AMF Suspended Ceilings – Engineering Brilliance
AMF ceiling systems and JCS
When it comes to precision, innovation and build quality, you’d always trust a German company to deliver. Which is why so many of the suspended ceilings we supply are AMF ceilings.
AMF suspended ceilings – engineering brilliance
Knauf AMF does things others haven’t even dreamed of. Take its Thermatex suspended ceiling tiles. Thanks to a specially developed coating, recessed edges are hardened, so they look better for longer.
Or how about Sonic Sky? It’s the perfect antidote to hard, reflective building materials like glass, steel and concrete. The innovative raft system creates an acoustic environment that’s a pleasure to live and work in.
And then there’s the clever SF-Shadow joint, the suspended ceiling that needs minimal void space above it, because you install ceiling tiles only from below. So now every space can benefit from the acoustic, safety and design advantages of a suspended ceiling – even if the ceiling’s a low one.
AMF: suspending ceilings since 1963
What began in Germany has now spread across the globe. AMF has factories and offices in 30 countries and supplies to 80 – so when you choose AMF suspended ceiling tiles and systems, you know you’re choosing a suspended ceiling of international renown.
Find every AMF ceiling product with JCS
We’ve been stocking and installing AMF suspended ceilings for as long as we’ve been around. The reasons to choose AMF are the same as they ever were: unrivalled quality and attention to detail. The reasons to choose them from JCS are the same as they ever were too: because no one knows suspended ceilings like the Judge. For a better price on your AMF suspended ceiling (especially if you’re in the trade) call us on 08452 600 884.
Ask us about the following AMF suspended ceiling products:
Mineral suspended ceilings:
Thermatex dB Acoustic
Thermatex Fine Fresko-Saturn
Thermatex Fine Stratos
Thermatex Fine Stratos Macro
Thermatex Laguna Micro
Thermatex SF Acoustic Shadow Joint
Ceiling grid systems:
Concealed grid system
Exposed grid system
Free span system