Cineplex ceiling tiles are manufactured from noncombustible inorganic Glasswool and bonded with an inert thermosetting resin binder. The tile is faced with a black non-woven glass tissue for optimal sound
absorption. Applications include suspended ceilings in commercial buildings such as cinemas.
Soundlite ceiling tiles are manufactured from noncombustible inorganic Glasswool and bonded with an
inert thermosetting resin binder. A decorative vinyl facing is available in Coral, which provide a durable
finish. Applications include domestic, commercial and industrial suspended ceilings.
Ecosound acoustic ceiling tiles are manufactured from non-combustible inorganic Glasswool, bonded with an inert thermosetting resin binder and are lightweight and resilient. A glass tissue facing is available in two decorative finishes namely Serenity (Silver) and Harmony (White). Applications include commercial suspended ceilings and specialised acoustic applications.
The new generation of DONN grids are fully compatible and interchangeable with previous versions. They now have light reflective steel capping, and are coloured snow white. Their galvanised steel construction ensures rust resistance. The DONN T38 FR grid system is easily assembled. Features such as the patented Quick-Release Clip (QRC) ensure quick installation. The grids can also be disassembled and the Cross Tees reused.
Where necessary, the grids can be bolstered with insulation for improved thermal and acoustic performance.
Cineplex ceiling tiles are manufactured from non-combustible inorganic glasswool and bonded with an inert thermosetting resin binder. The tile is faced with a black non-woven glass tissue for optimal sound absorption. It is ideal for suspended ceilings in commercial applications such as cinemas.
Although the importance of a roof structure as a component of a building and its functioning cannot be overstated, it is possibly one of the most neglected parts of a building. While some roof systems call for less intense maintenance than others, all roofing systems should be checked periodically and maintained accordingly. The Institute for Timber Construction South Africa (ITC-SA) weighs in.
A new generation DONN ceiling system is currently being rolled out to industry stakeholders including contractors, architects and project managers, at a series of events hosted in major cities across the country.