Ceilings

We install proprietary quality suspended ceiling systems to Clients nationwide. We operate in both the “New Build, Fit Out and Maintenance” sectors providing experienced site management and site expertise to our “end users”.

Geengate is more than capable to provide cost effective solutions to Clients and operates to strict site requirements and deadlines.The Company has experienced directly employed personnel and is proud of it’s repeat business client base.

Some of the ceiling systems offered by Greengate are as follows:

Metal Framed Ceilings and Bulkheads
An MF (Metal Framed) ceiling is where plasterboard is fixed to a concealed metal grid which is in turn then fixed to a structural soffit above. This therefore creates a void (of a depth to suit the structure) above the ceiling which can be used for services etc. The plasterboard can then be skim finished or using tape and joint system. The type of plasterboard used can be designed to enhance fire, acoustic thermal and of course acoustic requirements.

The same MF system can be used to create feature bulkheads in ceilings. These can be constructed purely in an aesthetic context to create dropped levels in ceilings, to create curved features or other specific design concepts such as coffers. Alternatively these can be built around and hide services such as air conditioning units and light fittings.

Suspended Grid Ceilings
Grid ceilings consist of tiles hung within a metal grid system. There are many different tile types and styles available to suit each development and advice can be given in respect of these.

Ceiling tiles offer a high quality finish which is suitable for meeting rooms, hotels etc. A variety of veneer finishes are available.

Metal framed ceiling and Bulkheads
A concealed grid MF is a suspended ceiling system suitable for most internal drylining applications. The fully concealed grid and ceiling lining can be used in conjunction with plasterboards to create a seamless, monolithic appearance. The type and thickness of plasterboards used can enhance fire, acoustic and thermal performance. Our staff will advise on the build up of plasterboard linings required to meet your required specification Access panels can be easily installed into this ceiling system. The same MF system can be used to create feature bulkheads in ceilings. These can be constructed purely in an aesthetic context to create dropped levels in ceilings, to create curved features or other specific design concepts such as coffers. Alternatively these can be built around and hide services such as air conditioning units and light fittings.
The following is a breakdown of the performance levels we can achieve using this system

Performance
Fire resistance 30-120 min
Airborne sound insulation 56-66 Rw dB
Impact sound insulation 68-50 Lnw dB
Sound absorption 0.25-0.70 αw

The plasterboard can then be skim or taped and jointed finish.

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