SAS International has launched its System 320, an acoustic tile lay-in suspended ceiling system without a supporting grid, realising significant cost and time benefits compared with traditional grid systems.
System 320 is designed for use in corridor or plasterboard surround applications and satisfies acoustic demands set out in the Building Regulations, Approved Document E. Non-woven acoustic fleece, acoustic pad and plasterboard options allow for a flexible, cost-effective approach to acoustic control.
Tiles are available in sizes of 250–600mm (width) x 474–3000mm (length) and are available with ultra-micro perforations (≤1mm) offering a brighter ceiling appearance.
Removal of the grid makes it easy to access services without tools, and void depths can also be kept to a minimum. System 320 can be suspended by a range of suitable SAS International trims or any suitable flanges, including linear lights and grilles.
System 320 was one of many systems installed by SAS International as part of the Birmingham New Street refurbishment, known as Grand Central.