CEP Ceilings has launched a Sequence range of Class A sound absorbing products. The range, which includes ceiling tiles, wall panels, baffles and free hanging islands are all manufactured from resin bonded glasswool with a reinforced tissue and paint covering.
The acoustic performance of these products has been developed with input from a number of qualified acousticians as Ian Matthews from Red Twin Acoustics explains: The products developed by CEP provide excellent acoustic performance, particularly the sequence wall panels which are arguably the most absorptive system available. They also have excellent technical data for all products and have gone to great length to test their products in arrangements which are reflective of an integrated design strategy, such as the ceiling rafts, giving us accurate data and making the specification process easier. I have no hesitation in considering CEP and the Sequence range.
The CEP Sequence ceiling tiles are available in a wide range of sizes and edge details to suit almost any project requirement, whilst the wall panels can also offer fabric faced colour options. The CEP Sequence acoustic baffles are tissued and reinforced to all 6 sides for added quality and can be hung vertically or horizontally.