Armstrong Ceilings’ metal portfolio gets stronger
Metal systems that are particularly acoustic and aesthetic have been introduced by Armstrong Ceilings.
Building interior solutions provider Armstrong Ceilings has extended its portfolio of metal systems with the launch of two new ranges.
The mesh metal and metal premium OP19 ranges are designed to offer inspirational design capabilities and excellent acoustic and well-being properties respectively, with the metal premium OP19 range offering up to Class A sound absorption performance.
The new mesh metal range, in a range of four standard patterns and four colours to give a minimum of 16 design options, has been designed with hook-on and lay-in options for simple and economical installation on standard exposed and concealed grid systems.
Giving a contemporary design aesthetic, the different module sizes will suit various room scales and building modules, particularly in industrial, airport and shopping centre applications, while fully-engineered and customised mesh metal ceilings are available for bespoke projects.
This premium OP19 range comprises specially-developed 19mm acoustic mineral infills that have been factory bonded into standard Armstrong metal ceiling tiles and panels for supply as a complete acoustic unit. This process reduces the pattern staining that can be associated with incorrectly-fitted mineral wool type acoustic pads.
Manufactured from up to 30% recycled content, the tiles are available in three perforation configurations and with a range of edge details to give light reflectance of up to 80%, relative humidity resistance of up to 95% and a sound absorption performance of up to 1.00 alpha w.
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This article was published on 24 Apr 2012 (last updated on 24 Apr 2012).