Corridors are the communication links of the healthcare building for both people and technical installations. Having to close a corridor for maintenance will interfere with the treatment of patients and hinder staff mobility. Fast and easy access to technical installations will help save time and money.
The corridor often is an important area in the work place, hosting a lot of activities.To prevent noise from travelling in a corridor, the sound absorbing properties of the ceiling must be studied. The acoustics of the space should reflect that it is often used as a place for communication.
It is often very difficult to verify the reverberation time of a corridor shaped room. An acoustic ceiling in a corridor is generaly used to prevent the propagation of sound in the corridor. Reverberation times are often used purely as a means to give input to the calculation of the amount of sound absorption needed in the space.
offers full access to the ceiling void. Each ceiling section can be demounted or hung on a leaver, giving full length access to the installations above.