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Best practice guide - selection and installation of top fixings for suspended ceilings

Publication Year
2015

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Green 
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Abstract

Provides guidance for the use of top fixings for the suspension of suspended ceilings, covering selection, installation, testing on site and contracting support administration.


Document History

Complemented by: Best Practice Guide Factsheet 2 Specification of top fixings for suspended ceilings (FIS, 2016) and Best Practice Guide Factsheet 4 Installation and testing of top fixings for suspended ceilings (FIS, 2016). Published in conjunction with the Construction Fixings Association. First published as: Best practice guide. Selection and installation of top fixings for suspended ceilings (AIS, 2012).


Publisher Information

Finishes and Interiors Sector

Aims to raise awareness and increase the influence of the finishes and interiors sector. Formed from the merger of the Association of Interior Specialists (AIS) and the Federation of Plastering and Drywall Contractors.

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Website: thefis.org
Email: info@thefis.org
Tel: 0121 707 0077

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