Directly mounted ceilings
Rigips ceiling panelling with a metal or wooden substructure attached directly to the slab is mainly used simply to provide a flat surface for easy painting/wallpapering and seal a room. We recommend this option primarily for the renovation of damaged slabs. Directly mounted ceilings allow large areas of joint-free panelling and are particularly well-suited for low-ceilinged rooms due to the minimal plenum depth of 0 to 12.5 cm.
This type of ceiling is installed without a substructure using so-called direct hangers to attach the panels to the slab. By reducing the height of the room and embedding insulating material, you can also have a positive effect on insulation.