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ARIA 5000 Series ceiling access panels provide a strong, lockable solution for accessing electrical and mechanical services concealed above “lay-in” tile grid ceilings.

ARIA 5000 Series

Ceiling Panels > ARIA 5000 Series

Profab’s ARIA 5000 Series metal ceiling access panel ensure easy horizontal access through suspended ceilings constructed from mineral fibreboard tiles on an exposed grid system. The rationale for using a ceiling access panel in a suspended ceiling is that mineral fibreboard tiles have a reputation for being fragile and easy to damage.  The ARIA 5000 Series ceiling access panel addresses this issue by delivering a permanent and robust method to access building services in the ceiling void. 

The ARIA 5000 Series is a non-fire rated steel ceiling panel. The metal door tray of the ceiling panel is designed to accept a matching ceiling tile to the surrounding ceiling, resulting in a discreet aesthetic. Quick and easy to install the ARIA 5000 Series is typically specified for offices, educational institutions and hospitals.

The ceiling access hatch is manufactured to suit the exact tile modules. It is available either as a 600mm, 1200mm or 1800mm panel, with a square or rebated (tegular) edge, to fit in a 24mm or 15mm wide tee grid system. Single and double door configurations are available. 

The ARIA 5000 Series has two different concealed locking options - the budget lock (BL) and security lock (SL). The ceiling access panels are supplied with the appropriate keys and caps.

The doors open towards the user and have fully adjustable concealed hinges. A foam dust gasket is fitted to all sides of the ceiling panel.

The frame and door of the ceiling panel are supplied fully powder coated to RAL9010 as standard and can be finished on-site. Alternatively, the panels can be painted to match the colour of the tee grid system.  This requirement should be specified at the time of ordering.

Manufactured in the UK, the ARIA 5000 Series provides an easy, robust and secure means of accessing the ceiling cavity in exposed tee grid ceiling systems.

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