Product of the Week: Optima & Metal Ceiling Baffles

Product of the Week: Optima & Metal Ceiling Baffles

Each week we will choose a different product to feature on our blog as the Barbour Product Search Product of the Week. This week we have chosen Optima & Metal Ceiling Baffles from Armstrong Ceilings.

Key Features:

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• Factory fitted integrated suspension anchor
• High light reflectance (Optima up to 87%, Metal up to 65%)
• Recycled content (Optima 80%, Metal 30%)
• Optimised for acoustic performance
• Available ready to fit

Product Description:

Armstrong Ceilings have added baffles to their portfolio of acoustic ceiling solutions. Optima and Metal Ceiling Baffles are factory fitted with integrated suspension anchors allowing them to be suspended directly from the soffit via cables or grouped using standard grid systems.

Metal baffles are engineered with a regular perforation pattern and a glass wool insert which, Armstrong says, provides optimised acoustics, with a αw between 0.45 and 0.55(H), depending on its size and the void depth. Comprised up to 30% recycled content and with 65% light reflectance, the baffles are washable and resistant to scratches, fire (Euroclass B-s1, d0) and humidity (90%).

The mineral Optima baffles range, which comprises 80% recycled content, is available off-the-shelf in standard white (with up to 87% light reflectance) or in bespoke colours and sizes. Armstong says these provide between 1.00 and 1.45 sabines of sound absorption as discrete absorbers, depending on size, spacing and void depth.

Armstrong suggest that the baffles are ideal for use in public areas such as airports, auditoria, rail terminals, schools, factories, hospitals and office buildings.

For more information about Optima & Metal Ceiling Baffles email or call (01895) 251122.

Visit the Barbour Product Search profile for Armstrong World Industries (Ceilings Division) to view other products, read recent case studies and download product literature.

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Lauren Easton - Editorial Account Manager

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