Manufacture and assembly of acrylic plastic and polycarbonate suspended ceilings
Discover our manufacturing and assembly of suspended ceilings in acrylic plastic and polycarbonate service! If the walls are high enough, we can install a false ceiling to take advantage of its great benefits. In recent years, there have been many advances in interior design and architecture, which has made it possible to have different types of suspended ceilings with multiple qualities that are also easy to install.
At Polimer Tecnic we have different possibilities and solutions that will solve any situation to create harmony and improve the space in question. In this post we are going to explain the advantages and applications of methacrylate and polycarbonate suspended ceilings so that you are aware of their great potential.
Types of suspended ceilings
Suspended ceilings made of materials such as polycarbonate or acrylic plastic allow for luminous or permeable ceilings that add great value to the environment. In this case we are going to distinguish between these two specific types, although there are many more:
- The transparent polycarbonate ceiling is able to regulate the environment according to your needs and creates desirable spaces in which to enjoy natural light without the need for major renovations. Polycarbonate is a very durable and easy to clean material that comes in lightweight, easy to handle sheets that do not deteriorate in bad weather.
- Acrylic plastic ceilings are incredibly transparent and offer excellent impact resistance. Plexiglass or acrylic plastic is half the weight of glass and its consistency is similar to that of aluminium. In addition, it does not produce any toxic gases during its manufacture, so it also helps us to take care of the environment.
Benefits of polycarbonate outdoor ceilings
Whether it is a polycarbonate patio ceiling or an acrylic plastic patio roof, the benefits can be summarised as follows:
- Transparent and UV resistant.
- Acoustic insulation.
- Low weight and easy to install.
- Good resistance.
- Combustibility class B2.
- Perfectly suitable for outdoor use.
Applications of suspended ceilings
Suspended ceilings are used in private homes, but also in commercial premises and offices. They have many advantages and offer a variety of uses thanks to their acoustic and thermal insulation properties.
Suspended ceilings are insulators and help to absorb noise, although they are also used in very damp rooms to counteract condensation and to improve aesthetics thanks to the different finishes they have.
In addition to contributing to energy savings, a false ceiling can also improve the lighting in a specific area by allowing halogen recessed lighting, hiding wiring and integrating new LED lighting technologies with lower consumption.
Polycarbonate ceilings, in particular, feature a lightweight translucent material that allows light to pass through while providing protection from UV rays. Polycarbonate sheets are moldable and easily manipulated, as well as strong and durable. They are also excellent thermal insulators that prevent heat loss.
Polycarbonate outdoor ceilings are very common, so much so that in recent decades they have become popular in many other applications, e.g. conservatories, garages, roof terraces, summer houses, decoration works and glazed porches.
Acrylic sheets, on the other hand, have a very elegant and minimalist decorative effect and also offer many possibilities. As the warm weather approaches, many people are opting to install perspex roofs on their terraces or outdoor spaces to protect them from the sun and heat. To make this possible, made-to-measure sheets are the best option. However, they can also be used on balconies, swimming pools, railings and jacuzzis.
In addition, suspended ceilings made of both acrylic plastic and polycarbonate can improve fire resistance in case of fire. This is an extremely important issue in rooms where there is an electrical installation, as the false ceiling can protect it, which is why it is also permitted for use in public buildings.
Ask for a quote for your suspended ceiling at Polimer Tecnic
After taking a look at all the types of suspended ceilings and their characteristics, if you are wondering which model is the most suitable in your case, the answer will depend on the needs of your office, premises or home.
In fact, the material is a very important issue to address, as depending on the one used, it will give the false ceiling certain characteristics: thermal and acoustic insulation, fireproof properties, anti-humidity, improved lighting system, etcetera. However, the way it is installed is also key, as there are different ways of doing this.
In any case, even knowing all these aspects, it is best to be advised by a professional to find the suspended ceiling that best suits the situation in question. For any queries about acrylic plastic and polycarbonate false ceilings, we have qualified technical staff who will provide you with the best personalised advice.
Suspended ceilings are the solution chosen by many professionals and individuals for their safety, adaptability and functionality. At Polimer Tecnic we are specialists in the development of systems and materials for architecture, construction and decoration, and you can count on our help.
Ask for a non-committal quote and our staff will come to your chosen space to assess your case and inform you in the best possible way.
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