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Zentia re-engineers Dune eVo ceiling tile range

New recyclable products with enhanced acoustics give specifiers maximum design flexibility

In association with
Zentia Dune eVo ceiling tiles at wind farm developer Community Windpower in Frodsham, Cheshire.
Zentia Dune eVo ceiling tiles at wind farm developer Community Windpower in Frodsham, Cheshire.

The Dune eVo range of mineral ceiling tiles by Zentia, formerly Armstrong Ceiling Solutions, has been re-engineered to add value at every stage of a building project, from design and specification through to build and beyond.

The result is fully recyclable products with enhanced acoustics that are easy to install. The range includes a full mix-and-match portfolio - Dune eVo, Dune eVo dB and Dune eVo Max - and was the industry’s first ceiling system to gain Cradle to Cradle accreditation (with the exception of Dune eVo dB).

Providing contemporary good looks and improved acoustics through a brighter, smoother new surface, Dune eVo creates a reinforced, fully painted edge.

Zentia designed the Dune eVo range to help architects create environments that affect occupant health, wellbeing and productivity in a positive way. Its popular Dune tile was first launched in 1984. The Dune eVo range marks its fifth evolution and was developed following customer feedback.

  • Zentia’s mineral ceiling tiles at the former Braintree District Council offices, now a new home for Cofunds, part of Legal & General.
    Zentia’s mineral ceiling tiles at the former Braintree District Council offices, now a new home for Cofunds, part of Legal & General.
  • Dune eVo dB ceiling tiles in a typical conference room setting.
    Dune eVo dB ceiling tiles in a typical conference room setting.
  • Zentia ceiling tiles at Aker Solutions in Aberdeen.
    Zentia ceiling tiles at Aker Solutions in Aberdeen.
  • Mill Hill School, Ripley, Derbyshire.
    Mill Hill School, Ripley, Derbyshire.
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