Armstrong Special Application Ceiling Systems provide architects and contractors with many options for creating sustainable ceiling systems. They also support applications that require panels with a wider face. From a design perspective, there are options that can help you hide the attachment between the molding and grid, and even eliminate the need for hangar wires and pop rivets.
Using Armstrong Ceiling Suspension Systems for Your Building Project
If you are designing a new building, possibly considering specifying Special Application Ceiling Suspension Systems, or your client has specified Armstrong materials, give us a call. Someone from our experienced sales team can sit down with you and help you pick the right system for your needs.
High Recycled Content Grid
Armstrong offers the only standard High Recycled Content Grid with their standard Prelude XL HRC and Suprafine XL — no special order is required. Spec a sustainable ceiling system today combining Armstrong HRC grid with their sustainable ceiling panels.
Clean Room Grid Systems
Armstrong Co-Extruded Clean Room grid systems offer a 15/16″ and wider, 1-1/2″ face to facilitate the use of clean room panels.
Acoustical Locking Angle Framing System
This system eliminates the need for hangar wires and pop rivets. It provides no visible means of attachment between the grid and molding, and has locking tabs for use with 24″ panels. By using gussets and mounting rails, this system provides an alternative method of grid attachment when straight drops for hangar wires aren not possible. This system also helps reduce labor costs in congested plenum installations.