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Armstrong effects on metal

A new range of ’effects on metal’ ceiling solutions has been launched by Armstrong.
Published 02 July 2014

A snapshot guide to the effects that can be achieved on its metal ceiling tiles and planks for prestigious high-end projects has been launched by Armstrong.

A four-page A4 brochure shows the standard “Effects on metal” range of bronze and chrome as well as five woods (Ash, Oak, Red Oak, US Cherry and US Walnut) but also refers specifiers to the manufacturer for any other effects or configurable solutions they want to achieve.

The range is available in 300mm x 1200mm planks as well as the standard 600mm x 600mm tiles and in extra-microperforated as well as unperforated options, and uses three suspension systems – Armstrong’s concealed Q-Clip F and S Clip F for the tiles and planks and semi-concealed Axal Vector with a discreet 6mm reveal for the tiles.

Manufactured from up to 30% recycled content, acoustically the range performs up to 0.55(L) αw (alpha w) using a black acoustic fleece on the rear of the extra-microperforated tiles. It is also resistant to fire (A2-s1, d0) and humidity (95%).

The effects on metal range is also cleanable and available in an anti-bacterial Bioguard finish to meet the additional cleanliness requirements of healthcare premises, with a 30-year ceiling systems warranty now available when installed on Armstrong grid.

Armstrong’s new metal effects brochure can be downloaded from


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