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SAS International launches Double Hook System for its Panels and Rafts

SAS International has introduced a new Double Hook System for its System 205 and 600 ranges. The ceiling panels and rafts from these ranges are now demountable from either side meaning this small, but significant, alteration will lead to greater speed of installation and ease of access for essential maintenance.

System 205 is specifically for use in corridors. With the new Double Hook System a minimum gap between the panel and wall of 15mm can be achieved. This modification also ensures greater panel alignment for a flush finish.

Total access to the ceiling void and services is provided with the ceiling tiles ability to pivot down either side to enable free access for ongoing maintenance. The practicality of the Double Hook System makes it suitable for environments where regular corridor service access is required, such as hospitals.

This Double Hook adaptation to the System 600 acoustic lighting rafts or modules provides additional access flexibility for an already versatile product.

SAS International is widely known as one of the world’s leading manufacturers of interior building solutions. As the company expands both in the UK and international markets, it is the defined objective of SAS International to deliver market leading, innovative, high quality, UK manufactured and interior building solutions to clients in the UK and Overseas.

For further information visit www.sasint.co.uk

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