Acoustic Fiberglass Ceiling Tegular Edge

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Fiberglass Ceiling

The tiles are manufactured from high density fiberglass wool.The visible face has a decorative fiberglass tissue and the back of the tile is covered with normal tissue.The four edges of the tile are sealed and have grooves. It can be jointed together without suspended system. The tiles will cover the suspension system after installation. They are are suitable for loe flap ceiling space and concrete-made, wooded-made or gymsum ceiling.

 

Installation method:

Use screw to fix the smooth roof. The tiles can be connected after making grooves on each two jointed edges.

Tiles are easy to trim and install

Both inches and metric grids are available

 

Main Characteristic:

Non-combustible

No sagging,wrapping or delaminating

Green building material

Excellent sound absorption

 

Application:

Halls,classrooms,offices,shopping centers.etc.

Acoustic fiberglass ceiling contains a better perfomance in tension strong, light weight, so it is easy to trim and install for interior decoration, with T-grids for suspension system or glue, nail or good material could come with fiberglass ceiling baord. Thus an excellent artical work need a high quality acoustic ceiling board, also high quality.

Energysaving is a trend for our 21' era, new product like fiberglass ceiling tile could in place of traditional products one day. Which depends on functional characters: little deflection of geometry dimention, no radiocative property, specific activity of 226Ra: Ira ≤1.0 and specific activity of 226 Ra 232 Th, 40 K: Ir ≤ 1.3. Both products and packages can be recycled.

 

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Q:Basement ceiling insulation?
A vapor barrier always will go the heated side. But in you situation, just use unfaced insualtion in both applications. DO NOT use any plastic to cover anything. This will only trap moisture.
Q:What is the best way to insulate and finish a basement ceiling to cut down on noise traveling between floors?
I will answer mine with a combination of two people who have already answered. H.K. got it right. Use sound proofing insulation in between your floor joists which is extremely high in density. It's a combination of cellulose and fiberglass that creates an extremely dense soundproofing. I know James Manville makes it and Owens Corning may also. This may not be in stock at your local Do-It-Yourself center and may need to be special ordered. It's more expensive than normal insulation, but much cheaper than the spray in foam alternative. Next, follow it up with the RC channel that Woodtick recommended. These will be screwed in perpendicular to the floor joists and you will then screw your sheetrock directly into those. What this does is creates a space in between the floor joists and the sheetrock and evenly disperses sound traveling through them from the floor joists. They should be in stock at your local Do-It-Yourself center. These two steps are very similar to how many hotels soundproof rooms. If you don't want to make the ceiling permanent by rocking it, then you can install a drop ceiling and use high density foam tiles made for soundproofing. This will be more expensive than rocking, and is much more time consuming to install, but you will have access to pipes or electrical that run in the floor joists. No matter what you do, you will not be able to completely eliminate the noise, but this will give you your best outcome for your budget. Keep in mind noise will transfer through the heating and cooling ducts also.
Q:Fiberglass (ceiling and window lining)?
It's is not like catching the flu. You need to be directly exposed and exposed for a long time. If you were you'd know it by now. That little tickle or scratchiness could be from anything but is highly unlikely to be from the fiberglass. I can understand your concern because I've just gotten some on my skin and wouldn't want that in my lungs But relax you're fine. If you feel the need to go back and you want, wear a mask. Even those cheap paper surgical masks would be fine. God bless.
Q:Home decoration should use fireproof material common fireproof material which
Hope to help you get, feel good, please accept Thank you! Fireproof materials are mainly non-combustible materials and B1 grade flame retardant materials. Class A Noncombustible Material: Granite, marble, terrazzo, cement products, concrete products, gypsum board, lime products, clay products, glass, tiles, mosaic, steel, aluminum, copper alloy; B1 grade flame retardant material: Plastic materials, gypsum board, fiber gypsum board, cement particle board, mineral wool decorative sound absorption board, glass wool decorative sound absorption board, perlite decorative sound absorption board, flame retardant plywood, flame retardant medium density fiberboard, rock wool decorative panels, Flame retardant wood, aluminum foil composite materials, flame retardant phenolic plywood, aluminum foil glass fiber reinforced plastic composite materials; Wall material gypsum board, fiber gypsum board, cement particle board, mineral wool board, glass wool board, perlite board, flame retardant plywood, flame retardant medium density fiberboard, fire plastic decorative panels, flame retardant double-sided particleboard, colorful paint , Flame retardant wall paper, fire-resistant imitation granite decorative plate, magnesium chloride cement assembly wallboard, flame retardant glass steel plate, PVC plastic wall panels, light high-strength composite wall panels, flame-retardant molded wood composite sheet , Color flame retardant wood-based panels, flame retardant glass and steel
Q:what is the best insulation batts to use in the ceiling?
fiberglass for sure. Foil-faced batt insulation is often used in cathedral ceilings because it has a 0.5 perm rating, providing the permeability rating often required for use in ceilings without attic spaces. A vent baffle should be installed between the insulation and the roof decking to maintain the ventilation channel.
Q:What is the space body?
A space absorber is a sound absorbing member that is dispersed in a sound field (usually under the ceiling of a room or hall). According to the use of occasions and sound absorption need to make the appropriate geometry and size, generally it consists of four parts: ① skeleton. As a support, you can use wooden tendons, angle steel or thin-walled steel. ② care layer. Common perforation rate greater than 20%, the thickness of 0.1-1.0mm perforated or slit thin metal, aluminum foil or plastic sheet. Perforation hole to take 4-8mm. ③ sound absorption filler. General use of ultra-fine glass wool felt, mineral wool felt, asphalt glass wool felt and other porous materials, and fiberglass cloth and other breathable performance is good, but also a certain strength of the material for masked layer.
Q:we have numerous recessed light fixtures in our ceiling. Is fiberglass insulation flammable?
Fiberglass insulation will not burn. If it is the blown in loose fill kind, then there should not be any paper or anything attached to it to make it flammable. You should have what is called a light dam around it to keep insulation from covering the top of the light. It is actually quite common for insulation to be in contact with the sides of the light but it should not cover the top. Of course, if you have what is called and I.C. rated recessed light, then it has it's own protection built in. These are usually pretty rare and not used by home builders generally. We always play it safe and put light dams around every recessed light we find. This light dam is a class a fire rated piece of radiant barrier taped together to form a tube that is taller the the insulation around it so that insulation can not easily be pushed over the top or blown into the top of the tube if installing new insulation.
Q:How is Sophia Wardrobe?
Sophia Wardrobe advantage   1, ultra-high panel. Sofia can provide up to 2.8 meters of the door and side panels, wardrobe doors do not have splicing can be direct access to the ceiling, noble and elegant, extraordinary style.   2, two-color panels up to 10mm French original imported panel, woody strong, and both sides of different colors, can be used for face, more fashionable.   3, the unique top brush with nylon fiber material (steel products applicable), can be clever to keep the balance of the door guide, from the slowdown, to reduce the door back and forth collision is sliding sliding door system of high-tech.   4, choose to enrich a dozen independent sub-cabinet, a dozen wardrobe accessories, dozens of colors, any choice of free.
Q:The living room ceiling leaked whenever we showered.. The plumber can't find leak. Any suggestions?What gives?
I have encountered this problem. It is one of two things. Either the rubber gasket at the drain is bad or the plumbers putty has failed at the drain. If you have a fiberglass shower pan, there is a metal plate attached to the drain by two screws. Once these are removed you have a collar which is screwed in to the mating piece on the underside of the pan. The other piece is glued to the waste line. Between the glued piece and the bottom of the pan is a rubber washer. This may be bad. I'd try removing the collar first and reapplying plumbers putty and reinstalling it. This can be done by using the handles of a pair of channel locks against the nubs that the screws go into. After doing that, test it. If it still leaks then it is the gasket. You will actually have to buy a complete assembly to get one as home centers don't sell them separately. It always amazes me how some plumbers want to start tearing out ceilings before checking the obvious. I can almost guarantee you that your leak is one of the two.
Q:ceiling tile removed?
pop round to doctors and get best advise. it is unlikely to be asbestos form sound of it and more likely fibreglass. this is a known irritant and you should have been wearing eye and breathing and gloves protection etc.

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