The dip ceiling – the tried and tested ceiling system for your parking garage
Flexible planning, low-maintenance and fit for the future
The 17 cm-thick dip ceiling made of high-quality concrete is our building system for parking garages. The dip ceiling permits flexible planning, is durable and boasts the lowest maintenance costs in comparison. Wider parking spaces and lanes mean your parking garage can also be used by future generations of car drivers so it is fit for the future. This guarantees investors and operators financial security and high returns for decades to come.
The flexible design of the dip ceiling gives architects the full range of design possibilities – for even the most demanding projects.
Every centimetre counts – more convenience with the dip ceiling
With the dip ceiling, we also realise parking spaces with larger dimensions in addition to the usual standard widths. Parking spaces with a width of up to 2.70 m give every class of passenger vehicle noticeably more room to park while making getting in and out of the parking spaces safe and convenient. Lanes as wide as 7 m mean vehicles can get in and out of parking spaces without any manoeuvring.
The dip ceiling also offers additional convenience with the noise reducing surface. It is especially quiet when driven over while at the same time preventing slippage.
Economically sustainable – the future starts now
The monolithic dip ceiling is the only construction system for parking garage ceilings that requires no surface coating. Its special design featuring a flat, homogenous surface means no coating is needed.
Unlike prefabricated ceilings, the dip ceiling is free of bandages and coatings – a decisive advantage as it rules out the need to renovate any mortar joints. This saves costs and means the dip ceiling offers a long-term economical solution. Not lastly because renovation work often leads to loss of use and consequently lost income.
Studies on the topic of “stationary traffic”
Studies by automobile clubs and universities show that many parking garages have parking spaces that even now can only be used by current car models to a limited extent. Even if the parking garages are build in accordance with valid standards and guidelines. The problems when manoeuvring or getting in and out of the car don’t just affect drivers of luxury cars or SUVs. Today, even small cars are much wider than before. As a result, parking garages with narrow parking spaces and lanes become problematic for their operators due to high costs associated with damaged vehicles. At the same time, income is lost as customers look for alternative possibilities for parking.
We have the answer: the dip ceiling for wider parking spaces and lanes means your parking garages offer a solid basis for the future and secure investments.