Drywall steel profiles are widely used in buildings for ceiling & partition systems with different kinds of boards, such as gypsum board, calcium silicate board, magnesium oxied board, fiber cement board... Drywall steel profiles are made of galvanized steel, and can be installed easilly. Besides, thermal and acoustic insulation products maybe filled in partition system to provide a safe and fire-resistant wall, and create a quiet environment.
Specification of Drywall Steel Profile:
Size: Different series of sizes for different markets
Thickness: By production standard or to order
Length: normal 3m/piece
Zinc-coating: normal 50~60g/m2, or to order
Packing of Drywall Steel Profile:
Pcs into a bale (normally pack by tapes), bales into containers / wagon
Delivery of Drywall Steel Profile:
From Xingang (port) or Tianjin (station), 3 weeks in receipt of advance payment
Installation of Partition with Drywall Profiles and Accessories:
2. Fix the stud and track
3. Install the steel channel
4. Install the boards
5. Jointer application (accessories, screw, jointer, tape, insulation material)
- Q:How hard is it to remove a hung ceiling?
- I assume that you mean a drop ceiling - The kind with small panels that lift up and out. If so, just remove all the panels and remove the metal grids that are used for support. They usually are wired to the ceiling above and can be removed in sections - Cut the wires that help support it Note: You might want to make sure that the ceiling above the tiles looks OK sometimes its just floor joists. you may not like it
- Q:Material used in False Ceiling?
- A false or dropped ceiling can be made of various materials. Most commonly, they are made of ceiling tiles or panels that are suspended from a grid of wires and tracks.
- Q:What is the meaning of H38 light steel keel on construction?
- The width is 38 mm
- Q:Our bedroom has 4 recessed lights in the ceiling that form the perimeter of a 6x6 square. I would like to install a ceiling fan in the middle but it would require me to install a new wiring box. Is it possible to tap into the wiring my recessed lights run off of to run my ceiling fan? Or do i need to run all new wiring to my panel? Thanks in advance for your experiences and help.
- A ceiling fan REQUIRES a switch which will entail running a line between it and the fan. The fan also REQUIRES a box capable of supporting a minimum of 35 lbs. You'd be money ahead to hire an electrician.
- Q:Light steel keel main keel, vice keel spacing generally how much
- The main keel and pay keel ceiling is this: the main keel and the main keel parallel row, the spacing of 1200mm,
- Q:Will the light steel keel and C steel What is the difference?
- Different materials, the thickness is not the same, light steel keel thickness is generally 1-2 mm, while the C-beam thickness of 2.5-3 range;
- Q:We have a drop ceiling but rather large holes for the many light fixtures (at least 20, like a grid of light bulbs as decoration) in our basement. The holes are about 2 inches in diameter and the light bulb doesn't fill up the holes completely. Is it safe to live down here without removing the insulation?
- It's not clear from your description if you have recessed lights or not. Recessed lights can have an IC rating meaning you can put insulation right next to or over the recessed lights (IC stands for insulation contact). If the recessed lights aren't IC rated, then you have to leave a gap of 3 between the fixture and the insulation. Regardless of the above, you can always switch to compact fluorescent or LED bulbs which will generate far less heat for a given amount of light.
- Q:Here is what I have...a wire that looks like a regular cord for a plug in and a copper looking wire I assume is the ground. In the drop ceiling I have two wires that seem to have been been cut from electric cord and hard wired into another track lighting. I have had a light up here before but have not ever previously hooked electric up. I know it can handle the electric current. There are caps at the end of the wires so I am assuming (love assuming) that I can attach the wires from the light to these wires and recap. Then I need to ground the cooper wire, but what is a good ground? It is a drop ceiling so can I attach to the grid or wires holding the drop ceiling? Of course the electric will be off! I am wondering is it possible to cross the two wires and have a big boo boo happen? I appreciate the input. I am really needing to get this completed shortly so please anyone with some expertise respond!
- Ignore Andrew. He has dangerous misinformation. First off, the hot and neutral are not interchangeable. If you don't have white and black, there are other ways of identifying them. The white is neutral, which can also be indicated by ridges on that side (for lamp cord style wire). There are also less common ways, but the bottom line is they are not interchangeable. For the ground, no the ceiling grid is not a ground. If you are in an older house, you may not have a ground available. The best thing then would be to use a fixture that doesn't need one, if you can find one.
- Q:Home decoration ceiling is good with wooden keel or light steel keel good?
- Wood keel shape is more convenient but not fire light steel keel bad shape but fire performance like
- Q:I'm not sure if lots of stores sell it, but I've always wanted something to put on the floor that would project stars and space onto my ceiling. I'm not sure what that's called or where I could buy one. Anyone have any ideas?
- This Site Might Help You. RE: Where can I buy a light that can reflect stars off my ceiling? I'm not sure if lots of stores sell it, but I've always wanted something to put on the floor that would project stars and space onto my ceiling. I'm not sure what that's called or where I could buy one. Anyone have any ideas?
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