Ceiling tile diffuser features discrete lay

  • 27 Oct 2014

Waterloo Air Products’ LCT20 ceiling tile diffuser (in black)

Designed not to be seen

The new LCT20 lay on ceiling tile diffuser is a key part of the comprehensive range of ceiling products Waterloo Air Products.

  • available in a range of sizes to suit specific flow ranges
  • supplied in black (RAL9005) as standard
  • optional acoustic lining is available providing reaction to fire class C-s3-d0 to EN 13501-1: 2007

LCT20 diffuser is designed for simple, quick installation and can be easily installed using two-sided adhesive strips or by using edging clips. 

Tile sizes include 370, 450 and 600, with each one having a specific operational range.

They are suitable for a wide range of applications including airports, cinemas, offices, restaurants and any other areas where open area ceiling tiles are specified.

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