Ceiling Panels Create Monolithic Visual for Limited Plenum Space

Six Vector panel sizes gives architects and designers an opportunity to create a monolithic visual in projects with limited plenum space.

Six Vector panel sizes gives architects and designers an opportunity to create a monolithic visual in projects with limited plenum space.

With the addition of Vector edge options to its line of Lyra acoustical panels, Armstrong Ceilings offers architects and designers an opportunity to create a monolithic visual in projects with limited plenum space.

The six Vector panel sizes feature a ¼-inch reveal between panels, resulting in a monolithic appearance. The Vector edge ceiling panels are downward accessible for a limited plenum space, requiring only 6-inches of clear space from the deck.

Lyra Vector panels provide noise absorption for open plan areas, with an Articulation Class (AC) of 190 and a Noise Reduction Coefficient (NRC) of 0.90. The panels are available in six standard sizes, including 24- by 24-inches, 24- by 48-inches, 24- by 72-inches, 24- by 96-inches, 30- by 30-inches, and 48- by 48-inches and install in a standard 15/16-inch Prelude suspension system.

Energy-Saving High Light Reflective Finish

Lyra panels have an energy-saving, light reflective finish. The finish is washable, scratch resistant, and soil resistant. Made from over 50 percent recycled material, the panels can be recycled through the Armstrong Ceiling Recycling Program at the end of their service life. The panels have a 30-year warranty against visible sag, mold, and mildew when installed using Armstrong Ceilings suspension systems. In addition to standard White, made-to-order Sherwin Williams colors are also available.

For more information about Lyra Vector edge ceiling panels, visit the website, chat live, or call a U.S. based TechLine expert at (800) 276-7876.

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