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wood beams

Muros Wood Beams add character to any space with their authentic colour, texture and appearance. Panels are lightweight and easy-to-install making them a versatile and high quality design option.

Muros beams are traditionally used as ceiling beams. Their flexible nature means Muros beams are also useful as wall beams, eves and in set design.

CLICK ON THE PANEL IMAGE BELOW to view wooden beam panel specifications. A separate window in the Productspec website for your selected panel.

Contact us for more information or click here to request a beam panel file in JPG or PDF format.

 
 
Wood Beams

colours

Muros wood beams are available in six colour tones (shown in the image above).

 

dimensions

Muros wood beams are available in a wide range of sizes to suit any style desired.

All beams are 3,400mm (11.16ft) in length and are a three-sided U-shape (view from end).

Beams have two lateral sides, which are both the same height(h). The third side is the front base. In a typical ceiling installation, the front base is installed parallel to both the floor and ceiling and represents the width(w) of the beam.

Muros wooden beams are available in the following dimensions:

 

100mm lateral side (height)

100mm(h) x 100mm(w) x 100mm(h) x 3,400mm(l)
100mm(h) x 150mm(w) x 100mm(h) x 3,400mm(l)
100mm(h) x 200mm(w) x 100mm(h) x 3,400mm(l)
100mm(h) x 250mm(w) x 100mm(h) x 3,400mm(l)
100mm(h) x 300mm(w) x 100mm(h) x 3,400mm(l)
100mm(h) x 350mm(w) x 100mm(h) x 3,400mm(l)
100mm(h) x 400mm(w) x 100mm(h) x 3,400mm(l)
 

150mm lateral side (height)

150mm(h) x 100mm(w) x 150mm(h) x 3,400mm(l)
150mm(h) x 150mm(w) x 150mm(h) x 3,400mm(l)
150mm(h) x 200mm(w) x 150mm(h) x 3,400mm(l)
150mm(h) x 250mm(w) x 150mm(h) x 3,400mm(l)
150mm(h) x 300mm(w) x 150mm(h) x 3,400mm(l)
150mm(h) x 350mm(w) x 150mm(h) x 3,400mm(l)
150mm(h) x 400mm(w) x 150mm(h) x 3,400mm(l)
 

200mm lateral side (height)

200mm(h) x 100mm(w) x 200mm(h) x 3,400mm(l)
200mm(h) x 150mm(w) x 200mm(h) x 3,400mm(l)
200mm(h) x 200mm(w) x 200mm(h) x 3,400mm(l)
200mm(h) x 250mm(w) x 200mm(h) x 3,400mm(l)
200mm(h) x 300mm(w) x 200mm(h) x 3,400mm(l)
200mm(h) x 350mm(w) x 200mm(h) x 3,400mm(l)
200mm(h) x 400mm(w) x 200mm(h) x 3,400mm(l)
 

250mm lateral side (height)

250mm(h) x 100mm(w) x 250mm(h) x 3,400mm(l)
250mm(h) x 150mm(w) x 250mm(h) x 3,400mm(l)
250mm(h) x 200mm(w) x 250mm(h) x 3,400mm(l)
250mm(h) x 250mm(w) x 250mm(h) x 3,400mm(l)
250mm(h) x 300mm(w) x 250mm(h) x 3,400mm(l)
250mm(h) x 350mm(w) x 250mm(h) x 3,400mm(l)
250mm(h) x 400mm(w) x 250mm(h) x 3,400mm(l)
 

300mm lateral side (height)

300mm(h) x 100mm(w) x 250mm(h) x 3,400mm(l)
300mm(h) x 150mm(w) x 300mm(h) x 3,400mm(l)
300mm(h) x 200mm(w) x 300mm(h) x 3,400mm(l)
300mm(h) x 250mm(w) x 300mm(h) x 3,400mm(l)
300mm(h) x 300mm(w) x 300mm(h) x 3,400mm(l)
300mm(h) x 350mm(w) x 300mm(h) x 3,400mm(l)
300mm(h) x 400mm(w) x 300mm(h) x 3,400mm(l)
 

350mm lateral side (height)

350mm(h) x 100mm(w) x 250mm(h) x 3,400mm(l)
350mm(h) x 150mm(w) x 350mm(h) x 3,400mm(l)
350mm(h) x 200mm(w) x 350mm(h) x 3,400mm(l)
350mm(h) x 250mm(w) x 350mm(h) x 3,400mm(l)
350mm(h) x 300mm(w) x 350mm(h) x 3,400mm(l)
350mm(h) x 350mm(w) x 350mm(h) x 3,400mm(l)
350mm(h) x 400mm(w) x 350mm(h) x 3,400mm(l)
 

400mm lateral side (height)

400mm(h) x 400mm(w) x 400mm(h) x 3,400mm(l)
 

installation

When installing Muros beams, the goal is to create perfect and seamless wooden beams in your chosen space. Muros wood beams are therefore installed using the following proven steps:

 

1. Measure area

Determine where beams are to be installed - typically a ceiling. Measure and mark lines on the surface where each beam is to be located (typically a ceiling).

2. Calculate beam panel usage

Determine how many wood beam panels are required and how and where they will be installed. Ensure enough beam panels are available for the selected area. If a single beam is requried to be longer than 3,400mm, then mastic and dye will be used. The materials will join the end of two beam panels together - to create a seamless appearance across the total beam area.

3. Install framework

Install a wooden framework or timber plank sized according to the dimensions of the selected beam panel. Note that the beam panels are installed over the framework to create a firm fit.

4. Install beam panel(s)

Prior to installation drill screw holes into the beam(s). Screw holes are to be located at areas of low relief on the panel design and at intervals of not greater than 900mm. Use two people to position the beam panel(s) over the installed framework. Panels are then secured into position using screws. Screws are put through the panel (where holes were previously drilled) and into the framework behind. Beam panels are now firmly secured in place.

5. Apply mastic (Sealant)

Muros Mastic (soft putty) is used to seal the areas where beam panels meet the ceiling and walls. It is also used to cover all screw heads - and if required, mastic is applied to joins between panels. Once applied, mastic is textured (shaped) to ensure a seamless join between panels, walls and ceiling - and to cover screw heads.

6. Apply colour

Wood-coloured dye is used to colour the beams and mastic to create perfect wood beams.

 

Should you have any further questions relating to wood beams, please visit the FAQs page or feel free to contact us.

Other panels include walls and ceilings, brick and stone pillars, stone and brick arches, wood and stone corbels and wooden doors and more. Or click here for an introduction and overview of Muros wall panels.