Siniat Nida ceiling DK/WON/CD 60 - 12,5

Suspended ceilings function aesthetically, hiding installations or structural components of the ceiling running above. They also create a fire resistant barrier and insulate the room acoustically and thermally. The sheathing of the ceiling construction is usually a 12.5 mm or 15 mm plasterboard. Special sound-absorbing ceilings use perforated plasterboards. The construction of a suspended ceiling grid consists of cold-formed sections installed in a single or double-layered crossover. Suspended ceilings are hung on either rotary hangers with a spring and fixing rods or, in the case of fire protection ceilings, on nonius hangers or components for direct installation. 

Nida DK/WON/CD60-12,5 suspended ceiling is a ceiling with Nida plasterboard sheathing (1x12,5mm) on a two-level cross structure made of Nida CD60 profiles. The ceiling is suspended with a nonius hanger. The use of this type of hanger allows for a very selection of the appropriate height of suspension depending on the requirements.

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