Metal Types, Perforations, Finish and Colors
Armstrong metal pan ceiling panels, although typically made from steel are also available in aluminium.
While a vast array of perforation designs are available, globally, there are three standard designs that provide a good balance between acoustical comfort, light reflectance and visual appeal.
Armstrong metal panels are finished with a durable electrostatic, factory applied polyester powder coat.
Armstrong metal ceiling panels are finished in standard “Global White” to match the Armstrong Peakform steel suspension grid. RAL or other special colours are available on request.
The ability to integrate building services equipment is a major feature of metal ceiling systems. Metal tiles can be engineered with cut-outs, apertures and special details to accommodate the proliferation of services utilised in today’s modern building projects. Lighting fittings, air conditioning grilles and fire protection equipment need to be harmonised with the ceiling system. Special size and half module tiles can also be produced when necessary to finish ceilings at perimeters and other junctions.
|Extra microperforated with black fleece||76%|
|Microperforated with black fleece||63%|
|Standard perforated with black fleece||68%|
Over the years, specifiers have come to realise that one of the advantages of perforated metal ceilings is their ability to
maintain the same visual appearance across the project while varying the acoustic performance in different areas according
Armstrong has carried out laboratory acoustic tests on an extensive range of infill materials. As a result, and in keeping with our high quality at an economic price, we have selected two infill types for our standard tile range, acoustic fleece and Premium B 15 which we believe cater for most acoustic applications.