Richness of Natural Wood Now Available with Armstrong's Grid-Hiding Vector Visual

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Armstrong expands Vector family of ceilings with introduction of new WoodWorks panels

Armstrong WOODWORKS Vector CHICAGO, June 10 -- The clean, sophisticated, upscale ceiling visual of Armstrong’s unique Vector grid-hiding edge detail is now available in finely-crafted ceiling panels that reflect the richness of natural wood.

Armstrong has expanded its Vector family of suspended ceilings with the introduction of WoodWorks Vector ceilings. The new addition is offered in three standard veneers – beech, cherry and white maple – and 68 custom veneers in either perforated or unperforated panels. Perforated panels provide better acoustical performance than non-perforated panels.

WoodWorks Vector ceilings are designed for use in high visibility areas where the classic look of wood is desired, such as signature spaces in corporate, hospitality and retail environments. The panels are produced without the use of extra chemical face treatments, resulting in a pure millwork visual and a Class A fire rating.

They join a Vector family of ceilings that already includes Ultima Vector, a smooth, fine textured mineral fiber panel designed for use where high sound absorption and light reflectance are required; Optima® Vector, a fiberglass panel designed for open plans and other areas where high acoustical performance is required; and MetalWorks Vector, a metal panel designed for high visibility spaces where the durability and look of metal are required.

More Monolithic in Appearance

The panels feature the patented Vector edge detail to produce a sleek 1/4" reveal that minimizes the visible grid, thereby creating a ceiling that is much more monolithic in appearance than ordinary suspended ceilings.

The 2’x 2’ panels install in a 15/16" exposed tee suspension system, which makes them ideal for renovation applications as well as new construction. Because there is no need to replace or re-paint an existing grid system, renovation projects can be completed quickly and cost-effectively with minimal workplace disruption.

Vector ceilings also ensure more damage-free applications, because the panels feature upward installation and downward accessibility. This increases the durability of the ceiling by reducing the possibility of damage to the panels caused by hanger wires and other obstructions in the plenum.

WoodWorks Vector ceilings also offer unique seismic and safety solutions to meet both installer and ongoing maintenance needs.

For more information see: Browse Ceilings by Wood Ceilings

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