New Axiom Indirect Field Light Coves from Armstrong Ceilings Provide Flexibility in Design and Installation

November 7, 2017

Armstrong Ceiling Solutions has introduced Axiom® Indirect Field Light Coves, pre-engineered, extruded aluminum coves that integrate with a vertical drywall upturn to provide consistent, predictable lighting performance, and perfect integration with all Armstrong suspension systems.

The adjustable, new drywall leg eliminates the vertical break form leg on standard 
Axiom Indirect Light Coves and allows for field modification if unexpected field conditions arise. For example, if a 12" ceiling-to-ceiling light cove is specified, but field conditions dictate that an 11" ceiling-to-ceiling cove is needed, the drywall vertical leg of the cove can be field modified to adjust for this condition.

The new light coves can also be cut to desired length in the field and are offered with a two-week lead time. Compared to traditional light coves built of drywall, Axiom Field Indirect Light Coves install in one-third the time.

Compatible with Fixtures from Three Lighting Partners 

Aesthetically, the easy-to-specify light coves are available in either ceiling-to-ceiling 
or ceiling-to-wall profiles, and with either 4" Axiom Classic, Axiom Knife Edge® Acoustical, or Axiom Knife Edge Drywall edge details, all with prefabricated corners.

In addition, to ensure a consistent fit and finish, the light coves are designed with a notched channel for perfect integration with compatible, pre-engineered light fixtures from three leading lighting partners — Axis Lighting, Vode® Lighting, and Litecontrol.

For additional information, see Axiom Indirect Field Light Coves.


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