New Lyra® Concealed Ceiling Panels from Armstrong® Ceiling Solutions Create a Smooth Monolithic Visual with a Fully Concealed Suspension System

Large format acoustical panels are downward accessible for minimal plenum heights

LANCASTER, PA – New Lyra® Concealed ceiling panels from Armstrong® Ceiling Solutions offer a monolithic visual in large format panels that fully conceal tile suspension system. The smooth-textured ceiling panels combine tile monolithic look of drywall with downward accessibility for projects with minimal plenum heights.

With an Articulation Class (AC) of 190 and a Noise Reduction Coefficient (NRCJ of 0.95, Lyra concealed ceiling panels provide outstanding acoustical performance in open plan areas.

Large Format Panels

Lyra Concealed ceiling panels are available in standard 48″ X 48″, 30″ X 30″, 24″ X 48″, 24″ X 72″, and 24″ X 96″ panel sizes. The fiberglass panels install easily on a new or existing Prelude® 15/16″ XL® suspension system. The panels nave an energy-efficient, high light-reflective white finish. They have a smooth, clean, durable surface that is washable, scratch-resistant, and soil-resistant. The panels have a 30-year guarantee against visible sag, mold, and mildew and are made with up to 71 percent recycled content. They can be ordered along with matching Blizzard White fixture trim kits for a clean, finished look around lights and diffusers.

Lyra Concealed ceiling panels are recommended for use in open plan areas, auditoriums, areas with limited plenum depth, and/or indirect lighting systems.

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About Armstrong

Armstrong World Industries Inc. (AWl) is a global leader in the design and manufacture of innovative commercial and residential ceiling, wall, and suspension system solutions. With over 3, 700 employees and fiscal 2015 revenues from ceiling operations in excess of $1 .2 billion, AWl operates from a global manufacturing network of 24 facilities, including 9 plants dedicated to its WAVE joint venture.

Original Press Release: October 26, 2016