Williams Brothers’ Acoustical Tile Access Doors and Panels are designed to provide efficient and secure service access to critical areas in acoustical tile ceilings for a wide range of commercial, industrial, institutional and residential applications. Offering a recessed panel design with fire resistant options, our acoustical tile access doors are an excellent choice for locations where a virtually concealed installation with the door and ceiling are desired. Perfect for both new and retrofit building projects, our acoustical tile access doors enable easy access to mechanical, electrical, plumbing and other building systems above the tile ceiling grid.
Williams Brothers’ Acoustical Tile Access Doors are available in a range of sizes designed to fit common suspended tile ceiling grids with special sizes and modifications available upon request. We also offer many additional features including pre-installed fire resistant gypsum boards, locks, gaskets, choice of finishes and custom color paints.
Williams Brothers prides itself on the differences we bring to our acoustical tile access doors. Our dedication to manufacturing quality makes us the choice for construction companies, architects, and engineers that demand the best access doors and panels in the world. Once you see what separates Williams Brothers from other manufacturers, you too will appreciate and demand the Williams Brothers difference.
Standard: Our WB AT 600 Series Acoustical Tile Ceiling Access Door features a 14 gauge door and 16 gauge steel frame with a recessed door panel designed to accomodate up to a 1″ thick acoustical tile. This is a precision door that provides a virtually concealed installation, keeping acoustical surfaces intact while contributing to sound control and better appearance.
Fire Resistive: The WB AT 610 Series Acoustical Tile Ceiling Access Door is designed to provide access in suspended drywall ceiling applications that are part of a fire resistant floor-ceiling assembly. It features the same rugged construction as the AT 610, but with a recessed door panel designed to accomodate two (2) layers of 5/8″ Type X gypsum in order to maintain the fire resistant barrier.