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Pinta Acoustic/Sonex Sonex AFS
Ceiling and wall acoustic system
This acoustic plaster ceiling and wall system can be directly applied to a solidsubstrate and consists of a thin fiberglass mesh laminated to Class 1 fire-rated Willtec open-cell melamine-based foam panels, offered in a variety of thicknesses. Joints between panels are taped and finished, then two coats of Phonstop PA85 plaster are trowel-applied to create a smooth, porous surface. Sound energy travels through the finish and is absorbed into the Willtec core. Features include a smooth, seamless monolithic appearance, excellent sound absorption, flexibility and resiliency, large, lightweight panels, low VOC, better indoor air quality and high light reflectance.
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