Edinburgh based Architects LDN have specified the Hunter Douglas Luxalon 300A closed ceiling system for the lecture theatres and concourse areas at the University’s Adam Ferguson Building, where 452m2 of the product was recently installed by ceiling Contractor Gyplok on behalf of main contractor Interserve. The ease of cleaning and additionally, the standard perforated with a sound absorbing non-woven tissue glued into the panel, make the Luxalon panels ideal for applications such as the Adam Ferguson Building project where both hygiene and excellent acoustic performance is a requirement.
The 300A ceiling system is easily installed onto the carrier, with a shiplap edge detail closing off the void but also allowing the system to be fully demountable. Luxalon 300A panels, available as standard in 0.6mm stove enamelled galvanized steel strip or from 0.7mm thick pre-painted stove enamelled aluminium strip, are both lightweight and strong and are also fully recyclable. They can be supplied in any length up to 6000 mm (as standard) and are free spanning up to 2400mm length. Aluminium carriers in combination with aluminium panels and a special locking clip can also be used for exterior applications.
The range of Hunter Douglas metal ceiling colours are available as standard and special finishes and colours for specific projects are available on request.