Acoustic Panels Are Designed for Exposed Structures

Armstrong Ceiling & Wall Solutions has expanded its portfolio of acoustical solutions for exposed structure environments.

Armstrong Ceiling & Wall Solutions has expanded its portfolio of acoustical solutions for exposed structure environments.

Armstrong Ceiling & Wall Solutions has expanded its portfolio of acoustical solutions for exposed structure environments. The Spotlight acoustic solutions are suspended below the deck and feature dozens of blades, baffles, clouds and canopies to reduce noise and visually define a space. When installed in a manner that covers 5 to 50 percent of the deck, the panels absorb sound from all sides. InvisAcoustics Basics ceiling panels also have been expanded. With a noise reduction coefficient of 0.75, the panels absorb 75 percent of the sound that hits them. They attach directly to an exposed structure’s deck and can be field painted to match. Other direct-to-deck acoustic solutions include Capz and Tectum panels, as well as a direct-attach option for SoundScapes Blades vertical panels.

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