Cell Air

Cell Air Acoustic Panel


A plaster acoustic panel with circular perforations 55mm at 85mm centres, forming a continuous pattern when joined.

Cell Air is perfect for interior designers and architects who are looking for aesthetic designs coupled with high acoustical properties.

Cell Air provides a distinctive innovative solution for creating a unique decorative finish while providing a high level of sound absorption for ceilings and walls.

Features

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

Benefits

• High sound absorption with NRC up to 0.90
• 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

Graph 1: Test Results with Glasswool and Black Acoustic Fabric - NRC 0.90

ceil air absorbtion

Graph 1: Sound Absorption Coefficients of Bailey Interiors Cell Air with 50 mm thick glasswool with black acoustic fabric facing installed behind the panels (black facing to rear of panel).

Graph 2: Test Results with Polyester - NRC 0.80

ceil air absorbtion

Graph 2: Sound Absorption Coefficients of Bailey Interiors Cell Air Panel 1200mm x 1200mm Perforated Plaster Ceiling Panels with 75 mm thick polyester installed behind the panels

Graph 4: Test Results with Black Acoustic Fabric - NRC 0.60

ceil air absorbtion

Graph 1: Sound Absorption Coefficients of Bailey Interiors Cell Air Drop In Suspended 600mm x 600mm Perforated Plaster Ceiling Tiles with Sorbertextile P44FR stapled to rear of the tiles and tested with a 400mm air gap.

Product Specifications

Panel Name: Cell Air

Collection: New York

Thickness (mm): 15

Open Area: 32.3%

Thickness of Insulation (mm): 2~ or 50*

Size(mm): 1200 x 1200

NRC: 0.60~ / 0.85* / 0.9~*

Mass (Kg/sqm): 12.20


Notes:

~Black Acoustic Fabric
*50mm 32Kg/m2 Glasswool/Polyester

All tiles and panels are supplied without insulation or acoustic backing as standard.

Acoustic tests shown here are examples of what can be achieved for NRC using different insulation methods.

Mechanically fixed (screwed to Rondo Furring Channel Part No 155)