Furring Channel for Walls and Ceilings
Economical hat-shaped framing component used to “furr” out ceilings and masonry walls.
- Provides noncombustible furring for interior and exterior walls
- Use to level uneven surfaces
- Available in 7/8” and 1-1/2” depths in 25, 20, 18 and 16 gauge
- Standard lengths are 10’ and 12’. Other lengths available
- Hemmed leg furring channel (as shown) is only available in 25 gauge
ClarkDietrich furring channel is a hat-shaped corrosion-resistant framing component used to furr out masonry walls and ceiling assemblies. In concrete wall applications, furring channel is installed vertically to the wall surface using concrete nails or power-driven fasteners. Gypsum panels are then screw-attached to the furring channels. In drop ceiling applications, furring channels can be attached directly to the underside of the building structure using Metal Furring Channel Clips, tie wire, screws or power-driven fasteners. Heavier gauge furring enables greater spans and loading capacity. 18- or 16- gauge furring is commonly used for purlins in exterior applications.
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7/8" Furring Channel Systems
1-1/2" Furring Channel Systems
- Contact ClarkDietrich Technical Services at 888-437-3244 for help with any questions on Furring Channel.