R&M Ceiling Systems - 16 Pages

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R&M Ceiling Systems R&M offers three different types of ceiling systems. The first one is designed with an adjustment hook for assembly on board, whereas the second system is based on wall panel construction and its typical tongue-groove principle. In contrast, the third system features panels which are screwed to each other. All in all, the systems are impressive due to their robust design and easy assembly. Though each system uses standard widths, they can be manufactured and supplied in deviating dimensions so that cutting, if at all, is only required in inclined areas. However, during planning this work can be avoided with an ideal cut-up.

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Outer layer Current fire classification Sound reduction With additional insulation layer With overlying steel deck As an alternative to steel, our products are also available in stainless steel and the ED20K additionally in aluminum. In order to guarantee our customers maximum safety, all our products are tested in accordance with international guidelines. Certification forms an important part of our quality management system. Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions on current certificates or, alternatively, visit our website at www.shiptec.info.

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Ceiling system – ED35A Similar to image Ceiling system – ED35A Similar to image The ED35A ceiling system consists of a sheet metal half-tray filled with mineral wool. This design features low weight and a solid and stabilizing substructure. The prefabricated border profiles of the wall system provide additional strength without the need for top profiles. In larger rooms, the panels can be installed with center profiles. After the substructure is mounted, the panels are laid into it and screwed by using retention hooks. With the exception of the two screws needed to attach the final panel, no screwed...

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Ceiling Systems Technical data Stainless steel Stainless steel Fire classification Sound reduction according to DIN EN ISO 140-3 Element width Element length Mass per area – panel Mass per length – border profiles Density of insulation material – additional layer varnish coated varnish coated (others on request) Certification 1 With overlying steel deck Density of insulation material

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The ED35P ceiling system consists of a sheet metal half-tray filled with a sound-absorbing material. This ceiling has the same design as the ED35A system except for the fact that it is perforated and is mainly intended for use in such rooms as the engine control room. This design features low weight. The prefabricated border profiles of the wall system provide additional strength without the need for top profiles. This means that the ceiling system can be installed without consideration of the wall height. In larger rooms, the panels can be installed with center profiles. After the substructure...

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Ceiling Systems Ceiling system – ED35P Technical data Steel or Stainless steel Fire classification Sound reduction according to DIN EN ISO 140-3 Element width Element length Mass per area – panel Mass per length – border profiles Density of insulation material PVC foil (others on request) varnish coated

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Ceiling system – SD35A Similar to image The SD35A ceiling system is a sandwich construction made of sheet metal and mineral wool. This design features a high load-bearing capacity. The prefabricated border profiles provide additional strength to the wall system without the need for top profiles. The ceiling can be installed without consideration of the wall height. After the substructure is mounted, the panels are screwed onto the ceiling using retention hooks. Assembly can be completed from the lower side of a specially designed final panel. With the exception of the two screws needed to attached...

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Cross Section Clamping profile Ceiling panel Start border profile Longitudinal Section

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Ceiling system – SD25W Similar to image The SD25W ceiling system is a sandwich construction that is especially applicable if only limited space is available for the assembly. With a mass of 17.7 kg/m² and a B-0 fire rating, the SD25W ceiling panel combines all characteristics of a modern ceiling panel system. The connection of the panels is based on the tongue and groove principle. The connection to the surrounding walls is achieved by assembling prefabricated border profiles that are fastened to the walls. A large variety of surface finishes are available; all of them have a removable protective...

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Cross Section Tongue Panel Tongue Start border profile Longitudinal Section

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Ceiling system – SD30NFW Similar to image The SD30NFW ceiling system is a sandwich construction that is especially applicable for prefabricated cabins and is based on the wall panel system design with a integrated tongue for the panel assembly. With an additional insulation layer on top of the panels, the SD30NFW ceiling achieves a B-15 fire classification and a mass of 17.7 kg/m². The prefabricated border profiles that are fastened to the surrounding walls provide additional strength without the need for top profiles at these walls. The adjacent ceiling panels are screwed to each other on the...

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Cross Section Ceiling panel Ceiling panel Ceiling panel Start border profile Longitudinal Section Border profile Center profile Border profile Ceiling system - SD30NFW (double-layer panel) Technical data steel Stainless steel ' With overlying steel deck

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Ceiling system – SD50W Similar to image The SD50W ceiling system is based on the SW50 wall design. With a fire classification of B-15 and a sound reduction index of Rw = 30 dB, the high-strength sandwich construction meets all the demands made of modern ship ceiling systems. The panels are assembled using the tongue and groove principle. If access to the area above the ceiling is required, the panels can be additionally fitted with a ceiling hatch. The ceiling panels are supported by a sturdy border profile, which is screwed to the adjacent wall. A ceiling substructure is thus not required. In...

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