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Brooks School - Andover, MA
Tectum Full-Span and Concealed Corridor Panels are specifically designed for corridor ceilings in schools and other wide-corridored buildings. Tectum products’ resistance to impact and abrasion offers a durability for such heavily used areas that is not found in other acoustical materials. The panels are completely accessible for concealed services and are used with standard grid suspension components.
Corridor Interior Ceiling Panels - TECTUM

NRC/Mountings - Noise Reduction

Installation Instructions

  • I-16 Tectum Corridor Ceiling Panel Installation Instructions (Coming Soon)

Drawings

ASTM E-84 - Flame Spread/Smoke Developed

Tectum Interior Ceiling Panels - 0 Flame Spread, 0 Smoke Developed

Sizes & Finishes

Concealed Corridor Ceiling Panels are available in 1½" and 2" thicknesses with 23 3/8" widths and lengths up to 144". Full-Span Corridor Panels are available in 1", 1½" and 2" thicknesses with 23¾" and 29¾" widths and lengths of 96", 108", 120" and 144". Tectum Concealed Corridor Ceiling Panels and Full-Span Corridor Panels are available in natural, painted white or custom colors, and can easily be field painted up to six times without losing their acoustical efficiency.

Weights

  • 1" - 1.65 lbs./square foot

  • 1½" - 2.55 lbs./square foot

  • 2" - 3.50 lbs./square foot

R-Value

  • 1.75 per inch of thicknes
Light Reflectance

Tolerances

Tectum ceiling and wall panel measurements are plus or minus
1/8 - 1/4". Thicknesses are nominal. Panels that are to be butted must be beveled and will require field fitting or molding can be used to cover edges.

Limitations

Tectum Acoustical Panels can be used over swimming pools and in open construction such as breezeways and open garages. They should not be installed where they will come in direct contact with water or condensation. Reveal edge panels (Tonico) should not be used for this purpose.

1" panels should not be used where the relative humidity will exceed 85%. Panels 1½" or thicker are not restricted by humidity conditions.

In all cases, the plenum must provide cross-ventilation to prevent condensation.

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