Ceiling // Baffles
Wing ceiling baffles give designers a new angle to play with scale and form, light and shadow, color and tone. Combine them with other baffle shapes if you like. They easily install to create a sound-absorbing mass, drop room reverberation, and add visual interest anywhere. Ceiling baffles are a great first course in your soundscaping strategy.
Minimum Acoustic NRC Rating
Soundscaping with ceiling baffles is an easily installed method of building a sweeping mass of sound-absorbing surface into a space that is often sound reflective. At the same time, ceiling baffles offer designers an interesting opportunity to design this plane in anything from a very quiet to a quite dynamic expression of color and form.
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.45 to .60 minimum
Wing angle runs 4″ to 8″
or 5″ to 10″
or 6″ to 12″
(Custom sizes available upon request)
AS ISO 9705: 2003 Group 1, ASTM E84-17a Class A, ISO 9705: 1993 Group 1
NEW – CAN/ULC S102-2018 (1/2″)
1. Choose your surfaces.
Soundscape your space by placing enough sound absorption where it has the greatest impact. Hint: adjoining surfaces with sound absorbing materials reduce reverberation faster.
2. Select a color, pattern, or cut.
Choose from our broad palette and pattern gallery, or use our custom capabilities to design your own.
3. Measure your installation space.
Take the dimensions and get in touch so we can help you soundscape your space efficiently.