Key facts

Product:
Abso acoustic pads
Family:
Abso Acoustic Ceiling Pads | Acoustic Accessories By Texaa®
Manufacturer:
Texaa® >
Architonic ID:
1545926
Country:
France
Manufacturer groups :
Sound ab...-Sound absorbing ceiling systems >
Sound a...-Sound absorbing suspended panels >
Ceiling-Acoustic ceiling systems >
Groups:
Sound ab...-Sound absorbing ceiling systems >
Sound a...-Sound absorbing suspended panels >
Ceiling-Acoustic ceiling systems >

Product description

Characteristics of Abso ceiling pads

Composition
• Grey AP cellular foam
• Cover made of sound-transparent Aeria fabric
• Steel part for fitting purposes

Acoustic performance
Equivalent absorption area A (m²) at mid-range frequencies: 0.76 m²

Durability of the aeria fabric cover
• Run-resistant
• 330 g/m²
• Protection against soiling:
– Hydro/Oleophobic ≥ 5 (AATCC118 and AATCC193)
– Electrostatic properties 7 x 1010 Ω (EN 1149-1)

Reaction to fire classification
Complete product : C-s3, d0

Cleaning
Vacuum cleaning, may be
taken apart and refitted.

Environmental characteristics
• Abso accessories meet the requirements specified in the HQE, LEED and BREEAM (2 points) reference documents and methods, based on:
– their acoustic contribution
– their very low emissions of VOC and formaldehyde
• All Texaa products qualify for French “A+” health labelling and are classed as “conforming” after assessment using the German AgBB protocol.

Guarantee 10 years

Installation
Abso Ceiling Pads are inserted within the “T“-runners of the dropped ceiling grid. Ceiling Pads
582 x 582 x 83 mm
(grid size 600 x 600 - T24)
592 x 592 x 70 mm
(grid size 600 x 600 - T15)
(grid size 610 x 610 - T24)
607 x 607 x 70 mm
(grid size 625 x 625 - T24)

Product family

Concept

Abso Ceiling Pads are specially designed for standard dropped ceilings with “T” runners. They are clipped into the grid to create quiet areas below them, for example above workstations.

They are an addition to a traditional modular ceiling and with their flat or bevelled shape can be used to create interest in a space in line with the existing joins in the ceiling and with symmetrical or inverted patterns, etc.