Fade® Seamless Acoustic Ceilings - Icoustic

Fade® Seamless Acoustic Ceilings

Fade® Seamless Acoustic Ceilings

THE FADE® ACOUSTIC PLASTER SYSTEM

The fade® Acoustic Plaster System is a high-quality plastering system that absorbs unwanted noise in a wide range of environments.

As an acoustic solution applied to walls and ceilings, its highly absorbent qualities allow for optimum acoustic control in large, commercial spaces.

Finishes

Fade plus+

Ultra smooth

An ultra-smooth, fine grain super white finish. Sanded or trowelled to achieve a highly aesthetic acoustic solution.

 

Standard colour

NCS S 0300-N

 

Light reflectance

83 %

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Smooth

A smooth, medium grain and pure white finish. Sanded or trowelled to achieve a highly aesthetic acoustic solution.

 

Standard colour

NCS S 0500-N

 

Light reflectance

81 %

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Fade All colours

All colours

The plaster can be coloured in all RAL and NCS colours. 

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Characteristics

THE FADE® ACOUSTIC PLASTER SYSTEM

The fade® Acoustic Plaster System is a high-quality acoustic plastering system with lots of benefits. Fields of application include everything from big office spaces to small living rooms, restaurants, showrooms & galleries, schools and much more.  The system can be installed on virtually every surface, on walls, arches and curved ceilings.

Thickness

20, 25 and 40 mm

Cleaning & maintenance

The acoustic plaster is anti-static and inorganic, so no maintenance required and it’s very easy to repair. The system is highly resistant to both humidity and UV-exposure.

 

Surface dust and dirt can be vacuumed off using a soft brush

attachment or blown off using pressurized air.

Acoustic performance

Test data sound absorption

NRC/AW up to: 1,0

(Class A)

 

Tested at SP Technical Research Institute of Sweden and Sound Research Laboratories in the UK.

Fire rating

Class A Fire Testing as per the ISO EN 13501 2007: A2s1d0

Indoor climate

Microorganisms cannot grow in the acoustic plaster system. The system is odor free and highly resistant to humidity and UV-exposure.

We think of the environment

We think of the environment

Up to 50 % recycled materials and no additives added to the plaster system.

 

We are involved in a tree-planting program - planting 1 tree for every 1m2 ceiling we produce.

 

Learn more here: trees.org

Manufacturing

The recipe is Swedish.

18 years down the line manufacturing of the product is still carried out in Scandinavia using only materials that originates from Europe. Icoustic is the exclusive distributor in the BNL, France, Germany and Spain.

Types of installation

Direct installation

The acoustic board is installed directly onto a plasterboard, concrete or timber substrate with either approved adhesive or mechanically fixed with special fade® washers.

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Direct-to-grid

The acoustic board is installed directly to a MF metal drywall grid system 400 mm c/c or similar with the special fade®washers.

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fade® Acoustic Plaster without an acoustic board

The acoustic plaster is sprayed directly onto a primed plasterboard or concrete substrate to a total thickness of 3mm.

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Installation guidelines

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1. Acoustic board

The acoustic boards are installed to a suitable substrate with tight joints. Installation can be done mechanically with screws and special washers 400mm c/c or with an approved adhesive.

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2. Self-adhesive fiberglass scrim tape

Scrim tape is applied to the joints.

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3. Filling

Acoustic plaster is applied onto the scrim tape to level the surface. *

 

*This step may have to be repeated once the

plaster has dried out and until one has achieved

a completely levelled surface with no indents or

irregularities.

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4. Filling

Washers, irregularities and indents

are filled with acoustic plaster to

level the surface. *

 

* Acoustic plaster on joints and washers can be

given a light sand when dry to remove any

irregularities.

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5. Spraying

The acoustic plaster is spray applied in two

layers and should build 3-4mm in total.

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6. Trowelling

Trowel both layers of acoustic plaster nicely.

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7. smooth

A smooth, medium grain and pure white finish. Sanded or trowelled to achieve a highly aesthetic acoustic solution.

Accredited installer

Icoustic is the exclusive distributor in the BNL, France, Germany and Spain.

Strengths

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We think of the environment

We think of the environment

Up to 50 % recycled materials and no additives added to the plaster system.

 

We are involved in a tree-planting program - planting 1 tree for every 1m2 ceiling we produce.

 

Learn more here: trees.org

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Colour & light reflectance

Standard colour: White

Light Reflectance Value as high as 83 %

 

The plaster is made from natural but inorganic  

materials. With the plaster being anti-static the surface will keep its natural colour throughout the years.

 

The plaster can be coloured in all RAL and NCS colours. 

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Innovation & sustainable fabrication

The recipe is Swedish.

18 years down the line manufacturing of the product is still carried out in Scandinavia using only materials that originates from Europe. Icoustic is the exclusive distributor in the BNL, France, Germany and Spain.

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Indoor climate

Microorganisms cannot grow in the acoustic plaster system. The system is odor free and highly resistant to humidity and UV-exposure.

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Test data

NRC/AW up to: 1,0

(Class A)

 

Tested at SP Technical Research Institute of Sweden and Sound Research Laboratories in the UK.

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Cradle to cradle

Fade was awarded the silver certificate of the quality label cradle to cradle.

Downloads

Download:

Specifications: fade acoustic plaster - ALBUS

Download:

Specifications: fade acoustic plaster - PLUS+

References

Contact my-team

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