Acoustical Ceiling Panels - Olympia Micro™ ClimaPlus™ | USG Boral

Olympia Micro™ ClimaPlus™ Acoustical Ceiling Panels

Olympia Micro™ ClimaPlus™ Acoustical Ceiling Panels offer high level light reflectance, mould and mildew resistance, ceiling attenuation and noise absorption, making them a perfect choice for classrooms, hotels, reception and lobby areas, restaurants and retail stores.

With micro perforations that provide a smoother look and suitable sound absorption, these panels offer upscale appearance at a mid-range price. 

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Physical Properties
  • Type: Acoustical Ceiling Panels, Acoustical Suspended Ceiling Panels
  • Material: Mineral Fiber
  • Humidity Resistant
  • Moisture and Mould Resistant
  • Sag Resistant
  • Texture(s): Fine
  • Colour(s): White
  • Edge Profile(s): Fineline Bevel, Shadowline Tapered, Square Panel
  • Size: 600mm; 1200mm
  • Panel Width: 600mm
  • Panel Thickness: 16mm
  • CAC: 30-33
  • Light Reflectance: .88
  • NRC: .50
Sustainability
  • Up to 46% Recycled
  • Green Tag Certification
Applications
  • Administrative Offices
  • Bars/Restaurants/Dining Areas
  • Classrooms
  • Convention/Meeting Rooms
  • Corridors/Hallways
  • Department Stores/Boutiques
  • Executive Areas/Conference Areas/Board Rooms
  • Guest Rooms/Suites
  • Lobbies and Reception Areas
  • Mall Interior Spaces
  • Patient Rooms
  • Traditional Offices
Features and Benefits
  • Non-directional pattern reduces installation time and waste
  • Economical, fine-textured panel
  • Excellent light reflective finish (LR-.87) reduces light fixtures and energy use
  • Available in High Recycled Content (HRC) formulations to help maximise Green Star recycled content contribution
  • Available with .60 NRC
  • Ceiling Attenuation Class (CAC - 33-39)
  • ClimaPlus™ 30-year lifetime system warranty against visible sag, mould and mildew
  • Low-emitting product meets CA Specification 01350, California Department of Health Services Standard Practice for the testing of VOC emissions