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The seismic ruggedness of an Armstrong suspended ceiling was recently demonstrated by shake table testing. ANCO Engineers Inc., a company that does vibration testing, proposed the test program to document the seismic performance of the new ceiling system during simulated earthquake motions, which may occur in the Western United States.
ARMSTRONG ACOUSTIC CEILING TILE
Two central indicators regarding ceiling tiles’ acoustical performance are noise reduction coefficient and ceiling attenuation class. Joann Davis Brayman, vice president, commercial marketing, acoustic building products, Armstrong, says that sound is a big contributor as a problem or a solution. Their Armstrong ceiling tile 1250 and Armstrong ceiling 480 are both excellent products.
FAUX CEILING BEAMS
Decorative hardwood beams with open beam ceiling insulation add character to any room, especially kitchens. Oak beams are a popular addition to Craftsman-style kitchens. Beams don’t have to be rustic, though. You can add some mouldings to the beams themselves and around the perimeter of the room to make them more decorative.
CEILING DROP TILE
Drop-in ceiling tiles go up in just a few minutes, right away converting your room into a visual and acoustical showplace. These tiles are made with a stiff backing to drop into conventional 24” by 24” ceiling grids. Look for tiles made of fireproof melamine foam with hypalon coating, as these provide some of the finest acoustics in the industry.
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