One of the important elements of Maz3D stretch ceilings is the types of lighting used in it. The lighting used in stretch ceilings, depending on the type, can have a great impact on the facade of the ceiling, and can also be according to The color used in the lighting will make the stretch ceiling look different. In this article, we will discuss the common types of lighting used in stretch ceilings.
Chandeliers and chandeliers are traditional and classic lighting. White and yellow lamps are commonly used in this types of lighting. The process of installing and implementing this lighting on a stretch ceiling is very simple. All you have to do is connect the chandelier or chandelier to the main ceiling and create only some space to pass the top of the chandelier or chandelier on the stretch ceiling. This lighting is suitable for lacquered ceilings (glossy or mirrored) due to light reflection.
One of the most popular types of lighting applications for false ceilings is halogen lighting. Halogen lamp is a type of incandescent lamp and is available in two colors, white and yellow. How to install a halogen lamp with a chandelier is a little different. To install this lighting on a stretch ceiling, we need to connect a holder called a bracket to the main ceiling, then place the halogen lamp on the platform (lamp holder) and then the platform on Place it on the bracket and, as much as the platform, create and cut a space on the stretch ceiling and level the platform with the stretch ceiling.
Fiber optic lighting
Fiber optic lighting is one of the most attractive and stylish lighting for stretch ceilings. This lighting consists of two parts: fiber optic cable and Susu Zan power supply. So that the power supply is connected to the main ceiling behind the stretch ceiling and the handle of the fiber optic cable is placed in it and then the fiber optic cables are spread evenly over the entire surface of the stretch ceiling, this power supply produces light and this The light reaches the end of the fiber optic and illuminates the surface of the stretch ceiling.