New MetalWorks Create! Custom Perforations Transform Images Onto Metal Panels

January 21, 2019

Custom image perforation capability from Armstrong Ceiling & Wall Solutions offers unique visual and acoustical performance 

New MetalWorks™ Create!™ Custom Perforations from Armstrong Ceiling & Wall Solutions transform images onto metal panels, offering a unique visual with acoustical performance.

The new Create! custom perforations capability is available across a wide range of MetalWorks ceiling and wall systems, including MetalWorks Torsion Spring, MetalWorks Snap-In, MetalWorks Clip-On, MetalWorks RH200/RH215, and MetalWorks WH1000/WH1100.

MetalWorks Create! custom-perforated panels are available in standard Whitelume, Silverlume, and Gun Metal colors and are part of the Sustain® portfolio of ceiling products which meet the most stringent sustainability compliance standards today. 

Custom-perforated MetalWorks Create! ceiling and wall panels are also available in custom panel sizes and colors.

When equipped with fiberglass infill panels, the custom-perforated panels can achieve a Noise Reduction Coefficient (NRC) of up to 0.90, blending art and acoustics to meet project needs.

The You Inspire™ Solutions Center at Armstrong Ceiling & Wall Solutions is available to help with unique, one-of-a-kind perforation images of all types.

For more information about MetalWorks Create! Custom Perforations, visit www.armstrongceilings.com/metalworkscreate, call the You Inspire Solutions Center at 800-988-2585, or email solutionscenter@armstrongceilings.com.

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