Triton Acoustic Panels with Steel Edges

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• Health & Ecotoxicity
• High Acoustic Properties
• Take Back Scheme

Asona Triton 40 Sports Panels are ISO 11654 certified sound absorbers with class A or B ratings. They provide efficient control of room reverberation times and background noise levels with minimal use of materials. This means more sound absorption per m2 or kg of material used compared to other material types.

They are available in a wide range of standard and custom decorative finishes, shapes, sizes, colours and edge wrapped options, they are ideal to be used in classrooms, gymnasiums, halls and corridors to control reverberation and background noise levels. Triton 40 Sports Panels are light-weight so the risk in seismic prone areas is low, non-combustible, low VOC, easy to handle and install due to its unique composite construction designed to be easily disassembled, renewed and reused in buildings to extent the product life.

Triton Duo Composite, Triton Acoustic Panels with Aluminium or Steel edges are also ISO 11654 certified composite acoustical ceiling panels with predominantly class A ratings. They are designed to provide high sound absorption to control reverberation time with high mass to attenuate transmitted rain noise from metal roofs, noise from plenum mounted services or cross talk between offices.

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This certificate is only valid in New Zealand. The products have successfully passed the relevant GreenTag Standard’s Cautionary Assessment Process and no issues of concern or red lights comments exist regarding the toxicity of the products.

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Global GreenTag Standard v3.2

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GreenStar NZ Credits :
o MAT-3: Sustainable Materials
o MAT-4: Low Emitting Materials