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SAS International - Ceiling Rafts - SAS600Description: SAS600 offers a variety of applications from the purely aesthetic to high performance acoustics with service integration. The rafts and modules are available in a range... The American Tin Ceiling Co. - Nail-Up Tin Ceiling PanelsDescription: The Nailup panels measure 24-1/4" X 24-1/4 with the 1/4" overlapping nail flange. American Tin Ceilings authentically represents this traditional tin ceiling panel that hasn't changed in 130 years. Nail-Up Panels require a 3/8" plywood substrate or furring strip grid spaced 24" on center to which...