Armstrong Ceiling Solutions has launched a range of new ceiling tiles, all of which are 100% recyclable. The range has been designed to provide improved acoustic performance through a new surface which is both brighter and smoother.
Armstrong’s new Dune eVo range includes a full mix and match ceiling portfolio: Dune eVo, Dune eVo dB and Dune eVo Max, giving architects complete acoustic and design flexibility for every space.
The range has been designed to enable architects to specify ceiling systems which not only demonstrate high performance in use, but which also offer sustainability benefits through the choice of raw materials used in production. Furthermore, the range includes a full recycling offer, free to the user at the end of the ceiling tile’s life.
In addition, the range offers a modern appearance with uniform finish, allowing architects to specify ceilings which can enable modern buildings to achieve a premium aesthetic.
Originally launched in 1984, the Dune eVo range follows the Dune Supreme range and has been developed following feedback from customers. The result is a range of attractive and effective ceiling systems, which can be re-used multiple times, taking both the ownership lifecycle and occupancy well-being to new heights.
Graham Taylor, Sales Director for the UK, Ireland and Southern Africa at Armstrong Ceiling Solutions, commented: “Architects are always looking to build more attractive buildings to create an aesthetic which improves the places where people work, live, and play. The buildings that achieve this typically attract more investment and enhance the wellbeing of building occupants. This is why we have continued to develop our Dune range, re-engineering the product for more effective installation, and creating ceiling systems, which are truly recyclable and can continuously be re-used.”
Armstrong’s Dune eVo family of ceiling tiles can also contribute to greater occupancy wellbeing, having been engineered with class-leading whiteness and acoustics to create brighter and better surroundings.
The eVo range provides a balanced acoustic performance of up to 0.65 aw. Class C sound absorption, and a sound attenuating performance of up to 39 dB. It also has fewer perforations than many standard ceiling tiles to create a uniform, smooth and contemporary finish.
Furthermore, Dune eVo has also been designed to have a reinforced fully painted edge, making it more durable and resilient both in storage and application.
Armstrong World Industries Limited
1 George Street,
Uxbridge UB8 1QQ
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