Dune eVo ceiling tiles

Armstrong launches improved Dune eVo ceiling tiles

  • 23 Jun 2017

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Armstrong Ceiling Solutions has redeveloped its range of Dune eVo ceiling tiles, to offer a sustainable solution with ease of installation in mind.

The Dune eVo range has been redeveloped in response to feedback from Armstrong’s customers: the products have been designed to meet demand for ceiling systems that are easy to handle and install.

The launch, which officially took place on 21st June at Mercedes World, marks the fifth evolution of Armstrong’s Dune series since its introduction in 1984. 

Dune eVo ceiling tiles

The Dune eVo, Dune eVo dB and Dune eVo Max have been reinforced with a painted edge to improve resilience, and acoustically enhanced. The products now provide an acoustic performance of up to 0.65 aw, Class C sound absorption and a sound attenuating performance of around 39dB.

Dune eVo ceiling tiles

Armstrong aspired to create ceiling tiles that can add value to a project at every phase, focusing on design and specification, through to installation and afterlife.

All three Dune eVo products are completely recyclable; Dune eVo and Dune eVo Max also offer cradle-to-cradle sustainability accreditation. They have been designed to help sub-contractors to achieve successful installations at a faster rate, whilst meeting environmental specifications and sustainability targets.

Contact:

Armstrong World Industries Limited
Harman House,
2nd Floor,
1 George Street,
Uxbridge UB8 1QQ
0800 371849

email: Sales-support@armstrong.com  

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