MF Ceilings

MF Ceilings

Metal frame (MF) ceilings are a popular choice for modern construction. They are comprised of several components that together provide an adaptable and high-performing ceiling. These key components include ceiling channels and brackets, acoustic hangers, and tiles.

Metal brackets and ceiling channels form the foundation of the MF ceiling. Main tees and cross tees made of galvanised steel or aluminium assemble into a grid supported by brackets anchored to the overhead structure. Strong brackets at regular intervals firmly secure the grid.

Acoustic hangers suspend the grid from above while preventing vibration and noise transfer. These hangers isolate the ceiling system to avoid contact with the main building structure. This improves sound absorption and prevents noisy rattles.

Plus, suspension clips attach the grid tees to the acoustic hangers. They allow easy height adjustment of the grid for levelling and alignment. Wall angles, made from metal or plastic, are also important as they provide stable attachment of the grid to the walls. The angles anchor the grid while allowing some movement.

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Metal frame (MF) ceilings are a popular choice for modern construction. They are comprised of several components that together provide an adaptable and high-performing ceiling. These key components include ceiling channels and brackets, acoustic hangers, and tiles.

Metal brackets and ceiling channels form the foundation of the MF ceiling. Main tees and cross tees made of galvanised steel or aluminium assemble into a grid supported by brackets anchored to the overhead structure. Strong brackets at regular intervals firmly secure the grid.

Acoustic hangers suspend the grid from above while preventing vibration and noise transfer. These hangers isolate the ceiling system to avoid contact with the main building structure. This improves sound absorption and prevents noisy rattles.

Plus, suspension clips attach the grid tees to the acoustic hangers. They allow easy height adjustment of the grid for levelling and alignment. Wall angles, made from metal or plastic, are also important as they provide stable attachment of the grid to the walls. The angles anchor the grid while allowing some movement.

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