How to Attach Ceiling Panels to Rondo Rail

December 21, 2023

Creating a seamless and functional ceiling design involves the strategic use of innovative panel mounting solutions, especially when considering the need for accessibility to wiring and plumbing through access panels. The PC-SF1 and PC-M2H clips from Fastmount’s Standard range offer a reliable solution for attaching ceiling panels to Rondo Rail while ensuring that the fixings remain invisible.

The PC-SF1 and PC-M2H from Fastmount facilitate a hidden fixing ceiling panel system that allows for the secure attachment of plywood to metal battens. The discreet nature of these fastening systems ensures that the focus remains on the aesthetic appeal of the ceiling panels, without any visible hardware disrupting the design. This approach not only enhances the overall appearance of the ceiling but also addresses the practical need for access panels in the ceiling for commercial or residential spaces.

In the video below we show you how to attach removable ceiling panels by mounting plywood to Rondo® metal battens using the Fastmount PC-SF1 and PC-M2H from our Standard Range.

Underneath the video you will find the tools and products required for this installation, as well as step-by-step instructions.

Tools and Products Required

Installation Steps

Installing PC-SF1 onto Rondo rail

Installing PC-M2H into panel and mounting

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