UseInterior ceilings and wall cladding
ApplicationsCommercial, institutional, healthcare, educational, cultural, corporate
CharacteristicsVarious perforation designs, high acoustic performance, easy access to plenum, invisible panel joints
Sizes128/262 x 2050/2780 mm
CertificationWood meets FSC/PEFC directives
Hunter Douglas Architectural Topline® Veneered Wood Panels are sustainably sourced acoustic cladding panels for ceilings and walls. The panels are available with a choice of different perforations with different acoustic benefits and several finish options.
The combination of sound reflection, sound diffusion, and sound absorption can be fully coordinated with the requirements of a project. The visible side shows symmetrical grooves, while the back has a perforation design that enables sound to pass through.
On the TTA model, a round perforation is visible on the visible side with a regular or staggered single drill pattern of 16 or 32 mm (center to center) as preferred.
A small opening (oval shape) can be seen on the visible side with the TLS model. This is achieved through a staggered single groove pattern from the other side.
The grooves are on the visible side of the TLD model. The reverse side is closed. Applicable primarily for reflection and partially for diffusion of sound energy. The absorption rate is low.
The core of the panel consists of MDF engineered solid wood (ESW) with a decorative finish of either high-quality real wood veneer, melamine, cork or a spray applied paint finish to any RAL color.
|Base material||16 mm fire-retardant MDF (B-s1,d0 - EN 13501-1) Moisture-resistant MDF also available|
|Top layer||High-grade veneer/HPL-melamine decor/cork|
|Finish||Color stain/matt or gloss paint/RAL or NCS color|
Hunter Douglas Architectural provides installation equipment including special clips which make installation in a T-24 grid or directly onto a framework of Omega profiles or wood slats quick and straightforward. The tongue and groove design on the panel edges creates a wall or ceiling solution with a consistent appearance.
The Topline® removable ceiling cassettes are installed with T-24 profiles. Following installation, the cassettes can be removed individually, making complete access to the plenum possible.
Hunter Douglas Architectural uses wood which meets FSC/PEFC directives and which comes from reforestation areas in the production of Topline®. Only raw materials which are not harmful to people or the environment are used in the manufacturing process. Green electricity is used during the production process and heat from the production process is re-used. All remaining materials are offered separately for complete recycling. Topline® meets basic cradle-to-cradle principles.