Knauf AMF Ceilings Ltd is a leading European manufacturer of innovative suspended ceiling systems offering a wide range of high performance solutions.
Knauf AMF Ceilings Ltd
6 Church Street
CPD booking contact
Mr Bathiya Karunaratne
Tel: +44 (0)20 8892 3216
Approved CPD materials
Suspended Ceilings: Building Acoustics and Applications
This flexible CPD seminar is divided into two parts, the first part covers general acoustic theory including sound absorption, attenuation and reverberation times. The second part covers the specific issues involved in the acoustics of various environments including the relevant legislation and standards; this allows us to spend more time on the areas that are of interest to your practice and to skip the irrelevant areas. The optional areas covered are:
The entire seminar is usually held over a lunchtime and should take 60 minutes including questions.
Suspended Ceilings: Inspiration, Performance and Design
This seminar provides an explanation of the main functions of the suspended ceiling with reference to technical theory, practical applications and performance requirements. Architects will be given details of legal requirements, performance needs and aesthetic options allowing them to make an informed choice of product.
Knauf AMF Ceilings Factory Tour
Type: Factory Visit
A visit to and tour of the factory in Germany to see methods and production of ceiling tiles.
By the end of the tour, participants will be able to:
- Create better acoustic environments within their designs, utilising the acoustic knowledge gained.
- Have a better understanding of how to provide fire protection using a suspended ceiling and the current UK fire legislation.
- Specify specific projects with knowledge of the latest developments and possibilities and understand the limitations involved.
- Understand the environmental issues concerned with suspended ceilings.
- Realise the possibilities with aesthetics and have the inspiration to create new ideas.
This tour is generally by invitation only, although applications from interested architects will be considered.