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Video of the Week: Armstrong develops the next evolution in ceiling tiles

  • 11 Oct 2017

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The reinforced edges and acoustic performance of the Dune eVo range is here to help you create spaces that are brighter and better.

The ceiling tiles offer enhanced acoustic performance of up to 0.65 aw and excellent sound blocking of up to 39 dB.

In addition, the tiles are stronger and more robust due to being reinforced and having fully painted edges.

Find out more about this evolution in ceiling tiles in this video from Armstrong.

Contact:

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

email: Sales-support@armstrong.com  

Visit Armstrong Ceiling's website

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