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Triton 50

Triton 50 is an NZ-made, high sound absorbing glass fibre ceiling panel designed to control unwanted noise in interior spaces.  Triton is available in a wide range of decorative acoustic finishes from plain Sonatex and colours to perforated Sonaris laminates. Available in broad band (BB), mid frequency (MF) and low frequency (LF) types so that rooms can be tuned for speech intelligibility.

Key Features
  • Manufactured from 38 kg/m³ resin-bonded bio-soluble glass fibre board laminated with proprietary Sonatex glass matt composite facing.  Framing from galvanised steel, powder-coated or tissue-faced to match panel.
  • 50mm-thick panel for superior sound absorption at low to high frequencies, available in broad band (BB), mid frequency (MF), low frequency (LF) types.
  • Can be suspended or directly fixed over plasterboard linings to reduce reflections from hard surfaces.
  • Custom sizes and colours available to order.
  • Buildings gain Green Star credits with Triton ceilings.
  • Low formaldehyde >0.05 gm.
  • Renew and recycle service available to extend product life and reduce construction waste.
  • Made in NZ, meaning short lead times.
  • Contains 80% recycled glass waste.
  • Lightweight, easy to install, dimensionally stable.
Green Tag Certified
Green Tag Certified
NZ Made
NZ Made
Scope of Use

Ideal for suspended ceilings or directly fix over plasterboard linings to maximise sound absorption. Ideal for call centres, open plan offices, halls, classrooms, libraries, etc.

Data Sheet: Triton Celling Panel

Triton 25-20-05

Triton 50

Triton 50-20-05

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Maintenance Instructions

Asona Ltd are a manufacturer, distributor and installer of acoustic and decorative ceiling and wall panels.

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