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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 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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1. Armstrong Ceilings A-Book Brochure 2018
suspended ceilings, Acoustic panels.
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2. Armstrong Ceilings A.book Retail 2017
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3. Armstrong UK Metal Ceilings Walls Brochure
Published [23/02/18]File size [20110 KB]
4. Armstrong Dune eVo Ceiling Brochure
Published [23/02/18]File size [4036 KB]
5. Armstrong Prelude 24 TLS Brochure
metal hook ceiling grid
Published [23/02/18]File size [2456 KB]
6. Armstrong Ceilings Catalogue UK 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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7. Armstrong Ceiling & Wall Solutions Catalogue
Ceiling mainline brochure 2018 uk The ultimate guide to ceiling and wall solutions
Published [20/07/18]File size [33608 KB]
Armstronc METAL Clip In + Premium OP19
Published [16/01/17]File size [8622 KB]
Armstrong Acoustical Guide - General Definitions
Published [12/01/17]File size [680 KB]
Armstrong Active Acoustical Guide - Role of ceilings in active acoustics
Acoustic ceiling tiles
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Armstrong AlphaCLASS Wall Frames
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Armstrong AXIOM Ceilings Brochure
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Armstrong B-H 300 System - Linear Grid
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Armstrong Ceilings Education Brochure UK
Ceiling solutions to enhance education
Published [12/12/18]File size [13560 KB]
Armstrong COOLZONE - Lightweight Thermal Mass for Classroom Comfort
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Armstrong COOLZONE Brochure
wall-to-wall ceiling solution
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Armstrong Cradle to Cradle - Bronze
Cradle to Cradle Bronze Ceiling & Wall Systems
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Armstrong D-H 700 System - Floating Ceilings
Metal ceiling systems
Published [16/01/17]File size [1352 KB]
Armstrong Drywall Grid Systems Brochure
DGS FLAT, CURVED & SHORTSPAN DRYWALL GRID SYSTEMS TECHNICAL GUIDE
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Armstrong Effects on Metal
ceiling solutions, Armstrong Ceiling and Walling tiles
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Armstrong Environment Green Building Brochure
ceiling and wall energy efficient - Green Energy Efficient Building Brochure
Published [12/12/18]File size [899 KB]
Armstrong F-Clip Access System - Corridor Ceilings
Published [16/01/17]File size [1378 KB]
Armstrong F-H 600 System - Corridor Ceiling
Metal ceiling systems
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Armstrong Floating Ceilings Brochure
ARMSTRONG CEILINGS Floating ceilings,Canopies and Baffles
Published [12/01/17]File size [5281 KB]
Armstrong Healthcare Ceiling & Wall Systems
Ceiling tiles for hospitals and hygienic environments
Published [12/12/18]File size [1306 KB]
Armstrong Installation Guidelines for Seismic Applications
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Armstrong K-H400 System - Tartan Grid
Metal ceiling systems
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Armstrong Metal Baffles
Metal Acoustic Baffles
Published [08/05/14]File size [1080 KB]
Armstrong Metal Canopy
Metal Ceiling Concave Canopy
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Armstrong Metal Ceilings
ARMSTRONG CEILINGS Perforated Suspended Ceiling Tiles
Published [16/12/16]File size [1979 KB]
Armstrong METAL Clip-In + Premium B15
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Armstrong METAL systems with TrioGuard™ dirt resistant coating
METAL SYSTEMS with TrioGuard™ dirt resistant coating
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Armstrong MEZZANINE DL 100
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Armstrong ON-CENTER LINEAR LIGHTING Brochure
Armstrong Ceilings Linear Lighting with XAL
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Armstrong OPTIMA Baffles
High performance acoustic baffles
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Armstrong OPTIMA Baffles Curves
high performance acoustic baffles
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Armstrong Passive Acoustical Guide - Role of ceilings in passive acoustics
metal ceiling systems, ceilings in passive acoustics
Published [16/01/17]File size [764 KB]
Armstrong PERLA Brochure
acoustical performance PERLA Ceiling Solutions Brochure
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Armstrong Q-Clip System - Square Tiles
Metal ceiling systems
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Armstrong R-Clip System - Rectangular Panels/Planks
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Armstrong R-H 200 System - Rectangular Panels/Planks
metal ceiling systems
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Armstrong R-H 215 System - Rectangular Panels/Planks
Metal ceiling systems
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Armstrong R-L 201 System - Square & Rectangular Tiles
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Armstrong S-Clip F System - Square & Rectangular Tiles
Square & Rectangular tiles
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Armstrong Segment Leaflet - Healthcare Solutions
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Armstrong Segment Leaflet - Restaurant & Cafeteria Solutions
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Armstrong Segment Leaflet - Transport Solutions
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Armstrong Suspension Ceiling Systems 2016
Published [12/01/17]File size [15606 KB]
Armstrong Suspension Ceilings & Wall Systems
Suspension systems overview
Published [17/05/16]File size [792 KB]
Armstrong T-Clip F System -Square & Rectangular Tiles
ceiling tiles Square & rectangular tiles
Published [13/01/17]File size [2216 KB]
Armstrong TECHZONE Brochure
TechZone Ceiling Systems
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Armstrong Ultima Plus Brochure
whiter brighter ceiling tiles
Published [19/12/17]File size [2305 KB]
Armstrong V-P 500 system - Vertical Baffles
Metal ceiling systems
Published [13/01/17]File size [782 KB]
Armstrong W-H 1000 System - Wall Cladding
Published [13/01/17]File size [2074 KB]
Armstrong WOOD Ceilings Brochure
ceiling and wall energy efficient
Published [26/01/17]File size [1819 KB]
Armstrong Ceilings wood solutions are enhanced naturally
Armstrong Ceilings' wood solutions are enhanced, naturally
UK's leading manufacturer goes with the grain.
With searches for ‘Statement ceilings' up by a massive 310%*, creating a signature piece out of what is often referred to as the ‘Fifth wall' has become one of the hottest interior design trends of 2018.
It is time to look up! After all, a signature ceiling can transform a space from the top down and a greater choice of materials is inspiring architects to push boundaries and seek out styles that focus the eye on this often forgotten interior space.
One material with multiple benefits for ceiling use is wood. Not only is it beautiful and timeless to look at, it is a natural, sustainable product with inherent insulating qualities whose durability makes it ideal for statement ceilings that nevertheless still have to be maintained.
With this in mind, Armstrong Ceiling Solutions has called on its extensive experience and expertise in multi-material ceiling solutions to reinvigorate its portfolio of wood solutions.
The refresh has focussed on presenting simplified and clear-cut configurable options that make even the most bespoke and intricate wood ceilings easy to specify and install, bearing in mind acoustic performance, matching grains, layouts, configurability with other materials and site conditions. This is supported by an enhanced free samples offer for veneers and patterns.
The introduction of a new 2400mm x 192mm channelled plank option also adds an extra dimension to the range and its striking wow factor is already proving popular in the Middle East.
The Armstrong range of wood solutions offers architects endless design options and stand out aesthetics with seven organic natural veneers to choose from (Ash, Maple, Oak, American Cherry, American Walnut, Natural Bamboo and Caramel Bamboo), three edge details (MicroLook, Vector and SL2) and accompanying grid systems available in an extensive palette of colours.
For complete acoustic control (the range performs up to 0.80aw), the lay-in square and rectangular tiles are offered with a choice of six perforation patterns and the channelled planks with three groove patterns. A black acoustic fleece is supplied with the perforated options.
All of Armstrong's hand-crafted and finished wood solutions are from renewable sources and are 100% recyclable, and for applications where natural wood cannot be used wood effects on metal panels, baffles and canopies are available.
Enhanced samples showcasing the organic natural veneer options, perforation patterns and edge details are available on request.
For more information or to request a free sample, please call 0800 371849 or firstname.lastname@example.org .
A trio of Armstrong Ceiling Solutions feature at the new Balloch Campus in Dumbarton.
A showcase campus which has enabled three schools to co-locate has also proved a showpiece for a trio of Armstrong Ceiling Solutions, including TechZone™, the industry’s first easy-to-specify-and-install ceiling solution with integrated technical services.
The new state-of-the-art Balloch Campus in West Dunbartonshire features three highly acoustic Armstrong Ceiling Solutions throughout – Perla OP 0.95 Tegular mineral tiles on Prelude 24 TLX grid, Parafon Hygien Board mineral tiles on a 24mm corrosion-resistant grid, and Armstrong’s revolutionary TechZone™ integrated ceiling system incorporating Perla OP MicroLook planks.
Delivered by main contractor Morgan Sindall, they were specified by architects Holmes Miller for the £16 million campus for “cost and quality” reasons and installed by Armstrong’s Green Omega specialist sub-contractor Brian Hendry Interiors.
As part of their membership of Armstrong’s Green Omega network of recycling installers Brian Hendry Interiors also recycled 300m2 of the new ceiling tile off-cuts during the installation process, preventing almost a tonne of material going to landfill and the consumption of an equivalent weight of raw materials.
For maximum acoustic comfort some 1,600m2 of Perla OP 0.95 600mm x 600mm tiles with a Tegular edge detail within a standard 24mm grid were used in offices, classrooms and stores. These tiles perform to Sound Absorption Class A and were also the first mineral ceiling tile in Europe to win Cradle to Cradle™ certification as part of the new generation of sustainable and acoustic ceilings offered by Armstrong.
In the corridors and breakout areas Armstrong’s TechZone™ integrated ceiling system was specified with a 15mm XL2 grid, fabricated to special lengths of 900, 2100 and 2400mm.
Incorporating 800m2 of Perla OP 0.95 1200mm x 300mm MicroLook, the TechZone™ system was specified to achieve the aesthetics of a linear plank system and seamlessly integrate and complement the 100mm wide linear lighting arrangement. In addition, it addressed the clutter of services above in a crowded corridor installation and provided an acoustic Class A product to reduce unwanted noise in the busy ceiling plane.
To complete the trio of Armstrong ceiling systems installed at Balloch Campus, 160m2 of Parafon Hygien 600mm x 600mm tiles, which offer Class A sound absorption, 95% humidity resistance and clean room classification to ISO 4, were used within a 24mm corrosion-resistant grid in the high humidity zones, such as the kitchen areas and stores.
The new 53,280ft2 campus has been built on the site of the former St Kessog’s Primary and provides a new home for it, along with Haldene Primary and Jamestown Primary, to create the newly-formed school, Balloch Primary Campus*. An Additional Support Needs (ASN) unit and a new Balloch Early Learning and Childcare Centre (ELCC**) are also operating at the site.
In total there are 21 open-plan flexible learning spaces for the potential 747 students, as well as a centrally-located shared administrative areas, gym halls and assembly area, while the ASN has capacity to assist 36 pupils with a varying range of support needs.
Holmes Miller said: “The joining of three separate schools with different identities is always a challenge but early and focused community and pupil engagement informed our design from the outset. The open-plan approach allows for modern and multi-faceted environments which encourage agile working and enable open and collaborative ways of teaching.”
The £16 million campus represents a major investment in the education offering in the area by West Dunbartonshire Council through what is now the Scottish Procurement Alliance. This supports the efficient construction, refurbishment and maintenance of social housing and public buildings throughout Scotland.
With multiple stakeholders across the three schools and the local authority, the framework procurement route afforded early-stage collaboration on design, budget and timescales. The 16-month steel frame build to BIM Level 2 was completed on schedule and to budget.
Brian Hendry Interiors had a team of up to 16 operatives, including apprentices, on site for five months
Brian Hendry said: “We were involved initially on the project to assist with the ceiling design and detailing, three months prior to starting on site, with both Morgan Sindall’s site team and the architect. During this process we assisted with the detailing of the plasterboard bulkheads and the Armstrong TechZone™ solution to the main corridor/breakout areas due to the visual appearance the architect was trying to achieve.
“As the TechZone™ ceiling system was a bespoke product, the design process was time-consuming, ensuring compatibility with the proposed services and paying particular attention during the procurement process to ensure the correct ordering of products, as this all had to be done at the front end of the project to ensure we had enough to complete.”
He added: “Armstrong’s technical team provided the design and technical support by attending meetings with the design team to ensure the solutions offered matched the client’s expectations, produced CAD drawings, technical literature and samples, and ensured the product was delivered within the required programme timescales.”
David Lannigan, senior operations manager at Morgan Sindall, said: “Merging three existing schools into a modern campus, which offers an improved learning experience for children in the area, was a major undertaking for West Dunbartonshire Council. But the finished campus will deliver lasting benefits to education provision in the region.”
More information is accessible via the Armstrong Ceilings website https://www.armstrongceilings.com/commercial/en-gb/.