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There are four models to choose from, each with a distinctive shape reminiscent of cultural elements used in interior design around the world. Each Lantern is 24" (60cm) long and averages 8" (20cm) wide for a total surface area. This delivers exceptional absorption throughout the voice range while extending the low frequency performance for a more balanced sounding room.
As with all Broadway panels, construction begins with high density 6lb glass wool for maximum absorption. These are encapsulated with micromesh and edges are resin treated to retain the shape and safely prevent the minute glass fibers from escaping during handling. The panel is wrapped in a resilient polyester yarn that is easy to clean and will look great for years. To ensure safe use anywhere, Broadway panels are ASTM E 84 tested to meet the stringent Class-A designation for fire and smoke development.
Ideally suited for rooms with higher ceilings, the Lanterns are generally suspended in clusters. One can incorporate a series of identical shapes or a collection of different models to create unique ceiling-scapes that will surely captivate and visually excite, while quietly reducing excessive reverberation. Primacoustic Lanterns come in choice of black, grey or beige and in choice of four designs:
|Size:||24" x 9 "
(61cm x 23cm)
|24" x 8"
(61cm x 20cm)
|24" x 10 "
(61cm x 25cm)
|24" x 8 "
(61cm x 20cm)
|Surface Coverage:||4.84 sq-ft
|Quantity per box:||4 units per box|
|Color:||Black=00, Beige=03, Grey=08|
|Core Material:||Formed, semi rigid inorganic glass fibers|
|Density:||6.0 lbs. per cubic foot (96 kg/m3)|
|Fabric Facing:||Acoustically transparent polyester tweed|
|Encapsulation:||Micromesh on front and rear surface, resin treated edges|
|Absorption H2O:||< 2% by weight @ 120°F (49°C), 95% relative humidity|
|Temperature:||-20°F ~ 150°F (-29°C ~ 66°C)|
|Fire Rating:||Class-A (ASTM E 84 / CAN/UL-S102 see details below)|
|Mounting:||Galvanized steel corkscrew|
*Notice: The opinion of Primacoustic is that the short form sound absorption coefficient does not provide reliable data regarding the performance of a particular panel versus the problem frequency. This data is provided for comparison sake only. Please view the full frequency chart below to ensure that the panel you are considering will actually attenuate the frequencies you are attempting to absorb.