Mineral Fiber Suspended Ceilings

Mineral Fiber Suspended Ceilings
Mineral Fiber Suspended Ceilings

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Mineral fiber ceiling panels are composed of: mineral fiber, perlite, clay, binding additives - starch, latex, waste paper and gypsum.


Suspended ceilings made of mineral fiber panels can be not only flat (A, B), but also, for example, cellular (C)

It should be noted that the mineral fiber used for the manufacture of this group of ceilings is stone wool. And although fiberglass also belongs to the group of mineral fiber materials, it is generally accepted to call stone wool ceilings mineral fiber, and from fiberglass to take it into a separate group. We will also adhere to this established classification.

In the production of mineral fiber ceilings, great attention is paid to the binder. Depending on what is more starch or latex, the technical characteristics of the products depend, i.e. their moisture resistance. If there is more latex, then it is a moisture-resistant panel that can be used in rooms with humidity up to 95-99%. And if starch predominates, then at high humidity the panel sags. Latex is more expensive than starch, therefore moisture-resistant panels are more expensive than products with low moisture resistance.

Mineral fiber panels are distinguished by high fire safety and acoustic characteristics (high sound absorption).

The color scheme of the panels can be different, up to black (for movie theaters, for example). The range of surface textures offers the widest choice for designers and architects - smooth, micro-perforated or embossed surfaces, crisp printed geometries, graphic designs, designer edge designs, and open mesh panels. All this makes it possible to create individual compositions from ceiling tiles.

Designer ceilings allow you to create any exclusive interiors, both residential and public and industrial interiors. A designer in collaboration with a manufacturer can create three-dimensional ceilings of almost any complexity, with built-in lighting, with offset levels, etc.

The layout of the panels can be with a visible or hidden suspension system, freely fixed (corridor), cellular or plate. In fig. the interiors made of mineral fiber panels are presented, illustrations speak better than words about the modern possibilities of this material.

Several types of panels are produced from mineral fiber: in addition to traditional, laminated, from ceramic-like mineral fibers, combined, as well as from soft fibers.

Traditional acoustic panels have a rough surface with variously shaped recesses. To give the surface color, the panels are primed and painted. Note that painting the panels on their own can lead to the loss of their acoustic properties.

Hygienic boards are painted with a bactericidal paint, which limits the growth of bacteria on the ceiling surface.

The surface of laminated panels can be faced with various materials: textured fabric; special fiberglass (including painted); aluminum foil (which can be covered with a vinyl film treated with a bactericidal or fungicidal agent); smooth polyester film (dust repellent) and other coatings.

Ceramic mineral fiber panels are characterized by maximum resistance to high temperatures and are steam tested up to 135oC. The panels are resistant to chemically active vapors, corrosion and humidity, and are designed for installation in harsh industrial and marine conditions, swimming pools. They can be installed in unheated rooms.

They are composed of cellulose and mineral fibers, special organic binders and inorganic fillers. The surface of the panels is primed and painted. The panels withstand 100% relative humidity at 40oC.

The combination panels are sandwich with a mineral fiber core covered with smooth or perforated metal. These products provide a successful combination of the positive properties of mineral fiber with the optical appeal of metal.

Soft fiber ceilings offer the highest sound absorption and are ideal for schools or hospitals. Additional advantages of soft fiber boards are increased moisture resistance and the ability to create curved surfaces. The front surface of the slabs is painted for a decorative effect.

Mineral fiber panels are installed on the grid. Their dimensions are 600x600 mm, 1200x600 mm, etc., weight is: from 3 to 8 kg / m2, thickness is 12-25 mm.

Plates can be installed indoors when it is dry, plastering and painting work is completed, windows and doors are built in and glazed. The heating system must operate to provide a standard operating temperature of 15-30oC. The relative humidity should not exceed 90%. In rooms with temporarily or permanently high humidity, special measures must be taken. It should be remembered that boards designed for a specific relative humidity have guaranteed performance under the conditions of a given relative humidity.

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