SAS 330 Metal Pan Ceiling
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SAS 330 Metal Pan Ceiling
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SAS 330

Metal pan ceiling system SAS 330 forms part of SAS International’s premium offering with a host of value-added design elements.  A profile suspended ceiling, the system is available in a one or two-way grid form, suitable for any building module.  Ceiling tiles can be of any shape, in up to 3m lengths and available in a variety of finishes.

The design flexibility of SAS330 allows for complete void access and total service integration. Signage and partitioning can be seamlessly integrated via the M6 threaded Omega C-Profile. Alternatively, we offer a flush, plain C-Profile for a clean, purist aesthetic. Either profile has the option of a gasket to aid precision, uniform installation.

SAS 330 is a suspended metal pan ceiling system with lay-in tiles and profile proprietary grid.

  • Unprecedented range of metal pan tile sizes to suit any building module
  • Flexible layouts for relocation of partitions (Omega C-Profile)
  • Optional hinge down mechanisms
  • Profile proprietary grid (SAS C-Profile, SAS Narrow C-Profile, or SAS Omega C-Profile suspension method)
  • One (SAS330L) and two-Wwy (SAS330T) grid options
  • Continuous lighting and return air C-Profile integration
  • Optional Radiant Chilled Ceiling solution (SAS330C)
  • Suitable for corridor applications
  • Minimum 25 year product life expectancy

Standard Tile Shape

  • Square
  • Rectangle

Perforation

  • SAS 330 tiles can be supplied with any standard SAS perforation pattern.

Standard Finish

  • Coating – Polyester powder coat
  • Colour – RAL 9010 (Pure White)
  • Available in all RAL Colours

Acoustic Treatment

  • Acoustic pad as standard (16mm deep, 80Kg density mineral fibre pad with black tissue face, foil back and sides).
  • Other acoustic treatments are available, depending on project requirement. Please contact our technical department for more information.

System Weight

  • One-way grid – typically no greater than 14 Kg/m2
  • Two-way grid – typically no greater than 15 Kg/m2
Application
  • Suspended Metal Ceilings