chroma paintable acoustical panels
chroma paintable acoustical panels
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chroma paintable acoustical panels

Chroma® Paintable Acoustical Panels

Chroma Paintable Panels Allow Designers The Flexibility To Blend In Or Stand Out When Adding Acoustic Treatment To A Space.


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About Chroma Paintable Acoustical Wall & Ceiling Panels

Sound Quality® S-2000 panels with Chroma finish are the perfect solution where a traditional fabric finish is not desired. The acoustically transparent, paintable finish blends well with finished drywall to create a space absent of echo and reverberation. Rather than a textured finish of fabric, Chroma panels provide for an understated, more discreet acoustic finish within a space.

Chroma finish by Sound Seal is part of a Class A rated system tested per ASTM E-84. In standard Signature White, or any RAL or Pantone color, Sound Quality Chroma finished panels provide absorption required to create an acoustically correct space.

Available in 1" and 2" thick sizes, these Sound Quality S-2000 panels in Chroma finish provide a range of NRC values suited to any acoustical solution.

Key Features of Chroma Acoustical Panels

  • Excellent Acoustical Performance
  • Class A Fire Rated per ASTM E-84
  • Type A mount (wall panels)
  • Type E-400 mount (ceiling tiles)
  • Custom Sizes and Shapes

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