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Studco Concealed Grid Ceiling System
Description

The Studco Concealed Ceiling System is engineered to provide designers and installers with a flexible and secure system for a building board flush finish. Components are manufactured from galvanised steel, designed for safe handling, and easily clipped together to form gridwork where building boards can be simply fixed. 

Components such as battens, furring channels, and top cross rail allow for a range of loading options and ceiling spans. The Furring channel track reduces the need for suspended fixing at each end of the ceiling. For curved ceilings, top cross rail can be easily curved in either direction to various radii.

Key Features
  • Components are manufactured from galvanized steel
  • Easily clip together to form grid for attaching plasterboard ceilings
  • Components such as battens, furing channels and top cross rials allow for a range of loading options and ceiling spans
  • Can be used in fire rated and non fire rated applications
  • Designed to meet the relevant New Zealand standards
Scope of Use
  • Clip together to form grid for attaching plasterboard ceilings
  • Allow for a range of loading options and ceiling spans
  • Can be used in fire rated and non fire rated applications
Statement of Building Code Compliance
  • Can be used in fire rated and non fire rated applications
  • Designed to meet the relevant New Zealand standards
Documents
Design Manual
Design Manual: Concealed Ceilings
Data Sheet

New Zealand's largest marketer and distributor of ceilings and interior wall systems, thermal and acoustic insulation, and passive fire protection products.

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