CMS Danskin Acoustics, a leading provider of Part E compliant acoustic solutions, has unveiled an exclusive agreement with Fade Acoustic Ceilings to bring its sound-absorbing acoustical plaster to the UK.
The high-performance plaster solutions provide seamless and beautiful finishes that can be installed on any surface, including curved, domed and vaulted ceilings. Bringing together high-value aesthetics and acoustic performance, the Fade Acoustical Plaster system is well-suited to a wide-range of developments, from historic buildings to high-end residential, commercial, retail and educational spaces.
By absorbing sound waves, the Fade sound-absorbing plaster system reduces reverberation time, providing the highest level of sound-absorption. In addition, the three-step installation process means it is quick and easy to install and it does not contain any synthetic materials.
The system consists of a mineral fibre board which is overlaid with acoustical plaster. For curved, domed or vaulted surfaces, a mineral fibre board with a lower density is used, meaning it can bend without splitting. It can be installed directly onto an existing ceiling grid or on a suspended steel construction and does not require a layer of plasterboard.
Fade Acoustic Ceilings is a from Scandinavia, and its projects have included The Silo, a luxury residential development in Copenhagen and The Brewery Conference centre in Stockholm. Fade acoustical plaster solutions are exclusively available from CMS Danskin Acoustics in the UK, through approved installers.
Neil Clifford of CMS Danskin Acoustics said: “We are really excited to bring the Fade Acoustical Plaster system to the UK. The high-quality aesthetics, combined with class A performance, provide an unrivalled solution for developments that do not want to compromise on finish. It is suitable for modern developments or historic buildings, which gives us great scope.”
Kasper Ehlert of Fade said: “We are really pleased to be working with CMS Danskin to bring the Fade brand to the UK. They are acoustic specialists, so understand the technical aspects of the product, and I am confident they will be able to advise on the best use of acoustical plaster solutions to their customers.”