Acoustic ceiling tiles provide acoustical sound absorption to ensure privacy in personal offices. Learn about the acoustic ceiling products recommended for private offices from Armstrong.
Office - Private Office
A closed office carries an expectation of privacy.
- A well designed wall that extends from slab-to-slab will limit sound intrusion between adjacent rooms, and will normally preserve
privacy while reducing distractions.
- If the wall height is only to the ceiling, then the suspended ceiling must both absorb sound within the room to provide adequate
sound quality, and block sound transmission through the ceiling plenum, to provide privacy between the adjacent spaces.
- The addition of wall treatments can further reduce reverberation and enhance speech privacy.
High NRC / CAC
|UL Acoustics Summary - Acoustical Product Test Data - Individual Frequency Data|
|Office Acoustics: Attaining Speech Privacy in Open and Closed Plan Environments CS-3712|