Armstrong Ceilings announced that it has teamed with five industry partners in lighting fixtures, air diffusers and chilled beams to create components that are pre-qualified for fit and finish in the company’s TechZone Ceiling System.
Armstrong Ceilings announced that it has teamed with five
industry partners in lighting fixtures, air diffusers and chilled beams to
create components that are pre-qualified for fit and finish in the company’s
TechZone Ceiling System.
TechZone is the first and only acoustical ceiling system that
places lighting, including LED lights, diffusers, and sprinklers in a narrow 4
or 6 inch wide technical zone, or new chilled beam technologies in a 12 inch
wide technical zone, organizing all the services in the plenum to help create
an uncluttered ceiling visual.
When installed with a special TechZone yoke component, the 6
inch wide technical zone can also accommodate continuous linear lighting and
air diffusers for even more of a clean, uninterrupted look.
The new partners are the Kurt Versen Company, Litecontrol, and
Lunera Lighting Inc. all of which manufacture lighting fixtures; Price
Industries, which manufactures air diffusers; and TROX USA Inc., which
manufactures chilled beams.
By teaming with the nation’s leading lighting, diffuser,
sprinkler, and chilled beam manufacturers, Armstrong is able to provide an
engineered, totally integrated, easy-to-specify ceiling system that uses
standard components but creates a clean, custom look in a space, without the
long lead times and cost often associated with custom materials to achieve the
The system eliminates the need for penetrations in the ceiling
panels, making them more aesthetically pleasing and easier to install.
Maintenance hassles and panel damage are also limited since all services are
housed in the technical zone.
In addition, all ceiling panels, technical panels, light
fixtures, and diffusers are available in lay-in and tegular versions to ensure
that all components align precisely for a uniform look. The technical zones
also coordinate visually with both Armstrong Optima and Ultima fine textured
Easily installed in standard suspension systems, Optima and
Ultima ceiling panels both provide exceptional noise reduction and light
reflectance. And, in terms of sustainability, the combination of TechZone and
High Light Reflectance Optima or Ultima ceiling panels can contribute to LEED
points for recycled content, daylighting, and energy consumption.
For more information, visit armstrong.com/techzone.
Armstrong Adds Five More Partners Offering Components Compatible With TechZone Ceilings
October 12, 2010