Meshed ceiling ??

Arti

Well-Known Member
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Any of you gadgies seen a ceiling meshed like this before??
Was overboarding this on Friday and ain't never seen owt like it??
 

madmonk

Private Member
#2
Is that rebar? Is it a flat or house
 

Havagojo

Active Member
#4
Too late now if over boarded , looks like hair in it ( asbestos content ? ) , bit Ott ,was the joist pitch abnormally large, when was it built
 

Dropsalot

Private Member
#5
Fritzl Building Co........by the look of it, you weren’t supposed to get out of that room.
 

Arti

Well-Known Member
#6
Too late now if over boarded , looks like hair in it ( asbestos content ? ) , bit Ott ,was the joist pitch abnormally large, when was it built
It was a lime ceiling but was expecting lath not mesh. Building paper on the joists as well
 

essexandy

The Lake Governor
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malc

TPF Special Forces
#10
I'm trying to think of the name of the stuff. A paperbacked mesh, lath mesh, render mesh, I don't know something like that. @Gibbo or @malc will remember the name. It's still available.
looks to me like D49, a light weight reinforcement that is usually placed in floor screeds.
that is the type of spec you would expect on a bank vault, or an expensive shop with a flat above to stop intruders.
 
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essexandy

The Lake Governor
#11
Rendalath that's the name I was trying to think of. A welded mesh in either galvanized or stainless steel, with a paper backing.
 
#15
never seen this one before must be some kind of fire stop as the 50 s look about it