Metal ceilings are used in a multitude of applications due to their many advantages.

One of the main applications of metal ceilings is offices, especially in combination with heating and cooling technology. Factors such as ease of maintenance, which requires an accessible ceiling void and a simple or extravagant appearance according to the clients wish, also play a key role.

Thanks to their wide range of possible applications, metal ceilings can also be well suited to demanding situations. An example is the installation in airports or train stations where the function and extraordinary design of metal ceilings come together. In such buildings, metal ceilings are often also exposed to the environmental impact of external air. Specialised metal ceiling constructions can be adapted for these scenarios. In such instances the high requirements for wind pressure, wind loading and corrosion need to be considered during planning.

Metal ceilings are also a great contribution to lecture theatres and cinemas. In this situation their acoustic properties are of the utmost importance and calculation of noise levels need to be considered during the design stage to ensure an optimised listening environment. 

Sports halls and swimming pools can also benefit from metal ceilings. In these applications it is important to ensure that the metal ceilings are adequately protected, be it from a corrosive environment or impact damage, such as ball contact. Metal ceilings have continuously developed with coating techniques and methods of construction to cope with this increased demand.

Another field where metal ceilings can be used for high protection requirements is the hygiene sector. The food industry, sanitary applications, hospitals and laboratories can benefit from metal ceilings with anti-bacterial finishes which are easy to clean, can withstand disinfectants and prevent the spread of bacteria. Clean room ceilings are also possible, with increased requirements.