Step 1. Installation of the raster ceiling begins with determining its level using a laser level and drawing it on the walls. The distance from the suspended ceiling to the main ceiling must be at least 150 mm.
Step 2. A wall angle is attached around the perimeter. We mount on pins, the distance between the pins is 300-500 mm.
Step 3. The lines of the load-bearing profiles and the points of fixing the hangers are marked on the ceiling. The hangers are mounted on pegs previously embedded in the ceiling with a step of 800-1000 mm.
Hangers closest to the wall should be fixed at a distance not greater than 600 mm from the wall. The suspension consists of an expansion spring and two rods (with a hook and an eyelet) or a rod and a system hanger.
Step 4. Support profiles are attached to the hangers, which, when joined with perpendicular crossbars, form a grid - the structure of the raster ceiling.
We connect the load-bearing profiles with connectors.
Step 5. Collect the Upper profile and the Lower ceiling profile in a raster on a flat, clean surface.
The raster ceiling panels are mounted from the top to the prepared and properly leveled grid. The bottom profiles in the panel must be parallel to the supporting profile 2400 mm long.