Ceiling // Baffles
Truss is an acoustic ceiling baffle designed to mimic the natural aesthetic of a real wood beam, without the associated weight and sound reverberation of natural wood. The strategic horizontal suspension and configuration of baffles can be used as a versatile way to absorb sound in a space.
Minimum Acoustic NRC Rating
Soundscaping with ceiling baffles is an easily installed method of building a sweeping mass of sound-absorbing surface into a space that is often sound reflective. At the same time, ceiling baffles offer designers an interesting opportunity to design this plane in anything from a very quiet to a quite dynamic expression of color and form.
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2″ or 3″
4″, 6″ or 8″
ASTM E84-17a Class A, ISO 9705: 1993 Group 1
1. Choose your surfaces
Soundscape your space by placing enough sound absorption where it has the greatest impact. Hint: adjoining surfaces with sound absorbing materials reduce reverberation faster.
2. Select a color, pattern, or cut
Choose from our broad palette and pattern gallery, or use our custom capabilities to design your own.
3. Measure your installation space
Take the dimensions and get in touch so we can help you soundscape your space efficiently.