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Acoustic Ceilings - Concrete Veneer | Hunter Douglas Architectural (Europe)
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Acoustic Ceilings - Concrete Veneer | Hunter Douglas Architectural (Europe)

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  • Use

    Acoustic ceilings
  • Applications

    Corporate, retail, leisure, public space, hospitality, healthcare, education, residential
  • Characteristics

    16 mm fire-retardant MDF with 1.5 mm cement veneer; unique textures; five different shades: from natural white to dark graphite; available with nano-perforation; sustainable materials including MDF: with FSC certification

More about this product

Concrete is one of the most commonly used building materials in the built environment. Although incredibly versatile, concrete provides little in the way of sound absorption. With their new concrete veneer Hunter Douglas Architectural made it now possible to create a stunning industrial look for ceilings without compromising on acoustics.

Concrete Veneer is an innovative new product that combines two key elements: the perforated MDF core plate is given a finely perforated 1.5mm cement veneer, creating an aesthetic finish that absorbs ambient noise and is indistinguishable from conventional concrete.

Characteristics

  • 16 mm fire-retardant MDF with 1.5 mm cement veneer
  • Unique textures
  • Five different shades: from natural white to dark graphite
  • Available with nano-perforation
  • Sustainable materials including MDF: with FSC certification

Application

Concrete Veneer is suitable for use in many sectors, such as businesses, shops, leisure facilities, public buildings, hospitality, healthcare, education and residential.

Please get in touch with us to discuss your specific requirements.
Design & Inspiration

The veneer is made up of at least 85% cement, making it indistinguishable from 'real' concrete. Wall panels come in five different shades and textures, which means you can always find a match for the space: a seamless concrete panel with unparalleled acoustic properties.

Design & Inspiration

The veneer is made up of at least 85% cement, making it indistinguishable from 'real' concrete. Wall panels come in five different shades and textures, which means you can always find a match for the space: a seamless concrete panel with unparalleled acoustic properties.

Colours & finishes

Concrete Veneer comes in five shades from Natural White to Dark Graphite. In addition, the wall panels all have a unique texture, which allows them to be matched with most conventional concrete types.

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Concrete Veneer (Nano Perforation)
Concrete Veneer - Colours & Designs

Material characteristics

Concrete Veneer is available as ceiling panels and consists of 16 mm fire-retardant MDF with a 1.5 mm cement veneer. The product is available in both perforated and non-perforated versions. In the case of the perforated version, a layer of acoustic non-woven material is also added to the product, permitting a high level of acoustic absorption.

Acoustic information

The acoustic comfort in an office space, school or public building contributes to well-being since poor acoustic conditions can affect health, communication, safety, productivity and learning. Hunter Douglas high performance acoustic ceiling products offer the best solution for outstanding acoustic performance, comfort and aesthetics. Concrete Veneer has absorption values (αw) at or close to 0.50.

More detailed information can be found on the Hunter Douglas website, including information on: Maximum spans, dimensions and weight plus material requirements per m².

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