Ceilings are an important component of the room environment envelope. They represent a containment lid on the room environment, they can insure a sealed environment or they can offer an opportunity for more freedom of access to the interstitial space if needed. LSP offers three basic ceiling options that can be incorporated into the facility to satisfy a specific need.
Resin coated “Hard Lid” ceilings constructed from drywall or poured concrete are used as the continuation of the coated dry wall or block walls. Resin coatings function to create an equally cleanable and durable surface that provides function and aesthetics. These options are generally selected for more conventional use facilities.
GridLock Bio/CR “Hard Lid” ceilings are created using the GridLock Bio/CR fiberglass construction panels to provide special features designated for their particular purpose such as sealed containment of both exposed contaminants and/or sustainability from other expected abuse. These systems are primarily used in very wet abuse areas, BSL-3 and BSL-4 facilities.
Fiberglass suspended ceilings are used where drywall will likely fail and a BSL-3 or BSL-4 facility is NOT needed. The suspended fiberglass ceiling will not rust, is chemically resistant and allows virtually unlimited access to the interstitial space for maintenance and future equipment additional. The ceiling panels can be locked in place and withstand pressure washing and cleaning.
For facilities that cannot use suspended ceilings but need something more durable than gyp board. They are ideal for BSL-3 and BSL-4 applications. They can be mounted directly to stud and eliminate any potential water damage.More Information »
A fiberglass composite construction ceiling that meets ICBO requirements and ASTM E 84 Class A requirements for Flame Spread and Smoke Developed.More Information »
SeamTek™ coatings systems have proven to be among the most durable coatings in the industry.More Information »