The types of false ceilings for clean rooms created and produced make it possible to study and realise different controlled contamination environments.
They range from false ceilings with a visible 60mm aluminium frame, with panels surface-mounted or flush-fitted to aluminium profiles, to high-load false ceilings (walkable) with a concealed structure. The modules are suitable for housing filters, grilles and lighting fixtures for each size.
Low load T60
- The mullion and transom structures are locked together by die-cast aluminium plates and set-up for anchoring with threaded bar tie-rods, fixed in turn to the supporting frame of the existing structure. An opposing screw is used to adjust the structure.
Each panel, chosen according to individual requirements, is fastened to the frame with panel clips and sealed to ensure and maintain the desired pressure in the clean rooms.
Structure, panels and lighting fixtures that compose our false ceilings are characterised by a uniform colour – semi-gloss white RAL 9010.
Technical data Nominal module dimensions 600×600, 600×1200 and 1200×1200 mm.
The modularity is designed to house the filters, grilles and lighting fixtures of all sizes.
- Type of low load false ceilings for clean rooms with aluminium structure:
High load HLFC
- The main element of the system is a sandwich panel consisting of two steel plates pre-coated in RAL 9010 with an insulation that can vary according to demands. The panel is surrounded on all sides by a frame of extruded aluminium which is inserted in the steel plates, rimmed and bevelled, to create the finished panel.
In addition to providing rigidity to the panel, it also serves as a housing for the false ceiling bearing structure. This latter feature ensures a uniform 3mm gap between the panels and makes it possible to create a flexible hanging system using a specially designed rail which allows the hangers to slide and avoid, during the installation phase, interferences with the facility systems found in the areas above.