"Triangles" and "Squares" Looks Added to Tincraft Line of Suspended Ceilings
New Visuals Feature Embossed Metal Looks
CHICAGO, June 18, 2001 -- Armstrong has added two classic architectural tin ceiling patterns to its Tincraft collection of suspended ceilings.
Called "Triangles" and "Squares," the new visuals both feature embossed metal looks that were popular in the early 20th century. "Triangles" offers an Art-Deco look featuring 6-inch triangles with embossed fans in the corners. "Squares" is more Victorian in nature, highlighted by a series of 6-inch squares in a very soft, historical tin design.
Measuring 24"x 24" in size, "Triangles" and "Squares" panels are both designed for installation in 9/16" grid. Both panels also feature flush tegular edges that help the panels lay flat, thereby camouflaging the suspension system.
Like "Circles," the third member of the Tincraft collection, the new panels offer an affordable, practical alternative to traditional tin and metal ceilings. They also provide safer, easier installation plus accessibility into the plenum.
"Triangles" and "Squares" are expected to find applications in boutiques and other types of specialty retail stores, as well as restaurants, lounges, clubs and a variety of other hospitality spaces. The panels are not recommended for areas requiring acoustical absorption.
To obtain additional information on Tincraft ceilings, call 1-877-ARMSTRONG (1-877-276-7876) or visit www.armstrong.com on the Internet.
Armstrong Holdings, Inc. is a global leader in the design, innovation and manufacture of ceilings and floors. Based in Lancaster, PA, Armstrong has nearly 15,000 employees worldwide. In 2000, Armstrong’s net sales totaled more than $3.0 billion.
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