Global Aerospace Floor Panels Market: Industry Analysis and Forecast (2018-2026)

Global Aerospace Floor Panels Market is expected to reach US$ 558 Mn by 2026 from 300 Mn in 2017 at CAGR 8.7%. Aerospace Floor Panels Market is segmented by aircraft, raw material, distribution channel, and region. Based on aircraft divided into Commercial aircraft, regional jet, business jet, and helicopter. Raw material is split into Nomex Honeycomb, aluminium honeycomb. Distributors channel are classified as OEM, aftermarket. Region wise divided into North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Middle East & Africa, and Latin America. Adoption of procedure to reduce aircraft weight and enhance fuel efficiency will drive aerospace floor panels market during the forecast period. Flooring units form a major part in aircraft more weight and require lightweight structures to meet stringent requirements. Honeycomb sandwich panel provides high strength to weight ratio and enhanced stiffness as the balance to solid metals. The Continuous innovation to provide improved strength & rigidity along with weight reduction trends will influence the aerospace floor panel’s market size. Increasing aviation industry owing to the rise in air traffic has enhanced domestic and international iterat...

10 Drop Ceiling Ideas to Dress Up Any Room | Bob Vila

Drop ceilings—secondary surfaces that hang one to four feet below the main ceiling—are useful for hiding wires, plumbing, and HVAC equipment throughout the house like in your unfinished basement. Plus, the lower room height may improve indoor circulation and reduce heating/cooling costs. But drop ceilings, installed by fitting tiles into a grid-like suspension of metal beams that provide structure, couldn’t be more blah. Until now, that is! Here are 10 creative, affordable cover-ups and daring designs sure to make a drop ceiling look special and enhance the ambience of any room. Want to recreate the elegant indentations of a coffered ceiling without the effort? Decorative PVC tiles molded with indentations from Armstrong Ceilings ($2.50 to $4.19 per square foot) come in a few pleasing neutral hues. Pop the tiles in place with clips for a coffered ceiling that will look striking in a traditional or Art Deco room. Lightweight square Styrofoam ceiling can tiles, available in a range of sizes and engraved with a host of patterns from florets to geometric shapes, can suit a traditional or transitional interior. At $1 to $3.50 per square foot from brands like Anet (which you can find ...