Offering greater flexibility and enhanced aesthetics, the Tubeline is a design-led linear ceiling system which has been developed for applications such as smoke extraction, thermal cooling and chilled beam integration.
Tubeline provides specifiers with a flexible and highly visual treatment to functional applications.
The product is available in both steel and aluminium and offers a range of finishes.
The linear ceiling system has streamlined its components to reduce its weight, making the installation process 15% faster.
Tubeline can be used for a variety of applications, including; waveform, curves, vertical and horizontal fixing.
Ideally suited to the interior demands of transport and retail facilities, the system offers an alternative to open cell ceilings that accommodate smoke extraction.
The system is designed to support a various applications including exposed soffits, bulkheads, solar shading and lighting integration – and has an integrated access hatch application as standard.
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