Fiberglass Ceiling - Stick-On Acoustic Panels

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$6.00 - 10.00 / m²
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Shanghai
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10000 m²
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300000 m²/month

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Product Description:

The tile is made by high-density fiberglass with compound decoration wool on the surface and fiberglass wool on the back .The edges are painted. With the characteristics of square in edges    and angle,it will be parallel to suspension system after installation.

 

Product Applications:

 

The panels are udes widely in schools, offices, music studios, lecture theatres,
multi purpose halls, interview rooms, training areas and cinemas. They meet the
requirements of BB93 of Building Regulations for acoustics in school buildings and
are Class O fire rated hence meeting the Fire Regulations as well.

 

Product Advantages:

 

Saves headroom space because exceptional noise absorption effectiveness is achieved by low (30mm) material thickness.

Surfaces can be emulsion painted to any colour without significant loss in noise
absorption. Increase savings due to fast and easy installation.Lightweight and therefore are ideal for adhering to ceilings, which do not have a very high load bearing capabilities.

Meets BB93 standards for school acoustics as well as common areas in flats for Building
Regulations.

 

Main Product Features:

 

Material: Torrefaction Compounded high density fiberglass wool

Face: Special painting laminated with decorative fiberglass tissue

Color: white, black and others to order

Fire-resistant: class A, non combustible

NRC: 0.9-1.0, excellent sound absorption

Thermal-resistant: >0.4 (m2k/w)

Humidity: Dimensionally stable with RH up to 95% at  40c, no sagging, wrapping, or delaminating

Moisture rete:<1% (JC/T670-2005)

Enviromental impact: Tiles and packing are fully recyclable

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Fiberglass Ceiling - Stick-On Acoustic Panels

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Fiberglass Ceiling - Stick-On Acoustic Panels

Fiberglass Ceiling - Stick-On Acoustic Panels

Fiberglass Ceiling - Stick-On Acoustic Panels

Fiberglass Ceiling - Stick-On Acoustic Panels

Fiberglass Ceiling - Stick-On Acoustic Panels

 

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