ISOTEX ceiling panels are an ideal solution for quick and dust-free renovation of ceilings in dry rooms. The panels are covered with white decorative paper and require no further finishing. Depending on the style of the room, ceiling skirting boards of various profiles and sizes can be used.

Selection of ceiling panels

Quatro S - available with Nordic and Alaska covering

Installation of ceiling panels

Installation on the framework:

When constructing the wooden framework, you should use wooden rafters of 70-100 mm. Install the framework according to instructions on the package. Using staples, fix the panels to the framework observing that the distance between the staples does not exceed 100 mm. The length of staples should be 10–14 mm. Fix the outermost panel to the framework with nails, screws or adhesive, so that the moulding would cover them. The panels are always fixed along the framework of rafters. To achieve even better results, install the panels so that the gaps between the longer edges of the panels are in direction of light.

 

Installation with adhesive:

Apply stripes of adhesive to the back side of the panel, approximately 20 mm away from the edges, and apply dots of adhesive to the central area of the board, approximately one dot after every 200 mm. Press the panel to the ceiling so that it is slightly away from the previous panel and then slide it sideways to level the adhesive and fix the tongue into the groove. Where possible, you can also fix the panels with staples to provide additional support. Follow the instructions provided by the manufacturer of the adhesive. 

Isotex Quatro S installation of framework:

Isotex Quatro S panels are mounted on transversely to the rafters. Start with constructing of framework of wooden rafters with a size of 70-100 mm wide. Fix the rafters so that the distance between them (measured from the centre of each rafter) is 300 mm. Fix the panels on the frame using staples (the length of which should be 10–14 mm) and the distance between the staples is 300 mm. The outermost panel is to be fixed on the frame with nails, screws or adhesive so that the moulding installed later would cover them.