Tectum panels can be mechanically attached to a variety of ceiling substrates which include: the underside of the roof deck; the joists and other support members; drywall suspension systems; metal and wood furring structures and other commonly used support systems. Panels should be no greater than 96” long, beveled on all four sides and placed in a random ashlars pattern (cinder block style). They can be cut easily and shaped with standard woodworking tools.
Tectum Direct-Attached Ceiling Panels can be used in their attractive unpainted natural color, painted white or custom colors. Also, these panels may be painted or re-painted in the field up to six times without reducing their acoustical properties.
The LEED Green Building Certification Program evaluates every aspect of the construction process and building components used in new and existing buildings. Tectum Inc. fully endorses the LEED Green Building Rating System. Tectum Direct-Attached Ceiling Panels contribute to the LEED Certification Program:
- Tectum Ceiling Panel LEED Contribution
- Tectum Products HPD (Health Product Declaration)
- Tectum Environmental Statement
For LEED information regarding our entire Tectum product line, please click here.