How to Find the Right Fastening Clip for Your Panel and Acoustic Board with a Groove-Groove Profile
How to Find the Right Fastening Clip for Your Panel and Acoustic Board
If you're looking to find the right fastening solution for your wooden paneling, there are a few key factors to consider. The first question to ask yourself is whether you want your joints to be visible with an open joint installation or have a 0mm gap with invisible joints.
For Paneling with an Open Joint Installation:
For those who prefer an open joint installation, we offer screw claws with a groove depth of 5.5 - 9mm and tongue thickness of 3 - 7mm. Another important factor to consider is the width of the joint, for which our panel clips are available in widths ranging from 5 - 20mm.
For Paneling with a 0mm Gap:
If you prefer a 0mm gap between your panels, we have fastening clips with a groove depth of 6.5 - 9mm and Groove thickness of 3 - 7mm.
- Groove Thickness (B): This refers to the rear tongue that is fastened to the ceiling or wall using the panel clip.
- Groove Depth (A): The carved groove depth in your panel or acoustic wood must match the groove depth of the fastening clip.
The open joint installation is primarily used for acoustic ceilings, as it allows sound waves to distribute more evenly, providing enhanced sound and noise protection. On the other hand, the 0mm gap installation is commonly used in conventional and residential construction, allowing for visually appealing wooden paneling to be quickly and easily assembled.
By considering these factors when selecting your fastening clips and panel/acoustic boards, you can securely fasten your ceiling or wall without the need for visible nails or patching, creating a seamless and invisible installation.
Remember, the installation of wooden paneling should always be done on a wooden substructure.