Implementation of a room ceiling with the Keku® room system
Just like wall and partition wall claddings, the Keku® room system can also be used to construct suspended ceilings for example, with cassette elements. The room system offers a variety of mounting and suspension options to meet a wide range of requirements and structural conditions. Cross braces can be fitted between the profiles to facilitate installation between the ceiling elements.
In order to bridge the gap in ceiling areas where suspension options are not feasible, supporting elements can be used. The supporting elements are screwed together with threaded rods. The joints can be fitted with aluminium or wooden joint profiles.
Keku® EHS and Keku® EH fittings equipped with a lip are provided for attaching the ceiling panels. Narrow edge panels, which are slid on with Keku® ASR, must also be additionally secured with wire suspensions. Using the Keku® system for ceiling structures clearly requires meticulous, skilful handling.
• High degree of pre-fabrication
• Exact joint arrangement
• System accessories for efficient processing