspended ceilings installation for lobby entry and other areas.
An apartment that has applied our suspended ceiling system for lobby entry ceiling and wall, driveway ceiling, and undercover walkway ceiling.
The initial preparation is very important in any commercial building projects at any size.
Recommended maximum spacing for our ceiling channel is 500mm to 800mm. And for joining area between ceiling panels require extra ceiling channels to finish the job more nicely and uniform.
The product we have selected
Products that we selected are 100×25 ceiling panel, 40×25 ceiling panel, 1-inch ceiling channel, and 1-inch slat for finishing.
Step 2: Lineup the suspended wires or rods, and ceiling channel
Our ceiling channel comes with 3000mm in length. By joining the male side to the female side of the channel to extend its length to suit your project to guaranty a nice flush finish every time when joining channels together.
Placing the wire and rod
Suspended wires are the best choice here to hung our lightweight ceiling channels. Before installing each wire or rod, make a lineup from one end to the other end for making sure that our ceiling channel buckles are at the same line of position to avoid problem occur in the future.
Below is our suspended ceiling installation booklet, for more detail about installing ceilings.
Step 3: Install ceiling panels on ceiling channel
The easiest way to install suspended ceilings is clipping the ceiling panel from one side buckle to the other side buckle. This way will prevent you from breaking the ceiling panel if you are pushing it too hard into the buckle.
In this project, we have selected 100×25 ceiling panels and 40×25 ceiling panels. And because of the 100×25 ceiling panel can only fit with our 1-inch ceiling channel the gap between panels are shown on the photo on the right about 20mm.
Lighting cables can be running above our ceiling channel and use our 25×25 L-shape trim to form a square cube as the light socket box later on.
Step 4: Finishing without slat and L-shape trim
Best finishing around the edge uses our slat, L or Groove shape trim (40×40 or 25×25).
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