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Acoustic Ceilings - SoundEdge | Arktura

  • Use

    Interior ceilings
  • Applications

    Commercial, institutional, healthcare, educational, cultural, corporate
  • Characteristics

    Acoustic performance, carbon-neutral production, recyclable, made partially from recycled PET, customizable, easy installation
  • Format

  • Certification

    NRC rating up to 0.9
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Arktura architectural ceilings use Soft Sound®, a felted material made from recycled plastic, to create customizable acoustical drop ceiling systems based on a grid-layout configuration. The pre-configured modules ship flat-packed. These ceilings come in a wide range of colors and finishes, including wood-grain textures.

SoundEdge® ceiling system uses flexible building blocks to achieve enhanced acoustical performance and design effects. It has a modular single fin design which can be produced in a multitude of lengths and depths and can be mixed and matched in numerous configurations.


Materials: Metal, Soft Sound®

Arktura materials have a high proportion of recycled content and can be recycled. SoftSound® is an acoustical material made up of 100% PET plastic with up to 60% recycled content.


SoundEdge® provides the building blocks to create dynamic layouts that fit different spaces. It is possible to combine as many or as few of its straight fin baffles as desired for a project.


To install the acoustical ceiling systems, a step-by-step kit of parts approach is adopted with easy-to-follow instructions cutting cost and installation time.



Arktura is a carbon-neutral company. They manufacture in a zero-waste manufacturing facility in the USA and ship globally.

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