GYPTONE LINE 4 PDF

The tiles are available with four different types of edges and are suitable for both concealed and exposed grids. The board has a durable, decorative and easy-to-maintain surface. These files do not contain any sensitive information. The construction height specifies the distance between the undersides of the suspended ceiling and the existing construction. Gyptone Line 4 has rectangular holes.

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By continuing to browse our site, you agree to the use of cookies. Please try again later. Gyptone Tile Line 4 with edge B is a perforated plasterboard with rectangular perforation that, together with acoustic backing tissue, provides good acoustic properties.

All measurements were carried out on standard tiles with acoustic tissue laminated on the back. The board has a durable, decorative and easy-to-maintain surface. The construction height specifies the distance between the undersides of the suspended ceiling and the existing construction. Gyptone Tile Line 4 — edge E15 Gyptone Line 4 with edge E15 is a perforated plasterboard with rectangular perforation that, together with acoustic backing tissue, provides good acoustic properties.

Gyptone Tile Line 4 — edge A — x mm Gyptone Line 4 with edge A is a perforated plasterboard with rectangular perforation that, together with acoustic backing tissue, provides good acoustic properties. Gyptone Tile Line 4 with edge B is used in combination with wooden battens, or the Gyproc GK system, for acoustic ceilings with concealed grids. Global sales Marketing Director: The tiles are available with four different types of edges and are suitable for both concealed and exposed grids.

Gyptone Line 4 has rectangular holes. Gyptone Tile Line 4 — edge D2 Gyptone Line 4 with edge D2 is a perforated plasterboard with rectangular perforation that, together with acoustic backing tissue, provides good acoustic properties. Gyptone Tile Line 4 — edge A Global sales Marketing Director: All measurements were carried out on standard tiles with acoustic tissue laminated on the back.

We use cookies in order to improve site performance, offer you a guptone browsing experience and lkne you to easily share content. Cookies are pieces of information stored on your computer in simple text files which our server can read and record. Demountable tile with line perforation Gyptone Tile Line 4 — edge D2 Gyptone Yyptone 4 with edge D2 is a perforated plasterboard with rectangular perforation that, together with acoustic backing tissue, provides good acoustic properties.

We use cookies in order to improve site performance, offer you a better browsing experience and enable you to easily share content. Cookies are pieces of information stored gypton your computer in simple text files which our server can read and record. Demountable tile with line perforation Gyptone Tile Line 4 — edge E15 Gyptone Line 4 with edge E15 is a perforated plasterboard with rectangular perforation that, together with acoustic backing tissue, provides good acoustic properties.

Find out more and change your cookies parameters by clicking here. It is a flexible system which lihe quick and easy to install. Installation manuals Installation manual Gyptone Edge A This manual describes installation of grid system and Gyptone edge A ceiling tiles.

The construction height gyptoen the distance between the undersides of the suspended ceiling and the existing construction. Jesper Friis Pedersen E-mail: The tiles are available with four different types of edges and are suitable for both concealed and exposed grids.

Gyptone Line 4 with edge D2 is used in a T24 grid system, Cross-Lock Unipro, for demountable acoustic ceilings with a concealed grid. TOP 10 Related.

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