Technical Design Guide
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Contents Panelling for walls and ceilings Gustafs Panel System® 3 Gypsum cellulose fibre board 6 Euroclass Fire Test 7 Wood Nature and Gemini®, metal and painted 10 Special solutions 14 Acoustic panels 15 Capax profiles 22 Our working method 30 Environment 31 Maintenance 34 Gustafs Panel System Design Gustafs Panel System® offers many possibilities to create environments with the highest demands for design and appearance. Throughout time Scandinavian architects have used wood as their material of choice due to its inherent properties and not least its warmth and liveliness. A wall or...

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Swedish Parliament, Stockholm, Sweden. Veneer: Birch, perforated, SH8. Architect: White Arkitekter.

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When constructing a cladding panel there are many requirements that steer the choice of compnant materials. Among our first demands were; a strictly plane surface, dimensional stability, fire retardation and acoustic characteristics. These demands effectively eliminate most traditional wood-based choices. However, a panel constructed of highly compressed gypsum and cellulose fibre incorporates the properties needed to meet fire prevention demands and offers good acoustic characteristics while at the same time offers us wood’s versatility and aesthetic charm. The resultant panel is less...

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Sheremetyevo Airport, Moscow, Russia. Veneer: Gemini Cherry. Application: Ceiling. House of Sweden, Washington, United States. Veneer: Maple, special perforation in ceiling. Architect: Gert Wingårdh Arkitektbyrå AB

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10 11 Birch, Beech, Oak or Ash. Every wood species has its own color and grain. The skilful use of the trees innate character creates veneers that are entirely unique in structure and color tone. As wood matures color tones vary. So too with veneers. Differences in colour and character are inherent to wood´s attraction. However, certain interiors aspire to create a stable and uniform impression which some natural veneers cannot provide over wide areas. Gemini® veneer with its subtle variation of patterns and colors can provide these qualities without compromising a natural impression....

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12 13 Wroclaw University, Poland. Ceiling and wall installations. Veneer: Birch, perforated, PH5 and SH8.

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14 15 Design and good acoustics Whether your project is an airport terminal, auditorium, conference centre or lobby space, designers must consider the acoustic environment they create. Certain sounds need to be directionally steered and others reduced or eliminated. Designers are therefore recommended to consult with an acoustician in order to achieve the required results. Gustafs Panel System® can help in this process to create an aesthetically satisfying and acoustically adjusted environment. Sound absorption for example, is attained by using perforated or slotted panels in combination...

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16 17 > 85 mm 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 > 252,5 mm A B C D Ø E A B C Ø E Acoustic patterns A = 20 mm, *B = 30 mm, **C = 30 mm, E = 20 mm, Ø = 5 mm. Absorption class D. Open area 5%. A = 20 mm, *B = 30 mm, **C = 30 mm, E = 20 mm, Ø = 8 mm. Absorption class D. Open area 12%. A = 20 mm, *B = 30 mm, **C = 30 mm, E = 20 mm, Ø = 10 mm. Absorption class C. Open area 18%. Ceiling 1 Panel 2 Acoustic felt 3 Mineral wool 4 Air gap 30 mm Wall 1 Panel 2 Acoustic felt 3 Mineral wool 4 Air gap 200 mm 30 mm air gap wall 200 mm air gap ceiling Absorption coefficient according to SS-EN 20354 (ISO 354) and evaluation...

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18 19 A B C D Ø E A B C Ø E A = 20 mm, *B = 30 mm, **C = 30 mm, D = 40 mm, E = 30 mm, Ø = 8 mm. Absorption class C. Open area 26%. A = 20 mm, *B = 30 mm, **C = 30 mm, D = 40 mm, E = 30 mm, Ø = 5 mm. Absorption class C. Open area 15%. A = 20 mm, *B = 30 mm, **C = 30 mm, D = 20 mm, E = 20 mm, Ø = 8 mm. Absorption class B. Open area 26%. A = 20 mm, *B = 30 mm, **C = 30 mm, D = 20 mm, E = 20 mm, Ø = 5 mm. Absorption class C. Open area 15%. A = 20 mm, *B = 30 mm, **C = 30 mm, D = 55 mm, E = 30 mm, Ø = 5 mm. Module measurement 200 x 200 mm. Absorption class D. Open area 12%. A = 20 mm, *B = 30...

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20 21 University of Technology, Gdansk, Poland. Veneer: Gemini Sandy Maple, SH5 and plain. Application: Ceiling and wall.

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22 23 3206 3217 A 3203 3201 3205 3204 3218 A 3219 A 3200 3207 3208 3202 och 3212 A 3209 3251 A 3216 A 3220 Capax is the name of our unique installation system of aluminium profiles for walls and ceilings. The profiles are strong and their torsional rigidity insures the utmost lineal accuracy. The range of Capax profiles accommodates both aesthetic and functional demands. There are a variety of joints and connections to choose from. Special profile types disguise cut edges and allow for panel cutting on site. Thus, panels can be ordered in standard sizes and then adjusted on site to meet the...

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24 25 AV G GP HP GS HPX RV GF 600 600 80 600 600 80 600 600 80 600 600 80 >17 >29 >22 1 2 3 1 2 3 4 1 2 4 5 3 1 2 4 5 3 Massivt trä eller fanerad MDF 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 G G 3204 3201 3208 3217 3201 3200 3207 3200 3251 A 3202 3200 3220 3206 3202 3205 3218 3202 3202 3219 3201 3202 3202 3209 3205 3203 3203 3218 G G GF G G 35 x 35 mm G G G G G GP GP GP GS GS G G G G RV GP GP G HP GP HPX HP HP HP HPX G G HP (AV) (AV) (AV) (AV) (AV) (AV) (AV) (AV) (AV) (AV) (AV) (AV) 13 mm 10 mm 2 mm 10 mm 5 mm 5 mm 2 mm 10 mm 15 mm A-list Niveau Wall...

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26 27 300 mm 3120 mm 24 mm 310 0 mm DA DG <150 mm AV <100 mm R K DA DA 25 mm 20 mm G DG Demonterbar panel Capax ceiling installation Gustafs’ new installation system for suspended ceilings constitutes a considerable improvement to previous installation solutions. The most important characteristic of the system is that it is properly dimensioned to accommodate the weight of Gustafs Panels. The construction is torsionally rigid and self-bearing, lacking the need to fix onto adjacent walls. The system offers full panel demountability and thereby access to overlying technical installations...

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