Perforated Acoustic Ceiling
Application

For use as ceiling linings in sports halls, lecture theatres and atriums.

Description

Perforated ceiling absorption panels available in a range of perforation types to create a level of open surface area to enable the absorption of sound. Holes are machined into a wide selection of decorative and functional finishes. The system offers an accurate and high-quality seamless finish.

Features and benefits:

  • Constructed with a drilled face which is fixed to the structure, incorporating acoustically transparent fleece and a mineral wool filled air gap to enable maximum acoustic integrity of the product.
  • Available in a wide range of finishes.

Applications:

For use as ceiling linings in sports halls, lecture theatres and atriums.

General information

Size

2400 x 1200 mm

3000 x 1200 mm

Special order

Insert requirement.

Material

Medium density fibreboard (MDF) core with a black open weave acoustically transparent fleece backing

Uniclass 2015

Pr_35_93_13_80 Sound attenuator infill unitsPrimary

CAWS

K40/10 Suspended ceilings

K40/105 Suspended ceiling system

K40/115 Unit/ modular suspended ceiling system

K40/270 Boards

Specification data - Sound attenuator infill units

Product Reference

Perforated Acoustic Ceiling

Size

2400 x 1200 mm

3000 x 1200 mm

Special order

Insert requirement.

Thickness

Insert requirement, available from 12 mm.

Face finish

Insert requirement, available in plain, woodgrain, ply, laminate and veneer finishes, consult manufacturer's literature for information.

Core fire rating (to BS 476-7)

Non-fire rated

Class 0

Class 1

Perforations

-

Type

6 mm holes

8 mm holes

10 mm holes

12 mm holes

Routed slots

Insert requirement.

Special order

Insert requirement.

Spacing

16 mm

32 mm

64 mm

Special order

Insert requirement.

Edge banding

1 mm

2 mm

Standard product features

Material:

Medium density fibreboard (MDF) core with a black open weave acoustically transparent fleece backing.

Panel jointing:

5–10 mm spacing between panels spliced with jointing trim.

Sound absorber class (to BS EN ISO 11654):

Class D, C, B or A.

Literature
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