CEIR open cell ceilings are an innovative blend of customization, elegance and modernity and they give you the ability to shape space the way you desire. Our solutions are available in a vast array of shapes and sizes, leaving the choice to you on how or where to style them.
CEIR's open cell ceilings are made of aluminium, a durable, smooth and 100% recyclable metal suitable for expressing a modern and sustainable design.
INSTALLATION AND PLENUM ACCESS
CEIR ceilings are very easy to install and remove. Compatible with industry standards for lighting, HVAC, loudspeakers and security services, they guarantee maximum accessibility to the plenum and great ease of intervention for maintenance crews.
CEIR open cell ceilings are produced in standard or custom dimensions. The latter solution reduces unnecessary waste, with material savings of up to 95%.
Classified as Euroclass A1 - non-flammable, CEIR ceilings are designed to absorb large amounts of smoke in the event of a fire, providing better visibility to emergency exits.
The Empty/Full Ratio finds in our products a wide range of solutions. In compliance with the regulations, depending on the models, on the cell sizes, CEIR open cell ceilings offer apertures from 30% up to 99%.
CEIR open cell ceilings are designed to interrupt sound waves thanks to an absorbent component placed above each panel.
The ultra-lightweight design of CEIR's open cell ceilings minimises dust deposits. In addition, the ceilings can be easily cleaned thanks to their easy installation and removal.
CEIR aluminium ceilings are not only conceived for interior design, they can be used in countless other applications: from transport to laser cutting, from air conditioning (railway and nautical, for example) to machine tools, screen printing and more.
Our products are available in a wide range of finishes: pre-painted or post-painted according to RAL, NCS, Pantone colours, anodised or in different shades - such as wood, marble, or any other at your request - with a high-quality print finish. It is also possible to microperforate the panels, in different patterns, to meet specific aesthetic and acoustic requirements.