Stanford Hotel School Acoustic Ceiling Tile Case Study | Stanford Hotel, Sydney

Stanford Hotel, Sydney

Product Description: Cell Air

Cell Air plaster acoustic ceiling panels are manufactured from reinforced casting plaster and offer excellent sound absorption, controlled sound transmission and decorative finishes.

The panels are essentially perforated cast plaster ceiling sheets that are also suitable for installation as a feature wall as well as ceilings.

Panel Features

V-Edged panel, perforated with a set of 14 x 14 circular holes, 55 mm opening at the mouth, tapering to 53 mm at the rear; holes at 86 mm centres, open area percentage 30.0% based on 53 mm throat opening.

  1. Full acoustic perforations
  2. Simple installation screw fix to steel or timber battens
  3. Flush jointing
  4. Precise lines
  5. Three unique and innovative designs
Panel Benefits
  • High sound absorption
  • Reduces noise reverberation
  • Unique and innovative designs which can only be achieved with cast plaster
  • Prevents dust entering into room space
  • Reduces echo
  • Able to help to distinguish between music and speech

Cell Air Sound Absorption Test Results

AS ISO 354–2006 “Acoustics–Measurement of sound absorption in a reverberation room”
AS ISO 11654–2002 (ISO 11654:1997) “Acoustics–Rating of sound absorption–Materials and systems”

αw = 0.70
SAA = 0.84
NRC = 0.85

Physical Properties

Tile Thickness 15 mm
Size 1200mm x 1200mm
Open Area 31.8 %
Mass 12.50 kg/m2
Weight per tile 18 Kg kg

Acoustic ceiling tiles are supplied underside of tile sealed off with a plaster skim coat as standard. Please contact us for unsealed options.

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Rondo Suspension System

Furring channel 28mm thick Steel Stud (walls) 64, 76, 92 wide