Shown above: Axiom Canopy (l), Ultima+ dB (m)  and Perla OP 0.95 (r)


Our acoustic ceiling panels provide the appropriate combination of sound absorption and sound attenuation. 

Noise can impede concentration, healing, and learning. Armstrong ceiling tiles with balanced acoustics feature the ideal combination of both sound absorption and sound attenuation - giving you complete noise control and design flexibility for every space. These tiles meet the needs of both open and closed plan environments, so the ceiling has the ideal acoustical performance even if your facility manager needs to reconfigure spaces. 


Acoustical Solutions for Every Space

Acoustical treatment is not just sound absorption. Because every space has specific acoustical needs, Armstrong is offering you 3 options:                                 


Continuing Education

Acoustics and Suspended Ceilings


Find out more about our RIBA Acoustics and Suspended Ceilings CPD.

Core Curriculum
7 - Designing and building it: design, construction, technology and engineering - General Awareness

Other Performance Criteria to Consider

Clean Room Mould/Mildew Resistance Sound Attenuation
Disinfection Resistance Scratch Resistance Sustainability
Fire Reaction Scrubbability VOC Emissions
Humidity Resistance Seismic Washability
Light Reflectance Sound Absorption