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Ceiling System

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The components that together form the basis of a ceiling, including the grid members and suspension system. A ceiling system may be direct fixed or suspended.

  • CONCEALED GRID CEILING SYSTEM: A suspended ceiling system in which the supporting system is not exposed to view.
  • LINEAR OR STRIP CEILING SYSTEM: A ceiling whose soffit has the appearance of continuous strips of infill materials.
  • NON-TRAFFICABLE CEILING SYSTEM: A ceiling system where access by personnel on to the ceiling system for any purpose is strictly prohibited.
  • ONE-WAY EXPOSED GRID CEILING SYSTEM: A ceiling whose soffit has the supporting grid members visible in one direction.
  • SHEETED OR FLUSH CEILING SYSTEM: A ceiling lined with building board where the joints between the board are either exposed, set or concealed with cover strips, beads or the like, such that the supporting grid members are not visible.
  • TWO-WAY EXPOSED GRID CEILING SYSTEM: A ceiling whose soffit has the supporting grid members visible in two directions.
  • CELL CEILING SYSTEM: An egg-crate like structure with open areas to the plenum but with a closed appearance at low angle viewing.
  • LUMINOUS CEILING SYSTEM: A ceiling of translucent material with lamps in the ceiling void to light the space below.
  • OPEN CEILING SYSTEM: A suspended ceiling formed of louvers, battens, open cells or similar ceiling components.

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