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Tate Duo

Superior Structural Grid System

Tate Duo Structural Ceiling system offers a more robust aluminum extrusion for spanning larger distances between connections to the building structure. Spans up to 8’ are possible allowing for more flexibility and few connection points to the building structure.

Tate Duo also features a two-layer continuously threaded slot on the underside of the extrusion so that multiple threaded rod diameters may be use for hanging different equipment within a building.

Replacing custom-built on-site structural support systems such as strut, with Tate Duo offers the most flexible solution for future configuration changes of any pre-designed ceiling solution.

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Key Performance Characteristics

  • Multiple grid patterns and configurations are available
  • Replaces custom-built on-site structural support systems such as strut 
  • Fast and easy to install
  • Eliminates the need for multiple trades on-site
  • Experienced data center manufacturer and contracting teamste project specific specs

System Performance Criteria

The bottom side of the Tate Duo structural grid is available with a 1/2"-13/3/8"-16, or M12-1.5/M10-1.5 continuiously threaded dual slot in for mounting items directly to the grid. Refer to the table below for load performance details on the grid and connections to the building structure.

Duo Performance
Tate Grid Spacing
Tile Sizing

Product Information

Technical Documents
BIM
Installation Guide
Brochures

Tate Duo Datasheet Imperial

Duo Detail (PDF)

Duo Detail (DWG)

Tate Duo Specification Imperial

Tate Duo Datasheet Metric

Duo Detail (PDF)

Duo Detail (DWG)

Tate Duo Specification Metric

Tate Duo Components (BIM)

Tate Grid Install Guide

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