role-selection
Welcome!
We'd like to make your visit as useful as possible. Please tell us your role so we can offer you the most relevant information on future visits. (This is the only time we'll ask you!)
Select a Role:
role-selection-error ERROR
* Please select a role and press SUBMIT
Thanks!
Please help us expand this feature by telling us your role.
(optional)
No Thanks      

Fastrack Performance Data


Product Type
Ceilings Walls Suspension Systems Trims & Transitions Building Perimeter Systems Drywall Grid Systems

Chat Live

Fire

Metal ceiling panels are inherently incombustible, however the paint surface and acoustical fleece backing can contribute to fire if not properly formulated. RH 200 Plank System panels have been tested according to ASTM E 84 and are certified Class A by Factory Mutual:

  • Flame spread: less than 25
  • Smoke generation: less than 50

Acoustics

Acoustical correction is provided by the factory application of a black acoustical fleece. Additional correction can be provided by the addition of a fiberglass pad behind the fleece.

  • NRC rating, perforated with fleece: 0.65 (12% open) to 0.70 (40% open)
  • NRC rating, perforated with fleece and fiberglass pad: 0.90 (22% open)

Light Reflectance

Light reflectance of Fastrack Systems is dependent on the selection of color and perforation. The results below were obtained using a photospectrometer with a D65 10 degree setting: perforated panels were backed with black acoustical fleece.

Perforation

Open Area

Global White

Silver Grey

Gun Metal Grey

Unperforated

0%

89.45%

43.10%

22.24%

Rd 1511

11%

59.65%

37.13%

22.31%

Rd 324  

20%

62.31%

38.24%

23.17%

Air Flow

Fastrack Systems are not normally considered for use as air supply or return elements. However, pressure drop and flow rate data is available from Armstrong on variety of perforation types.

Exterior Applications

The Fastrack System is designed essentially as an interior system. However, under certain circumstances the system can be installed in exterior soffit situations. Modifications to meet exterior requirements will typically include:

  • Exterior coating finish specifications
  • Restricted panel sizes to meet specified wind loads
  • Additional hold down clips and increased frequency of support elements

Call 877-ARMSTRONG for full data and test results on the performance topics listed above.

PLEASE NOTE

Please provide a properly formatted email address. (example: email@company.com)
My Armstrong | View Cart
Change Country | Français Canada
Search
COMMERCIAL CEILINGS & WALLS | USA & Canada