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Mineral, Metal and Timber Ceilings.
Backed by 150 years of innovation, Armstrong World Industries Ltd is a global leader in supplying ceiling and wall solutions in market segments such as Office, Education, Health, Retail, Transport and Hospitality.
Armstrong Ceilings Range
Armstrong remains a foremost name in the building industry, known and trusted for reliable quality & technological innovations. Armstrong’s offers a peerless portfolio of materials including:
Ceiling systems include suspension systems, TECH ZONE which guarantees the integration of services such as lighting, air handling, loudspeakers, chilled beam and CoolZone, a innovative ceilingcassette which incorparates BASF Micronal phase change material.
Its ceiling systems deliver an improved environment for users’ well-being, with options that passively resist germs and reduce a building’s reliance on artificial light and air-conditioning. A peerless 30-year system warranty also gives peace of mind.
For more information, the Armstrong Ceilings app is available from both the Apple store as well as the Google Play store by clicking on one of the links below with your mobile device www.armstrong.com/CeilingDownloads-Apple or www.armstrong.com/CeilingDownloads-Android
CAD components are available three dimensional view as well as system cross section in both dwg and pdf formats and are available from: http://www.armstrong.co.uk/commclgeu/eu1/uk/gb/cad_drawings.html
Armstrong can provide product specifications for a complete range of acoustic solutions (Intelligibility, Concentration and Confidentiality) such as mineral, wood, metal tiles and canopies to invisible in-ceiling speaker systems.
We also have a number of useful acoustic tools on our acoustic micro site. A ‘reverberation simulator’ which compares the different reverberation times of various tiles to help specifiers make the best choice for their desired sound quality and a ceiling selector, complete with in-situ tile images, to assist in making decisions about style and material. For further acoustic solutions visit www.acousticalceilings.co.uk
Armstrong sustainable innovations include the following recycling schemes:
- End Of Life (EOL) Recycling Scheme - Armstrong offers a free collection programme for refurbishment / strip out projects anywhere in the UK. The ceiling tiles are 100% recycled into the mix and are processed into new ceiling tiles.
- Off Cut Recycling Scheme (OCR) - Off-cut ceiling tiles from new ceiling installations are stored on site in specially supplied bags and collected by Armstrong to be recycled into new ceiling tiles.
- New Ceilings - All Armstrong metal ceilings are recyclable and contain up to 30% recycled material. Mineral Ceilings can contain up to 82% recycled
Armstrong Ceilings was the first European mineral tile manufacturer to win Cradle to Cradle® certification for ceiling systems that comprise high recycled content to start. It also helped pioneer ceiling recycling worldwide. Its two schemes – for ceiling off-cuts and for tiles at the end of their life divert increasingly large amounts of waste from landfill every year.
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Acoustic Guide Active Acoustics
Acoustic ceiling tiles
Published [16/08/11]File size [2261 KB]
Acoustic Guide General
ARMSTRONG CEILINGS Suspended Acoustic Ceiling Tiles Document E Building Regulations
Published [16/08/11]File size [1632 KB]
AlphaCLASS Wall Frames
Published [16/08/11]File size [855 KB]
Armstrong 2015 A Book of European Projects
Suspended Ceiling Systems, Acoustic Canopies, Panels
Published [27/04/15]File size [6847 KB]
Armstrong A Book 2013.
Ther complete guide to Armstrong Ceilings range of suspended ceilings and ceiling tiles. Armstrongs extensive ranges include acoustic, hygienic and fire resistant ceilings.
Published [04/07/13]File size [6362 KB]
Armstrong Alan Gilbert Manchester Case Study
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Armstrong AXIOM Ceilings Brochure
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Armstrong Ceiling Product Brochure 2014 - 2015
Armstrong Ceilings complete range of fabric, mineral, metal and wooden suspended ceiling tiles, canopies and baffles. The Armstrong ranges include curved ceilings, fire resistant panels, hygienic, acoustic, linear and perforated ceiling systems.
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Armstrong Ceilings for Hotels
Armstrongs Ceiling Tiles and systems for Hotels
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ARMSTRONG CEILINGS TECH ZONE brochure
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Armstrong CLEAN ROOM Grid System
ARMSTRONG CEILINGS Suspended Hygienic Ceiling Tiles
Published [27/04/15]File size [369 KB]
Armstrong CoolZone - Lightweight Thermal Mass for Classroom Comfort
wall-to-wall ceiling solution
Published [21/04/15]File size [1564 KB]
Armstrong Cradle 2 Cradle Silver Ceiling & Wall systems
Published [24/10/13]File size [502 KB]
Armstrong Education Brochure
ARMSTRONG CEILINGS Acoustic Tiles
Published [06/01/14]File size [2286 KB]
Armstrong Effects on Metal
Armstrong Ceiling and Walling tiles
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Armstrong Healthcare Ceiling & Wall Systems
Ceiling tiles for hospitals and hygienic environments
Published [27/04/15]File size [1470 KB]
Armstrong Island Ceiling & Walls Brochure
ARMSTRONG CEILINGS free hanging ceiling tiles
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Armstrong Metal Acoustic Baffles
Published [08/05/14]File size [1080 KB]
Armstrong Metal Canopy
Metal Ceiling Concave Canopy
Published [21/04/15]File size [514 KB]
Armstrong Mezzanine DL 100
Published [06/01/14]File size [232 KB]
Armstrong Optima Baffles Curves
high performance acoustic baffles
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Armstrong Optima Canopy
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Armstrong Overview Ceilings UK
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Armstrong Paddington Station Case Study
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Armstrong Perla Range
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Armstrong S clip F Metal Ceilings System
Square & Rectangular tiles
Published [06/01/14]File size [1495 KB]
Armstrong Transport Leaflet
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Armstrong Ultima + Brochure
whiter brighter ceiling tiles
Published [22/04/15]File size [3442 KB]
Armstrong United Airlines T2 Case Study
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Armstrong Wood Brochure 2015
Armstrong wood ceilings, A range of solid timber and veneer wooden suspended ceiling tiles.
Published [20/06/15]File size [1806 KB]
Armstrong Wood Concealed Ceiling Leaflet
Published [14/02/13]File size [1888 KB]
Armstrong Wood Veneers Chart
Published [14/02/13]File size [592 KB]
Grid brochure UK
Armstrong Ceilings Suspension Systems
Published [17/12/12]File size [5582 KB]
Mesh Metal Ceiling
Suspended Ceiling Tiles
Published [24/04/12]File size [618 KB]
Metal Premium OP19
ARMSTRONG CEILINGS TILES Steel suspended ceiling panels
Published [24/04/12]File size [1153 KB]
Metal System Overview
ARMSTRONG CEILINGS Perforated Suspended Ceiling Tiles
Published [17/05/12]File size [1978 KB]
New Environment Brochure
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Suspension Ceiling & Wall Catalogue 2013 / 2014
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Suspension systems overview
ARMSTRONG CEILINGS Tiles
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Armstrong Ceilings help transform the multi-storey Parsons Tower
Armstrong Ceilings help transform the multi-storey Parsons Tower
A myriad of acoustic ceiling systems from Armstrong feature on a new-look college building.
An unparalleled range of acoustic ceiling systems from one manufacturer - Armstrong - has helped transform a 1970s tower of teaching into an "exciting and stimulating learning environment to reflect 21st Century education".
The £13million refurbishment of the 11-storey Parsons Tower which was built in 1973, shortly after the amalgamation of the College of Further Education and Technical College to form Newcastle College, features multiple material ceiling systems in areas ranging from the main canteen through the lecture hall to a bespoke children's AV space.
Sean Gallagher, associate at regular Armstrong specifiers Red Box Architecture said: "Key spaces such as the ground-floor reception utilised linear metal plank solutions with integral light fittings [Armstrong's B-H 300 microperforated system with OP19 acoustic infill) to create a dynamic light and airy feel to the main visitor experience, suspended acoustic rectangular and square canopies on a black plasterboard background [Armstrong's Optima L 1200 x 240mm & 1200 x 1200mm canopies] provided variety and interest to the main refectory, and classrooms benefited from the additional reflected light from white metal ceilings [Armstrong's metal MicroLook 16 microperforated 600 x 600mm tiles with OP19] throughout for background lighting."
The 7,000m2 of Armstrong systems used at Newcastle College include Axal Vector metal lay-in tiles, Dune Max Tegular, Parafon Hygien and black Nevada Board mineral tiles, black Mesh metal tiles, B-H 300 metal planks, MicroLook 16 microperforated metal tiles and Optima L canopies. In addition, Armstrong's Axiom Vector profiles provided a seamless transition between plasterboard, other acoustic finishes and Axal Vector metal tiles.
They were specified by Red Box Architecture as they "represent good value for money and give optimum acoustic performance combined with long-term durability and low maintenance which are essential factors for large educational establishments."
Sean Gallagher added: "The ceilings are fundamental to the visual appearance of all key spaces, providing the architect with a varied palette of functional options and visual effects."
More about rejuvenating the building than a simple superficial refurbishment, the work has given the building a new lease of life, extending its usable life by 30 to 40 years.
Externally, it presents a completely new face to the Newcastle city skyline while internally the floor plates have been altered to provide new and quality environments offering first-class learning and real-life working experiences for the expanding curriculum of Health and Enterprise.
This includes training environments such as the hospital wards on levels two to seven (where Armstrong's MicroLook 16 microperforated metal tiles have been used), as well as child care and specialist care where the students can practice and develop their knowledge.
Reconfiguring the ground-floor, which had been the target for vandalism, and entrance/break out/lobby areas with Armstrong's unique secure but accessible metal Axal Vector tiles has improved the arrival experience of staff, students and visitors and includes Armstrong's black Mesh metal tiles above the semi-circular reception desk, a café where Armstrong's metal MicroLook 16 microperforated tiles have been used, and kitchen where Armstrong's ISO 5 standard Parafon Hygien tiles have been used for their balance of white visual comfort, washability and cleanroom performance. At this level there is also the refectory where Armstrong's square Optima L canopies have been used, student services and Learning Resource Centre.
Nearby, a double-height lift lobby features Armstrong's rectangular Optima L canopies while levels eight to 10 now feature a mix of classrooms and a Learning Resource Centre for Higher Education students.
The Armstrong systems were supplied by SIG Interiors Tyneside and installed over eight months by Omega contractor Bill Mordue Interiors.
"The client is delighted with the end result," said Sean.
Curved baffles pioneered by Armstrong Ceilings
Curved baffles pioneered by Armstrong Ceilings
Armstrong Ceilings has stolen an industry first with the launch of curved mineral baffles to enhance its existing range of rectangular ones.
The mineral Optima curved baffles feature all the benefits of the traditional rectangular ones but with the added twist of a unique waveform edge which allows designers to create a fresh aesthetic without compromising acoustic performance.
Armstrong's original range of mineral and metal rectangular baffles was very well received by architects and specifiers and the new curved mineral range retains the mineral baffles' signature feature of pre-fitted and re-positionable spiral anchors for easy alignment and installation, saving sub-contractors time on site.
Especially suitable for large open spaces with contemporary exposed soffits such as transport hubs, schools and offices, the new curved baffles are ready to fix from a standard suspension grid or direct from the soffit to give easy plenum access, arrayed or staggered for an even more exciting dynamic.
Available in two sizes and painted white on all edges for high light reflectance of 87%, the new curved baffles provide sound absorption on all surfaces, either as a "planar" absorber when installed as a linear array, or as a "discreet" absorber when installed as separate decorative elements.
Manufactured from 80% recycled content and 90% resistant to humidity, they bring a peerless aesthetic to any large open areas where normal suspended grid fixing is not possible, being particularly ideal for low-energy buildings using high thermal mass construction techniques, naturally lit areas with skylights, or higher-profile areas where a distinctive but economical acoustic solution is required.
Armstrong's new Optima curved baffles are also available in any RAL colour and in bespoke sizes and shapes for refurbishment as well as new-build projects and are supported by CAD drawings available from www.armstrong-ceilings.co.uk or http://www.armstrong.co.uk/commclgeu/eu1/uk/gb/baffle-optima-curves.html# .