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Knauf AMF extends metal ceilings offering

Armstrong metal ceiling, canopy and baffle designs are now available exclusively from the single-stop solution provider

In association with
Knauf AMF Mondena perforated metal ceiling in the reception area of the Hotel Amarin, Rovinj, Croatia.
Knauf AMF Mondena perforated metal ceiling in the reception area of the Hotel Amarin, Rovinj, Croatia.

Armstrong's portfolio of metal ceilings is now available in the UK and Ireland exclusively from Knauf AMF. Products include Metal Ceilings, Metal Mesh Ceilings, Metal Canopies and Metal Baffles.

Metal is versatile, visually impressive, durable and almost maintenance free. It also works well with Knauf AMF's other ranges, including Heradesign and mineral tiles. The move is part of a bid by the company to offer the most innovative and comprehensive range of aesthetically-led, acoustic ceiling and wall solutions. 

Metal ceilings have traditionally been specified for prestigious corporate headquarters and transport hubs, such as airports and railway termini, but their popularity is growing in every sector, including retail, healthcare, education and leisure. Metal is sustainable and scores highly in terms of humidity and hygiene. It can also deliver outstanding sound control using a variety of surface designs with specialist infills.

  • Armstrong micro-perforated metal tile ceiling at the offices of Birmingham City Council.
    Armstrong micro-perforated metal tile ceiling at the offices of Birmingham City Council.
  • Armstrong Optima Curves acoustical baffles feature factory-fitted integrated suspension for easy alignment and installation.
    Armstrong Optima Curves acoustical baffles feature factory-fitted integrated suspension for easy alignment and installation.
  • Bright orange Armstrong R-H 200 perforated metal hook-on planks on the ceiling of the Wirral Waters Kingsgate office building, Birkenhead.
    Bright orange Armstrong R-H 200 perforated metal hook-on planks on the ceiling of the Wirral Waters Kingsgate office building, Birkenhead.
  • Armstrong open cell Cellio metal ceiling tiles at Birmingham Airport.
    Armstrong open cell Cellio metal ceiling tiles at Birmingham Airport.
  • Armstrong bespoke and de-mountable T-Clip F metal perforated ceiling planks at the Alan Gilbert Learning Commons building, University of Manchester.
    Armstrong bespoke and de-mountable T-Clip F metal perforated ceiling planks at the Alan Gilbert Learning Commons building, University of Manchester.
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Choosing a metal ceiling can be a wise long-term investment as metal has a long product life and is largely insensitive to environmental conditions. Demounting for maintenance and access to services is quick and easy. Metal ceilings enable problem-free cleaning and are excellent for use in areas with specific technical requirements due to the variety of coatings and installation options available.

Until now Knauf AMF's presence in metal ceilings has been modest. 'Customers will experience the specification expertise and project support they expect,' explains Knauf AMF UK commercial director Peter Symons, 'but with the added integration and convenience of a single-stop solution provider.' It is business as usual for those looking to specify from the Armstrong metal portfolio.

For more information and technical support, visit portfolio.knaufamf.com

 

Contact:

0191 518 8600

info@knaufamf.com


 

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