1) poor bearing
2) moderate load
3) extremely powerful
4) extremely heavy load
5) heavy load
Most common wall/drywall is strong enough to support the hanging of most household items such as paintings, photos, and thin-screen televisions with thin screens, etc. Other heavy items, such as kitchen cabinets, air conditioners, and bookshelves, must be planned ahead of time so that construction workers have adequate reinforcement details inside.
1. Assemble the metal frame
2. Place the electrical and water systems through the holes in the frame.
3. Place the panels on both sides of the frame and you're finished.
Dismantling, relocating, and installing more is also simple, with minimal dust and noise.
Even if a fire breaks out, gypsum is non-combustible and does not emit toxic gases like plastic sheets, sponges, and other synthetic materials.
1) drop ceilings, also known as floating ceilings, are ceiling types that are assembled from finished products and do not crack when subjected to high vibrations. They are simple to build, with easy maintenance and repair of the electrical and water systems above. Corrugated iron factories, offices, apartment corridors, schools, and factories frequently use this type of ceiling.
2) concealed ceilings are a type of ceiling with a high aesthetic value that can be used to create a variety of ceilings. These ceilings provide various texture patterns suitable for stylized, formal, traditional, or contemporary design and are popular for decorating larger halls, living rooms, and bedrooms, among other places. Additional surface finishing steps, such as painting or pasting paper, are required for concealed ceilings. As a result, homeowners can select the best option for their needs.
1) peeling paper
2) sagging panels
1) mold, yellow spots due to water damages.
3) cracked plaster joints.