False Ceilings are a type of an artificial ceiling created as a lowered extension of the existing ceiling. Also known as dropped ceiling, T-bar ceiling, suspended ceiling or grid ceiling, this type was first used only in commercial constructions.
The gap between the actual ceiling and false ceiling was used to install lighting and air-conditioning vents. But with time and design development, this type of ceiling has now become a part of households, too. Commonly used in newly constructed homes, false ceilings are a way of adding sophistication to the indoors.
Ceilings are one of the important elements of an interior space as they offer the maximum unobstructed view of working spaces. As a result, the ceiling is an important element of open plan office layout and defines its aesthetics. Since a ceiling has a large surface area, it plays an important role in the acoustic and thermal comfort of a space.
Gypsum Plastering is a modern day solution to time consuming
and ecologically straining process of Sand Cement plaster.
Further it saves on POP punning cost which is generally
applied on Sand Cement plaster.
Gypsum plasters have been used for centuries in the construction space,
owing to its excellent and unique properties.
It provides excellent thermal and acoustic properties
while providing undulation free line and leveled walls with superior finish.
Gypsum plaster, white cementing material made by partial or complete dehydration
of the mineral gypsum, commonly with special retarders or hardeners added.
Applied in a plastic state (with water), it sets and
hardens by chemical recombination of the gypsum with water.
Gypsum is a soft sulfate mineral composed of Calcium sulfate dehydrate.
It is widely used as a fertilized,
in mould, in sculptures and as plaster material. Gypsum is a chalk like material and
is very light in weight. It is available in crystalline form in nature.