Luxalon box and deep box systems all use a universal carrier suspension system to maximize design flexibility, allowing combinations of 2-, 4-, 6-, and 8-inch widths in either depth. Box panels are .625″ deep. The crisp module definition of the box and deep box systems makes them an excellent solution for either interior or exterior applications. All box and deep box ceilings feature easy installation, provisions for acoustics, HVAC, and lighting. Available in a variety of paint colors and finishes, including wood veneer and metallic.
- Panel widths: 2″, 4″, 6″ and 8″
- Panel depths (nominal): 5/8″ (Box); 1 1/2″ (Deep Box)
- Easy installation – no fasteners required
- Built-in provisions for acoustics, HVAC, and lighting
- Box systems have crisp edges for precision reveals. Deep Box profiles allow stronger reveals
- Easy access to plenum
- Perimeter trim options available
- Panels contain from 70% to 95% recycled content
- Interior and exterior applications available
- Colors, finishes and perforation/acoustical options available
- GREENGUARD Children and SchoolsSM Certified for Indoor Air Quality (IAQ)
The defined, square edges of Luxalon® Box and Deep Box systems create a crisp, modular ceiling for interior and exterior applications. All panels fit our exclusive universal carrier, allowing mix-and-match patterns to establish texture and pattern.
Hunter Douglas offers a wide choice of colors and finishes. Some colors and finishes carry a premium price over manufacturer’s standard colors. Custom color matching is available upon request. Please consult Hunter Douglas for minimum quantities and lead times on specific orders.
Simulated Wood Finishes
Example of Multi-Box System
Example of Box System
Panel Profile: Reveal
Projects that used this product
James E. Rogers College of Law U. of AZ (pictures ©Bob Perzel)
Chanhassen High School
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