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Armstrong World Industries - Fine Fissured, Fine Fissured High Acoustic & Dune

OVERVIEW

Dune, Fine Fissured and Fine Fissured high acoustic are high performance, low VOC, durable  mineral fibre ceiling panels.

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Fine Fissured, Fine Fissured High Acoustic, Dune

 The product has achieved GreenRate Level A, certified under Global GreenTag Standard V4.0

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

Fine Fissured and Fine Fissured high acoustic are high performance, low VOC, durable  mineral fibre ceiling panels containing up to 54% recycled content, a nondirectional visual to reduce installation time and scrap, as well as HumiGuard Plus performance to inhibit panel sag. Fine Fissured High Acoustic is the high performance option, with an NRC (Noise Reduction Coefficient) of 0.70 and a minimum CAC (Ceiling Attenuation Class) of 35. These products are thus ideal for use in typical commercial applications requiring a good acoustical environment such as school class rooms, offices, auditoriums and corridors.

Dune is also a mineral fibre ceiling product that is coated with a durable fine textured acrylic latex paint with BioBlock™ mould/mildew inhibitor. The products has been tested to have good sound absorbing and attenuation properties and contains up to 42% recycled content.

These products also have a light reflectance of 85%.

ACHIEVEMENTS

Health & Ecotoxicity

Healthy VOC Levels

Resources

Designed for Recycling or Reuse

Corporate Social Responsibility

Complies with Australian Law

Certified Environmental Management System

Fit For Purpose Certified

Building Code of Australia Compliant

≥10 year warranty

Replacement parts available

Manufacturer take back policy (verified)

Rating Tools

Green Star – GBCA

More information:

The products have successfully passed the  relevant GreenTag Standard’s Cautionary Assessment Process  and no issues of concern or red lights comments exist regarding the toxicity of the products.

sustainability criteria satisfied