Spigotec

Spigogroup

Spigotec, wood false ceilings, wooden ceilings and wall coverings, is specially designed for enclosed spaces in which aesthetics and acoustic conditioning are earmarked as their best attributes.


The wood has a place of honour between warm materials which are used to cover ceilings and walls. The

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Specifications

General

Product Name
Spigotec
Manufacturer
Spigogroup
Manufactured
Spain

Product Type

Ceilings
Suspended ceilings

Product Specs

Material
Wood
Configuration
Panel ceiling
Technical characteristics
Acoustic
Fire retardant

Spigotec, wood false ceilings, wooden ceilings and wall coverings, is specially designed for enclosed spaces in which aesthetics and acoustic conditioning are earmarked as their best attributes.


The wood has a place of honour between warm materials which are used to cover ceilings and walls. The warmth of this material becomes in optimum to big spaces, where a large number of people is gathered. In this way, it manages to exploit wood up to its most technical capacity, in places including public venues, offices, theatres, auditoriums, hospitals, among others.


Thanks to different finishes and perforations possibilities in the panels, Spigogroup is capable to offer a wide and varied range of high quality models.


Acoustic Absorption Damp-proof Varied look Easy cleaning Impact-resistant Range of different finishes Fire-resistant Able to be dismantled

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