Posted in materials on October 23, 2014 12:23 am EDT

Greenbuild 2014 Featured Product: Epic Metals’ Toris Roof and Floor Deck Ceiling Systems

Product designed to help AECs bring the structural art of a building's design -- as well as its acoustics -- to center stage.

Image from epicmetals.com.


 

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By Church Designer Staff

Epic Metals of Rankin, Pa., recently showcased its Toris Roof and Floor Deck Ceiling Systems at Greenbuild 2014 in New Orleans at the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center. The system was created to offer an innovative approach to designing modern, visually unobstructed interiors with architectural appeal. Recessed corners reportedly soften the linear plank form of Toris and create a unique appearance with a gently rounded edge.

A dovetail recess hides roofing fasteners to enhance the appearance.

A dovetail recess hides roofing fasteners to enhance the appearance. The 2.5-inch depth of the Toris Profile allows clear spans up to 18 feet while the four-inch depth of Toris 4 extends the span to 26 feet.

Interior image from epicmetals.com.

The Toris profile offers a hanging feature to accommodate signage, lighting, rigging, or utility systems, the company reports.

Learn more about the Toris Roof and Floor Deck Ceiling Systems at: (visit link)

 

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