Bruag panels for interior applications come in a choice of different raw materials to which an unlimited selection of custom or standard perforation patterns and colors can be applied. Precise laser cutting allows for free contour and soft edges according to the submitted CAD data and perforations can run smoothly across multiple panels. Perforated interior panels help to improve room acoustics.
Suspended Acoustic Ceilings
When Bruag panels are used for suspended ceiling systems, the dimensions of basic and load-bearing battens, as well as the number of supports and spacing must be in accordance with the guidelines of the system manufacturer.
Instead of fleece, a translucent foil can be attached to the back of the perforated panels to create back-lit ceilings. The suspension must be adapted to the perforation. Depending on the pattern and type of perforation, point supports are recommended so as not to interrupt the overall look.
| ||MDF ||Plywood ||CELLON® |
|Description ||A versatile medium-density fibreboard in a choice of thickness ||The option of a natural finish gives a rustic touch in the 18mm thick panels ||A high-pressure laminate panel (HPL), consisting of 70% cellulosic web and 30% phenolic resin |
|Colors ||NCS S Edition 2, RAL Classic or Bruag ALU (other colors on request) ||Transparent paint ||NCS S Edition 2, RAL Classic or Bruag ALU (other colors on request) |
|Building material class ||Ds2d0, fire retardant on request ||Ds2d0 ||Bs1d0 fire retardant |