Load Bearing Ceilings are steel 'Unistrut' type channels that are suspended from the ceiling in order to carry moving medical equipment without interfering with other essential services.
The heavy duty steel channels allow sensitive medical equipment to be moved smoothly and accurately along the load bearing ceiling, ensuring the precision of the procedures being carried out.
EEP has designed the Load Bearing Ceilings to cope with very high static and dynamic loads, with minimal deflection or movement.
EEP designs, supplies and installs the Load Bearing Ceilings and co-ordinates with the main contractor, while assessing the building design to ensure that the installation does not interfere with other essential mechanical and electrical services.
Applications for the Load Bearing Ceiling include mounting for X-ray scanners, fluoroscopy units and other ceiling mounted medical equipment.