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TYPES: STRUCTURES

FAMILY: EXPOSED STRUCTURE

RANGES: CROSSED C BEAM STRUCTURE

DESCRIPTION

The crossed C-beam structure is a bearing system made up of visible beams with C shape  with a width of 100 mm or 150 mm intersected at 90° by secondary beams having the same characteristics.

 

The crossed structure is created by assembling the primary and secondary beams by the use of longitudinal joints and right angled ones.

 

The main beams are then fixed to a slotted bar through a suspension bracket, attached to the ceiling with threaded bar and nut on a system that is practical, fast and safe at the same time.

 

Available in aluminum or pre-and post-painted steel, these beams are used to create Atena Crossing Brett special false ceilings, a line in which the structure plays a primary role.

 

Easy to install, safe and strong, Brett line has been conceived to meet specific design requirements, so it is available in different sizes and thicknesses and it can be combined to support both panels with drop and planar ones.

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