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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:question about my jeep's ceiling upholstery?
your board is probably fiberglass but the material your seeing will be the old foam rotting away,you have to remove the entire board and clean it and get a new piece back up ,when new that came with a 1/4 inch foam backed material but over the years it deteriorates and falls down ,that's the only way to repair it right and make it look good,the new material cost about 12 bucks a yard and is about 54 inches wide so you,ll need about 3 yards at least to do this with and at least 3 cans of glue,glue both sides ,the board side and the material side then bond them together,and reinstall it and your done,this will cost you about 50 bucks to do this one,good luck.
Q:Hand-created texture on walls and ceiling?
First of all, I'm not a fan of TEXURE anything, especially ceilings. This is just my two cents, but I'm also not a fan of using Lite Mud for the purpose. Obviously Texturing is fad/ trendy, and all over the planet. If you have to go texture, especially on a ceiling, learn how to do the Knock Down technique, or have it done. Easy texturing would be sand paint, or even Fiberglass based stucco. Part of a thought in the design of Texturing is NOT UNIFORM albeit Knock Down gives that illusion. BTW,,, it can all be Messy. So much like any other FAUX finishes, texturing is not only a challenge, but an exploration into originality and design. If you're going for Unique, practice first, and judge results of as many methods as you research. I ask only one thing...DO NOT do PopCorn Steven Wolf
Q:Ok to use fiberglass tape & joint compound on joints in plywood ceiling?
It will stick just fine. I have painted wood paneling this way too...by taping all the seams just like you would dry wall, and filling the grooves as well. Once it is sanded and painted it looks just like drywall.
Q:Suggestions for a exposed fiberglass batt ceiling in an unfinished basement. Exposure to fiber a concern.?
Short of a dropped ceiling, you might try stapling kraft paper or the such over the fiberglass. Lets the insulation breathe, but covers it up.
Q:Soundproofing basement ceiling?
To sound proof you need to do two things, isolate and absorb. This means that the surface facing the basement should not be in direct contact with the floor above and some sort of material with adequate mass needs to be between to absorb the sound. It sounds like you don't want to go overboard with this project so I would suggest insulation batts and a dropped ceiling. Dow makes a 'safetouch' insulation that does not create dust and that you do not need to use a mask while installing (though I still would). There are newer styles of dropped ceilings out there now with a lower profile that use tracks that are relatively easy to install. I think one brand is called CeilingLink. This will look nice, block a lot of sound and allow access in case it is needed in the future. Best of luck, and maybe consider a radon gas detector.
Q:How much do you want to do with noise equipment?
The two woods to the ears of a plug (insert deep point) package you have a good sound insulation Or free Oh ~ ~
Q:How to repair a hole in a bedroom ceiling?
You only need to replace the lath with anything which will act as a backing for the spack filler which you will need to get from a hardware store or even your local supermarket if your lucky. A suitable replacement will hold your bit of plasterboard, which you have cut to fill the hole as best as possible, and must be able to cope with the environment in the attic, ie not rot. Then fill the crack around the edge with spack filler (white stuff, like plaster, many different types) Then when thet repair has set fill over the plaster board to make it level with the roof, any white spack filler type material. Dry sand and paint to match celing (that is the hard part). Good luck.
Q:How can I find a ceiling joist?
There are many stud finders which will work but in their absence, you can tap along the ceiling and get a pretty good idea by the sound changes. where the joist is will sound considerably more solid. If you have a popcorn ceiling, you can use a very fine nail to locate the exact edge.
Q:What type of insulation do I use in the bathroom ceiling?
i have a drop ceiling in my bathroom and use fiberglass plastic coated tiles that give some insulation, are waterproof on the plastic surface and can be (have done this several time) painted after 4/5 years if you so desire or just put new ones in front of the old ones and now the insulation value has doubled. you can keep doing that till they're 3 deep. you can buy them and the tracks that they fit in at home depot. a small bathroom would be less than $100.00 to do. you need to keep in mind when doing those ceilings, always find the MIDDLE of the two connecting walls then measure 12 inches on both sides from the middle. that's where you put the runners. NOT IN THE MIDDLE. now the room is divided equally from the two middles. if you don't then one side will be larger than the other. it may not make sense to you, but believe me it's true. there's not a room in my house that i don't have this system. if you ever get a water leak you just clean up the tile or replace it. use a 2x2 system not a 2 x 4. all the tile comes 2 x 4 (actually a little less) find the exact middle and then cut them in half. not a days work involved. putting up the track is more than 1/2 the job. it must be level all the way around and from side to side some of my ceilings i actually have rolled r-19 insulation on top of those tiles. remember armstrong esprite plastic coated tiles NOT CARDBOARD once the cardboard gets wet it needs to be replaced. i'm not sure but i believe i've had this system in the bathroom for about 20 years now, and other parts of the house for over 30 years, you can paint them or buy new ones and replace them. sometimes that's the wiser thing to do. hope that helps you. greenwall is always better for the bathroom.
Q:What is the difference between PVC and nylon?
Want to figure out, PP forum, a lot of PVC film information, there are a lot of PVC film and printing bag to do friends, many of which are in the first line operator, responsible for the technology. There are also PVC particles

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