Armstrong Ceiling & Wall Solutions announces new FELTWorks™ Blades, which enable architects and designers to redefine the ceiling plane with a soft, linear visual that adds quiet and warmth to interior spaces.
FELTWorks Blades are available in two kitted design modules, as well as rectangular panels in 6”, 8” and 10” heights. Kitted module options include Ebbs & Flows and Peaks & Valleys designs, offering custom looks from standard products. The 3/8” thick panels are available in standard 48” and 96” lengths and 15 standard colors.
The online FELTWorks Blades Design Guide allows architects and designers to explore and download detailed layout drawings with specific information, including blade identification numbers and pattern repeats, to help scale designs for use in any size space. For a custom FELTWorks visual, the design professionals at the Armstrong You Inspire™ Solutions Center can provide assistance.
Panels Absorb up to 70 Percent of the Sound that Strikes Them
Made from up to 50 percent post-consumer recycled PET fibers, panels absorb up to 70 percent of the sound that strikes them, according to the company. With their unique hook detail, the panels attach easily to a slotted aluminum suspension bar and can be quickly moved or removed for plenum access. Since color is consistent throughout the panels, there is no need to field-finish cut edges.
FELTWorks Blades panels are part of the Sustain® portfolio and meet the most stringent industry sustainability standards. The panels have a Class A fire rating and are approved for use in all seismic categories.
To learn more about FELTWorks Blades, please visit armstrongceilings.com/feltworksblades. Chat live, or call a U.S. based TechLine expert at 1-800-276-7876 if help is needed.
About Armstrong World Industries
Armstrong World Industries, Inc. (AWI) is a leader in the design and manufacture of innovative commercial and residential ceiling, wall, and suspension system solutions in the Americas. With approximately $1 billion in revenue, AWI has about 2,500 employees and a manufacturing network of 11 facilities plus five plants dedicated to its WAVE joint venture. For more information, visit www.armstrongceilings.com.