METALWORKS® Ceilings & Walls


METALWORKS® Ceilings & Walls

TOP 3 Benefits:
• Health & Eco-toxicity
• Product Stewardship
• Fit for Purpose

Armstrong Metalworks® ceilings and walls are designed to offer both acoustic performance with contemporary design. The metal ceiling panels are available in a wide range of standard and custom sizes, profiles, perforation patterns and colours to provide visual impact and satisfy unique acoustical needs. Sound absorption (NRC) is up to 0.90 with sound blocking (CAC) up to 39dB. Light reflectance is up to 85% and Sag/Humidity resistance is RH99.

Armstrong Metal ceiling offer durability in terms soil resistance, scratch resistance, scrubbability and washability.  These metal ceilings conform to BCA Spec C1.10 and are tested to AS/NZS 3837: 1998 –Group 1 and ISO 5660 – Group 1-S.

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The scope of certification includes V -P500 Acoustical Baffles, R-H215 Hook-on, R-H200 Hook-on, D-H700 Island, B-H300 and B-L302 Linear, K-H400 Tartan, F-H600 & F-L601 Corridor panels, Planks, One Way Hook-On, Modular, Vector, Clip in, Lay-in and W-H1000/1100 Wall Cladding. Also includes Soundtex Acoustical Scrim applied to back of perforated panel. 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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GreenTag Downloads:

Download Product Certificate

Download Product Health Declaration (PHD)

Certified under:

Global GreenTag Standard v4.0

Rating tools relevance:

GreenStar “Design and As Built v1.3” and “Interiors v1.3” Rating Tools Credits:
• Sustainable Products
GreenStar “Performance 1.2” Rating Tools Credit:
• Refurbishment Materials
WELL V1.0 Features- IWBI
• Feature 04 VOC Reduction
• Feature 97 Material Transparency Part 1 Material Information
WELL V2.0 Features- IWBI
• X06 VOC Restrictions (Part2)
• X07 Material Transparency (Part 1&3)
• X08 Material Optimization (Part 1&2)