The System C is the most common ceiling construction.
This is because System C is quick and easy to install and as a result provides a very economical solution. This system uses an exposed 15mm or 24mm grid system. Both square edge (SK), recessed edge (VT) tiles, and (SF) downwardly demountable tiles can be installed in this system. Each ceiling tile is individually removable providing access to any services in the ceiling void. The full range of AMF ceiling tiles are available to fit into a System C. It is also simple to integrate standard elements such as lights, speakers, heating and ventilation. All of the technical information in this publication is based on labortory test results.
Installation video free span system- System F
System F, being a self-supporting system with a span of up to 2.50 m, is an ideal solution for corridors. Both sides of the tiles rest on perimeter trims, which gives the ceiling a smooth and homogeneous appearance with subtle joints. System F is a fast and efficient solution both for installation and maintenance work as the system can span up to 2.50 m without support from the soffit and still be fully demountable.
Installation video concealed system- System A
System A has a smooth, monolithic appearance created by concealed construction profiles. The ceiling tiles are available as demountable or non-accessible for the construction variants. Depending on individual requirements, the ceiling void can be retrospectively accessible or non-accessible.
Installation video bandraster system- System I
By using Bandraster grid System I offers parallel suspension sections that can be adapted to the architecture of the building. Lightweight partitions can be installed under the Bandraster sections. Lateral bracing is achieved with either exposed or concealed sections. Ceiling planks can be made either demountable or non-accessible.
Installation video Heradesign® - Mounting with wall track system
Installation training for Heradesign acoustic wall panels: How to mount the acoustic panels with wall track system.