Glass wool suspended ceiling FOCUS™ DS LEVEL CHANGE
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glass wool suspended ceiling
glass wool suspended ceiling
glass wool suspended ceiling
glass wool suspended ceiling
glass wool suspended ceiling
glass wool suspended ceiling
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Characteristics

Material
glass wool
Configuration
tile
Technical characteristics
acoustic
Thickness

20 mm (0.8 in)

Width

600 mm (24 in)

Length

600 mm, 1,200 mm (24 in)

Description

Ecophon Focus™ Ds Level Change is used to create an easy and fast transitions between different levels of ceiling either to accommodate various service installations in the ceiling void or to add shape and structure to the room. The Focus™ Ds Level Change tiles are demountable. The system consists of Focus™ Ds tiles and four Connect™ articles. The tiles are manufactured from high density glass wool. The visible surface has an Akutex™ FT coating and the back of the tile is covered with glass tissue. The edges are painted. For best performance and system quality, use Connect™ grid and accessories. The grid is manufactured from galvanized steel. The system is patented. Grids/Profiles: T24 Installation diagrams: M394 Akutex™ FT-A modern surface available in many colours and for most products. The Akutex™ FT surface in combination with the glass wool core provides optimal sound absorption. Compared to Akutex™ T, the average pore size is less than half, with the number of pores being doubled, but the superior acoustic properties are still retained. With the smaller pores, the product is even more dirt repellent, making the surface easier to clean. Note: Colours may vary slightly between different production batches. Reproduction of colours vary between print and reality.

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