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BUILDING CONSTRUCTION AND

MATERIAL TECHNOLOGY

TOPIC:-
Acoustic Panel False Ceiling

MADHUR ALIMCHANDANI
PRATIK GAWASE
TARUN SEBASTIAN

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CONTENTS:-

FALSE CEILING 3
ACOUSTIC PANELS 4
INSTALLATION 5
INSTALLATION DETAILS 6-8
BENEFITS 9
MARKET SURVEY 10
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FALSE CEILING
A False ceiling is a secondary ceiling, hung below the
main (structural) ceiling also referred as dropped
ceiling , or suspended ceiling

Plenum
space

Used for
# wiring
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# piping
# ducting
ACOUSTIC PANELS
Acoustic panels are a range of semi-rigid to rigid, non-
combustible mineral wool slabs manufactured from glass
fibre bonded with a high performance bio-based,
formaldehydefree binder.

Acoustic panels are free from CFCs, HCFCs and any other
material with ozone depletion potential in their
manufacture and content and represent no known threat to
the environment. The manufacturing process has a low
impact on the environment and is classified as Zero ODP
and Zero GWP. (Manufacturing)

Fire Rating: Class A


(non-combustible) 4
INSTALLATION
A typical dropped ceiling consists of a grid-work of metal
channels in the shape of an upside-down "T", suspended on
wires from the overhead structure.
These channels snap together in a regularly spaced pattern
typically a 22 or 44 foot

Each cell is filled with lightweight Acoustic Panels" which


simply drop or slides into the grid.

Tiles can be selected with a variety of colures and designs.

Light fixtures, HVAC air grilles, and other fixtures are


available which can fit the same space as a panel for easy
installation.
Acoustic panel is easily cut to allow fixtures in other shapes,
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such as incandescent lights, speakers, and fire sprinkler
heads.
INSTALLATION
DETAILS(3D)

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DETAIL (A)

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Detail B
BENEFITS OF ACOUSTIC CEILINGS

Acoustic tile is very sound absorbent, taking the


harshness out of a hard ceiling. In addition to reducing
echo and improving sound quality in a room, an
acoustic ceiling can also reduce noise that permeates
from one story of a house to another.
It is handy for hiding pipes, wires, and other unsightly
necessities while allowing easy access for repairs or
remodeling. This makes acoustic ceilings a popular
choice for basement remodels.
Highly light reflective, acoustic tiles let more available
light reflect back into the room, and save money in
utility costs. The panels come in different levels of
humidity resistance, reflectivity, and fire resistance. 9
MARKET SURVEY

Company Size Noise Cost Thickness


(Acoustic Reduction
Panel) Coefficient

Armstrong 2 ft. x 2ft. 0.50- 0.70 100-250 12mm-19mm

Armstrong 4 ft. x 4 ft. 0.70 400 12mm-19mm

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