Suspended ceiling tiles
Do you need suspended ceiling tiles? EASY Noise Control offers high quality acoustic ceiling tiles from different brands. Do you have an old suspended ceiling? Are the tiles dirty, discoloured or non-acoustic? We offer a nice range of clean, smooth and very good absorbing suspended ceiling tiles.
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More about suspended ceiling tiles
Everyone is familiar with suspended ceiling tiles. In an average office, there is always a place where they can be found. Look up in a canteen, toilet, or on the shop floor and chances are you have a suspended ceiling.
The suspended ceiling tiles often last a long time. Sometimes it can be pleasant to replace them. Not only for a fresh look, but also because old tiles are not always acoustic or evenly finished.
The acoustic ceiling tiles of the brands we use are very sleek and evenly finished. This makes them suitable for any modern building. So even if you have a new building in which suspended ceiling tiles are used, you can contact one of these brands.
Selecting suspended ceiling tiles
It is always good to start with the type of suspended ceiling tile you need. After all, there are differences in the edge finish (or design). There are separate profiles (systems) for each type of panel. The types are explained on the acoustic suspended ceilings page.
Each brand has different plates. The differences within a brand are usually in the thickness (the thicker, the better it absorbs), finish and colour range.
There are thicknesses of 15, 20, 25, and 40 mm. The most common is 20 or 25mm. One air cavity and this thickness is the absorption value on a-class.
You can choose an even thicker cavity if you want to attenuate low frequency. Or when only a small air cavity is possible. The air cavity increases the absorption value of the suspended ceiling tile.
The core of the ceiling tiles is often yellowish and brownish in colour. For a nice appearance, the tiles are therefore upgraded in one colour by the manufacturer. Usually this is the colour white.
They often do this by laminating a fleece on the board. This is a cheap technique. The disadvantage of this is that a fleece in the corners sometimes lets loose light. Folds or small cracks are also possible sooner.
Another way is to spray the sheet in colour. Most Ecophon boards are sprayed (except for a few). This is a slightly more expensive technique, but it gives the panel a more luxurious and fresher look.
Eurocoustic Tonga has a very wide range of colours. Shades of grey and black are being chosen more and more often. But sometimes it is also nice to take a few tiles in colour. This gives a cheerful and colourful look to your office. Ecophon tiles are also available in various colours on request. It can also be interesting to look at light reflection and diffusion.
All the suspended ceiling tiles we offer use the same module sizes. Most panels are available in sizes 60 x 60, 120 x 60 cm. Three-quarters of the existing suspended ceiling are made in this size. Some models also offer other sizes, such as 180 x 60 or 120 x 120 cm.
Material of brands
There is also a difference in material between the brands. For example, Ecophon uses glass wool Rockfon and Eurocoustic have stone wool as a base. Both are acoustically excellent.
The differences between these two materials (when used as system tiles) are small. In terms of sound absorption, the brands do not outdo each other. All brands have optimised their boards in terms of density and thickness so that this is in order. You can find the absorption value of each type.
Perhaps not surprisingly, but the acoustic ceiling tiles are highly fire resistant. After all, glass and/or rock wool are highly heat-resistant.
Why doesn’t EASY Noise sell gypsum vinyl or other brands?
We see a lot of suspended ceiling tiles, especially in kitchens, that are made of gypsum vinyl or other hard type of panels. A common panel is for example the OWA Sternbild.
Gypsum vinyl sheets are cheap and easy to keep clean and therefore excellent for kitchens. One major drawback: acoustically it does nothing. There is a lot of reverberation in many rooms where such tiles are installed. This makes them unlivable and unworkable spaces.
Hard mineral tiles, such as OWA Sternbild or Armstrong Sahara, are also not as strong acoustically as the variants you will find in our webshop. These boards are made of hard mineral and therefore the absorption value is often around 50-60%.
The acoustic tiles we offer usually have an absorption value of 90 to 100%. This makes them ideally suited for moments where supreme concentration and optimum intelligibility are required. Think of classrooms or open-plan offices.
Complete suspended ceiling
It is not easy to build a suspended ceiling yourself. If you are not only looking for a suspended ceiling tile, you can also come to us for the installation of an entire suspended ceiling for your new or existing building.
There are many constructors who can make a suspended ceiling. However, not every constructor has the knowledge of acoustics as we do. Our specialism is acoustics. Our starting point is to achieve good acoustics. Sometimes the choice for wall panels can be more logical.
In addition, it can be difficult to make an online choice between the various types. We are happy to think along with you for the right ceiling. Who knows, you might find that a ceiling element is better suited to your interior design? Contact us now for the possibilities.