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“GRG” requires only “shape” and repetition to make it an appropriate material for an intended use. Shape enhances and lends it strength repetition will allow any custom mold costs to be most economically used, amortizing the “fixed”, initial investment over a greater number of pieces. However, many very custom projects are done with only a few pieces and many “stock” molds are available for common shapes such as straight round cylindrical or “Classical” style column covers, ceiling domes, light coves, etc. Large, flat areas are usually most economically done in drywall, but designs for extensive, complex ceiling systems have been successfully completed. Historic replication of ornate, carved moldings are possible as are simple recessed fixture wells. “GRG” is non-toxic and incombustible with “0” Fire, Fuel and Smoke ratings, allowing it’s use anywhere in interior construction. “GRG” weighs 1.5 to 2 lbs (908gr). per square foot and it’s design factors are similar to drywall. Installation and finishing techniques are similar to those required for drywall construction. Details are kept simple and efficient with attachment and/or hanging points clearly noted on the job specific shop drawings. Standard drywall fasteners are countersunk into the piece to light gauge framing or blocking. Parts are adhered together with construction adhesive. Monolithic (seamless) appearances are achieved by embedding fiberglass mesh tape into commercial joint compound at the tape/bed recess cast both sides of the seam, then sanding to the piece profile.
Suspended ceilings (sometimes referred to as dropped ceilings or false ceilings) are secondary ceilings suspended from the structural floor slab above, creating a void between the underside of the floor slab and the top of the suspended ceiling. As well as concealing underside of the floor slab, this void can provide a useful space for the distribution of heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) services and plumbing and wiring services, as well as providing a platform for the installation of speakers, light fittings, wireless antenna, cctv, fire and smoke detectors, motion detectors, sprinklers and so on. The void can also be used as an air ‘plenum’, in which the void itself forms a pressurised ‘duct’ to supply air or extract it from the occupied space below. Suspended ceilings can allow easy access to services by the removal of tiles, or through access panels and can allow flexibility of layout of spaces below. However, they do result in some loss of headroom.
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