Self-supporting Membrane Ceilings

These are normally non loadbearing and, depending on the type of construction, are used to provide protection from fire attack from below and/or above. Ceiling panels are fixed into a steel or timber framing system spanning and supported between two walls.

Self-supporting membrane ceilings should normally be tested or assessed in accordance with AS 1530: Part 4 to satisfy the failure criteria of integrity and insulation.

These ceiling systems allow for the protection to or from services contained within the ceiling void.

Further Information


  • Up to 4hr systems available
  • Single layer applications for 2hrs
  • Systems for fire from above and below
  • Lightweight and thin
  • Standard off the shelf framing


FRL -/60/60 FRL -/120/120 FRL -/240/240
PROMATECT® 100 Self-supporting Membrane Ceilings X X X

Note: FRL * /* /* (Fire Resistance Limit – *Structural Adequacy / *Integrity / *Insulation)

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