The ceilings are constructed with reinforced PVC coated vinyl material, which has a frosted clear finish. This material allows light to pass through the ceiling cover, while also maintaining a good amount of strength. It has a partially transparent appearance. We recommend the reinforced clear material for its durability, which is thanks to its polyester scrim. Additionally, this material is easier to clean, ensuring hassle-free maintenance.
Each ceiling cover is supported by a grid system. The size of the overall grid itself and its inner supports are determined based on the weight of the curtain and the layout of the building structure that it will hang from.
The outer edges of the ceiling grid are always made up of track, no matter if your curtain is retractable or stationary. This is because the piece that ties the inner grid support to the grid perimeter fits perfectly around the track profile. This piece was custom designed by AmCraft for this specific purpose.
This image displays a 20′ x 20′ enclosure featuring a ceiling grid, ceiling cover, and retractable side curtains. In this particular case, since the ceiling grid needed to be suspended for more than 6 feet, the customer opted to utilize slotted angles for suspension.
To enhance the enclosure’s stability, as depicted in the picture, the suspension slotted angles are interconnected and, in certain areas, braced against the ceiling structure