Ceiling Tiles :

Ceiling tiles connect the taste of the historical and original architecture with the modernity. They are esteemed decorative elements produced with the maximum attention to the quality with the target to be suitable to rustic settings or modern spaces.
These are products with authentic beauty, normally placed on restoration of internal ceilings with facing and decorative vaults. Bhakti Tiles gives to the customers the possibility to select textures of the ideal ceiling tile.
Also it is possible for the customer to select between 2 different types of installation method: using the "dry fixing" method the final effect is more rustic , using " the "mortar fixing" method it is possible to put in relief the original beauty of the ceiling terracotta tile, with all its peculiarities that belong to the handicraft production.

  Ceiling Tiles - Powder Processed :

  Specification :

celing  Tiles
   Product Name            : Suspended Ceiling Tiles -(Installed                                        on the fabricated or wooden                                        support)
   Available Size             : 12 x 08 (Inches)
   Requirement Per Sft  : 1.44 Nos

By using a single purling ( support) you can fix both roof tile as well as ceiling tiles, which will give you aesthetically appealing functional roof. You can also different underlay sheets ( See Roofing Components For Details ) in between the roof tiles and ceiling tiles to make the roof 100% waterproof. You can choose either Rain Shield,Radiant Barrier or Veltision sheet to check the leakage for ever.

  Usages :

  1. Under The Mangalore Roof Tiles
  2. Under Concrete Roof Tiles
  3. Only Ceiling Tiles as a Designer False Ceiling

Clay Filler Slab Tiles and blocks

Filler slab roofs: An alternative roofing technology

Ceiling Bricks

  Ceiling Blocks :

Ceiling Blocks

Since the heat gain from the roof is the highest, if the filler slab could be done using hollow materials, we get multiple advantages – passive solar cooling where the voids reduce the heat transfer, lesser roof weight thanks to the hollowness, different looks when seen from the room below, reduced sound transmission between the floors thanks to the voids in between and reduction of steel consumption considering greater distance between them. Accordingly, nowadays a special block called hollow clay roof block, also called as maruthi block or filler block, has gained popularity. These are manufactured by clay brick and tile manufacturers, mainly in Kerala. Once the roof centering is complete, it is levelled by a layer of stabilised mud or very weak cement mortar. First the roof blocks are placed end to end as per the structural engineers design, placing them closely and compactly. The minor gaps in between are sealed with the same lean mortar to reduce curing water flowing down after the roof casting. These blocks come with specific spaces to run the steel rods, in both the directions as required by room spans. A layer of thin steel rods is placed on top, electric conduits are tied and the roof is concreted as usual.

The following points to be kept in mind for filler material selection:

  • Filler material should be inert in nature. It should not react with concrete or steel in RCC slab constructed.
  • Filler materials water absorption should be checked for as it will soak the hydration water from concrete.
  • Filler material should be of a size and cross-section, which can be accommodated within the spacing of the reinforcement and also thickness wise could be accommodated within the cross section of the slab.
  • Moreover the Filler slab also provides insulation (compared to a conventional RCC slab) from the hot climate outside the building, providing thermal comfort to the user.
  • Filler material texture should match with the desired ceiling finish requirements so as not to provide an ugly ceiling pattern.

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